Jan, I agree. Seems there was a lot of celebrating for nothing by them. Here is an interesting set of photos from web site: http://wyborcza.Message 1 of 3 , Sep 17, 2009View Source
I agree. Seems there was a lot of celebrating for nothing by them.
Here is an interesting set of photos from web site:
If you go to here, there is a sequence of funny pictures.
The first photo shows a truck with German soldiers .
The Polish caption translated means : “ Germans were greeted by the Ukrainians as their Saviours. They counted on independence. The Posters on their walls read: Long live the Ukrainian National Revolution. “
The third Photo shows a German soldier changing street signs :
The translated caption states:
“ In Lwów , Germany quickly knocked the ‘dreams of freedom’ out of the Ukrainian’s head. They brought their own housecleaning. In the picture, they are putting up their own German street signs. “
From: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com [mailto: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Jan Prygoda (Jasiu)
Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 6:37 AM
Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] Ukrainian nightmare
Hmm, are they celebrating the complete occupation of Ukraine by Soviet Union 70 years ago ?
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Onderwerp: [Kresy-Siberia] Yanukovych of the Soviet invasion of 17 September: Ukrainian dream come true
This is a very shameful remark, hope he is never, never elected as President of Ukraine.
http://wiadomosci. gazeta.pl/ Wiadomosci/ 1,80269,7049857, Janukowycz_ o_sowieckiej_ inwazji_17_ wrzesnia_ _Spelnilo. html
Yanukovych of the Soviet invasion of 17 September: Ukrainian dream come true
ga gazeta.pl IAR PAP
2009-09-17, last updated 23 minutes ago
Viktor Yanukovych, leader of Ukrainian Party of Regions and the most serious candidate for president believes that
the Soviet invasion of Poland was a "dream" of uniting Ukrainians. Otherwise evaluate the Ukrainian nationalists. -
This is the beginning of the occupation - examine the events of 70 years.
Yanukovych emerged from the "working visit" in the circuit czerkaskim Kanev, where he was buried on a nearby hill
is the Ukrainian national poet Taras Shevchenko. Russian agency Regnum reports that the President (known for its
pro-Russian sympathies) the Party of Regions was asked why today decided to visit.
- Firstly, the finding here can not fail to give homage to this holy place - the grave of Taras Shevchenko. Second,
today in Ukraine 's history of a particular date. September 17, 1939, precisely 70 years ago, the western Ukrainian
lands were united with the eastern. Fulfilled the age-old dream of many Ukrainians. Fulfilled the dream of the
Great Kobzar the unification of Ukraine - Yanukovych said.