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Russia responded to the British prime minister to compare the USSR with Nazi Germany

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The British Prime Minister compared the actions of the USSR in Poland in 1939 with the actions of Nazi Germany. The Russian Foreign Ministry, represented by the embassy in London, reacted very sharply to the statement of the head of the British government, recalling the unpleasant for the United Kingdom historical facts.



The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs commented heavily on the video message posted on Twitter by the freshly baked British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In it, a politician, recalling the beginning of World War II (1 of September 1939 of the year) mentioned that at that historical moment Poland was "Between the fascist hammer and the communist anvil."

The Russian embassy in the UK expressed bewilderment at the selection of comparisons of the English prime minister.

With all the historical discussions around the Soviet military operation in the eastern regions of Poland (in Western Ukraine and Western Belarus), the formulation of the question in which the actions of the USSR are actually equated with Hitler aggression is completely unacceptable.

- quotes the website of the embassy statement of the press service.

Britain sabotaged the creation of the anti-Hitler coalition


The diplomatic mission of the Russian Federation recalled that Britain not only indulged the Nazis with the Anschluss of Austria, the partition of Czechoslovakia and the annexation of Klaipeda Territory, but also sabotaged the proposals of the Soviet Union on the possible creation of an anti-Hitler alliance. Such a pact was to serve the interests of all participants and act as a measure of protection, including Poland.

The embassy drew special attention to the fact that the point of view expressed by the current head of the government of the United Kingdom is not very popular among the British, and that in Russia and on Foggy Albion, they primarily remember Soviet-British cooperation during the war, and not other points that the diplomatic mission proposed to leave to historians.

Poland refused to invite Russia


In turn, on September 1, Poland held events dedicated to the 80 anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. Having invited the main world leaders, she refused to call on the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, stipulating that

It is inappropriate to celebrate the anniversary of the beginning of armed aggression against Poland with the participation of a leader who today treats his neighbors in the same way.


These words Jacek Sasina, deputy head of the Polish government published, the news agency Deutsche Welle published in July. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in turn, was present at the celebrations.
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  1. Ross_ulair
    Ross_ulair 3 September 2019 08: 38
    +24
    Actually, the Englishwoman was the anvil on which the fascist hammer was forged
    1. Civil
      Civil 3 September 2019 08: 47
      +3
      And this Borya there, leave alone already the 2nd World War.
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        1. Evil echo
          Evil echo 3 September 2019 10: 02
          +2
          In the course of a lot of where this sprayed OM. From the Baltic, etc.
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 3 September 2019 10: 05
            +2
            Quote: Civil
            And this Borya there, leave alone already the 2nd World War.

            Borya Johnson is the British royal lapdog of "Old Good England" in the person of Elizabeth II.
            In principle, he cannot yap at the queen, who in her youth sympathized with Hitler and his German Nazis.
            This is the same as blaming the still living Queen of Great Britain for unleashing her WWII.
            The "old woman" is 93 years old, and in her old age she simply cannot stand it.

            REFERENCE
            Born: April 21, 1926 (93 years old), Mayfair, London, England, UK
            Married to: Prince Philip

            When did World War II ended?
            1. krot
              krot 3 September 2019 18: 09
              0
              Actually, the Englishwoman was the anvil on which the fascist hammer was forged

              Exactly! Throughout the thirties, the royal family and the establishment zigzag each other in support of Hitler
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          1. Alena Frolovna
            Alena Frolovna 3 September 2019 16: 38
            +1
            Well really England so poor as the queen that they cannot buy a decent comb for this head. You see, at least one clever idea has leaked.
            1. Tersky
              Tersky 3 September 2019 17: 07
              +1
              Quote: Alena Frolovna
              cannot buy a decent comb for this head.

              On this "smart" head, the "crest" looms for a long time, you simply did not consider it.
              1. Umalta
                Umalta 4 September 2019 00: 20
                +1
                I completely agree, the scallop is definitely there !!
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    2. Spartanez300
      Spartanez300 3 September 2019 08: 50
      +4
      Let him say thanks to the Soviet Union that our country almost alone saved the world from the brown plague, otherwise the history of the earth could be completely different and go in a different direction.
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      2. Vita vko
        Vita vko 3 September 2019 09: 59
        +3
        Quote: Spartanez300
        Let him say thanks

        Thanks from the Anglo-Saxons !? This is not even funny.
    3. Angelica
      Angelica 3 September 2019 08: 58
      +9
      ROSS_Ulair (Michael)
      Actually, the Englishwoman was the anvil on which the fascist hammer was forged

      Moreover, many of the ideological postulates used by the fascists were invented by the Anglo-Saxons. Such as "the superiority of the white man", "the inferiority of individual peoples and entire races," etc. etc. And long before Hitler, the Anglo-Saxons exterminated the aborigines in their colonies under the guise of fascist ideology.
      1. Pathos
        Pathos 3 September 2019 09: 15
        +1
        South Africa alone is worth
      2. Umalta
        Umalta 4 September 2019 00: 23
        +2
        Hitler considered the British even more Aryans than Germans.
        1. Angelica
          Angelica 4 September 2019 03: 30
          0
          Although both of them are much further from the Aryans than the Slavs.
    4. Metallurg_2
      Metallurg_2 3 September 2019 09: 02
      +5
      Well, the hammers still do not forge, but are cast. Therefore, the foundry. And not only for the fascist hammer - remember how many times British diplomacy incited Turks against us in tsarist times.
      1. Ross_ulair
        Ross_ulair 3 September 2019 14: 27
        +1
        Japan Meiji Dynasty yet.
        We must not forget whose weapons and who trained the army and navy.
        And who was arming
    5. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 3 September 2019 09: 06
      +2
      Quote: ROSS_Ulair
      Actually, the Englishwoman was the anvil on which the fascist hammer was forged

      Besides the fact that Britain was a hammer, but the anvil in the person of fascist unions was also present
      The British Union of Fascists is a political union that arose in Great Britain during the Great Depression and became the largest British fascist organization in the interwar period, whose activity had a noticeable impact on the country's socio-political life in the 30 years. In 1936, the party was renamed the British Union of Fascists and National Socialists, and in 1937 it was simply called the British Union, lasting under that name until the 1940 year in which it was banned. The British Union of Fascists (BSF) was founded in London on 1 on October 1932 by the English aristocrat Oswald Mosley, who was the permanent leader and chief ideologist of the Union throughout its entire existence.
      So that Mr. Boris needs to pull out of his British eye this "fraudulent log". Maybe it will feel better.
    6. Olgovich
      Olgovich 3 September 2019 10: 49
      +2
      Quote: ROSS_Ulair
      Actually, the Englishwoman was the anvil on which the fascist hammer was forged

      This English Turak does not want to see OBVIOUS: the Soviet anvil for Poland was in ANY case: even with the RM pact, even without Poland would have been spread about the USSR.
      Only without a pact would it be 100-200 km east. What has changed in this case for Poland, Europe, the world? Never mind! Moreover, to fight Hitler it would be a hundred times worse, which Churchill understood very well, unlike today's Turk.
      Winston Churchill, who at that time held the post of First Lord of the Admiralty, in his speech on the radio October 1 1939 year said:
      That the Russian armies were to stand on this line, was absolutely necessary for Russia's security against the Nazi threat. Be that as it may, this line exists, and the Eastern Front is created,

      England, France then accepted the position of the USSR, they did NOT declare war on him, just like ... Poland itself.
      Scream-they only today...
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    8. Barmaleyka
      Barmaleyka 3 September 2019 11: 39
      -2
      Quote: ROSS_Ulair
      on which the fascist hammer was forged

      I don’t know about fascist, but the fact that the birthplace of Nazism is Britain is a historical fact
    9. Pravodel
      Pravodel 3 September 2019 11: 50
      0
      One must be indignant at the first concentration camps that the Englishwoman arranged in the Boer War. Shots from cannons tied to sepoy guns. The destruction of the Chinese during the opium war and much, much more ... The Englishwoman too much shit in the world.
    10. Shelest2000
      Shelest2000 3 September 2019 13: 27
      0
      It is worth recalling that England is one of the accomplices in the feeding of Hitler and Nazism in Germany. Most of it was made by the United States, which, up to the landing of its troops in Europe, supplied Germany with strategic resources through neutrals - all types of gasoline, including aviation, spare parts for auto equipment, telecommunications equipment (ITT), rubber, engines, and even bomber sights. Well, everyone knows about the Stakhanov work of Ford and Opel, owned by the Americans, as well as the chemical concern Febeindustri, owned by the Rockefeller Standard Oil.
      Who cares - rummage in the net, there is a lot of information on this "business"
  2. 210ox
    210ox 3 September 2019 08: 38
    +6
    Johnson-nonsense ordinary .. Even the comb does not help.
    1. cniza
      cniza 3 September 2019 08: 49
      +4
      Only the guillotine, but seriously, there is a purposeful rewriting of history ...
    2. Dimy4
      Dimy4 3 September 2019 08: 56
      0
      Johnson-nonsense ordinary.

      A pile of straw, which became the Scary Wise from a fairy tale. Looks like it.
      1. Metallurg_2
        Metallurg_2 3 September 2019 09: 06
        +2
        Scary - yes. But wise - hardly. Because there is no that Goodwin who could give him brains. Do not offend Volkov’s grandfather.
        1. Aerodrome
          Aerodrome 3 September 2019 09: 26
          +2
          Quote: Dimy4
          A pile of straw, which became the Scary Wise from a fairy tale.

          mud. Rila is terrible.
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        1. Orang
          Orang 3 September 2019 12: 02
          0
          He is far from durak, do not fall for a straw hairstyle. Eaton graduated, was a royal scholar, Johnson knows what he is talking about and why he says it.
  3. Pedrodepackes
    Pedrodepackes 3 September 2019 08: 40
    +10
    Poland held on September 1 tormentsdedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II.
    so I didn’t understand, but what were the Poles happy about?
    1. Polite Moose
      Polite Moose 3 September 2019 08: 54
      +3
      Quote: Pedrodepackes
      so I didn’t understand, but what were the Poles happy about?

      Obviously the beginning of WWII.
      It is surprising that this, no doubt, mournful date in the history of mankind is not considered as such by Europeans.
      German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in turn, was present at the celebrations.

      AT THE CELEBRATIONS. Get fucked up.
      1. Pedrodepackes
        Pedrodepackes 3 September 2019 08: 57
        +3
        Quote: Polite Elk
        AT THE CELEBRATIONS. Get fucked up.

        so then ...
        Polish infantry, 1939, retreat to Romania.
        So with the songs we’re building, neat and tidy, and we were scolding, therefore the triumph.
        1. your1970
          your1970 3 September 2019 10: 22
          +1
          Quote: Pedrodepackes
          clean and smooth

          Yeah .... with such a clean shape and full layout, you must be able to drape ....
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 3 September 2019 09: 13
      +2
      Quote: Pedrodepackes
      so I didn’t understand, but what were the Poles happy about?

      There are people who are masochists. I had such a mechanic Andryusha, running around yelling "I want blood!" , and we already knew that he was constantly begging, well, "with a hook and a penny", everything fell into place. "Thank you brothers for helping out." The Poles remind me of our Andryusha.
    3. Yura
      Yura 3 September 2019 09: 20
      +3
      Quote: Pedrodepackes
      so I didn’t understand, but what were the Poles happy about?

      They are trying to turn their shame into triumphs (it’s not very clear here, either mourning or festive) the betrayal of their defense minister who left the General Staff in Warsaw on the third day of the war, which predicted the imminent defeat of Poland, as well as betrayal of the Government of Poland by fleeing the country two weeks after the outbreak of hostilities.
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    5. Crimean partisan 1974
      Crimean partisan 1974 5 September 2019 08: 00
      +3
      so I did not understand, but the Poles are happy about what? .......... what is there to understand. September 1, 1939 is the beginning of the GREAT FREEZE time, concentration camps brought incredible profits, redheads, soap, leather, wool, ... nemchura supplied "goods" and the Uniates handled this product with enviable zeal, therefore they will not see the Russians who are this GREAT HALYAVA was closed in 1945
      1. Pedrodepackes
        Pedrodepackes 5 September 2019 08: 10
        0
        Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
        this is the beginning of the time of GREAT FREEZE, concentration camps brought incredible profits

        well, it’s like they were also heating stoves ... masochists, however
        1. Crimean partisan 1974
          Crimean partisan 1974 5 September 2019 08: 15
          +2
          well, they kind of also heated the stoves ..... well, this is the topic who didn’t want to earn extra money on gold crowns and furrierism, there were few of them
  4. Destiny
    Destiny 3 September 2019 08: 43
    +20
    "It is inappropriate to mark the anniversary of the outbreak of armed aggression against Poland with the participation of a leader who today is treating his neighbors in the same way."
    It is inappropriate to celebrate the anniversary of the beginning of the war, they found a holiday. But the victorious end of the war today can be noted.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 3 September 2019 09: 16
      +6
      Quote: Destiny
      But the victorious end of the war today can be noted.

      With the victory of you Grandfathers and Fathers! Glory to the Heroes of the Fallen in the struggle for our Soviet Motherland, for Russia.
  5. Svarog
    Svarog 3 September 2019 08: 44
    +4
    Churchill was smarter than Lokhmatov .. he wouldn’t have thought of carrying such nonsense. Grinded Englishwoman ..
    1. Zhan
      Zhan 3 September 2019 08: 51
      +4
      Quote: Svarog
      Churchill was smarter than Lokhmatov .. he wouldn’t have thought of carrying such nonsense. Grinded Englishwoman ..

      Much smarter, his words that Poland "is the hyena of Europe."
    2. Nycomed
      Nycomed 3 September 2019 08: 54
      +2
      Yes, Sir Winston was great! He took and dispersed the whole "Chamberlain shushlaiku", otherwise Hitler could already hold parliamentary sessions in London in 39.
    3. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 3 September 2019 09: 29
      0
      Quote: Svarog
      Churchill was smarter than Lokhmatov .. he wouldn’t have thought of carrying such nonsense. Grinded Englishwoman ..

      Well, Winston Churchill was born on November 30, 1874 at Blenheim Palace, the ancestral estate of the Dukes of Marlborough, a branch of the Spencer family. Churchill's father is Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, the third son of the 7th Duke of Marlborough, and not a Turkish citizen, or a "Janik", there is no aristocratic vein in him, like Churchill. All the same, the breed determines the behavior.
      1. Polite Moose
        Polite Moose 3 September 2019 09: 42
        +2
        Quote: tihonmarine
        there is no aristocratic vein in it, like Churchill's. All the same, the breed determines behavior.

        Bichiyo defines consciousness. Churchill saw with his own eyes the consequences of both 1 MV and 2MV. Destroyed cities and corpses. And this clown is worse than getting a queen on the head with a fan, and he cannot imagine (judging by his political tricks and leaps).
      2. vlad106
        vlad106 3 September 2019 10: 16
        0
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Churchill was born on November 30, 1874 in the Blenheim Palace, a family estate of the Dukes of Marlborough, a branch of the Spencer family. Churchill's father - Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, third son

        whatever Spencer is a clown - (Chaplin), etc.
    4. ZAV69
      ZAV69 3 September 2019 10: 45
      +1
      So the times are like that. Politicians to the public now are openly delirious, and are not responsible for their words. The main thing is that the necessary journalists would be carried around the world. And the fact that someone objected there, the necessary journalists do not notice. That's when a cruise missile will fly to the diplomatic mission for such nonsense, then they will cease to carry nonsense.
    5. Barmaleyka
      Barmaleyka 3 September 2019 11: 42
      -3
      Quote: Svarog
      Churchill was smarter than Lokhmatov ..

      he was trickier
  6. To be or not to be
    To be or not to be 3 September 2019 08: 56
    +5
    "1939. From" appeasement "to war
    The Munich Agreement encouraged the Nazis Public promises of peace, the Anglo-German (September 30, 1938) and the Franco-German (December 6, 1938) non-aggression declarations camouflaged Hitler's true intentions. Three weeks after Munich, on October 21, 1938, he signed a directive to the military command to prepare for the liquidation of the Czechoslovak state and the occupation of the Lithuanian-controlled Memel region, torn away from Germany by the Treaty of Versailles.

    The Soviet Union took the Munich accords as collusion and a clear example of its isolation. The "collective security" policy was dealt a crushing blow. As in the case of General Franco's mutiny in Spain, Western leaders saw reaching a compromise with Hitler as a more promising approach than an agreement with Moscow. "
    The Federal Archival Agency and the Russian State Military Archives organized the exhibition "1939. From" appeasement "to war"
    A huge number of historical documents in the public domain ..
    http://1939.rusarchives.ru/index

    British Prime Minister N. Chamberlain (left) and his chief adviser, H. Wilson, are sent to the House of Commons for a statement on the situation in Central Europe.
    15 March 1939 city
    Russian State Archive of Film and Photo Documents.
    Op. 1. Al. 722. Sn. 3.
  7. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 September 2019 09: 07
    +4
    British Prime Minister compared the actions of the USSR ...
    This ill-mannered "gentleman?" has his own vision of history, which fits in his disheveled head in the order that is necessary today for the political conjuncture. Poles, Balts, British, Americans and, of course, the Ukrainians (politicians) who grunt at them will go out of their way with one goal - to reduce to 0 the merits of the USSR in the 2nd MV, to slander today's Russia as much as possible, to distort history exclusively in their favor. And, unfortunately, this will continue in the future, and with more growing force.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 3 September 2019 10: 28
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      The Poles, the Balts, the British, the Americans, and of course the Ukrainians (politicians) who grunt them, will go out of their way for one purpose - to reduce to the 0 the merits of the USSR in the 2-th MV, to slander today's Russia as much as possible,

      These figures of "democracy" can distort the facts about WWII. But one thing they will not be able to change is how many human lives Germany took away from the Poles, the Ukrainians, and even the Baltic limitrophes. The Britons and Yankees, too, will not forget how many of their soldiers were put by the "little devils from the sea."
  8. BAI
    BAI 3 September 2019 09: 11
    +3
    The fewer living witnesses of those years remain, the more there will be completely arrogant attempts to rewrite history.
    1. Ross xnumx
      Ross xnumx 3 September 2019 09: 35
      +4
      Quote: BAI
      The fewer living witnesses of those years remain the more there will be completely arrogant attempts to rewrite history.

      good
      The more data there will be on the cooperation of some countries with Hitler during the WWII, the more ...
      completely impudent attempts to rewrite history
  9. Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 3 September 2019 09: 32
    -1
    Russia responded to the British prime minister to compare the USSR with Nazi Germany

    How interesting?
    Reached London and hoisted the red Victory Banner on the roof of Buckingham Palace?
    lol
    stop Oh! As always:
    Russian Embassy in Great Britain expressed bewilderment by the selection of comparisons English premiere.
  10. VIT101
    VIT101 3 September 2019 09: 32
    +7
    One of the reasons for this unbridled anti-Russian bacchanalia is the completely toothless position of our Foreign Ministry and the entire leadership of the country. In the best case, an oral protest delicately expresses Zakharov, and even generally silently bury himself. Not so long ago, our ambassador was summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry on a completely trifling occasion. We endure real insults to the memory of our fallen soldiers and let it go to all who are not lazy. They see our weakness of ours and are increasingly impudent.
    1. your1970
      your1970 3 September 2019 10: 39
      -2
      Quote: VIT101
      In the best case, an oral protest delicately expresses Zakharov, and even generally silently bury himself.

      Suggest to bang?
      yours real offers?
      What do you think the Foreign Ministry should do? Break the relationship? Ambassador to expel them?
      1. Ross xnumx
        Ross xnumx 3 September 2019 13: 14
        +3
        Quote: your1970
        What do you think the Foreign Ministry should do? Break the relationship? Ambassador to expel them?

        Why not? Or do sanctions get in the way? Or is the turnover surging? Or is it a pity for friends who have moved to London? Or British scientists - the most learned scientists in the world! fellow
        Any attempts to smear the history of Russia should be understood at the highest level, at least in the courts. Interesting questions are: What to do? and who to be?
        1. your1970
          your1970 3 September 2019 13: 31
          0
          Quote: ROSS 42
          at least in the courts.
          - whose? Which country? What legal force will their decisions have for the Russian Federation and the UK?
          Quote: ROSS 42
          Interesting questions are: What to do? and who to be?
          - but there is no simple answer to them, alas ...
          Alas, we don’t real capabilities punish theirs. And by and large it never happened, even during the Soviet era
          1. Umalta
            Umalta 4 September 2019 21: 16
            +1
            There is an opportunity to punish, a question of political will and economics, who prevents stopping the supply of titanium castings to the EU for airbuses, who prevents reducing relations with small Britain to the level of temporary trustees, who prevents stopping trading in our goods on their exchanges in London, having organized a platform in St. Petersburg ?! This is just the very first thing that comes to mind. We have a government of impotents tied personally to small Britain and other European countries, their children and their capitals there.
            1. your1970
              your1970 4 September 2019 23: 45
              0
              Quote: Umalta
              who prevents stopping the supply of titanium castings to the EU for airbuses,
              - workers who receive a salary from supplies of titanium and a plant that receives money and develops on these supplies
              In addition, it was not the EU that spoke, but "Bоrice "
              Quote: Umalta
              who prevents stopping trading in our goods on their exchanges in London,
              - who will buy something not at LME in London for pounds / euros, but for rubles in Moscow?
              Quote: Umalta
              who prevents to reduce relations with small Britain to the level of temporary trustees,
              -reduced and? further what? how does this affect their health?
              1. Umalta
                Umalta 6 September 2019 02: 41
                +1
                It’s also fashionable to sell for currency, but in St. Petersburg, and titanium casting will come running and negotiate, this is a very high-tech production, export duties can also be raised, my statements are only options, the Russian Federation has something to answer.
      2. Dart
        Dart 3 September 2019 13: 21
        +3
        To the ambassador a note, and to speak at the UN rostrum .. This is at least ... and not bickering on tweeters ..
  11. mavrus
    mavrus 3 September 2019 09: 38
    +8
    Why are they constantly talking about us all nonsense, and we are politely silent. Why aren’t we comparing Churchill with Hitler, and it was precisely he who instigated the genocide (famine) in Bengal in 1942, taking out all food supplies from there ... From which 9 million people died. And why is he better than Hitler in this case.
    1. Wolf
      Wolf 3 September 2019 10: 22
      +3
      It is necessary to add the bombing of Dresden, where the weight of the city with the population turned into a stove. Everything burned out.
      1. Wolf
        Wolf 3 September 2019 10: 23
        +3
        And 2 nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of the war. And Hitler would envy the atrocities.
  12. rocket757
    rocket757 3 September 2019 09: 49
    0
    Growl, the British feline is no way, so at least I got it and pull it, they can do it.
  13. Operator
    Operator 3 September 2019 10: 07
    +2
    As the Russian embassy in London was Russophobic, and so it remains: what, in fig, regions of "Eastern Poland", when they were the regions of Western Belarus and Western Ukraine occupied by Poland?

    And one must not justify oneself to Boris Johnson, but poke the betrayal of Britain towards allied Poland in the face in the form of a refusal to strike Germany from the west in September 1939.
  14. Aliken
    Aliken 3 September 2019 10: 13
    +4
    Everything is logical, who unleashed WWII, he celebrated its beginning. Our holiday is May 9, Victory Day in this war.
  15. DPN
    DPN 3 September 2019 10: 26
    +2
    If they could give in the face or eyeball to anyone who says a bad word about the USSR, to the flesh to the United States, then others would simply shut up themselves. But we made a turn in the 90s, scolded our country as much as we could through all channels. Now we understand that in addition to VICTORY in 1945, people didn’t unite anything, they remembered the USSR, but a new generation appeared who was brought up with negativity towards the USSR on its outskirts . It’s as if we wouldn’t be gone, but the USA, Germany, England and even little Japan remained and the rest but we don’t have a fragment from 1/8 of the land.
  16. Vladimir Sharabok
    Vladimir Sharabok 3 September 2019 10: 32
    +3
    At 39 the USSR entered the "Curzon line", i.e. to the border agreed with all European countries. Curzon is the Prime Minister of England. Johnson would do well to learn some history. Poland occupied these territories and refused to return to its borders. When Hitler occupied Czechoslovakia, it was Poland that refused to let our troops pass to help the Czechoslovakians and seized the Teshin region itself. It was Poland that was going to be an ally of Hitler in the war against the USSR, but Hitler did not want to have such an "ally".
  17. K-50
    K-50 3 September 2019 10: 57
    0
    It should also be noted that the pro-profess party in Britain was even during the hostilities, and only a miracle did not allow them to take the majority of seats in parliament. Only gods know how this could "backfire". am
  18. Voyager
    Voyager 3 September 2019 11: 44
    +1
    I do not understand, and this is a "hard answer"? Is that all?
  19. gafarovsafar
    gafarovsafar 3 September 2019 12: 15
    0
    this is the illegitimate son of trump
  20. Rostislav Bely
    Rostislav Bely 3 September 2019 12: 41
    +2
    1943 film, USA - an interesting intro to the film, including that "a film about people who forever destroyed the myth of the invincibility of the Nazis" (this is about the USSR - Russia, which was watched in US cinemas at that time)
    1. Dart
      Dart 3 September 2019 13: 53
      +1
      Thank you ... show friends ...
      1. Rostislav Bely
        Rostislav Bely 3 September 2019 14: 22
        +1
        Notice one interesting fact in the film that it says nothing about Belarusians, unlike Little Russians, Ukrainians? They are called Russians there (guerrilla warfare, correct if I'm wrong), Muscovy under Ivan 3 on the western maps of the Middle Ages was called Belaya Rus (Alba, Bianko, Blanche), Tatishchev according to the annals has a mention that Rostov-Suzdal Principality was called Belaya Rus .. .
  21. prior
    prior 3 September 2019 13: 04
    0
    Fascism gave birth to Germany and Italy, but the conception belongs to England in a couple with America.
    Blaming others, substituting other people's asses for their own - this is so characteristic of the Anglo-Saxons.
    1. Rostislav Bely
      Rostislav Bely 3 September 2019 13: 24
      +1
      Are comments needed here (Anschluss and etc. - 1938, but they didn’t speak openly about the usefulness of blacks and Jews then ...)
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        1. Rostislav Bely
          Rostislav Bely 3 September 2019 14: 02
          +1

          In August 1951, the US Congress dealt with Richard Sorge. During the hearing, attempts were repeatedly made to prove that Soviet military intelligence, including through the illegal Ramsay residency, sought to direct Japan’s aggressive actions against the United States of America (the San Francisco Peace Treaty was signed on September 8, 1951).
  22. Unknown
    Unknown 3 September 2019 13: 21
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    But what is the actual problem then? compared with Germany-Hitler? so about this, they have been talking since the year - 91st, when the humpbacked, the union was falling apart. yes, not only they, but our sun-faced, what did he say in 2010? remember ............... Putin has already expressed his attitude to the Katyn tragedy on the eve of his visit to Poland in September last year, where he took part in the events dedicated to the anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War. "The people of Russia, whose fate was distorted by the totalitarian regime, also understand well the heightened feelings of the Poles associated with Katyn, where thousands of Polish servicemen are buried. We are obliged to keep together the memory of the victims of this crime. Memorials Katyn and Mednoe, as well as the tragic fate Russian soldiers taken prisoner in Poland during the war of 1920 should become symbols of common sorrow and mutual forgiveness, "the Russian prime minister said in an article in the Polish Gazeta Wyborcza ............

    For more details: https://www.newsru.com/russia/07apr2010/katyn.html look like ,,, distorted the totalitarian regime ,,, and nine years later, looking up, he is surprised that he was compared to Hitler. less need to kiss the gums with the Poles, and study the history of Russia more, but look at the documents of different departments of that time, good thing, they will quickly find and bring it, you don’t need to strain yourself. and he rides a motorcycle damn !!!!. you respect the past of your country, you honor your ancestors yourself, others will respect it, this is the rule of life. And if you want, you wipe your feet on the past, to please the current moment, you will get what you got.
  23. Razvedka_Boem
    Razvedka_Boem 3 September 2019 14: 33
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    The Russian Foreign Ministry, represented by the Embassy in London, reacted very sharply to a statement by the head of the English government

    Honestly, reading such news headlines. You expect at least a demonstration of several Russian pennants within the territorial waters of Great Britain .. Or even though the Tu 160 flight near the island ..
    And it turns out - they scolded in a friendly way .. There they nodded indulgently ..
  24. 1536
    1536 3 September 2019 17: 06
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    Hitler considered the Anglo-Saxons a fraternal people. The languages ​​are kindred, there are many mixed marriages, the ruling elite of Britain, starting with the royal house, on the eve of World War II simply dreamed of the ideas of fascism, worshiped the possessed Autrian "artist". On the eve of the war, the British and the Germans conducted a joint intelligence operation to misinform the Soviet government about Germany's military and political plans. And even earlier, the Munich conference was held, where exactly Britain betrayed the interests of Europe. Britain fostered the Polish fascist government, and then sheltered it after the formation of the governor-general in Poland, which was part of the Third Reich.
    So who did Nazi Germany forge with her "hammer" on the "communist anvil"? Perhaps the rabid British politicians led by W. Churchill, who pushed Hitler to war with the USSR. I wonder what the parents or grandparents of the current so-called British Prime Minister did in the pre-war years and during the war years? I am sure that they were not exactly in the trenches in Dunkirk, in the Ardennes.
  25. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 4 September 2019 08: 24
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    Russia responded to the British prime minister to compare the USSR with Nazi Germany
    If an individual tries to talk to the toilet, then the question arises of adequacy and health.
  26. Тишина
    Тишина 10 October 2019 23: 08
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    From Stalin’s answer to Hitler on his birthday: "The friendship of the peoples of Germany and the Soviet Union, sealed with blood, has every reason to be long and lasting."

    The White Man's Burden - Rudyard Kipling's Idea