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The corpses of victims of the NKVD murdered in last days of June 1941, in one of the NKVD prisoner massacres just after outbreak of the German-Soviet War.

NKVD Order No. 00485. From Wikipedia ...

NKVD chief Genrikh Yagoda (middle) inspecting the construction of the Moscow-Volga canal, 1935

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Nikolai Yezhov, head of the NKVD from 1936–1938

Latvian Operation of the NKVD. From Wikipedia ...

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The "Polish Operation"

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NKVD document issued sentencing blind "Ukrainian pensioner bandurist" Ivan Kucherenko to execution by shooting. The title of the signatory (in Russian: ...

Territories of Poland annexed by the Soviet Union. From Wikipedia ...

The Polish-language entry in Wikipedia on Zadzierski („Wołyniak”) says on April 18, 1945 his unit, “pacified the Ukrainian village of Piskorowice, ...

The Polish Operation of the NKVD

The “Polish Operation” of Soviet NKVD in 1937-1938 was a mass operation of the NKVD secret service targeted against ethnic Poles in the Soviet Union, ...

Introduction. Excerpt of NKVD Order No. 00447


A large group of Polish Prisoners of War

Evacuation of Polish civilians from the USSR in World War II

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Soviet document affirming the occurrence of grain confiscation of peasants who didn't meet procurement quotas:

The Saker: Why Russia won't invade the Ukraine, the Baltic statelets or anybody else

Soviet document calling farms who didn't meet procurement standards “class aliens”

Slave laborers digging irrigation ditch in Nazi camp in Poland, 1940.


Kola Norwegians, aka Kolanordmenn, at the Soviet border with Finland in 1927 (Image

Joseph Stalin. premier of Soviet Union


The Polish constitution of March 1921 gave Jews full citizenship and the same rights as ethnic Poles as well as freedom of worship.

General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

Are all Poles synced?


More than 1.8 milion peasants were deported in 1930–1931. The campaign had the stated purpose of fighting counter-revolution and of building socialism in ...

... dispute but whitewashing the 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland and erasing over one million of Polish victims of the Soviet #WWII tyranny stinks of Stalin ...

A Polish Communist Party poster.

The Deportation of the Chechens and Ingush, also known as Aardakh (Chechen: Аардах), Operation Lentil (Russian: Чечевица, Chechevitsa; Chechen: Вайнах ...

8, 1920 Illustrated Sunday Herald: "There is no need to exaggerate the part played in the creation of Bolshevism and in the actual bringing about of the ...

Front Page of The New York Times on November 11, 1918; Credit – Wikipedia

Soviet Invasion of Europe

Nazi crimes against the Polish nation - The Reader Wiki, Reader View of Wikipedia

Leon Trotsky, in 1929, shortly before being driven out of the Soviet Union.

Flood (and Goldsmith) and, for that matter, Barr, are serious people; they're not going to run a flaky operation like Benghazi, for example.


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Warsaw, Poland, July 7, 2016. A rally organized by nationalist, borderland and patriotic groups in front of the Sejm in Warsaw.


Personal memoir: My family in the Polish-Ukrainian borderlands killing zone

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The Jewish Role in the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia's Early Soviet Regime


Soviet famine children - Droughts and famines in Russia and the Soviet Union - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Four Myths about Stepan Bandera

A 1943 file photo showing Polish ...

Document of peasant being denied internal passports, that could of allowed him to flee the famine:

Poland's Century

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Exhumation of the Katyń forest massacre victims, murdered in 1940, by order of Soviet authorities

Amnesty for Polish citizens in the Soviet Union

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A UN sponsored Commission for Historical Clarification in 1999 concluded that a genocide had taken place at the hands of the US-backed Guatemalan army, ...

“The Katyn Forest Massacre: Final Report.” Select Committee to Conduct Investigation and Study of the Facts, Evidence, and Circumstances of the Katyn Forest ...

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The Rape of Poland: Pattern of Soviet Aggression. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1948.

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"The analysis of closed cases indicates that in the matter at hand we encountered a single thoroughly developed plan to organize an armed uprising in ...

President of Russia and Prime Minister of Poland Leszek Miller in 2002

The German police had the help of Ukrainian and Baltic collaborators in Poland, and they had the forced cooperation of the Jewish police of the ghetto.

Vladimir Lenin

The accepted proposal of Lavrentiy Beria to execute former Polish army and police officers in NKVD prisoner of war camps and prisons.

During the celebration with the veterans of the Great Patriotic in Kremlin, Putin made a statement about a fate of the Russian people if the Nazi Germany ...

Joseph Stalin, a Lifelong Editor, Wielded a Big, Blue, Dangerous Pencil | Open Culture

EasternBloc - World War II - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia \ Post-war Soviet territorial expansion; resulted in Central European border changes the ...

Soviet document asking the secret police to check houses for who meet grain payments

4.43 'Long live the leader of the Soviet people — great Stalin', Vladislav Pravdin & Nikolai Denisov, 1947, Iskusstvo (Moscow, Leningrad), edn 200,000

Front Page of The New York Times on November 11, 1918; Credit – Wikipedia


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Yanovka, Kherson, Ukraine, Russian Empire

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Aerial photo (October 13, 1943). Center (circled): mass graves


UPA insurgents from the Kosiv region (photo from Litopys Ukrains'koi Povstans'koi Armii) Source


In 1991 the USSR collapsed, and in 1994 he was able to return—now from an external exile in the USA—to his beloved Russia where he then began to describe ...

Poland 1939:

The first five Marshals of the Soviet Union in November 1935. (l-r): Mikhail Tukhachevsky, Semyon Budyonny, Kliment Voroshilov, Vasily Blyukher, ...