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Poland: Anti-Bandera demo remembers UPA massacre of Poles in Volhynia01:12

Poland: Anti-Bandera demo remembers UPA massacre of Poles in Volhynia

Польша, Volhynia
11 July, 2015 в 14:44 GMT +00:00 · Опубликовано

Hundreds of Poles marched through the streets of Warsaw, Saturday, to commemorate those killed by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) between 1943-44 when the group killed around 35,000-60,000 Polish nationals in Volhynia as part of an ethnic cleansing programme instigated in Nazi occupied Poland.

The protesters carried flags bearing anti-UPA symbols, many carrying placards with Polish nationalist activist Stepan Bandera's bust crossed out.

The Volhynian massacre was orchestrated by the faction of the Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists led by nationalist activist Stepan Bandera, via its UPA military wing. The goal, as documented from the second conference of Bandera's faction, the OUN-B, was to purge all non-Ukrainians from the Ukrainian state.

Poland's Institute of National Remembrance described the killings as having distinct characteristics of a genocide in 2008.

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Hundreds of Poles marched through the streets of Warsaw, Saturday, to commemorate those killed by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) between 1943-44 when the group killed around 35,000-60,000 Polish nationals in Volhynia as part of an ethnic cleansing programme instigated in Nazi occupied Poland.

The protesters carried flags bearing anti-UPA symbols, many carrying placards with Polish nationalist activist Stepan Bandera's bust crossed out.

The Volhynian massacre was orchestrated by the faction of the Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists led by nationalist activist Stepan Bandera, via its UPA military wing. The goal, as documented from the second conference of Bandera's faction, the OUN-B, was to purge all non-Ukrainians from the Ukrainian state.

Poland's Institute of National Remembrance described the killings as having distinct characteristics of a genocide in 2008.