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"Say No to History Falsification"

Ericselfie
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9/2/2016 11:48:57 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
In Khabarovsk on September 2nd was marked the end of the Second World War. "Say No to History Falsification" move was organized by the activists of the National Liberation Movement.
The campaign organizers have installed a banner with images of World War II events and were handing out information brochures, which were told about the false information that is spread by detractors, and about the true events.

"Our goal - to remind people who really won, to talk about the real events of those days. Today, there are active attempts to downplay Russia's role in the victory in World War II and we should not allow that," - the organizer Armen Khachatryan said.

Organizers of the event explained to everyone the purpose for which they gathered. It was the Soviet Union who made the largest contribution to the overall management of the armed struggle and defeated the main forces of the Hitler armies which resulted in this complete and unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan.

Residents of the city have shown a keen interest in the move. For 30 minutes organizers distributed all 250 informational brochures.

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NHN
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9/2/2016 2:37:49 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/2/2016 11:48:57 AM, Ericselfie wrote:
In Khabarovsk [...]
UDU HA XYU. The secretariat should withhold your pittance for providing us with such lukewarm propaganda.
Beisht_Kione
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9/3/2016 6:11:32 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/2/2016 11:48:57 AM, Ericselfie wrote:
In Khabarovsk on September 2nd was marked the end of the Second World War. "Say No to History Falsification" move was organized by the activists of the National Liberation Movement.
The campaign organizers have installed a banner with images of World War II events and were handing out information brochures, which were told about the false information that is spread by detractors, and about the true events.

"Our goal - to remind people who really won, to talk about the real events of those days. Today, there are active attempts to downplay Russia's role in the victory in World War II and we should not allow that," - the organizer Armen Khachatryan said.

Organizers of the event explained to everyone the purpose for which they gathered. It was the Soviet Union who made the largest contribution to the overall management of the armed struggle and defeated the main forces of the Hitler armies which resulted in this complete and unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan.

Residents of the city have shown a keen interest in the move. For 30 minutes organizers distributed all 250 informational brochures.

https://www.youtube.com...

You are a great comrade of the Party, but you may be too good. We will spare your life and send you and your family to the gulag instead.
Aodagain
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9/4/2016 12:52:49 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/2/2016 11:48:57 AM, Ericselfie wrote:
In Khabarovsk on September 2nd was marked the end of the Second World War. "Say No to History Falsification" move was organized by the activists of the National Liberation Movement.
The campaign organizers have installed a banner with images of World War II events and were handing out information brochures, which were told about the false information that is spread by detractors, and about the true events.

"Our goal - to remind people who really won, to talk about the real events of those days. Today, there are active attempts to downplay Russia's role in the victory in World War II and we should not allow that," - the organizer Armen Khachatryan said.

Organizers of the event explained to everyone the purpose for which they gathered. It was the Soviet Union who made the largest contribution to the overall management of the armed struggle and defeated the main forces of the Hitler armies which resulted in this complete and unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan.

Residents of the city have shown a keen interest in the move. For 30 minutes organizers distributed all 250 informational brochures.

https://www.youtube.com...

Well , I agree, you're right - but so what?