How Czech media and authorities react to Putin’s words about the Polish invasion of Tesin in 1938


Polish media and country officials continue to comment on the statement by Russian President Vladimir Putin that in 1938 the Polish authorities were actually Hitler’s accomplices. Recall that at a meeting between the President of the Russian Federation and the leadership of the Federal Assembly, State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin called on the current Polish leadership to recognize the contacts of the Polish leaders with Hitler and repent for their readiness in 1938 to persecute Jews and for the partition of Czechoslovakia, actually joint with Nazi Germany.


The Polish edition of Onet quoted the representatives of the Polish Foreign Ministry as saying that "the resolution of the European Parliament put everything in its place in terms of defining the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact as the starting point of the outbreak of World War II." The Polish Foreign Ministry states that "at one time, the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev gave an assessment of the Stalin regime."

Thus, the Polish authorities state that they are ready to refer to the decisions and assessments of Khrushchev. However, in this case, they need to go all the way and admit that Khrushchev illegitimately transferred the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine - in violation of the legislation in force at that time. Or they act according to the principle: here I see, here I do not see ...

Now let’s find out how the Czech media react to the words of Vladimir Putin about Polish after Jozef Lipsky and about the Polish partition of Czechoslovakia joint with Nazi Germany.

It must be noted that large Czech information resources openly avoid comment on these issues. It is noteworthy that even after the press conference of the President of the Russian Federation, where the topic of the Polish invasion of Tesin was raised, the Czech media wrote about virtually any other topics of the press conference, except this one.

Only a few relatively large Czech media decided to devote several notes to this topic, trying to present the information as neutrally as possible or even with reproaches to Moscow. This is striking, for example, when acquaintance with the material in the publication CTK (česke noviny).

The publication writes:

Putin called the utter nonsense of statements in a number of Western countries that the start of World War II was laid by the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.


Further, the publication cites Putin with the characteristics of the Polish ambassador Lipsky, adding that the Russian president called for "to keep in mind in the process of developing the Russian Armed Forces that monuments to Soviet soldiers are demolished in Europe."

From the material:

And recently, Moscow’s anger has sparked controversy over the scandalous monument to Soviet Marshal Konev in Prague.

According to the publication, the monument to the Soviet military leader in Prague is “scandalous”. It is also worth noting that there is not a word in the material that Putin described the Polish invasion of Czechoslovakia after the Munich agreement.

Representatives of the Czech government also prefer to pretend that they did not hear the words of the Russian president or "do not understand what is being said."
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  1. 1536 25 December 2019 15: 28 New
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    How can they understand the sickness when the Czechoslovak industry provided the Wehrmacht with tanks and armored cars? Ask the wolf if he felt sorry for the hare when the whole wolf pack really wanted to eat?
    1. Hunter 2 25 December 2019 15: 37 New
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      Yes, in general, they, in the ranks of the Wehrmacht and the SS, also showed up quite well. And Czechs and Slovaks ...
      There is a good article on VO on this subject ... 18.12.2012/XNUMX/XNUMX, Czechoslovak formations in the Second World War! hi
      1. 1536 25 December 2019 15: 39 New
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        About this they are for the period from 1945 to 1991. thoroughly forgotten with our help.
        By the way, I do not remember a single Czechoslovak film dedicated to the resistance of Czechs and Slovaks during the Second World War to the Nazis. So the Poles filmed "Four Tankers and a Dog", "Bet More Than Life", the Bulgarians shot "There are a lot of us at every kilometer." But the Czechs are not. Showcase of "socialism", damn it.
        1. Catfish 25 December 2019 15: 56 New
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          Not everything is so simple, there was a film in the sixties about the resistance of a small Czech garrison to the German invasion. I don’t remember the name, I watched for a long time. There was a film “Attempt”, there was a film shot from the book of the same name “The Name of Death Engelhen”, and, besides that, in reality there was a Czechoslovak corps under the command of General Ludwig Svoboda, and he fought with the Nazis.
          1. krot 25 December 2019 17: 01 New
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            In general, the words of Khrushchev should in no way worry Poland! These were purely internal affairs of the USSR.
            1. Sergey39 25 December 2019 17: 56 New
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              "At one time, the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev gave an assessment of the Stalinist regime."
              Khrushchev later also received his assessment, which everyone knows. So this is not an argument.
              1. Rostislav Bely 25 December 2019 21: 01 New
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                Let me remind you what America said about the USSR and the war with Hitler in 1943
                1. beeper 5 January 2020 09: 49 New
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                  hi Thank you very much, dear Rostislav Bely! This American film had already been seen before, but it was watched now, and it is one of those films that you can watch and watch more than once!
                  I liked your comments too good I’ll definitely find time to read more! yes
                  Thank you for your active life position - there would be more of such people!
                  Sincerely.
              2. zcnhtb74 22 January 2020 17: 11 New
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                No wonder the people of Khrushchev received the nickname "Nikita -".
          2. Separ 26 December 2019 21: 24 New
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            This corps, under the command of General Ludwig Svoboda, was formed near Voronezh, and about his military career can be found in the book "Friendship Bonded by Blood"
        2. DED_peer_DED 25 December 2019 16: 43 New
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          Quote: 1536
          By the way, I do not remember a single Czechoslovak film dedicated to the resistance of Czechs and Slovaks during the Second World War to the Nazis.

          Beer for German soldiers was diluted with urine. And in the mug - spat.
          1. Albina Yakovleva_5 13 March 2020 12: 26 New
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            and THIS urine killed the Wehrmacht in the bud ????
        3. tihonmarine 25 December 2019 16: 45 New
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          Quote: 1536
          By the way, I don’t remember a single Czechoslovak film dedicated to the resistance of Czechs and Slovaks during the Second World War to the Nazis

          There was a 1964 film "Assassination" about the operation "Anthropoid" (an attempt on Heydrich). Not bad set, but naturally tragic.
          1. Alexey RA 25 December 2019 18: 05 New
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            Quote: tihonmarine
            There was a 1964 film "Assassination" about the operation "Anthropoid" (an attempt on Heydrich). Not bad set, but naturally tragic.

            But the Czechoslovak resistance has very little relation to the attempt on Heydrich - his participation was limited to the provision of housing for stray saboteurs. All the work was done by the Czech-Slovak sabotage group, prepared in the UK and abandoned from there to Czechoslovakia, whose militants served in the British Special Operations Office.
            But the Czechs took part in the hunt for saboteurs - during the assault on the church, in which saboteurs tried to hide, Czech firefighters helped the storming Germans, filling the cellars with water.
            1. tihonmarine 25 December 2019 18: 15 New
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              Quote: Alexey RA
              All the work was done by the Czech-Slovak sabotage team prepared in the UK and abandoned from there to Czechoslovakia

              Well, this is a lot for the Czechs. They are either under the Germans, then under the Austrians, even for about 200 years they had German.
            2. nznz 26 December 2019 12: 54 New
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              there are generally curious facts - one of the paratroopers, hiding from the chase, ran into the cafe to his father, essentially home. The father gave him (!!!) to the Germans.

              In general, it is high time to be surprised at the strange behavior in our opinion of Czechs, Poles and other little brothers with low social responsibility. The history shows that there has been no Slavic brotherhood in European countries for a long time. Over the centuries, they have completely reformed and chosen. They maneuver toward the strong at the current moment — this must be borne in mind and not trusted, especially since they should rely on some empty words about the brotherhood of Slavic roots, etc.
              Even the fact that they as part of the SA fought against the Nazis doesn’t change anything. They fought for their land, the allies involuntarily. So Romania and Bulgaria fought, when it became clear that the Germans were piled on and the victory of the USSR is a matter of time. They pondered and turned upside down on the fly.
              They will respect only out of fear. First, out of fear of war or attack, which is good, and then fear of losing handouts. Now America feeds their greyhounds, but its time is gone, it will be far from the wreckage of the EU community. 20 years and everything will change a lot. It is curious to look, but I am not realistic.
          2. Alexey RA 25 December 2019 18: 09 New
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            By the way, and here is the funeral rally on Heydrich in Prague ... campaign, in 1945 all the protesters changed their shoes to "participants in the resistance." smile
            1. Krasnoyarsk 25 December 2019 20: 12 New
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              Quote: Alexey RA

              By the way, and here is the funeral rally on Heydrich in Prague ... campaign, in 1945 all the protesters changed their shoes to "participants in the resistance."

              When in 68, my late father watched on television a message about the events in Prague, he said, “I would never have believed it, because they had met us like that in Prague, our tanks were slipping in flowers.” He did not say anything about the battles for Prague. Yes, he did not say anything about the war. My brother and I waited for the moment when he took a little more during the holidays, and then we tried to talk to him. But he told more and more ridiculous cases.
              1. Domestic cat 26 December 2019 21: 14 New
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                Those who really fought about the war spoke very rarely. It was not up to the memoirs ...
            2. Victor jnnjdfy 25 December 2019 21: 28 New
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              I beg of you. In 1945, the Czechs began to plunder the local Germans corny. That was such a "rebellion" in Prague. The Germans simply wanted to throw the Czechs for such a "reverence" in their direction. But the Red Army came to the rescue of the “rebels”. By the way, before that, the Vlasovites helped the Czechs as much as they could.
              1. nznz 26 December 2019 13: 07 New
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                there was an agreement between the leadership of the USSR and Czechoslovakia on the agreed history of the liberation of Prague, saying that Krasan’s army and the rebellious Czechoslovak people were liberated. But the real conflict was such that, due to a combination of circumstances, things were different a little.
                Vlasov believed that the Americans, without meeting the Germans' resistance, would reach Prague (they were only 80 km away), and wanting to surrender to the amers for obvious reasons rushed to Prague. Drapanuli from the front line, the German command ordered them to be stopped, but whoever trampled on the army a well-armed army * generally read. My view of the event of the sample 1959-69 textbook of the History of the USSR turned it around. Over the years, the thought comes that the true story is written after a century or more, we living at that time read only market letters.
                https://klim-podkova.livejournal.com/80775.html вот тут все описано.
          3. Pavel57 26 December 2019 13: 27 New
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            But didn’t Heydrich remove the English sabotage group?
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        5. meandr51 25 December 2019 21: 40 New
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          "Soldiers of freedom." About the Czechoslovak corps as part of the SA.
        6. Nikolay Shestakov 26 December 2019 11: 07 New
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          "There are many of us at every kilometer" - also a Polish series. And the Bulgarians were Hitler's allies in the coalition. There, too, like Tsar Boris was with us.
          1. pytar 26 December 2019 11: 47 New
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            "There are many of us at every kilometer" - also a Polish series.

            I don’t know if there is such a Polish series, but Bulgarian is called "Nie dare every kilometer (and such to the ends of the world)" - "We are every kilometer (and so to the end of the world)!". The film tells about the anti-fascist struggle of the Bulgarian partisans. Here is a song from that series.

            Films on this subject were often made in Bulgaria. hi
          2. synodontis 27 December 2019 08: 50 New
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            Let me remind you There was a victory parade. The only foreigner who was honored to pass in the ranks of one of the fronts was the BULGARIAN general
        7. Dikson 26 December 2019 14: 17 New
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          Many have not forgotten the epic "Liberation" .. With wonderful Soviet actors .. A large-scale film about the greatest battles of the Great Patriotic War, transmitted through the fates of both generals and ordinary soldiers .. But few people recall the same large-scale film called "Soldiers of Liberty". This is just about the soldiers of Yugoslavia, Poland, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia .. about those who fought against the Nazi reptile and helped the Soviet Army liberate Europe from Nazism .. Good movie by the way .. also multi-part ..
      2. Horace the Philosopher 25 December 2019 16: 26 New
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        So there were many Russians in the SS! And they cut not worse than the Germans!
        1. DMB_95 25 December 2019 19: 23 New
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          Quote: Horace the Philosopher
          So there were many Russians in the SS! And they cut not worse than the Germans!

          So, these traitors were captured by Soviet soldiers less often than Germans. Well, they often hung them, instead of being shot, and these are two big differences.
          1. Horace the Philosopher 25 December 2019 19: 39 New
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            Understand! All Russian Council has no analogues
            1. DMB_95 25 December 2019 19: 49 New
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              Quote: Horace the Philosopher
              Understand! All Russian Council has no analogues

              If this is said about our hatred of traitors, then - yes, it has no analogues.
        2. RUSS 25 December 2019 21: 56 New
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          Quote: Horace the Philosopher
          So there were many Russians in the SS! And they cut not worse than the Germans!

          200 thousand Soviet citizens fought or served the Germans
          1. Essex62 25 December 2019 22: 37 New
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            Having sided with the enemy, they ceased to be Soviet CITIZENS. Outlaw traitor.
          2. krillon 26 December 2019 18: 52 New
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            The maximum number of Khivi was 800-900 thousand hours
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        4. Dikson 26 December 2019 14: 18 New
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          Well, you bastard .. In the SS .. go read books, crawl out ..
      3. antivirus 25 December 2019 17: 50 New
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        everything has a price - and the loss of historical memory
      4. L-39NG 25 December 2019 19: 46 New
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        During the Second World War, Czechoslovak formations simply did not exist, since Czechoslovakia did not exist. There were two states independent from each other. Protectorate of Bohemia and Moraia and the Slovak Republic (1939-1945) or Slovenian state. The Slovak Republic, together with Germany, sent its units to the war against the USSR.
        Citizens of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moraia were called to Wehrmacht and Kriegsmarine, but only if they came from mixed German-Czech families and mainly from areas with a predominantly German population.
        The history of the Czech divisions of Waffen-SS is as follows. The idea of ​​creating such units arose in 1939, but since Hitler personally was afraid and distrusted the Czechs, the implementation of this project began when the Germans smelled fried for a long time. The cry was abandoned in March 1945, by May 1 there were 77 volunteers. We studied with k98 rifles and had one MG 42 machine gun. We didn’t receive uniforms, only high boots and a camouflage jacket. They have not completed elementary education. May 5 fled. Local partisans caught them, those who were late to raise their hands were shot. Who remained alive served in a camp in the town of Ungosti and in other places.
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      7. Chaldon48 26 December 2019 17: 46 New
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        Representatives of almost all European countries were "noted" by participation on the Wehrmacht side in WWII.
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      1. Lord of the Sith 25 December 2019 15: 52 New
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        Prague was taken after May 9, even the ROA participated in the liberation.
        And constantly then they were buzzing in Czechoslovakia.
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          1. Lord of the Sith 25 December 2019 16: 14 New
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            The Roavians were hanged and shot quite naturally. There was nothing to twist the tail.
            Nevertheless, they helped take Prague.
            And the factories in the Czech Republic fanned to the last on the third Reich.
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        2. tihonmarine 25 December 2019 16: 53 New
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          Quote: Lord of the Sith
          Prague was taken after May 9, even the ROA participated in the liberation.
          The losses of the Soviet troops in the Prague operation amounted to more than 50 thousand soldiers and officers killed and wounded and several hundred units of military equipment; Vlasovites lost less than a thousand people, one tank and two guns.
          1. Lord of the Sith 25 December 2019 16: 56 New
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            Nevertheless, they then helped. But this of course does not justify their war crimes.
        3. smile 26 December 2019 02: 33 New
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          Sith Lord
          Sorry, but in the Liberation of Czechoslovakia some of the separate parts of the Nazi henchmen, called the ROA, definitely did not participate .... although, of course, these guys were torn to the west, hoping to survive under their umbrella, and part of them went through Prague ... such things ....
          If you compare - when the absolutely nationalist army of Finland, sympathizing with the Nazis, was about the same as the modern Baltic states, and even more, had to comply with the order to neutralize the Nazi forces on its territory - she, like, tried. But she didn’t do it very well. They did not initially prevent the evacuation of the Germans; they facilitated the evacuation of the Japanese intelligence center to Sweden.
          BUT they did not understand the good intentions of their Nazi allies, who, out of habit, began to burn Finnish settlements as they retreated, considering the Finns to be traitors, which is why at the end of the War the Finns seriously fought with the Germans. The Finns really put their lives at the end of the war for their homeland and avenged their compatriots .... yeah, you could even respect it if 90 percent of the local Russian population. those who fell under Finnish occupation would not have been taken to Finnish camps - almost exactly the same as the Nazis did with the Jews ..........
          I'm not joking, there were serious fights comparable to the Romanian fight of the forty-fifth year ..
          Which was also at the end of the war quite serious and quite long.
          And what, will you and Romanians and Finns also be considered liberators?
          The remains of the ROA, which remained manageable, had the goal of reaching the Americans and surrendering to them. For what reason, I see. Along the way, they were ready to sweep anyone - red, white, black green and everyone else .... live. the cattle wanted very, very ...
          Such cases
          1. Lord of the Sith 26 December 2019 09: 43 New
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            So for sure, when the ass burns, they change their shoes in the air. Finns, Romanians, Italians, etc.

            Even the French managed to cling to themselves after a shameful defeat.
            They, of course, are not liberators. Nevertheless, they made some contribution to the overall victory.
          2. ROBIN-SON 27 December 2019 04: 04 New
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            The Finns were (and indeed are) those peppers. Type Leningrad did not want to take. Yeah. We ran into the line of Stalin near Sestroretsk, built before the war. They began to put them in piles.
            The Soviet government hid the crimes of the new members of the EP, but in vain. Now it’s bombed.
      2. KCA
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        They didn’t just walk, they bravely, in protest against the occupation, pierced pins into the lapel of the jacket
    3. TermNachTer 25 December 2019 15: 56 New
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      Churchill, as if in a bad mood, called Poland "European hyena." I must admit the descendant of the Dukes of Marlborough was right, not only then, but now.
    4. AU Ivanov. 25 December 2019 16: 24 New
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      What are you? The Czechs protested against the Nazi occupation! They dressed black shirts as a sign of disagreement. This is the most severe form of resistance, where is there to our partisans.
    5. demo 25 December 2019 16: 33 New
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      I read the note of our man, who was sitting at a table with a Czech and a Pole.
      The Pole complained that Poland suffered greatly from both the Germans and the Russians (?).
      The Czech remarked on this - it was necessary, as we, to give up.
      That's the whole answer.

      Since the riots of Jan Hus, the Czechs have been sitting quietly, like mice under a broom.
      1. Oyo Sarkazmi 25 December 2019 17: 16 New
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        The Poles surrendered. As the cartridges ran out, they gave up. And three weeks after the end of the fighting, the prisoners were allowed to go home. After which they safely joined the ranks of the German army.
      2. Nikolaevich I 26 December 2019 07: 02 New
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        Quote: demo
        Since the riots of Jan Hus, the Czechs have been sitting quietly, like mice under a broom.

        Quiet ? And what about the “acts” of the “white whites” in the civilian’s?
        1. demo 26 December 2019 08: 24 New
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          The "acts" of the Czechoslovak corps during the time of turmoil - the Civil War in Russia can not be considered as acts. which can be attributed to the protection of their homeland, the protection of their religious foundations, etc.
          Banditry does not know nationality.
          1. Siberian54 26 December 2019 12: 09 New
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            They didn’t fight - they captured peaceful rear stations on the transib
      3. haron 26 December 2019 10: 46 New
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        Quote: demo
        I read the note of our man .....
        Since the riots, the Czechs have been sitting quietly, like mice under a broom.

        Not since the time of Hus, but after the battle at the White Mountain near Prague, in 1618 it seems. Then they completely rounded off the Pope from the Habsburgs for their desire to be independent Czechs.
        By the way, Pan-Slavism is a very Czech phenomenon.
        Well, what can you do when your "comorca" is squeezed between bloodthirsty brothers (and not so much), and even in the comorca there are a lot of all kinds of fossil nishtyaks, then you only have to cherish your inner freedom.
        Reread the seamstress, and before that re-read the entire Czech history from the “Great Moravia”. Honestly, I generally wonder how they were able to maintain their statehood while still having a minimum of aggressiveness. More precisely external, power aggression. But the internal ... albeit cunning and politics, any Czech has more than the peers of Aglitz. Selawi
    6. ioan-e 25 December 2019 17: 13 New
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      Quote: 1536
      Ask the wolf if he felt sorry for the hare when the whole wolf pack really wanted to eat?

      But how, very sorry, about the same as a crocodile, which lets tears out! hi
    7. free_flier 1 February 2020 11: 41 New
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      So for a long time everyone understood the collective loss of memory in Europe - they all fought under the leadership of Hitler against the USSR.
      Therefore, now they are collectively and unconscious.
    8. Albina Yakovleva_5 13 March 2020 13: 09 New
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      In the summer I went to visit the Czech Republic ... my brother-in-law is a Czech, my daughter met him back in the USA and moved to his homeland. I remember the events in Czechoslovakia I was already 17 years old and I can put everything in order, combining the military and Soviet years .. So that’s very striking, they speak little about politics (my daughter asked me) to touch on this topic less, although they go to lay flowers on Russian monuments. His father served in the Wehrmacht. I spent the whole war in Italy, as I did not have to be angry. The entire economy is integrated into the German economy. They live precisely in the Teszyn district., The town of Tesin itself is divided into two parts ... Polish and Czech. It divides the stream ... in many families mixed marriages. especially with parents ... mother with son-in-law is polka. father - Czech, rather Czech German (Otto) the main thing is silence, peace, there are very few Arabs, just sometimes the family walks or you meet on the street ... complete idyll. it’s this silence that the media don’t want to stir up for the rest of tourists. still a good budget supplement. All children have the right (up to 25 years) to study at a university for free. so calm. life of the present Czech Republic.
  2. Hog
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    The memory of some people is an interesting thing, when everything must be forgotten immediately.
    1. Fantazer911 25 December 2019 16: 09 New
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      They have first generation flash drives with 128 MB anti-erase function wassat
  3. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 15: 35 New
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    laughingNo matter how it happened, he didn’t give a particularly “talkative” cap to Brussels in Brussels wassat
  4. Lesorub 25 December 2019 15: 38 New
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    Representatives of the Czech government also prefer to pretend that they did not hear the words of the Russian president or "do not understand what is being said."

    The tail rulers tolerated the tail tolerantly! And, what they say, a patron from overseas - will not approve of conceit! )
    1. Albina Yakovleva_5 13 March 2020 13: 13 New
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      Small cozy country. who is trying for her people and the younger generation and they have nothing to balamut this dirty dregs of the past. convinced with my own eyes
  5. Reserve buildbat 25 December 2019 15: 39 New
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    As far as I remember, all kinds of mountain huntsmen and other similar "climbers" of the Wehrmacht were armed not with Mauser 98k carbines, but with Chez carbines (I forgot the brand for sure). And these carbines, as well as tanks and cars, were regularly produced in Czechoslovakia for the Nazis throughout the war.
    1. Siberian54 26 December 2019 12: 10 New
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      A third of the military equipment of the Wehrmacht is Czech production or origin.
  6. prior 25 December 2019 15: 53 New
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    All European countries, one way or another, were with Hitler, who forged weapons, who supplied oil and ore, who directly put up divisions and battalions, and who pushed for aggression to the East, like England.
    There, no matter what the snout, is a solid hairy mug.
    1. DED_peer_DED 25 December 2019 17: 31 New
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      Quote: prior
      All European countries were one way or another with Hitler

      If only European. The states supported them financially until the last days.
      For example, we will not go far:



      article from this site. It’s called Lend-Lease for Hitler. Useful reading, a lot of facts are given.
      [media = https: //topwar.ru/35451-lend-liz-dlya-gitlera.html]
      Link in such a direct form.
  7. x.andvlad 25 December 2019 15: 55 New
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    The Polish Foreign Ministry states that "at one time, the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev gave an assessment of the Stalin regime."
    Thus, the Polish authorities state that they are ready to refer to the decisions and assessments of Khrushchev. However, in this case, they need to go all the way and admit that Khrushchev illegitimately transferred the Crimean Peninsula to Ukraine - in violation of the legislation in force at that time ...

    The logic of the author, far-fetched? There are flies and cutlets ...
    Two completely different topics: the assessment of the Stalin regime and the transfer of Crimea.
    Maybe someone expected remorse from the Poles? What naivety ...
    Or they act according to the principle: here I see, here I do not see ..
    Definitely! Take an example from a big brother.
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    ... In early 1919, the Czechs introduced an army into the region and drove out Polish troops from it. At that moment, Poland could not answer, because its army fought against ZUNR. The Entente intervened in the situation. Chekhov was forced to agree to a new demarcation line. After a short calm, the Poles, who appeared on Czech territory, began to rebel. The Czech government imposed martial law. An Franco-British commission arrived urgently in the region. Czechoslovak President Masaryk said that if his wishes were not taken into account, his country would enter the Soviet-Polish war on the side of the RSFSR. The Poles made concessions, and in July 1920 the region was divided along the Olsha River to the advantage of the Czechs.
    So it’s not very convenient for Czechs to remember ..
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    A simple question .... Czech Republic excites, and Slovakia?
    There was once a country of Czechoslovakia, hockey was cut perfectly ...
    Only in this ... they are a plus ....
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      Czechoslovakia, hockey was cut perfectly ...

      And football is not bad, but worse than hockey. Although, two World Cup silver worth something.
      And in 1976, Czechoslovakians still became European champions, successively defeating the national teams of the USSR (1/4), Holland (1/2) and Germany (final). Although, until now, there is a theme in okolofutbolnyh circles that ours then leaked them a quarter "brotherly."
  10. Old26 25 December 2019 16: 00 New
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    About this they are for the period from 1945 to 1991. thoroughly forgotten with our help.
    By the way, I do not remember a single Czechoslovak film dedicated to the resistance of Czechs and Slovaks during the Second World War to the Nazis. So the Poles filmed "Four Tankers and a Dog", "Bet More Than Life", the Bulgarians shot "There are a lot of us at every kilometer." But the Czechs are not. Showcase of "socialism", damn it.

    Not sure. There was a movie, but I don’t remember the name only. But not a series. There it was a question of the assassination of Czechoslovakians against Heydrich, EMNIP. And so yes, a very rare Czechoslovak film was about the war. Most often, the studio "Barrandov" filmed detectives
    1. Avior 25 December 2019 17: 13 New
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      Antropoid
      https://www.vashdosug.ru/cinema/movie/2440168/
      Lidice
      https://www.vashdosug.ru/cinema/movie/495927/
      Violin
      https://www.vashdosug.ru/cinema/movie/2453352/
      and others
      https://kino-o-voine.ru/tag/cheshskie-voennye-filmy/
      A lot of old and quite modern
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    The media say what they are told! These are NLP weapons.
    However, like on this site, a certain environment is cultivated, and all objectionable ones are “moderated”.
    In principle, the Czech people do not like the Poles, but the media cannot say so.
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  13. faterdom 25 December 2019 16: 39 New
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    Well, the Czechs are suffering from an inferiority complex, and let themselves suffer further. They are not Russian, and they will never be Russian. Ukrainians dive there too, they are ready to kiss a delicious German / British / American boot, if only they wouldn’t live with their own mind. It's hard and hard, and lace panties will not give.
    The main thing for us is not to let ourselves slip into such a thing, otherwise we have a lot of rotten apples there.
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    Representatives of the Czech government also prefer to pretend that they did not hear the words of the Russian president or "do not understand what is being said."

    The Czechs did not go to the oncoming hickey in the gums.
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      And who kissed them ??
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        A. Raikin has such song-making:

  15. vladimirvn 25 December 2019 16: 46 New
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    Euro type solidarity. Raven crow, eye will not peck.
  16. Livonetc 25 December 2019 17: 02 New
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    "They are all weaklings in this Czechoslovakia!"
  17. Avior 25 December 2019 17: 04 New
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    they need to go all the way and admit that Khrushchev illegally transferred the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine - in violation of the law that was in force at that time.

    In fact, not a single document on the transfer of Crimea has the signature of Khrushchev.
    One must still know the history, and especially the political system of the USSR and its change over the years
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    The Czechs shut up like mice, spit on the historical truth, shame.
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    they need to go all the way and admit that Khrushchev illegally transferred the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine - in violation of the law that was in force at that time.

    In fact, not a single document on the transfer of Crimea has the signature of Khrushchev.
    One must still know the history, and especially the political system of the USSR and its change over the years

    And publish, what kind of documents are there in general about this?
    In Sevastopol, as far as I know, there are none at all, that is, it was not transmitted to Ukraine either in the Soviet era or in the post-Soviet era. So, he was quietly choked with a drunk daddy-Bor.
    But the Crimea, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, or the RSFSR did not pass, Khrushchev, who needed the votes of the Ukrainian first secretaries - write that there isn’t either ... But who then? At the level of whom? Or so on the phone?
    1. Avior 26 December 2019 05: 40 New
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      In those days, party secretaries still did not sign documents concerning the Soviet authorities.
      at that time, the situation with the distribution of powers was very different from the modern one, the USSR Armed Forces was not a legislative body like the parliament is now, but a supreme authority and all its decrees and decisions had the highest legal force.
      Features of the Constitution of that time.
      The formal role of party secretaries intensified later
      hi
  20. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 17: 35 New
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    Not everything is so simple, there was a film in the sixties about the resistance of a small Czech garrison to the German invasion. I don’t remember the name, I watched for a long time. There was a film “Attempt”, there was a film shot from the book of the same name “The Name of Death Engelhen”, and, besides that, in reality there was a Czechoslovak corps under the command of General Ludwig Svoboda, and he fought with the Nazis.

    Germans - natives of the protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia could join the Wehrmacht and the SS without restrictions. There were no restrictions for the Czechs, but they mainly carried on labor duty.
    In 1939 - 1944 some Czechs joined the SS and participated in hostilities on the fronts of World War II. So, for example, the son of the Minister of Education in the Czech government of the protectorate Emmanuel Moravets Igor volunteered for the SS Panzer Division "Dead Head" (SS-Panzer-Division "Totenkopf") and was awarded the Iron Cross for bravery. laughing
  21. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 17: 37 New
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    During the anti-German Prague uprising on May 5, 1945, from the young activists of various Czech fascist organizations that appeared in the country during the occupation, and the soldiers of the special forces of the SS (Oddily ZZ), the SS Volunteer Company "St. Wenceslas" (Svatovaclavska dobrovolnicka rota ZZ) was formed . Rota joined the German garrison of the Czech capital. laughing
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    After battles with their rebel compatriots and fighters of the First Division of the Russian Liberation Army under the command of General Vlasov in Prague, this unit was able to get to the American occupation zone (Karlovy Vary - Pilsen - Ceske Buduevice).
    On April 5, one of the soldiers tried to desert, but their escape was found, and those who escaped were shot on the spot. On the night of May 8–9, part of the loyal Reich soldiers fled into the forests, but was captured by Soviet or American units.
    Those who managed to break through to the West escaped prosecution by joining the French Foreign Legion. Some of them even participated in the Indochina war (took part in the battle in the "Valley of clay jugs") and the war in Vietnam laughing
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    The Czech Orthodox Church was banned, its property confiscated, churches closed, clergy arrested and imprisoned. Throughout the Protectorate, the German authorities introduced martial law, which was abolished on July 3, 1942. Young Czech Nazis in embroidered shirts: they remind someone of our time ... oh, yes - “to the little guy” and “to the knives” ... laughing
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      The Czech Orthodox Church was banned, its property confiscated, churches closed, clergy arrested and imprisoned ...

      Do not tell me the reason and date of the "prohibition" of the PC in the protectorate? Well, for the complete completeness of the meaning of your extract from a full-fledged historical event.
      And this, in the occupied territory of the USSR, the HRC was also banned, the property confiscated and priests in the camps? wassat
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      The Czech Orthodox Church was banned, its property confiscated, churches closed, clergy arrested and imprisoned. Throughout the Protectorate, the German authorities introduced martial law, which was abolished on July 3, 1942. Young Czech Nazis in embroidered shirts: they remind someone of our time ... oh, yes - “to the little guy” and “to the knives” ...


      Good afternoon, Gennady!

      Share information about the Czech Orthodox Church ?!

      Where did she come from among Catholics, Protestants?
      All Czechs, Slovaks, Hungarians are Catholics!
      Subcarpathian Rusyns are all Greek Catholics (that is, Uniates)! They were converted to the Orthodox faith after 1945, and only in Transcarpathia, and in Slovakia, all Rusyns remained Greek Catholics !!!
      The small Orthodox Church of Pryashevskaya in eastern Slovakia does not count!

      And several churches, the ministry of which were conducted by Russian white emigre-Orthodox priests, were churches of emigrants from Russia, as in other European countries (France, Switzerland and others).

      I will be glad to learn from you, Gennady, new facts about the Orthodox Church in the 1st Czechoslovak Republic (Czechoslovakia).
      Mikhailo, Russia.
      1. Gennady Fomkin 3 January 2020 16: 39 New
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        The Orthodox Church of the Czech lands and Slovakia includes four dioceses: Prague and Olomouc-Brno, located in the Czech Republic, and Prešov and Michalov in the territory of Slovakia.

        Diocese of Prague

        Department: Prague
        Cathedral of St. Cyril and Methodius (in the crypt - the limit of St. New Martyr Gorazd)
        Resslova 9, 120 00 Praha 2
        tel: (02) 29 55 95

        Diocesan Administration:
        Resslova 9, 120 00 Praha 2
        tel: (02) 29 55 95

        Metropolitan Council:
        Metropolitní rada pravoslavné církve v Českých zemích, ul. Dělostřelecká 7, 160 00 Praha 6
        tel: (02) 2491 6269 (2431 5015)
        fax: (02) 2431 3137
        For postal items: pošt. schr. 655, 111 21 Praha 1

        The Diocese of Prague is the successor of the Czech Orthodox Diocese, created in 1929 and included in the jurisdiction of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The diocese was created from the Czech Orthodox community, which separated from the Czechoslovak (Hussite) church in 1924.

        The spiritual leader of the community was St. Gorazd (Pavlik). The communities and parishes that made up the diocese were located in different regions on the territory of modern Czech Republic. After the execution of St. Gorazd in 1942, the diocese was virtually destroyed by the German occupation authorities. Restored in May 1945

        On October 8, 1945, the diocesan congress held in Olomouc called for the transfer of the Czech Orthodox diocese to the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate. In 1946, the diocese was transformed into the exarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church. His first exarch was Archbishop Eleutherius (Vorontsov), who arrived in Prague in May this year.

        In 1949, by decision of the diocesan congress held in Prague, the Czech Orthodox diocese was divided into two independent dioceses: Prague and Olomouc-Brno. Since then, the Diocese of Prague has existed within its current borders.

        After the proclamation of autocephaly of the Czechoslovak Orthodox Church in 1951 and until 1992, the Prague metropolitans were, by position, the Primate of the Czechoslovak Orthodox Church.

        Since December 1992, in accordance with the new Charter, the Primate of the Orthodox Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia can be not only the Archbishop of Prague, but also the Archbishop of Presov.
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        Since December 1992, in accordance with the new Charter, the Primate of the Orthodox Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia can be not only the Archbishop of Prague, but also the Archbishop of Presov.

        On the territory of the Prague Diocese there are 39 churches (1 in common use with the Roman Catholic Church) and 10 chapels (1 in common use with the Czechoslovak Hussite Church), united in 31 parishes. Parishes are divided into 5 district protopresbyterates (deaneries). There is one man’s monastery (Rev. Procopius of Sazavsky in the Bridge).

        Olomouc-Brno Diocese

        Department: Olomouc
        Cathedral of St. Gorazd I, student of St. Methodius (the lateral limit of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in the crypt - the limit of the new martyr Gorazd II, bishop of Czech)
        Masarykova 17, 772 00 Olomouc
        tel: (068) 52 32 054 46

        Diocesan Administration:
        Masarykova tř. 17, 772 00 Olomouc
        tel / fax: (068) 522 24 75
        fax: (068) 522 48 83

        The Olomouc-Brno Diocese as an independent diocese has existed since December 7, 1949. It used to be part of the Czech Orthodox Diocese (see Prague Diocese).

        At the time of the formation of the diocese, there were 15 communities on its territory, fed by 14 priests. Her first bishop was an associate of St. Gorazda prot. Chestmir Krachmar. He was ordained bishop on February 5, 1950 in Olomouc metr. Eleutherius (Vorontsov), met. Nicholas (Yarushevich) and the archbishop. Macarius (Oksiyuk).

        A year after the formation of a separate diocese, 24 parishes functioned in it. Vladyka Chestmir ruled the diocese for four years, after which he was forced to leave the pulpit due to a conflict with secular authorities. Prot. Mikulash Kelly from the Presov diocese (one of the Uniate priests reunited with Orthodoxy), who accepted the name Clement as a monk. He occupied the department until 1959.

        In 1959-1982 the pulpit remained widowed, with the result that the diocese fell into desolation. In 1982, Reverend Nikanor, who since 1980 occupied the Mikhailovsky department, became the Olomouc-Brno bishop.

        After the return of Bishop Nikanor in 1987 to the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate, hegumen Krishtof (Christopher Pulets) was elected bishop of Olomouc-Brno. His episcopal consecration took place on April 17, 1988 in the Olomouc Cathedral of St. Gorazda I.
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        Diocese of Mikhalov

        Department: Michalovce
        Cathedral of St. Cyril and Methodius
        Ul. čsl. armády 26, 071 01 Michalovce
        tel: (0946) 642 11 20

        Diocesan Administration:
        Duklianska 16, 071 34 Michalovce
        tel: (0946) 642 41 56
        fax: (0946) 643 15 00

        The diocese of Mikhalov was created in 1950. The first bishop of Mikhalovsky was Bishop Alexander (Mikhalich), a former Greek Catholic canon who reunited with Orthodoxy at the Presov Cathedral in 1950. His successors were Bishops Methodius (Milli), Methodius (Kanchuga), Cyril (Muchichka) .

        In 1980-1982 The Mikhailovsky Diocese was ruled by the Bishop. Nikanor. After the transfer of Vladyka Nikanor to the Olomouc-Brno chair, Bishop Mikhalovsky became Bishop John (Golonich).

        On the territory of the diocese there are 25 churches, united in 26 parishes. Parishes are divided into 4 archdecans (deaneries). 8 communities that do not have temples worship on portable thrones.
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        Orthodox Church of the Czech lands and Slovakia, autocephalous local church
        Official website: http://www.pravoslavnacirkev.cz/ (website of the Prague Diocese); http://www.orthodox.sk/ (in Slovakia)
        Canonical Territory: Czech Republic and Slovakia (most believers live in the eastern parts of the latter)
        Service language: Church Slavonic, Czech, Slovak
        Calendar: Julian and New Julian
        Cathedral: Alexander Nevsky in the city of Presov (with it the residence of the Primate) [1]
        Primate: Rostislav, His Beatitude Archbishop of Prešov, Metropolitan of Czech lands and Slovakia
        Place in the diptych: 14
        Composition: 7 bishops; 4 dioceses; 197 clergymen (2007) [2]; 249 parishes (78 in the Czech Republic, 171 in Slovakia - 2007) [2]; 4 monasteries; 1 higher theological school; OK. 170 thousand members (about 100 thousand Ukrainians and Russians, about 50 thousand Slovaks, about 20 thousand Czechs - 2015)
  24. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 17: 47 New
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    On this day, 200 Protectorate residents gathered on Wenceslas Square in Prague to express their loyalty to the Third Reich. This is one of the largest collections in the history of this square.
    The rally was addressed by leaders of the Czech administration of the Protectorate, including President Emil Hacha, mayors of Czech and Moravian cities. Gathered loudly approved the message of SS Obergruppenfuhrer Kurt Daluege (Kurt Daluege) about the abolition of martial law in the country.
    After his speech, the Minister of Education and Public Education, Professor Emanuel Moravec, took the floor at the rally. He sharply criticized the Bolsheviks from Moscow and the plutocrats from London and Washington, and then defined an active program of cooperation by the Reich. At the end, the assembled choir sang the national anthem.
    At about the same time, former Prime Minister Alois Eliash was executed. In total, from May 28 to July 2, 1942, Protectorate executed 855 men and 162 women on the basis of sentences issued by a military court.
    laughing Great resistance laughing
  25. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 17: 54 New
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    I have long heard that the Germans, who captured Czechoslovakia in 1939 without firing a shot, were struck by the quantity of high-quality weapons that they saw in the warehouses of the Czechoslovak army.
    laughing
  26. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 17: 55 New
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    The Czechs basically do not fight, they abandoned this occupation hundreds of years ago. Not out of cowardice, but out of extreme wisdom. Between the Germans and aggressive Slavs, they took the position of a detached observer: sitting at a beer, the Czech first looks with his eyes at an armed crowd of Germans running from west to east, and after a while - a herd of Russians in the opposite direction. Having looked out of the parish from the window, the Czech asks: “What, again, the occupation? And who doesn’t sit at home this time? ” This is followed by the classic Czech reaction to the invasion of foreign troops - to go to a tavern and discuss this matter: I heard, Mirku, these pigs are here again! Panet vrhnni, two more beers! laughing laughing
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      I really didn’t like the phrase "herd of Russians" Nobody would go to Europe. if initially the fascists did not head for the extermination of the Russian and other peoples of the USSR as "inferior", the Germans were discouraged from considering themselves superhuman for centuries. But the French and Poles were treated very humanely if at one time Paris and Warsaw were wiped off the face of the earth the story could have gone differently At least in their head it would have been postponed that we don’t need to go for us
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      This Chekhov’s wisdom appeared after the Thirty Years War, when more than 60% of the country's population was destroyed (the Kingdom of Bohemia)
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      Czechs are fighting in Afghanistan.
  27. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 17: 59 New
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    The result is a complex of inability to fight and extreme disrespect used by Czech security forces. The authority of the army in the local society is steadily fluctuating below zero. The Czech Republic is a country of bluebooks, i.e. white-ticketers, to serve urgent here (in a very, by the way, comfortable conditions) is a bad taste. The feeling of being estranged from participating in major events has a logical consequence - the tendency to explain their problems with the influence of higher forces: Germans, Russians or the EU are to blame for everything. The other side of the same phenomenon is the desire to hide behind any of these forces, in our days - for the last ... laughing
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      As an example to your message. From the book of A. Okorokov "Secret Wars of the USSR: The Complete Encyclopedia".

      These are the events of 1968.
      GDR Germans did not babble with the Czechs, unlike us, fired left and right. This example is one of the softest.
      1. Gennady Fomkin 25 December 2019 21: 20 New
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        laughing Czechs generally sat like mice in the barracks.
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          generally in the barracks they sat like mice.

          Oh, there’s no Robert Adam on you (the local "duty" Czech, however, hasn’t been around for a long time). am laughing
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        It seems that it was once when the Czechs shot towards the Germans. Immediately received in response from the gun.
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    Only a few relatively large Czech media decided to devote several notes to this topic, trying to present the information as neutrally as possible or even with reproaches to Moscow.
    The history of Europe is a 50% history of lies and mutual betrayal, so they are desperately afraid to tidy up this "anthill" of their history ....
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    An attempt to pit the Poles with the Czechs did not crawl, apparently.
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      Though he did.
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    An attempt to pit the Poles with the Czechs did not crawl, apparently.

    laughing And they don’t give up on us? We hear almost every day that the Second World War began the USSR. That Stalin is equal to Hitler. That the Soviet soldiers and military leaders are no better than the German Nazis. am

    Not only is Europeans saying it all, it already sounds loud in our country. Our fathers and grandfathers turn over in their graves, hearing all this lie. "And what is it for our still living veterans? Because by no other instincts will Europe stop spoiling anyone."
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    Quote: knn54
    ... In early 1919, the Czechs introduced an army into the region and drove out Polish troops from it. At that moment, Poland could not answer, because its army fought against ZUNR. The Entente intervened in the situation. Chekhov was forced to agree to a new demarcation line. After a short calm, the Poles, who appeared on Czech territory, began to rebel. The Czech government imposed martial law. An Franco-British commission arrived urgently in the region. Czechoslovak President Masaryk said that if his wishes were not taken into account, his country would enter the Soviet-Polish war on the side of the RSFSR. The Poles made concessions, and in July 1920 the region was divided along the Olsha River to the advantage of the Czechs.
    So it’s not very convenient for Czechs to remember ..

    Is it convenient for Poles to recall the territory occupied then? The return of which the USSR in 1939 they now call OCCUPATION!
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    Thus, the Polish authorities state that they are ready to refer to the decisions and assessments of Khrushchev. However, in this case, they need to go all the way and admit that Khrushchev illegitimately transferred the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine - in violation of the legislation in force at that time. Or they act according to the principle: here I see, here I do not see ...
    Maybe the other way around?
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      What is the opposite? I don’t see here, I see here? Could be so.
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        What is the opposite? I don’t see here, I see here? Could be so.

        Where is the logic??? If the Poles of Khrushchev’s decision and assessment are legitimate, then with what fright should they consider the decision on Crimea to be not legitimate? Maybe vice versa ???
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    Those who forget their history are at risk of being hit in the head with a sledgehammer from the future ...
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    How nice it is to discuss the historical period for those who did not take any part in it! And it is surprising why suddenly such questions began to rise so sharply at a time when, in fact, there was no one to answer on the essence of the question! But as you know, the winners write the story!
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    Thus, the Polish authorities state that they are ready to refer to the decisions and assessments of Khrushchev. However, in this case, they need to go all the way and admit that Khrushchev illegitimately transferred the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine - in violation of the legislation in force at that time.

    Interestingly, how does the second follow from the first? The author couldn’t get into logic at all? With the quality of editorials at VO, everything is completely sad.
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    It would be better if the Czech media recognized the fact that having a beautiful, perfectly equipped army on prepared defensive lines that could defeat the Germans poured everything down the drain. With all my negativity, and with regard to modern Poland, I cannot help but note that Tr even fought.
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    After the velvet revolution in the Czech Republic, they headed for "Let's turn the Czech Republic into the bedroom of Europe!" ... Well, I wonder how they have success in this area, came to communism? :)
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    Photo info
    Location: Prague, Czechoslovakia
    Time taken: 15.03.1939/XNUMX/XNUMX
    This, not even the Sudetenland, everything is clear there ....
  39. comradChe 25 December 2019 23: 18 New
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    Time to throw stones and time to collect them. Do not spit in the well ... It was not necessary to sprinkle ashes on the head. I am ashamed that such a leader is at the head of Russia. There is shame, and in all areas. We will wipe ourselves, we will not get used to it.
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      There is a shame

      And so the notebooks of terpile moved in formation. fellow
      Quote: comradChe
      we don’t get used to it.

      Yes, who would doubt it. yes
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      I am ashamed that at the head of Russia

      But, which is characteristic, Russia is somehow dragged into their own complexes - apparently, it looks so “patriotic” (in their own eyes). request In fact, there is a naughty clowning and whooping.
      Oh how many of them fell into this abyss ....
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      Wipe yourself, only for the whole of Russia it is not necessary, it is not mature and you will never grow.
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      and it is possible to specify crying Yaroslavna?
  40. kaban7 26 December 2019 00: 40 New
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    Pissed off Czechs.
  41. Connor MacLeod 26 December 2019 01: 32 New
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    The Germans entered Czechoslovakia on October 1, 1938 ...
    The Poles entered Czechoslovakia on October 1, 1938 ...
    "There was no conspiracy!" repeat

    The Germans entered Poland on September 1, 1939 ...
    The Russians entered Poland on September 17, 1939 ...
    "Obvious Conspiracy!" am

    What kind of logic is this? belay
  42. Edvid 26 December 2019 01: 58 New
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    How can they understand the sickness when the Czechoslovak industry provided the Wehrmacht with tanks and armored cars? Ask the wolf if he felt sorry for the hare when the whole wolf pack really wanted to eat?

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    Hitler several times declared personal gratitude to the people of the Czech Republic (and Austria too) for overfulfilling! .. plans for the production of weapons and ammunition for Germany.
  43. Kibl 26 December 2019 02: 36 New
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    Hitler’s modern EEC, Third Reich 2.0. Characters are the same, ideas too. Nothing changes, the spiral of history is her mother and shuffled!
  44. Sapsan136 26 December 2019 04: 59 New
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    That’s all Czechs .. The Czech government and the army never defended their own country, preferring to surrender to everyone who comes ...
  45. DeGreen 26 December 2019 08: 13 New
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    I really hope that if something happens again, then we will no longer destroy our soldiers because of some Poland, Hungary and other Romania
  46. Dimon-chik-79 26 December 2019 11: 45 New
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    VV rezanul on the Poles of course excellent!) Right under the tail)
    And I would very much like all of Europe to hear this. That's just how to convey this to them, because their censorship is unlikely to miss ..
    1. Barmaleyka 26 December 2019 12: 56 New
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      I think someone should be heard
  47. Host Tavern 26 December 2019 12: 01 New
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    Representatives of the Czech government also prefer to pretend that they did not hear the words of the Russian president or "do not understand what is being said."

    Of course they don’t want to say why argue with the truth smile
  48. Barmaleyka 26 December 2019 12: 55 New
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    So the Czechs themselves had snout down, they worked on the Reich like bees, tanks, cars, artillery
  49. Separ 26 December 2019 21: 21 New
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    The Czechs always didn’t care, even when Hitler’s troops entered their territory without a fight, if only they wouldn’t touch their beer and destroy ancient castles ...
  50. 75 Sergey 26 December 2019 22: 15 New
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    Valka’s campaign marks the presidency.