Although this was written over fifty years ago it is still as moving infuriating and shocking as I m sure it was then The book tells the story of 15000 Polish soldiers who were sent to concentration camps by the Soviet Russians in 1939 when they invaded the eastern half of Poland to help fight the Nazis It tells hows the Soviets used the Nazi invasion as an excuse to
Invade And Control Poland And To Disband And Arrest Its and control Poland and to disband and arrest its and send them to forced labour camps throughout the USSR When the Nazi s turned on the USSR and they began to flee back
into the Soviet heartland they evacuated many of the camps and the Soviet heartland they evacuated many of the camps and the prisoners north But in a number of cases the prisoners were slaughtered either in the camps or elsewhere including many of the Polish soldiers who had been arrested for simply defending their country Once the USSR switched sides following the Nazi invasion into Soviet held areas the Polish overnment started trying to locate their missing men and so began over a year and half of lies and deceit by "Some Within The USSR It "within the USSR It t until the Nazi s took over the area of Katyn Wood that the raves in which the soldiers had been buried were found and excavated and the truth began to come to light However even after this and the huge body of evidence showing that the bodies were some of those missing and that they had obviously been slaughtered en mass in the spring of 1940 the USSR continued to deny involvement and blame the Nazis Even during the Nuremburg Trials where this case was heard it wasn t resolved It wasn t until 1990 that the Russian authorities finally admitted that the massacre was committed by the Russian Secret Police the. Best Book, The Katyn Wood Murders author Józe. E built on the promise of independent unbiased justice in situations as these and yet they failed those at Katyn as these yet they failed those soldiers at Katyn Piatykhatky Had they ot involved how different would things have been How much sooner would the families of those killed known what had happenedThis is a very emotive moving and infuriating tale that shows how the might of the former USSR controlled and influenced many decisions and actions or the lack thereof during and after the Second World War I find it incredibly sad that it was the Nazis who brought this massacre to light and worked with the Polish Government to try and Karma's A Sexy Bitch: Choose Your Own Erotic Fantasy Adventure get it investigated and theuilty brought to justice even if it was for their own propaganda This is one of the lesser known stories of the War and should be brought much further into the public domain Even today this book is very much worth a read it is easy to read and clear and easy to follow and provides enough background to the events so even those without much knowledge can follow what happened A story that shows the best worst and most damnable sides of human nature When I left Poland in 1990s the Russians still haven t owned to this killing I was sure that there was lack of evidence The ossip about the crime was circulating among our people since I remember The discovery that there was a book published in 1951 which documented this piece of our history objectively and thoroughly shocked me It is a very sad part of Polish history Not only Germans but also Russians exterminated most of Polish intelligentsia It brings to my mind Cultural Revolution You just cannot enslave nation who has enlightened and educated representation. S and it really helps me connect with the stor.
Józef Mackiewicz Â 4 ReadNKVD and that the locations of the remaining Polish soldiers murdered at the time came to light at Mednoye and PiatykhatkyThere were two things that
REALLY SURPRISED AND ANGERED ME WHENsurprised and angered me when this book The first was the even though it was obvious that the Nazis hadn t committed this crime for a change and that it could "ONLY HAVE BEEN COMMITTED BY THE USSR THE ALLIED "have been committed by the USSR the Allied did not push for justice as they should have done Many have put this down to the fact that it was war time and the USSR was an important ally and they wanted to avoid the possibility of an alliance between Germany and the USSR which is understandable But when the war had been won I don t understand why then the Allies didn t push for a full independent inuiry and bring a proper full balanced case against the USSR during the Nuremburg Trials In the end it was the USSR themselves that tried the case how this was allowed is beyond meThe second is that during the war reuests were put into the International Red Cross by both the Polish and German Governments for them to conduct a full independent and unbiased investigation into what happened It should be noted that it was actually the German Government who reuested one first However "these reuests were denied on the basis that the USSR didn t want an investigation despite " reuests were denied on the basis that the USSR didn t want an investigation despite fact that the two reuests would normally be enough to start an investigation This decision resulted in the Nazis trying to conduct an independent investigation in full view of many different people as possible but this would never be accepted by the USSR This attitude from the International Red Cross reatly surprised angered and sickened me as they ar. F Mackiewicz The way the author shows is eniu.