Poland issues an invoice for World War II (Part 2)

In no country of conquered Europe were such murderous actions of two occupiers carried out both simultaneously and separately, especially in the form of exterminating the leaders of the occupied nation. The mass shootings of Poles in the Kampinos Forest took place at the same time the Polish officers were murdered in Katyn. Maciej Rosalak […]

Jewish victims of Katyń Massacre. The Soviets killed everybody in a Polish uniform

There were many Jews among those murdered in Katyń. One of them was the Chief Rabbi of the Polish Army. Marek Gałęzowski During the battle of Wołomin, which was one of many as part of the well-known Battle of Warsaw, when the armoured train „Paderewski” „started to move backwards toward Wołomin railway station and would […]

Siberian Exile in Polish History (Part 4)

Russian terror against the Poles reflects Moscow’s fear of freedom which has been Poland’s organizing principle in the Eastern Borderlands of Western Civilization. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz (…) The Siberians: A Sample Although we have kept the narrative impersonal for the most part, it is imperative to describe a few outstanding individuals who suffered because they […]

Siberian Exile in Polish History (Part 3)

Russian terror against the Poles reflects Moscow’s fear of freedom which has been Poland’s organizing principle in the Eastern Borderlands of Western Civilization. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz (…) Siberia: 1939-1956 Although we concern ourselves here with the victims of the Gulag and the crimes of the Communists, our introduction would be incomplete without a reference to […]

Only few survived the Katyn Massacre

  Only three percent of prisoners from Kozielsk, Starobielsk and Ostaszków avoided execution. Tomasz Stańczyk On 30 April 1940, a transport of officers from Kozielsk camp reached a railway station in Gniezdowo. A NKVD colonel called Stanisław Swianiewicz away and separated him from the rest. Swianiewicz was the only survivor among those transported on that […]

Murderers’ lie. How the Soviets tried to cover up the Katyn Massacre

The Soviets tried to pin the blame for their crime on the Germans. Witnesses were tracked and killed – interview with Professor Nikolay Ivanov, researcher of Soviet crimes. PIOTR WŁOCZYK: Who can be named the main architect of “the Katyń Lie”? PROFESSOR NIKOLAY IVANOV: The same man who was responsible for carrying out that crime, […]

Murderers from Katyń speak. “Even the dogs fled at the sight of us”

We know almost everything about the victims of the Katyń crime. The killers still hide in the shadow. Piotr Zychowicz The killers came from Moscow to Kalinin – bearing the name of Twer before the revolution – in a special parlour car. The group was led by Vasili Blokhin, Czekist [a member of Cheka, the […]