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so when you want to be president or injury. or some want to be. considered to be for us this is what before three in the morning can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters about our. first sip. for more than thirty years peter's sick soul from austria has been searching for information about soviets who fell in austria cheering world war two. his work is important because the false vacation of world war two history has reached unprecedentedly high levels some pages are being rewritten while others are simply being deleted.
it. isn't mention. jesus or god like you fall in the reading. you can become a scene in wood in time for about the. basic ivory is that snow day three q all it mention her and would they get says the roads are slick. his house new grass is now a repository for documents and they're processing. his unique databases allowed hundreds of russians to trace the burial sites of their fathers grandfathers and great
grandfathers peter's magnum opus is this book it contains data on about sixty thousand subi its citizens buried in austria. it will see. the countries for data at all to me over here. full year if i see makes immediate india's most men invent the selfie. indian act and think if i live in d.c. . and i mean called. finding burial sites is complicated because you need to scrutinise maps of the frontlines reports and burial documents you sometimes have to scour through several hectares of land and it's even harder to find the names of unknown soldiers because truth seeker of truth six sixty shashi the name familiar if you hadn't been you kept most against us will be at those events even so it's only on. own steam
a for with us and i've had some issues various bits of always been around for a bunch of leaks they trying to. with the help of the austrian black cross which peter is a member of the grooves of soviet soldiers are found and taken care of. the statue of a soviet soldier in the center of vienna is one of the most beautiful and well maintained in europe. but here is an austrian history book. and i'm garance was as part of court take it badly cut all he can start and end this thing said standing start poor now sought to be gone and. that they could come deal you do want to. live this attempt is made of going to be inferred sold are just interested. into
on just cause your father is my way i'll just cancel the slot i was on stand and all the new and finest. schools on. the christie crap psyllium center i prieto this year how be it but for a hundred six now and then. in just a bit but sailing with the its banks a bit. skewed from your name. and it seems that states have clinging on peco the homes of good moods. based off of feed us who need to increase. and so bring in that meeting need at least some kind and raise. the hope of peace and
perhaps. see lover isn't so good to stay mates and significant east fifty seconds who seem to feast. but he says that he's a power for and in. think i need to meet to shift long eight feet at. this burial site used to be completely hidden by a tool hedge of from the trees. peter so much of it of the trees were cut down so that soviet soldiers graves are now as visible as all those. ts toward a man in serbia had i was three men being depleted big me the same as his can i go make iraq's new media player but. the five point star is a symbol of the red army according to tradition such stars are placed on the graves of soviet soldiers as a token of respect and recognition. like
their core warmly you know i thought they were good people. but you still feed. me up but they're there because they i mean. yeah a dozen years ago i thought yes over that and that's what a couple of warsaw university students think and no wonder since most european textbooks saying exactly that there is not a single mention of the fact that pre-war poland in one nine hundred thirty four was the first european country to sign a non-aggression pact with hitler the pilsen ski hitler backed and poland the quote victim of russia unquote acted before the official start of world war two. the munich agreement for me to germany to annex parts of czechoslovakia hundred cohen
between nine hundred thirty eight and nine hundred thirty nine a fact that's not included in the official history of world war two. however this military aggression could be considered the beginning of the. poland and hungary invaded czechoslovakia before hitler invaded poland is is hidden as the beginning of the war is because it's very embarrassing because. and hungry working already with the nazis in czechoslovakia they invaded it and then chamberlain comes and signs you can dream it and france and england basically threw czechoslovakia under the bus and they don't really want us to remember that party c. but they just abandon them and again we have had been for stalin coming on the eastern front. lisa encouraged by this sick sense deputy foreign minister again jim baker doing that in the forthcoming with russia poland along with its
early in japan would be allied with germany and they would divide among themselves the huge piii of the same beat cuny and as hitler cool dates. they were planning to occupy land from the baltic sea to the blank sea and to annex the western territories of the u.s.s.r. . but hitler had his sights set on them uncombed wasn't included in the plans germany in fact to take. europe looked on in silence at this difficult moment having lost in faith in the west moscow move troops to poland. on fungus the twenty third nine hundred thirty nine unknown aggression pact was signed between the u.s.s.r. and germany the model its own banked the us as a position was that it was entering eastern europe to pertain to its slavek brotherhoods ukrainians and bena russians from fascist invaders. historical is good just push him in the final today but they don't know what else
is the worst they've got such a go shit just because you have to go to go to jail even your toes get on a train noble by skillful voice just reduction of it to chill in the night. that you're going to just get chased and obvious of of it will force on your thoughtfulness. be on them the life of one of us. the media on the types that are by me. to top. up show. now you're free of course or. the institute of national remembrance in poland lobbied for legislation to demolish soviet era monuments including statues of red army soldiers on june the twenty second twenty seventeen the polish lower house approved this law. for me keep
the visible beach at only twenty of us when us through the mucho visible and you get spun naked love is what it should be a top is a falling year you have to be schooling sure should learn those the kittle in the bush in shelton's you built a bit of food there is a pony in the timothy. this is what happened to poland when it was occupied by the third reich sion nine hundred thirty nine it ceased to exist as an independent state. but polish textbooks ignored this. serious concern years i was up a cigarette check it out of the let's go there goes at this but g.-d. politico there really chris it doesn't. taste. good but it. don't really get it we kissed us it just it stay there they go for people like. you so. strong. less able to look
back at us. more in remembrance of a marks the seventy third anniversary of victory in europe over fascism this is one of the most important dates on the russian calendar that can't be said of the europeans and americans we discuss how that conflict continues to impact question view of the world to this day. disappointed to know that armenia is not for ukraine or georgia and that our experience is unique to certain extent we're building on the success and the
failures of past efforts to address the issues that you're talking about so in many ways we're you we have a leg up on anything that's been tried in the past this is not just a democrat a grassroots effort by the armenian people for the armenian people. apply for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside guides. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the funnel school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spending two hundred twenty million and one player. it's an experience like nothing else not to because i want to show what i think what i know about the beautiful guy was great so one more chance with. the thinks this minute.
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must always. be a. look to see what you sow though for your going that's of course in much of what family what a mockery of it's i'm at you service all the time. the polish memorial society unites many people who believe that russians and poles are not enemies but brothers just like austrian peeta six zero zero years is doing an important job over a period of four years five soviet soldiers symmetries were restored as well as twenty six statues and as j.j. puts it lots of separate graves many poles are against the demolition of soviet monuments every year on november the second on remembrance day people bring candles and flowers to the graves of soviet soldiers. and it's here freedom point. and rain is political own people eat the cut the meat suit is in the mainstream
it is and he fish the people eat the kidneys deep into it's approved it's. logical your house up it was up on if it off should i would. be. austere dim view on it yet yeah of course it was a bomb it was of it was up and i knew it would look like much of. america much of the top of an army by and we got those watery three other. out of what up. the on the demolition of soviet soldiers statues the pages of these textbooks the attempt to expunge the soviet union's leading role in the victory of the fascism from history these things are not always done open the day. of peace and phased. in match play. game with me indifferent what i'm three krzycki
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attempts to revise world war two history started during the cold war when full my lies became enemies. well i think world war two has been distorted incredibly bar the anglo-american media and that's because they wanted to minish the role of russia. and stalin who actually defeated hitler you know it wasn't the united states and britain that defeated him it was really stalin we were frankly on the ropes if it hadn't been for the russians. a fresh wave of world war two history phone speak ations started in the one nine hundred ninety s. the soviet union collapsed the warsaw pact ceased to exist and opponents immediately took advantage of that. and.
said this is space since we. should become an east might have been found only to. be a bit in my league. i'm going to. study not the much you make. up when. you do. you have to say i mean. yes that's been a big mistake we violated all these nonproliferation treaties which you know occurred in our case under reagan. to again but according to some brutalizing its history is still possible.
in the eyes of some with i'm citing even. deep seated like the. americans i would say i'm not american but american really without without them i think the whole europe would be speaking german today. please think of it like that. along with their allies. here it. would if it was the usa like the usa all the choir there were two chainz i remembered that. the usa. who defeated the america that's what they told me america for they say in the bog that
we went over there and we bore them for all. the whole world what it what and what the german we would all be if we could german right. in the one nine hundred forty s. confronted with the great peril of non-si germany the world heard something rather different. the united states understands that the soviet union is bearing the brunt of war from a letter addressed by u.s. president roosevelt to stand in. one nine hundred forty two. the exploits of the forces and partisans and the toil and suffering of the suv and civilian population go down in history for ever wrote british prime minister winston churchill eight hundred nine hundred forty four. the british prime minister was mistaken there is no mention of that the trees of the red and all the suffering of the savior people
in european history books. does this national asians. cheer the soviet army out for ya cluster strike alert crews get off on the show to feel it more than the shifts triomphe especially. is the head of the soviet monuments and gradients society in potsdam the society ten soviet graveyards and restores the names of foreign red army soldiers. she's awfully tough but how barack the ticker was fun may often drop o. thomas here but up a file rushed out but some defiance and feel it often soon undercut. a script. of the show i answered i also log off it's why mustn't i walk
into. all the shouldn't be unarmed because it's just punch. wouldn't all total results really turn to shit she on the side there's still. the old although it not make you can. also write on your slide off the. leash. it's bought off before i will not start sex and smugglers and feel that's a lot for the filter saw in all countries are taught. it to your eyes or car and house or car pursuits and. we all know it's not all times you see she is a tall friend and you felt assured she only doggedly. wolfgang dating is retired but nevertheless accomplishes much at his own expense along with his kindred spirits. in poland and pieces six zero in austria.
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today many among the european elites prefer to overlook the fact that back then there was no one in europe who could actually fight back against fascism the government. of some countries into a while for the others it was a matter of days before they capitulated. fronts lasted forty three days poland thirty six greece twenty four norway twenty four belgium eighteen yugoslavia eleven the netherlands five albania three denmark one and chittister bankia surrendered without a fight. the u.s.s.r. food on for four years. neither the
soviet authorities nor the people ever dreamt about leaving their country at the mercy of fascists that's why born over europe there are millions of graves of soviet soldiers. and this is how former us secretary of defense william perry assesses the situation on the eastern front back then. the brunt of this suffering was borne by the soviet union. almost half of the deaths in world war two were suffered by the soviet union both in the red army and among the civilian population and they played a decisive role in the finally final victory over nazi germany this is something that i recognize this opinion is shared by those who took part in the fights retired american army colonel and world war two veteran franco ford with the t.
force field reconnaissance group but the elba. we of course never saw the russian soldiers fighting but we had plenty of reports about it and we understood. they were very aggressive and they did a very good job and they moved all the way through. through russia through poland and into germany we were very lucky because. the infantry went first and then we came afterwards. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education is being supplanted by the right to access education. higher education is becoming just another product that can be pulled and sold so this is not just about education anymore it's also about running a business where you could no models at bruges could this also the kind of little
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