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Remains of 46 Soviet soldiers reburied in Poland

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In Poland, in the city of Chojna, a burial ceremony was held yesterday at the military cemetery of the remains of the 46-ti Red Army soldiers who died during World War II, reports Look With reference to the representative of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Vladimir Popov.

Remains of 46 Soviet soldiers reburied in Poland


“The remains of Soviet soldiers were found during construction work in the town of Rech, West Pomeranian Voivodeship. The names of four of them managed to identify. In the near future, they will be entered into the electronic database "Memory of the People" of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation "- said Popov.

The granddaughter of one of the identified soldiers, Lyudmila Nikulina, came to the funeral ceremony.

According to the officer, at the military cemetery of World War II in Hoin "in 58 mass graves buried more than 4 thousand soldiers of the Red Army, the names of 794 of them are set."

The newspaper reminds that more than 600 thousand Soviet soldiers died during the war in Poland. Only at the memorial cemetery in Warsaw more than 22-thousand of Soviet soldiers are buried.
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  1. WE ARE MAKING
    WE ARE MAKING 10 June 2015 12: 16
    +19
    Bright memory. Thanks to the Poles.
    1. Uncle
      Uncle 10 June 2015 12: 18
      +9
      Quote: AGAIN
      Thanks to the Poles.

      Thank God that is so. And the monument is original and beautiful.
      1. Linkor9s21
        Linkor9s21 10 June 2015 12: 28
        +3
        Honestly, it’s even a shame, in Russia we don’t care about the monuments of those killed in the Second World War.
        Here in the news recently I saw that the graves are looked after in Russia, the Germans, they pay to keep them in order.
        Not in cities of course, but in villages, etc.
        1. 222222
          222222 10 June 2015 13: 03
          +1
          Linkor9s21 (1) RU Today, 12:28 ↑
          Honestly, it’s even a shame, in Russia we don’t care so much about the monuments of those who died in the Second World War[email protected]
          .. it’s a shame to double when the critic does not write. what he personally did in this matter ...
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 10 June 2015 13: 00
      +5
      Quote: AGAIN
      Bright memory. Thanks to the Poles.

      So the Poles are not completely missing, since they still paid tribute to the blessed memory of our soldiers.
    3. vodolaz
      vodolaz 10 June 2015 13: 23
      0
      Are there still among the Poles those who remember?
      1. sgazeev
        sgazeev 10 June 2015 17: 00
        0
        Quote: vodolaz
        Are there still among the Poles those who remember?

        A special place in the settlement of Western Poland belonged to the Poles from the cities of Lviv and Ternopol, over 100 thousand of whom were moved to the West, and Ukrainians from Eastern Poland (Zabuzhie, Podlashie), 150 thousand of whom were moved to new lands during the operation "Wisla". So remember.
  2. BAIKALETS
    BAIKALETS 10 June 2015 12: 16
    +11
    Yes. Policy is one. Memory and respect are another.
  3. A-Sim
    A-Sim 10 June 2015 12: 17
    +8
    Your name is unknown. Your feat is immortal.
  4. Stalker.1977
    Stalker.1977 10 June 2015 12: 18
    +8
    Kowtow to our grandfathers liberators, sleep peacefully faithful sons of their homeland.
  5. Anti-ukra
    Anti-ukra 10 June 2015 12: 19
    +9
    It is gratifying to know such news. To the fallen soldiers of the kingdom of heaven and eternal memory. Thanks to the Poles.
  6. kursk87
    kursk87 10 June 2015 12: 21
    +4
    Soviet soldiers died in the battles for the liberation of Poland from fascism, but the Polish authorities forget about it and try to make the USSR an aggressor, and the Soviet soldiers evil invaders, try to suggest that it was the United States that determined the outcome of World War II
    1. Stalker.1977
      Stalker.1977 10 June 2015 12: 25
      +2
      Not all of these, a lot of those who remember those events are still alive, and not all Poles support their power.
      1. kursk87
        kursk87 10 June 2015 12: 31
        +2
        You are right. Not all Polish citizens adhere to the position of the authorities regarding Soviet soldiers. But it is the official authorities that determine the path along which the country is moving and affects public opinion, supporting those Polish leaders who are aggressive towards everything Russian
  7. Frigate
    Frigate 10 June 2015 12: 22
    +8
    All the same, not everything is so bad in Poland. This makes me happy.
    More than 600 thousand fighters fell. LIGHT MEMORY OF WARS.
  8. Lyton
    Lyton 10 June 2015 12: 34
    +5
    Indeed, thanks to the Poles for this, otherwise we have recently heard some nasty things from their authorities.
    Eternal memory of the dead, as I understand it was discovered by chance, the burial was not designated.
  9. Million
    Million 10 June 2015 12: 35
    +2
    This is human!
  10. Oznob
    Oznob 10 June 2015 12: 43
    +3
    Thanks to the Poles!
  11. Islander
    Islander 10 June 2015 12: 50
    +3
    The Poles showed that they too can think independently, and that people too.

    In fact, no matter what is pouring from the lips of their politicians, I perceive this people from the film "Three Poles, a Georgian and a Dog".
    1. BAIKALETS
      BAIKALETS 10 June 2015 13: 20
      0
      "Three Poles, a Georgian and a dog." A "Four tankmen and a dog"?
  12. BAIKALETS
    BAIKALETS 10 June 2015 13: 18
    +2
    People remember. But not a trash in power.
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  15. KERTAK
    KERTAK 10 June 2015 13: 44
    0
    Commendable.
  16. Alexnder
    Alexnder 10 June 2015 13: 50
    +1
    Well, they can if politicians do not intervene.
    Blessed memory of the fallen!
  17. Khagysh
    Khagysh 10 June 2015 16: 03
    +1
    Good deed done, will be counted!