Create a Memorial to Saved Heroes


In a number of countries of Eastern Europe, for example, in the Baltic countries, Poland, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, a genuine war unfolded with monuments to Soviet soldiers who liberated these countries from fascism. Everyone understands that this struggle is not so much with monuments as with historical the truth about the role of the Soviet Union and its armed forces in the cause of victory in the Great Patriotic and World War II. The Russian Foreign Ministry is always decisively responding to these egregious acts. But the Foreign Ministry is a diplomatic structure, and, accordingly, its reaction cannot go beyond diplomatic etiquette.


Unfortunately, diplomatic etiquette is perceived by many as weakness, indecision and even helplessness. Numerous social groups formed on the basis of inciting ethnic hatred, Russophobia and other phobias associated with everything that does not glorify the exclusivity of only their nation (yes, and their patron too) understand only the language of power.

The diplomatic framework does not allow to go beyond the bounds of decency. And now not only helpless monuments are crumbling - after all, the fallen heroes can no longer protect themselves. Hatred of the brutal local population also falls on guests from Russia, and now, Belarus and even Ukraine. The fact of the beating in Poland of a group of five tourists, among whom was affected, attention, a girl (!), Was commented on Russian television on February 12, p. d. What is the difference between this group of "Slavic brothers" of seven people and a pack of vicious stray dogs?

The distortion of the historical truth about the causes of the Second World War, coupled with a genuine information war unleashed against Russia in some countries, received a positive response among young people, adults, among whom there are many politicians. The seed lay on the soil that had been washed away by plentiful lies. But the Red Army at the cost of huge sacrifices saved the population of these countries from destruction and slavery, since the Slavs were not recognized by the Nazis as the Aryan race. But who here remembers this?

What can we do to save the honor and memory of our great ancestors? The author has long had an idea of ​​an asymmetric answer in this regard. But it can be implemented only with the energetic support of the president of the country, this project looks too large. Unfortunately, it was not possible to break through the circulation through existing electronic services. Therefore, I am publishing this open letter to V.V. on this portal, designed to support the security issues of the Motherland. Putin is the leader of the nation.



Create a Memorial to Saved Heroes





Dear Vladimir Vladimirovich!

Taking into account the approaching date of the 75th anniversary of the Victory over fascist Germany and its satellites, as well as in anticipation of the celebration of another great date - the 800th anniversary of the memory of the Holy Blessed Prince Alexander Nevsky, I propose a project whose main essence boils down to the following provisions:

• Create a Memorial to Saved Heroes on the territory of, for example, the region of the Leningrad Region and carry out the removal of monuments scolded by modern vandals to their homeland for installation in the Memorial.

• Within the framework of the Memorial, create an interactive museum with access to it through the World Wide Web, filling with content in many languages, especially those countries from which monuments will be taken out to save them.

• During the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Victory, organize the laying of a symbolic stone in the foundation of the “Alley of Saved Heroes” by you personally together with the heads of state participating in the celebrations.

• The Memorial should include not only the bright side, but also the “dark” side. Our descendants should know those who desecrated the sacred names of fallen heroes, as well as those power structures that closed their eyes, and some supported and even organized vandalism of the XNUMXst century. Thus, historical memory materializes in stone.

I believe that this project will serve as a hard lesson for those who launched a bacchanal of war with monuments to fallen heroes who can no longer fend for themselves.

But the Homeland must take all measures to put in its rightful place the entire cohort of lovers of distortion of historical truth for the sake of momentary political goals.

With a proposal to support the project, I applied to the All-Russian Federation of Russian Martial Arts - ROSS (President - Grandmaster A. Retyunskikh), St. Petersburg Club of Knights of the Order of Alexander Nevsky (Chairman of the Presidium V. Kobyako), Rostotsky Cultural and Educational Foundation “A the dawns here are quiet ”(chairman A. Polyakov). All organizations supported the project, a collective letter was even sent to the Governor of the Leningrad Region A.Yu. Drozdenko (Entrance to the Office of the Governor No. 19-826 / 2020 of 28.01.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX).

However, apparently, the project is too large to be possible without your support.

As a retired officer of the Armed Forces of the USSR and the Russian Federation, a veteran of labor and the son of a front-line soldier who went to the front at the age of 17 with an anti-tank rifle in his hands and, therefore, to the front line, went through battles and through Poland, where he was wounded, he’s ready to take part in the project together with organizations that supported me, any other people with human faces in the name of saving the honor and memory of the dead heroes.

I am attaching a brief presentation to this appeal explaining some aspects of the project.
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  1. Same lech 13 February 2020 05: 56 New
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    I support Anatoly ... this is already overdue.
    Our soldiers and officers who died during the liberation of Europe would know that there will come a time when their memory will be erased in Europe ... there are simply no words from indignation and contempt. am
    1. novel66 13 February 2020 07: 17 New
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      it's time, it's time !! we will return the heroes to their homeland
      1. WHAT IS 18 February 2020 21: 21 New
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        I support. The correct undertaking !!
    2. Bashkirkhan 13 February 2020 08: 10 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      there will come times when the memory of them will be erased in Europe ... there are simply no words from indignation and contempt.

      In Europe, not a single ally of Russia remained, because the Soviet comrades betrayed everyone. The same officers of the army of the GDR were betrayed. They threw to the mercy of fate the soldiers and officers of our own created army. "We are responsible for those we tamed," wrote Antoine De Saint-Exupery. Therefore, the monuments to Soviet soldiers will be demolished, because this is the price of betrayal.
      1. Same lech 13 February 2020 08: 14 New
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        In Europe, not a single ally of Russia remained, because the Soviet comrades betrayed everyone.

        These allies kept themselves at the expense of the USSR ... they received all the resources from there ... as soon as the USSR became tight with this all friendship ended.
        Although, in some way, I agree with the GDR that it turned out ugly.
        But the collapse of the CMEA would not have been possible without their consent ... communist ideas are a very weak foundation for these states.
        1. bessmertniy 13 February 2020 09: 03 New
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          In addition to the idea, CMEA existed, within the framework of which powerful cooperation was carried out, allowing these countries to develop at a faster pace than they could independently. When economic ties sprang up, everyone lost from this - both we and the countries of Eastern Europe. hi
          1. Lyuba1965_01 13 February 2020 09: 29 New
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            All wrong.
            The Germans from the German Democratic Republic watched their relatives and friends live in Germany and envied them, believing that their attachment to the USSR hindered the development of their country, but they only saw the outside of their "good" life without going into details.
            They considered the Soviet troops on the territory of the GDR to be occupying, although of course they did not say it out loud.
            When the Soviet troops left the GDR, how many ordinary people spoke good words to them?
            At least someone regretted that our troops were leaving there?
            Remember how the GDR, risking their lives, tried to escape through the Berlin Wall.
            And remember how the East Germans rejoiced when this wall collapsed.
            Did they feel at least some gratitude to the USSR?
            This later, much later, something began to reach them, and this was largely because the Germans from West Berlin considered the East Germans to be second-class people.
            1. bessmertniy 13 February 2020 09: 37 New
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              Many also fled to the USA from Cuba - they wanted to live better. They probably live, but Cuba is still alive. hi
              1. Lyuba1965_01 13 February 2020 10: 21 New
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                With the GDR and the Federal Republic of Germany, the matter is different; there is no need to compare it with Cuba.
                Cuba did not want to unite in one state with the States.
                1. bessmertniy 13 February 2020 10: 30 New
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                  And the United States, probably, would not mind adding Cuba to itself, as happened with Puerto Rico. Now, by the way, Puerto Ricans have essentially reunited in one state - the United States, since there are a little more than 3 million of them living on the island today, and more than 4,4 million in the States on the mainland. lol Well, you can only rejoice over the Germans too - they joined together without bureaucracy on the move, and then they already solved the problems that the association created. Unlike our association with Belarus. hi
                  1. Bashkirkhan 13 February 2020 13: 21 New
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                    Quote: bessmertniy
                    Well, you can only rejoice over the Germans too - they joined together without bureaucracy on the move, and then they already solved the problems that the association created.

                    The officer and non-commissioned corps of the former NNA suffered the most from this association. It did not become an integral part of the Bundeswehr, but was simply dissolved. Most former military personnel of the GDR, including generals and colonels, were dismissed. At the same time, service in the NNA was not credited to them for either military or civilian seniority. As a result, East German officers were forced to stand idle in queues at the labor exchange and bob in search of work - often low-paid and unskilled.
            2. WHAT IS 18 February 2020 21: 21 New
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              All our allies are army and navy.
        2. Romka47 17 February 2020 11: 23 New
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          it’s not so beautiful that they broke two button accordions on the wreckage of the wall.
    3. uporov65 17 February 2020 07: 17 New
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      I think that the war is not over yet, and our grandfathers are still at the front. Monuments, this is their height, battle line. Somewhere they / we lost the battle (destroyed the monuments), but the war itself has not yet ended.
  2. passerby 13 February 2020 06: 01 New
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    A good idea
    1. Sergey S. 13 February 2020 07: 28 New
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      Quote: passerby
      A good idea

      I agree.
      But here it is necessary to arrange these exhibits with special meaning.
      For example, along the way from Pulkovo airport to the entrance to Victory Square.
      That would be every guest of the city, flown by plane. or who arrived by car, he saw the feat of some and the meanness of others.
  3. rocket757 13 February 2020 07: 10 New
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    It's worth it! It’s up to the authorities to hope for officials ... to be a big optimist.
    I didn’t want to talk about such a thing ... without a “powerful pusher”, the case could hardly be realized.
    1. Bacha 13 February 2020 07: 34 New
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      Very correct idea. But at the very beginning, "appeal to the leader of the nation." Which nation? Which one with this leader is most captured? Yeah ... He’s not a pusher.
  4. Ru_Na 13 February 2020 07: 51 New
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    The idea is good, even necessary, in the context of the unfolding Russophobia and rewriting of history, but it will be extremely difficult to realize it, because the countries where the desecrated monuments are located will not pass them on to us, because for them it will be a shame, for the whole state, for the whole population !
    1. Uncle lee 13 February 2020 08: 11 New
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      it will be extremely difficult to implement

      Look, brothers, the ashes of N. Kuznetsov, they don’t give away to relatives for reburial!
  5. aybolyt678 13 February 2020 07: 55 New
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    The best monument to our grandfathers would be the revival of Socialism in our country.
  6. aybolyt678 13 February 2020 07: 59 New
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    Can someone tell me whose property these monuments are? did we always put them on our own money or did someone from the "liberated" thankfully erect ???
  7. Lamata 13 February 2020 08: 13 New
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    Putin is not the leader of the nation. And to return the monuments, this is the next phase of our departure and will spur the forgetfulness of those.
  8. Phil77 13 February 2020 08: 22 New
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    Good morning, and what to do with the mass graves of the fallen soldiers? Doesn't it seem to you that those who are engaged in vandalism seek to erase the whole memory of the war, those who liberated their cities at the cost of their own lives? If we remove the monuments to the fallen soldiers then future generations of Europeans will not know at all about the role of Red Army fighters in the defeat of Nazism. How to deal with vandalism? We must think! Expressed his opinion.
  9. Azis 13 February 2020 08: 24 New
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    Removal of monuments scolded by modern vandals to their homeland
    First of all, it is necessary to take out our remains, desecration of their graves I consider more offensive.
  10. BAI
    BAI 13 February 2020 08: 30 New
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    This is an archival business, but neither the Foreign Ministry nor the Government will do it. This is an obstruction of relations with the same non-brothers, half of Europe. Only as a folk project. Our Government already has a favorite toy - the Patriot Park.
    1. Lamata 13 February 2020 09: 08 New
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      Who was the nitb in this park, can give an opinion?
  11. The leader of the Redskins 13 February 2020 08: 31 New
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    Manilovism. One can only dream that huge material and technical means for moving memorials will be dumped. This will not be in the current realities.
    And from the top, we ourselves sow the dragon’s teeth, naively expecting the wheat to grow.
  12. luk
    luk 13 February 2020 08: 53 New
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    Dear editors! I sent an article under the headline: "Relaxed without Hitler." Author
    1. Same lech 13 February 2020 09: 06 New
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      I sent an article under the headline: "Relaxed without Hitler." Author

      Oh how belay ...Are you seriously?
    2. Lamata 13 February 2020 09: 09 New
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      Some kind of annoying name.
  13. Glory1974 13 February 2020 09: 20 New
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    Some monuments can be returned, but by no means! If we take them ourselves, we will lose the fight for the minds in Europe and surrender the latter.
    It is necessary to wage a broad information war. Make videos where the Taliban will destroy monuments and Europeans in one video sequence. Conduct counter-propaganda, etc. relying on healthy forces. There are a lot of normal people who have not forgotten the story, they just are worse organized.
    And against the marginals involved in the destruction of monuments, impose sanctions, open criminal cases, put on the wanted list, seize accounts. If we can’t arrest, attract hackers and steal money from accounts and transfer to charity, let our hackers in the world be considered Robin Hoods
  14. Lyuba1965_01 13 February 2020 09: 36 New
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    It's a shame, a shame for the monuments and burial places of our soldiers.
    It feels like they are dying a second time.
    I do not know what to do.
    On the one hand, the author is right.
    On the other ... these places are extra evidence that it was our fathers and grandfathers who died, freeing Europe from fascism.
    To remove them means to remove the last evidence that these countries were not liberated by the Americans, as they say now, but by Soviet soldiers.
    And I don’t know what to do more correctly, not allowing them to insult their memory.
    Nothing can be done here at the diplomatic level, because they are demolished not just by order of the governments of these countries, but with the consent of the majority of the people.
    1. New Year day 13 February 2020 10: 27 New
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      Quote: Lyuba1965_01
      It feels like they are dying a second time.

      [media = https: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = UVJSNFL87gM]
  15. Ural resident 13 February 2020 10: 04 New
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    This is because the authorities must respond not only with words. It is high time for vandalism to be answered by lowering diplomatic status, in any case with Poland it is time to break off dip relations. Nothing will happen if they are not with one of the EU countries. And it’s time to stop paying money in PACE. And then they just said that we won’t be anymore, ours rejoiced over for joys, and also for the previous years, too, if only to travel to Europe more often.
  16. Po-tzan 13 February 2020 11: 38 New
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    The author has long had an idea of ​​an asymmetric answer in this regard. But it can be implemented only with the energetic support of the president of the country, this project looks too large.


    Let's throw off all together, the whole country. I think that each of us can regularly separate a small amount of our earnings (say, 10%) for export to Russia and the maintenance of scolded monuments. Here, it seems to me, it is necessary to write not to Putin, but to Mishustin (he is in charge of taxes). Let them officially draw up an additional monthly fee on salaries of all concerned in the amount of 10%, let's call it conditionally "Memorial Tithing." Of course, the additional tax should be drawn up only at will, and those who pay it the Memorial Tithing should be given the right to free access to the complex with exported monuments.
    At the same time, we will see how many true patriots we have, who are ready in practice, to support the memory of our grandfathers with our ruble, and how many sofa balabol.
  17. atos_kin 13 February 2020 12: 46 New
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    I believe that the proposal for a "memorial to the saved heroes" is defeatist in nature.
    Appeal to the "leader of the nation", which worships false writers and outright enemies of Russia, is pointless and stupid.
    On the territory of Mother Russia there are many memorials, where the mass of representatives of all those countries in which abuse of Russian memory has calmed down has calmed down. Only an instant response of the RF Ministry of Defense about turning these memorials into a modest birch cross with the following conclusions can cool a little those who want to mock the memory of the fallen. And do not need the worried bellowing of the Foreign Ministry in the "muzzle book"
  18. parusnik 13 February 2020 14: 29 New
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    I fully support ... I especially liked the last point ....
  19. AK1972 13 February 2020 15: 03 New
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    For free, our brothers will not return the monuments for sure. As soon as the project starts to be implemented (if it starts), the prices for monuments will rise, as demand creates supply, they immediately remember the high artistic value and forget how they doused and beat this value with sledgehammers. But in general, the idea is good, correct.
  20. Marina Letskaya 13 February 2020 15: 23 New
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    Thank you Anatoly, it’s time to return our Heroes to their homeland, where they are remembered and honored by their memory.
    1. Phil77 13 February 2020 18: 51 New
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      I greet you Marina! Yes, you know in Europe, after all, there are also decent people who remember and honor the feat of the Soviet soldier-liberator. So, in order for this memory not to go away, these monuments and these mass graves should remain on the land where our guys remained young forever! I repeat, this is my personal opinion. Regards, I.
      1. Marina Letskaya 13 February 2020 19: 10 New
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        I greet you Sergey! I agree with you only partially. I agree with the fact that many honor and remember the feat of our Soviet soldier in Europe, but it is painful to see how this memory is smeared. Although in Russia, there are a lot of memories.
        1. Phil77 13 February 2020 19: 21 New
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          Of course it hurts. It’s painful and insulting! It surprises me that in Germany it doesn’t occur to anyone to demolish or to vandalize monuments and mass graves, and there are a lot of them. So why? And how to deal with these flawed ones? I know! Unfortunately.
          1. Marina Letskaya 13 February 2020 19: 33 New
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            Recently I read that the mayor of Lviv, at the request of relatives about the reburial of the remains of the legendary Kuznetsov in their homeland, decided to arrange a bargain. Even reading about such a vile thing. And really, none of us knows how to deal with it.
            1. Phil77 13 February 2020 19: 40 New
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              Yes, this was an article on VO. Well, the reaction, you know what. Expected. It is simply not clear who these people are? Like the mayor of Lviv and the like? It's 75 years of accumulating hatred in yourself, and secretly. Moreover, some kind of revenge petty, petty, miserable!
              1. Marina Letskaya 13 February 2020 19: 48 New
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                They hate us much longer, probably from the time when they “proclaimed” themselves as a country called Ukraine.
                1. Phil77 13 February 2020 19: 51 New
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                  Yes, this is understandable. But to arrange a bargain regarding the transfer of dust for burial in the homeland? This is already in my opinion simply beyond the line.
                  1. Phil77 13 February 2020 19: 54 New
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                    Okay Marina, I have to go! Simon Beckett was waiting for me. We’ll talk again. Good luck! hi hi hi
                  2. Marina Letskaya 13 February 2020 20: 01 New
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                    Nothing can save these ghouls instilled with hatred of everything Russian-Russian, they are not operable and incurable.
  21. AleBors 18 February 2020 12: 28 New
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    Good deal. Ready to take part.