Do not think badly about neighbors. Cemetery of the fallen Soviet soldiers


The fact that immediately after the New Year I am flying to Poland, I found out about a month before. And not from the authorities, as before, but from his wife. She, in turn, found out about the upcoming bonuses. Good premium. So I decided to fulfill my long-standing dream - to relax for a few days at a ski resort. Of course, I couldn’t count on Courchevel, but the Polish town of Zakopane ... The travel agency highly persistently recommended. In general, we decided!


I will not describe the Krakow airport and the road to the sanatorium - in this field, others are cutting coupons. However, I will not be excited to talk about Zakopane. On the Internet there are pictures, a description and so on. Everything turned out to be more banal - there was no snow. He was artificially "shot" on the slopes, and riding time was limited. So we decided during the forced "windows" to visit the surrounding mountain towns.

Nothing to talk about them either - a matter of taste ... Another thing is Rabka - Zdroj. A tiny town spread out on the slopes of the foothills. Sanatorium-resort area, famous for its healing water and a large park of culture and relaxation. I stopped at the entrance to this park. What is it behind the fountain turned off? ..

Going closer, I made sure - our "forty-five"! And here is the memorial tablet.


If you strain and read the Latin alphabet, it becomes clear that this is a cemetery of Soviet soldiers and officers who died during the liberation of this town.

Read the last name! Suddenly someone's relative, a neighbor down the street? After all, there are miracles in the world! Relatives know that their grandfather or great-grandfather died somewhere in Poland, and what his grave is - they have no idea! It is a pity that the names and initials are engraved on stainless steel - no matter how photographed, still glimpses part of the inscriptions hide.




















Why am I writing this? So as not to think badly about all our neighbors. Fools always and everywhere enough. There is only one - a monument to the Soviet soldier will be stained with red paint, and our journalists are happy to pick up such a news - here they say, they were released, but they, ungrateful! .. It happens. But more often - like that. In a small town, near the central park ... Well maintained, with lamps ...
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  1. Catfish 6 January 2020 05: 04 New
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    There are always more normal people than freaks. But here’s the paradox: mostly people come to power, with rare exceptions.
    1. rich 6 January 2020 05: 36 New
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      And here is the official position of the Polish Catholic Church
      Rector of the Warsaw military parish priest-colonel Jerzy Doroshkevich: “I’m sure that in Poland only some politicians began to forget who saved the country and why.” They say that they brought occupation. I don’t know whether the occupation was or not, but I know that most Poles, probably due to the position of the Catholic Church, will always remember who saved it - in any case, according to tradition, in Poland on all Saints' Day people always cleaned the cemeteries and lit candles. And now, little has changed. Either on the Catholic Day of All Saints, or on the Orthodox days of remembrance, we all pray for the dead. And I must say that not only Orthodox, but also Catholics come to the cemetery and pray for the dead Soviet soldiers. Eternal blessed memory
      1. knn54 6 January 2020 07: 53 New
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        Karol Wojtylu, who later became Pope John Paul II, was saved by the Soviet major.
      2. Den717 6 January 2020 20: 21 New
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        There is a rector Jerzy Doroshkevich, but there was Pope Pius XII, through whom thousands of Nazis escaped punishment. A particular example proves nothing and refutes nothing. There are statistics of destroyed monuments, antihistorical statements and initiatives of top-level politicians. There is an overwhelming majority who positively assess the prevailing confrontation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Poland. And this outweighs the given special cases. True, in our country there are also good intentions, ready to forgive a frank and active enemy for a candle at the altar in the church. With them you need to keep an “eye out”.
    2. tihonmarine 6 January 2020 06: 14 New
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      Quote: Sea Cat
      There are always more normal people than freaks. But here’s the paradox: mostly people come to power, with rare exceptions.

      I agree, now there is not a single country where not people are sitting in power, but normal people. The face of capitalism has a cleft palate.
    3. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 12: 27 New
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      Proszę nie mylić cmentarzy z pomnikami. Cmentarzami rosyjskich żołnierzy Polacy opiekują się od 100 lat (pierwsza wojna światowa). Pomniki rosyjskiej armii przenosimy do muzeów, niszczą tylko wandale ...
      1. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 00: 22 New
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        Plus and sincere thanks to you, comrade!
        and in Russia, the graves of fallen heroes, their heroes, no one needs. neither to people fooled by television and advertising, nor to Putin
        1. Yura 7 January 2020 08: 35 New
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          This is your photo, that is, you photographed it?
          1. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 12: 26 New
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            Quote: Jura
            This is your photo, that is, you photographed it?

            Of course not! I live in Ukraine, where veterans of the Great Patriotic War (if they are not from the Galichina division are actively propagandized by the media as "occupiers" (about the fact that the "patriots" tried to bring down the monument to Vatutin?). They don’t directly say so, do they forums, but such subtext, the feeling that the electorate is mentally prepared for such thoughts.
            Therefore, the photo from VNA of Ukraine will not even be. not counted.
            Photo taken from the Internet, google "groomed graves of veterans of the Russian Federation"
            and here are a couple of links to the topic:
            https://ffeztromop.livejournal.com/30835.html
            "So, in the manufacture of 428 new obelisks, as many as 44 (forty-four) errors of varying degrees of severity were made. That is, every tenth obelisk contains some kind of error! In 15 cases, the name is spelled incorrectly, in seven cases the name or middle name is spelled , in five cases, the military rank, in another five cases the dates are incorrect. The remaining 12 problems relate to photographs. Of the 17 photographs that were identified by the relatives of the victims on the old obelisks, three simply disappeared, one photograph was not fixed, seven photographs close the date Only in five cases did the photograph manage to be fixed on the obelisk in a human way.
            Last year, 618 thousand dollars were allocated from the Russian budget for these purposes, this year - 364 thousand dollars. The Czech side allocated 2011 thousand dollars in 32,5, and in 2012 - 261,5 thousand dollars. The lion's share of this amount was spent precisely on the reconstruction of the Olshansky cemetery. "THINK THESE AMOUNTS!
            Conclusion: plundered and did anyhow!
            But the king is not in the know, the boyars are bad!

            https://ffeztromop.livejournal.com/132800.html
            note on the northern sector of the Soviet garrison cemetery of the Dresden garrison of the Western Group of Forces.

            "Attempts to preserve the garrison cemetery in the present are made only by individual German activists. An initiative group has been formed to defend the Soviet war memorial in Dresden. It is led by Dresden journalist Jane Jannke. She believes that the cemetery is one of the last evidence of the Soviet army’s garrison for almost half a century. and must be preserved for history. ”Rescue of burial places is also conducted by the chairman of the German-Russian Institute of Culture in Dresden Wolfgang Schelik.
            Activists offered assistance in caring for the graves, offered to clean the cemetery twice a year by the forces of Russian emigrants and schoolchildren of both countries. These proposals remained unanswered by the Saxon authorities.
            At the same time, activists wrote to Putin and turned to former Soviet soldiers who once served in Dresden. In response, not a word. "

            No, Putin has nothing to do with "the king is good, the boyars are hiding from him, right"?
            And we just did not have time? only 20 years in power? Wound up, then the summit, then the Olympics, right? or am I missing something? or was there at least a couple of lawsuits about squandering money and disrespect for the fallen heroes? something seems to me that it would be a question of the grave of a grandmother / grandfather of criminal authority, the contractor would pay dearly for the wrong name. But who needs the fallen heroes of the deceased country? Volunteers - foreigners who turned out to be more human than the "native government"
            1. Dzungar 16 January 2020 21: 07 New
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              Maybe for your Ukraine you are worrying ....? Or is everything fine with you there, that you have to go to Russia to look for guano .....? What a vile habit of sitting in guana this is most unlikely, but delving into the mud of another neighboring country ...?
        2. Abbot 8 January 2020 02: 36 New
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          Quote: Oleg (Kharkov)
          and in Russia, the graves of fallen heroes, their heroes, no one needs.

          So, go and put in order, what are you whining? Don’t wait when they do it for you ... Sorry, accidentally jumped out.
          1. Oleg (Kharkov) 8 January 2020 23: 52 New
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            I do not whine! I don’t need it, alas! I fell victim to advertising and a bourgeois lifestyle! I’m here a cabinet in the bathroom which I don’t have to attach a door for a week, and you write to someone else’s grave ... I’m not that person.
            1. Golovan Jack 9 January 2020 00: 18 New
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              Quote: Oleg (Kharkov)
              you write to someone else’s grave ...

              And on yours - can I?

              Quote: Oleg (Kharkov)
              I'm not that person

              Yes, not a man at all, so the market is clean negative
    4. Private61 7 January 2020 13: 06 New
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      That's right: Putin and Medvedev.
      1. Catfish 7 January 2020 16: 00 New
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        That's right: Putin and Medvedev.


        What is right?
        1. Kote Pan Kokhanka 7 January 2020 17: 36 New
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          Quote: Private61
          That's right: Putin and Medvedev.

          Quote: Sea Cat
          quote]

          Don’t react, Konstantin, here in VO who does what, who keeps the fan, and who throws shit at him !!! In modern slang "tolling."
          One tears the fifth point in search of "groomed cemeteries" in foreign Russia, the other already pokes a finger at the guilty and considers other people's money !!!
          Working five years ago in the “city”, I settled in various cemeteries “Do not Cry Mom”. The vandalism of the 90s is coming to naught, but the “tricks” of various kinds (especially Ukrainian and Georgian) diasporas mock at the graves of soldiers and veterans.
          So, “representatives of the grave business” themselves told how they caught similar dudes with spray cans of paint (of which colors are clear) and knowing our “toothless” they independently repaired the massacre.
          By the way, cramming “nettles in your pants” is the mildest punishment!
          To be honest, he himself was a witness, as the director of the cemetery, negotiating with a rich widow, directly asked to buy a declarative fence in double size, not hiding one on your grave, and the second on the grave nearby. “There, a nurse from a medical train at 43 was buried. The state made the obelisk, but there is no money for the fence. If we buy your spouse and we will do it. Divinch was 18 years old, as her war took away. "
          At that time, simplicity of a person who was not simple enough struck me as a soul.
          Regards, Vlad!
          1. Catfish 7 January 2020 17: 44 New
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            Vladislav, greetings and Merry Christmas! smile
            Yes, I don’t particularly react, it’s just interesting what he will write next. But while silent as a stump, apparently I could not be provoked, but I myself didn’t really substitute myself. wink
          2. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 18: 13 New
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            And my question is, what is toothless power? And the question is, would representatives of the diasporas decide to abuse the graves of Chechen fighters in Chechnya? Or wouldn’t it be, all the same, fearing that the Chechens for their fallen people would not make up the administration, or use nettles? Putin has been in power for 20 years. Putin is not just 20 years in power, Putin is from the KGB. Putin is the owner of 1/6 of the land. Putin simply could have ordered "find the guilty. At all costs. And punish." Could? Could ... as he said "in the toilet"? Could ... but he needs it? Trotsky won already in Mexico. And that was Trotsky. For millions, Trotsky was a greater leader than Stalin. The murder of Trotsky is much more resonant than punishing the representatives of the diasporas.
            And if Putin does not need this, then what kind of guarantor is he? Then why should Russians feel protected? However, they do not feel. MedvedPun is better than EBEa and all right.
            Just answer
            1. Kote Pan Kokhanka 7 January 2020 18: 28 New
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              At any cost.

              Russia is a civilized European state, so the methods you have proposed do not work.
              In this connection, various “chuvyrla”, being your compatriots, are so brave and crap. To quote the article “petty hooliganism” from the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, I don’t see the point, I will not read out the judicial practice either.
              Although, for vandalism last year, the "small Georgian" rolled a real term! So I’ll smile at you, his relatives, lawyers and other riffraff showers threw complaints at the presidential administration, whose name was written on the “obelisk”! Not his embassy or consulate general of France, whose citizenship he also has, but I repeat - the president of the camp where he shatted !!! Amazing distrust of democratic institutions laughing
      2. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 18: 19 New
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        You are a plus. Putin is the guarantor. And if he is a guarantor, then he must comply. And if he can’t, then it means that he is not a guarantor. And if you can but don’t want to, then it’s generally sad
    5. Abbot 8 January 2020 02: 28 New
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      We must rely on people, not freaks.

  2. Grits 6 January 2020 05: 14 New
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    And there is such a nuance - the authorities might not have pursued an anti-Russian policy, or would have led their independent. But. The owner makes you move in this direction, bring up the children of this country, see history, conduct such a policy. I hope everyone knows the name of the owner of these countries.
    1. Shuttle 6 January 2020 09: 04 New
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      Quote: Gritsa
      And there is such a nuance - the authorities might not have pursued an anti-Russian policy, or would have led their independent. But. The owner makes you move in this direction, bring up the children of this country, see history, conduct such a policy. I hope everyone knows the name of the owner of these countries.

      - To call a procurator a hegemon! Do not say extra words! Do you understand?! ®Mikhail Bulgakov.
  3. Thrifty 6 January 2020 05: 28 New
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    Nazarii hi on the one hand, it’s good that there are still monuments and cemeteries of our dead soldiers, and their condition is good. But what about official policy of the same Poland, where, in the framework of the notorious desovetization, monuments to our fallen soldiers were decided and demolished? It is possible that the same unenviable fate is destined for this monument!
    1. bessmertniy 6 January 2020 05: 56 New
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      It is likely that this monument survived not because of the special love of the Poles for the liberators, but because it is located on a tourist route. The Polish tourism business is aimed at delivering maximum pleasure to customers, because: more positive - more tourist flow - more profit. what
    2. The leader of the Redskins 6 January 2020 08: 01 New
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      Good day. I specifically sidestepped officialdom. Politicians say a lot. This is their bread. But here, ordinary people on the ground, by their deeds often prove the opposite. On my own behalf, I am immensely grateful to the Poles who preserved this small cemetery, who look after it and give us reason to believe in humanity ... And for some reason I want to believe that this monument will remain clean after the loud statements of all politicians. And from them, and from our side ...
      1. serg.shishkov2015 6 January 2020 12: 36 New
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        Thank you for this article! And let's hope that this memorial will remain as it is now!
    3. nesoglasen 6 January 2020 11: 16 New
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      My grandfather was buried in Siedlce, there is a memorial to the fallen soldiers of the Red Army. The memorial is looked after - everything is clean, slanted. True, I was in the 2000s, but those who travel to Poland say that the graves of our soldiers are not touched.
  4. svp67 6 January 2020 05: 29 New
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    Personally, THANKS, to my grandfathers and great-grandfathers, the inhabitants of this Polish town and the author of the article ...
  5. parusnik 6 January 2020 07: 33 New
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    Fools always and everywhere enough.
    ... For example, in Rossosh ... Where in memory of the invaders, the memorial was erected ...
    1. rich 6 January 2020 08: 10 New
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      Good morning, Alex.
      In Rossosh, I’m afraid it smells not just stupid. If the grave of the invaders were used by the locals themselves - God be with her, this could be understood by the mentality of our people. But, the Italians erected the monument, and here it is difficult to believe in the disinterestedness, impartiality and Christian humility of the local administration. Especially comparing the grave of the OCCUPIERS with the grave of the fallen Red Army.
  6. Professor 6 January 2020 08: 18 New
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    It is a pity that the names and initials are engraved on stainless steel - no matter how photographed, still glimpses part of the inscriptions hide.

    I recommend using a polarizer.

    Thanks for the article. hi
  7. Gardamir 6 January 2020 09: 47 New
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    To the author plus. It’s just that the current government is hysterically smearing the Soviet past with black paint, preferring people to be distracted and not see what is happening under their noses.
  8. prior 6 January 2020 10: 10 New
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    And the dates, the dates on the monument
    Only a month and a half was left before the Victory ...
    Everlasting memory !
    1. dauria 6 January 2020 14: 00 New
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      And the dates, the dates on the monument


      I've looked at the dates of birth. Guys from 19 to 50 ... Yes, the war has mowed down ..
      But behind each surname is family and grief. Mothers or widows with kids. And how do you think, how much .. Not a hundred, because millions are lying. Quickly forgot.
    2. bubalik 6 January 2020 16: 10 New
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      And the dates, the dates on the monument
      ,,, some at the end of June.
  9. Operator 6 January 2020 10: 53 New
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    Not long remained to be specified military cemetery - the Poles will demolish it, like everyone else.

    The author of the article has a strange position: nothing that monuments in honor of 559 thousand dead Soviet soldiers were destroyed in Poland, but a thousand cemetery was preserved.
    1. Proxima 6 January 2020 14: 56 New
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      Quote: Operator
      The author of the article has a strange position: nothing that monuments in honor of 559 thousand dead Soviet soldiers were destroyed in Poland, but a thousand cemetery was preserved.

      The dear Operator who wrote this nonsense should think about two questions: who is making such statistics? They destroyed the burial place, signaled to the Unified Center for the Destruction of the Buried Red Army (ECMC - you probably have one) and there the corresponding numbers were displayed on the board ?! And the second: irrevocable losses of the Red Army during the liberation of Poland amounted to a little more 477 thousand people. Does that mean about half of the number of people who were injured, all died and were buried in Poland? But where are almost 200 thousand people, according to your statistics? request And you also need to add those graves of Soviet soldiers that the Poles did not touch! And finally, where did you get such statistics! Didn’t you whisper Gozman and Svanidze for an hour? fool
      Quote: Operator
      Strange position by the author of the article

      Before criticizing another position, it would be nice for you to have your ADEQUATE one.
      1. Operator 6 January 2020 15: 50 New
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        My position was voiced many times: Poles - Russophobia and anti-Semites.

        The dead soldiers of the Red Army in Poland - in 1920 and 1944-45.
        1. Proxima 6 January 2020 15: 52 New
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          Quote: Operator
          My position was voiced many times: Poles - Russophobia and anti-Semites.

          Why give such stupid statistics? I need her somehow comprehend, at least a little.
          1. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 17: 19 New
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            This is a false stereotype. I am not trying to learn about Poland from newspapers and television. Please come to Poland, then you will find that this is not true.
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          Watch less TV
    2. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 17: 13 New
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      You are writing a lie. In Poland, more than 100 graves of Russian soldiers who died during the First and Second World Wars. Can you give me how many graves have been destroyed in the last year? I think not, and if some raged, the authorities quickly fixed it. I remind you that the Poles have been taking care of some cemeteries for more than 000 years, they are well-groomed, look like parks, and this is several hundred thousand graves. I think that even Russians don’t give a damn about the cemeteries of their soldiers 100 years ago ...
  10. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 12: 20 New
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    W Polsce są groby setek tysięcy rosyjskich żołnierzy, zarówno z I jaki II wojny światowej, to razem około 1 000 000 poległych. Polacy troskliwie opiekują się nimi od 100 lat. Zapraszam do Polski, proszę przyjechać i zobaczyć. Ja w swojej miejscowości mam grób rosyjskiego oficera z wojny 1831 roku - ma piękny pomnik.
    1. parusnik 6 January 2020 13: 37 New
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      Eh, go to the Cyrillic alphabet (by the way, this question is being discussed in Poland in your country, but sluggishly) ... And write in Polish Cyrillic .. It will be pretty understandable ... they came up with the Cyrillic alphabet for all Slavs ... Slavic speech in Latin is hard to understand ... Thank you for inviting me and probably taking care of the burial places of the dead Russian and Soviet soldiers. Did I understand correctly? .. hi
      1. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 13: 43 New
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        Tak. Dobrze Pan zrozumiał.
      2. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 12: 49 New
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        Quote: parusnik
        Eh, go to Cyrillic

        I've shown respect, translated what a friend wrote in Google. Comrade, and so does a lot.
    2. Altona 6 January 2020 14: 29 New
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      Quote: Michał Rakowski
      W Polsce są groby setek tysięcy rosyjskich żołnierzy

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      Dziękujemy za zachowanie pamięci o rosyjskich żołnierzach Michał. Bog daje ci zdrowie i dobrobyt!
      1. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 13: 01 New
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        Quote: Altona
        Dziękujemy za zachowanie pamięci o rosyjskich żołnierzach Michał. Bog daje ci zdrowie i dobrobyt!

        Well done, Comrade Major General! but some are not comfortable. Latin in the studio is required. not by suit to use a Google translator.
        1. Altona 7 January 2020 23: 27 New
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          Quote: Oleg (Kharkov)
          Well done, Comrade Major General! but some are not comfortable. Latin in the studio is required. not by suit to use a Google translator.

          ----------------------
          Well, Oleg, the Poles and Ukrainians, like the Belarusians, are not strangers to me. As for the translation, I check the design of the Google translator through my knowledge of the syntax (subject + predicate-circumstance-attribute) and vocabulary (through comparative word formation, well, I stupidly know that dyakoy = thank you, zolnezh = soldier and so on).
    3. Oleg (Kharkov) 7 January 2020 12: 52 New
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      oficera z wojny 1831 roku - ma piękny pomnik.

      plus you, comrade!
      tell me what makes you do good things? to my shame, I would never have thought of coming to my cemetery in my spare time, tidying up someone else’s grave, someone else’s man who gave his life for the sake of my unborn parents, me, my daughter ... but it seemed to me that I am a patriot. that I honor the memory of those people. but in fact I didn’t do anything ... and I won’t force myself. maximum, I can do what kind of photo story about the Kharkov graves ...
      1. Michał Rakowski 7 January 2020 13: 19 New
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        I think it’s normal in Poland to look after graves. The dead deserve memory and respect. This also applies to military cemeteries. We remember our soldiers and enemies. May both lie in the world ...
  11. Romka 6 January 2020 13: 11 New
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    On one of the neighboring branches, I just wrote that in Poland, with the preservation of the graves, everything is in order. Out of order for many commentators. Try to come to Poland on the eve of All Saints Day (01.11.), Visit the cemetery and understand how the memory of the dead is honored there. Thanks to the author.
  12. Altona 6 January 2020 14: 25 New
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    The memory of those who died for the liberation of Poland, my grandfather did not reach, his 380 rifle division freed Poland and reached Berlin, and he died in Belarus and lies in the same memorial. Glory to the great Polish and Soviet Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky. Glory to all the fallen from a soldier to a general to break the ridge of Nazism and fascism. Glory to the soldiers of the Polish Army and the Ludova Army.
  13. BAI
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    But we have a monument to them in the Nile Desert (there is no cemetery). There is Katyn. In Tver there is. At what we were far from liberators. But is there a monument in Poland to the Red Army soldiers who died in 1920?
    And about the military fraternity - "4 tankmen and a dog." Better not do it.
    1. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 17: 16 New
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      Such a monument is in the city of Ossuv near Warsaw. I live nearby, and every year the candles for the Day of the Dead are lit on November 1. The Poles will burn these candles ...
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    Quote: Michał Rakowski
    come to Poland

    On the tank.
    1. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 18: 01 New
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      It is statements like you that destroy Polish-Russian relations ...
      1. balunn 9 January 2020 11: 36 New
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        The world is not without freaks ...
        Do not mind it
  15. sergo1914 6 January 2020 19: 50 New
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    And now let the author go through the graves on the territory of the former USSR. Russia, especially. Our every May 9th screaming about memory. And in real life? Not only the mausoleum is curtained. According to mass graves, microdistricts ... roads .... cottage villages ... and St. George's ribbons along the roads in May. Together with garbage and gon .... moder ... rubber used products. But "We Remember ..." how did the memory of those who fell in a terrible war become a reason for earning? It’s good that real veterans didn’t live up to this. I'm afraid my grandfather either cut his throat or loaded it into the tower with the current ... leaders.
  16. nekromonger 6 January 2020 20: 07 New
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    just don’t listen to the propaganda of kissel and evening m ... dialer, but rather don’t look at the zomboyaschik at all and there will be all zb.s.
  17. steelmaker 6 January 2020 21: 17 New
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    In Poland, demolished more than a hundred monuments to Soviet soldiers! And one memorial is not an indicator. In Poland, if there were more normal people, freaks would not be elected to power !!
    1. e-sam 6 January 2020 21: 46 New
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      In Poland, demolished more than a hundred monuments to Soviet soldiers! And one memorial is not an indicator.

      The Red Army for Poland was exactly the same conquering army as the Wehrmacht. It is strange that there are generally some memorials to Soviet soldiers preserved.
    2. Michał Rakowski 6 January 2020 22: 26 New
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      Let me remind you that in Poland we have not one, but 13 cemeteries for Russian soldiers. 000 from the first war, 6350 from the war of 13 and 1920 from the Second World War. About 6500 Russian soldiers are buried. Each year, these 1 cemeteries need to mow grass, rake leaves, half of them more than 000 years old. Poles have been taking care of these cemeteries for 000 years. For us, the graves are sacred, friends and enemies ...
    3. 30143 11 January 2020 23: 12 New
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      Dear, Steelworker! That's all, as it were, to put it mildly, whistling! Drive yourself and see how they contain the graves of our fathers and grandfathers!
      And you will see clearly.
  18. New Year day 7 January 2020 18: 33 New
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    Thank! one of my grandfathers in Poland lies. I hope the grave is also well-groomed
  19. Rusfaner 9 January 2020 17: 53 New
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    In the same places - the town of Pszczyna (near Auschwitz) and in it, between the Catholic and Protestant cemeteries - Soviet. 15 thousand, two thirds are nameless. The cleanliness is perfect. He praised the locals, they grinned: "We are not fighting the dead either!"
  20. 30143 11 January 2020 23: 08 New
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    I've been to Catholic Christmas in Berlin and ....


    and this is at the expense of the Germans
  21. Dzungar 16 January 2020 21: 02 New
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    Forty years old, made before the 43rd year ......