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  1. Katyn remained a political taboo in the Polish People's Republic until the fall of the Eastern Bloc in 1989. In the Soviet Union during the 1950s, the head of KGB, Alexander Shelepin, proposed and carried out the destruction of many documents related to the Katyn massacre to minimize the chance the truth would be revealed.

  2. Poland lost almost 12,8 million people (citizens) in the war, 1939-46 (date of census), from 35,8 million in August 1939 to 24 million in 1946. Your quoted numbers are 'invented ' figures by the Soviets and their lackeys in the Communist Poland. How many Polish citizens were in fact killed is still unresolved.

  3. Regional governor Vitaliy Kim said today at least four people had died and five injured in the Russian missile strike. 17:03:12 UK to commit extra 1,000 troops to help defend Estonia

  4. Ukraine latest as at least 18 people are killed in a missile strike on a shopping centre in Kremenchuk - part of an "unusually intense wave of strikes" in recent days; the mayor of Kherson has ...

  5. The Soviets responded by bombing targets in the city, killing over a dozen people and wounding many others, and much of the city's bazaar was burned. Meanwhile, the 53rd Army moved south of Ardebil towards the Tehran-Karaj-Tabriz highway , capturing the city of Mianeh, East Azerbaijan and moving southeast towards Qazvin and Tehran by 27–28 ...

  6. Jun 12, 2021 · Undoubtedly they compromised America’s banks. They bought many politicians. They corrupted bureaucrats, police officials and intelligence officers. But that is nothing compared to the success they had in Mexico. Chinese and cubans in mexico. In 2003 a Las Vegas journalist named Scott Gulbransen published a book titled The Silent Invasion. It ...

  7. World War 2 Facts — What Started WW2? Although a variety of different factors caused World War Two, the main event and the trigged for what started WW2 was Germany’s invasion of Poland in September 1939. Of course the invasion was preceded by decades of political conflict.