DISINFO: Revision of the World War II history is state position of Warsaw
During the liberation of Poland, hundreds of thousands of Soviet soldiers and officers died, in order to prevent the Poles from turning into raw materials for soap factories. Here it is the Polish “gratitude”! Warsaw has long made the World War II history revision its state position. Approaching a climax every year, the essence of which is to prove that the USSR was preparing to attack the Third Reich.
This message is an example of the Kremlin’s policy of historical revisionism. According to this policy, the official Russian historiography is the only “true” way of interpreting the historical events of the countries of Eastern and Central Europe. On January 9th, the Polish Parliament adopted a resolution “condemning the provocative and untrue statements by representatives of the highest authorities of the Russian Federation attempting to hold Poland liable for the Second World War”. WWII started when Nazi Germany attacked Poland on September 1, 1939, with Soviet troops entering Polish territory on September 17. By the early part of 1939 Hitler had become determined to invade and occupy Poland. Secret negotiations between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union led to the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in Moscow on August 23–24. In a secret protocol of this pact, the Germans and the Soviets agreed that Poland should be divided between them, with the Western part of the country going to Germany and the eastern two-thirds being taken over by the USSR. Read more here.
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