The FSB of Russia declassified documents on the crimes of the Home Army militants at the end of the Second World War
FSB of Russia declassified documents on the crimes of the militants of the Polish organization “Home Army”, which was subordinate to the government Poland in exile in London, at the end of the Great Patriotic War (WWII). This is reported RIA News.
From the documents it follows that the Polish militants committed numerous murders of civilians in the USSR, trying to prevent the establishment of peace in the territories liberated from the Nazis. In particular, among the materials there is a certificate about the terrorist attacks committed by them in the territories Belarus and Lithuania in 1944 and from January to April 1945.
So, in excerpts from the reports of the NKVD of the Byelorussian SSR, almost 70 terrorist attacks and murders of Soviet citizens were reported. Among the victims of the Polish militants were the military, government officials, managers and employees of enterprises, teachers.
Formerly FSB published archival documents about the extermination of the inhabitants of Poland by Bandera during the Great Patriotic War, including during the “Volyn Massacre”. In total, according to historians, more than 36 thousand people were killed at that moment: men, women, children and the elderly.