Red Army

By IndepthAfrica
In Europe
Jun 13th, 2012
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Nikolai MALISHEVSKI Part I Contrary to the claims circulating in the Polish media, mass executions of Russian prisoners of war in Poland in 1919-1920 are not a propaganda myth. One of the earlies accounts of the massacres can be found in “Jak to było w armii austriackiej (How it was in the Aust...
By IndepthAfrica
In Europe
Jun 13th, 2012
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Nikolai MALISHEVSKI Last spring, the European Court of Human Rights issued a landmark decision that Russia was not guilty of the massacre of Polish soldiers and officers in Katyn. Apart from relatively minor aspects, Warsaw lost the case which was central to its historical agenda, but, unfairly, the ...
By benim
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Feb 14th, 2011
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Revolutions can be short and bloody, or slow and peaceful. Each is different, though there are recurring patterns – including some that were on show in Egypt. Trotsky once remarked that if poverty was the cause of revolutions, there would be revolutions all the time because most people in the w...