[html][/html]BBC News - Remembering Katyn, 70 years later
Remembering Katyn, 70 years later
For 50 years, the Russians blamed the murder of more than 20,000 officers of the Polish army on Nazis and mythical Nazi "coloaborators.
Mikhail Gorbachev admitted "Soviet responsibility" but failed to aplogize. KGB SLUG Putin invited the Polish prime minister to attenda ceremony in Russia marking the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre of Poles but failed to apologize for Russian barbarism.
Some of you wonder whysome of us have no sympathy for Russians in the fight with the patriotic Chechens well read about Katyn and remember that Katyn is just a drop in the lake of muderous behavior and deeds committed by the Russian savages just in the last century.
Please read these few sentences and get the piture of some of us have known since age 7[html]Stalin then gave the order to murder the prisoners.
They were shot in the back of the head, their bodies dumped in mass graves in Katyn and at other sites.
The names of 21,857 Polish citizens are listed among the victims on Soviet documents.