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In Poland, set the sculptural group in memory of the Volyn Massacre

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From Poland comes the information that in the city of Torun (north of Poland), located on the banks of the Vistula, they are going to install a sculpture composition telling about the Volyn Massacre. Recall that we are talking about the events of the Second World War, when Ukrainian nationalists exterminated the entire Polish population of villages. According to the estimates of Polish historians, those years at the hands of Bandera were killed before 200 thousands of Poles, which Warsaw recognized as a genocide. Warsaw demands the same recognition from Kiev.


In the Polish edition Wiadomosci A material is provided stating that the 15-meter sculptural composition will be placed in the National Memory Park of Torun. At the same time, some Polish historians, including Adam Balser from the College of Eastern Europe at the University of Warsaw, believe that such a monument could contribute to a sharp deterioration in relations with neighboring Ukraine.

The fact is that the 15-meter sculptural group reflects the direct facts of the Volyn Massacre - pierced children's bodies, people's heads on the fence, enveloped in flames.

In Poland, set the sculptural group in memory of the Volyn Massacre


The author of the monument is a Polish sculptor Andrzej Pytinsky, who lives in the United States of America. In his opinion, the Poles should not forget about the Volyn tragedy and who caused it.
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 21 December 2017 06: 52
    +2
    Now the horses will scream that it is not necessary to spoil the Polish-Ukrainian relations. And that this was not at all. By the way, the monument is very ugly in appearance ..
    1. 210ox
      210ox 21 December 2017 06: 59
      +2
      http://900igr.net/up/datas/163311/005.jpgА вот этот памятник в Смоленске,детям погибшим от фашистских извергов..Почувствуйте разницу.
      1. nadezhiva
        nadezhiva 21 December 2017 07: 18
        +2
        If you take a closer look, also horror.
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 21 December 2017 07: 05
      +1
      Let them not forget to invite Poroshenko with all his entourage to the opening of the monument. belay
      1. Grandfather
        Grandfather 21 December 2017 09: 02
        +7
        December 21, 1879 - Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was born ...that's who you areskunksmust bow and erect monuments ...
      2. Sergey53
        Sergey53 21 December 2017 12: 32
        0
        Quote: siberalt
        Let them not forget to invite Poroshenko with all his entourage to the opening of the monument. belay

        As they say oil painting. That's right, there is no need to trifle.
    3. sharp-lad
      sharp-lad 21 December 2017 21: 40
      0
      Like the deeds of the ancestors of the horses.
  2. Anarchist
    Anarchist 21 December 2017 06: 53
    +9
    Another offended nation aching about genocide! Strong peoples erect monuments, To subsequently avoid such events! The weak are waiting for some reparations, remembering the past greatness. Sculpt the bagpipe in memory of the Volyn massacre ...
    1. Basil50
      Basil50 21 December 2017 12: 58
      +4
      It's not a matter of * resentment *. The Poles, together with the French and the British, created, fed and armed Ukrainian nationalists since 1918. That's just the management of these figures * Square * intercepted by the Germans. Very arrogant Poles turned away from themselves their offspring. By the way, almost all * Bandera * were Polish citizens and personally saw what the Poles did in the occupied lands. The list of all kinds of Polish villainy is extensive: land acquisition with the enslavement of local * non-Poles *, flogging, executions and hard labor without any trial, simply at the request of the Pole * non-Poles *. Even after the start of WWII, Poles used up to a third of troops in punishers in occupied lands.
  3. pvv113
    pvv113 21 December 2017 07: 02
    +2
    This monument will further strengthen the "friendship" of the Poles with the junta
    1. sharp-lad
      sharp-lad 21 December 2017 21: 45
      +1
      In principle, one second stand.
      1. pvv113
        pvv113 21 December 2017 21: 53
        +1
        As they say - horseradish vinegar is not sweeter wink
  4. Fedorov
    Fedorov 21 December 2017 07: 08
    +9
    The author of the monument is the Polish sculptor Andrzej Pytinsky, who lives in the United States of America. In his opinion, the Poles should not forget about the Volyn tragedy and about who committed it

    I do not condone, but the Poles did not spare the Ukrainian people. For example, everyone remembers Bohdan Khmelnitsky, and what came of it.
    And in the place of a sculptor from mattress, I would build a monument to the American Indians, they were destroyed much more with the approval of the government. And put on the lawn in front of the White House.
    1. dirty trick
      dirty trick 21 December 2017 07: 51
      +3
      Quote: Fedorov
      For example, everyone remembers Bohdan Khmelnitsky, and what came of it.

      a bit of history - Bohdan Khmelnitsky is a Polish nobleman who suffered from the Polish authorities for the Orthodox faith and later became a Cossack.
      P.S. Cossacks are not a people, this is a military estate
      1. Fedorov
        Fedorov 21 December 2017 09: 12
        +1
        Yes, I know, I'm talking about time. Poles of filth have done not only Ukraine, which was not, but also Russia. And the answer came to them, though sinful.
  5. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 21 December 2017 07: 08
    +3
    This is the so-called "focus point"! (from the word focus ...). Concentration of public attention on a historical event and attitude to it. Oh, I'm afraid Lviv and the surrounding area banderlogs will not get off ... Well, restitution, of course wassat
    1. Vard
      Vard 21 December 2017 07: 26
      0
      So everything goes to this ... So to speak, everything is morally justified ...
    2. katalonec2014
      katalonec2014 21 December 2017 07: 31
      0
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Well, restitution, of course

      For the sake of this, they "raised this dregs from the bottom."
      The crime is terrible, ktozh argues, but now they are “the first allies,” and they don’t poke a finger in the eye of the allies, and therefore I agree that the basis of this noise is money and hope for the return of Polish land.
  6. Evgeny Strygin
    Evgeny Strygin 21 December 2017 07: 21
    +2
    Well, of course everything is clear, but the monument is to say the least .... so what is there - the sculptor’s head is in order?
    1. Black water
      Black water 21 December 2017 08: 34
      0
      I agree, instead of a feeling of grief, there will be fear among people .... babies impaled on peaks are terrible, horrible, scary ...... and certainly not for a monument .........
      1. Evgeny Strygin
        Evgeny Strygin 21 December 2017 13: 57
        0
        Well, this happens when infantile, stupid people get down to business. As if the relatives of the victims and the author himself had not planted anything. I would be so enraged.
  7. anjey
    anjey 21 December 2017 07: 25
    +1
    the Poles must not forget about the Volyn tragedy and about who committed it
    just something with Polish memory became ill, the feeding up of Hitler-Bandera was perpetrated, and the Soviet soldier swept this evil spirits from the Polish land, to whom monuments ungrateful pshek break ... where the logic and sanity in the European madhouse?
  8. Herculesic
    Herculesic 21 December 2017 07: 32
    +2
    Poles have long needed to understand that history is not written for a good or bad neighbor! History should always consist of facts, and it doesn’t matter if your neighbors on the continent like it or not! History, it is always the truth on the principle of "as is, and as it was," and not as someone invented or wrote! !!!
  9. Coronel76
    Coronel76 21 December 2017 07: 39
    0
    Andrzej Pytinsky

    Putin’s first read smile
  10. aszzz888
    aszzz888 21 December 2017 07: 40
    0
    ... there is work for ukronatsikam ... let the Poles guard the future monument ...
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 21 December 2017 07: 46
    +2
    the Poles must not forget about the Volyn tragedy and about who committed it
    Simple Poles and do not forget. But Polish politicians are ready to forget if only the "friendship" against Russia continues.
  12. Mihail55
    Mihail55 21 December 2017 08: 32
    0
    It would be better to put this monument in front of this building in Warsaw
  13. rocket757
    rocket757 21 December 2017 08: 53
    +2
    C'mon, cut the banderlogs of course. but GDP is to blame anyway.
  14. Going
    Going 21 December 2017 09: 18
    +3
    The author of the monument is the Polish sculptor Andrzej Pytinsky, who lives in the United States of America.


    Hunting will be declared horses.
  15. Suharik.inline
    Suharik.inline 21 December 2017 09: 39
    +1
    Monument ..... this is not a monument for memory, but for inciting hatred.
    1. Romulus
      Romulus 21 December 2017 09: 43
      0
      Quote: Suharik.inline
      ..that is not such a monument for memory

      Are you justifying Bandera? On whose mill do you pour water, on Ukrainian? am
      1. revnagan
        revnagan 22 December 2017 15: 02
        0
        Quote: Romulus
        Are you justifying Bandera? On whose mill do you pour water, on Ukrainian?

        Bandera’s people have the same attitude to Ukraine as Vlasov’s (and other collaborators) to Russia. Likewise, to commit crimes on behalf of a hated people, trying to bind, stain all this people in blood and crimes, hiding behind its name, is the style of all collaborators. that Bandera seized power in Ukraine by treachery and cunning does not mean that they became Ukrainians. Galician raguli mimic Ukrainians, trying to bind the whole nation with their criminal activity. Judging by your post, they succeed. You don’t need to help them. Galicia - Separately, Ukraine separately.
  16. apro
    apro 21 December 2017 10: 10
    0
    The monument in memory of the victims of the genocide, of course, is needed and useful, it had to be erected immediately after the war, regardless of ideology and socialist solidarity. Now there would be less problems.
    Victims suffered by simple Poles should not be forgotten.
  17. Terenin
    Terenin 21 December 2017 14: 36
    +5
    Eternal memory to all victims.
  18. CAT BAIYUN
    CAT BAIYUN 22 December 2017 13: 09
    +4
    It is a sin to fuss about such monuments. Delivered and done right. That would be remembered ... Although this folk has a very selective memory: when it is profitable - I remember, when it is not profitable - I do not remember ... Something like that.
    But I would suggest they put another monument. I will describe in brief.
    The gallows (bronze). On it is a rope (natural). And in the rope - Bandera (and every day a new one that would not stink).
    1. revnagan
      revnagan 22 December 2017 15: 05
      0
      Quote: KOT BYUN
      The gallows (bronze). On it is a rope (natural). And in the rope - Bandera (and every day a new one that would not stink).

      It would not be bad, but there is an addition: a similar monument in Ukraine, and in the loop-AKOVETS (Polish nationalist). And also new every day. Because everything that Bandera did with the Poles, they learned from the same Poles.
      1. CAT BAIYUN
        CAT BAIYUN 22 December 2017 19: 37
        +4
        The place can be left vacant. Any rabble is enough. But I admit, in terms of the documented atrocities of the Craiova’s Army, I’ve somehow not heard enough.