Russian Intelligence chief: Poland exploits memory of World War Two victims

02.09.2019, Moscow.

Russia’s actions will not follow Poland’s, which refused to invite Russian officials to the commemorative events on the anniversary of the beginning of World War Two, Sergey Naryshkin said on September 1 in an interview to the Izvestiya newspaper.
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Historian dispels lies: Hitler would have destroyed Leningrad if it had been surrendered

27.01.2019, Saint Petersburg.

Talk that Leningrad should have been surrendered to the Germans in order to save many lives is full of deceit, stated Saint-Petersburg University, Professor Boris Petrovich Belozerov on January 27, a Rossa Primavera News Agency correspondent reports.
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Kishinev recognizes historical value of Soviet sapper inscriptions

28.08.2017, Moldova.

Restored inscriptions made by Soviet sappers “Checked. Clear of mines” have been recognized as historical monuments to be protected, Russian Historical Patriotic Club leader Aleksey Petrovich, told a TASS  journalist on August 28, the agency’s site reports.
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