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"This is a victory Day for those who won this victory. Survived, suffered, tortured. For those who lost loved ones here and now. They're almost gone. Few of them we were able to provide a decent old age. And specifically, we, I think, nothing to celebrate," — wrote the actor.
He said that someday may 9 will turn into a Day of silence and something "more than the desire of children's matinee with dancing and dancing."
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What do Western history textbooks write about the role of the USSR in the great Patriotic war
In the German Parliament, Russian students apologize for "innocent German victims taken prisoner at Stalingrad." In the Tula area the kids roasted potatoes in the Eternal fire. In Novorossiysk girls dance twerk (in common parlance – "populas") on the memorial to the defenders of Malaya Zemlya. Why do guys do that? The motives are different, and the reason is one: of veterans is getting smaller, and the distortion of historical memory – more.
But if the Russian curriculum somehow try to maintain objectivity, the Western youth, if you ask about the role of the USSR in the great Victory, only bewildered shrug. Here "KP" also decided to learn and what school textbooks of our "foreign partners"tell about world war II.
Textbook: "Germany from 1871 to 1945", author Jens Eggert. This is a workbook for the middle classes: a few facts – and questions to learn. Thanks to what teenagers Willy-nilly will remember the text better, than in the usual textbook.
What they write: In the list of the main events of the Second world battle on the Eastern front mentioned only once. "After defeat and surrender (to whom? – Ed.) The German 6th army at Stalingrad in January
1943 this war began a long-awaited turn." That is, from the text it follows that the fracture would have occurred without the participation of this "unknown person", and the defeat of Hitler on the Volga did not play a role here. But read on. "Gradually, the allies (Britain, France, the United States and the Soviet Union) succeeded." Estimate sequence: the USSR – on the last place, but among the countries-winners there is also France (which before release in 1944 regularly supplied Reich with ammunition and the food).
"Step by step, the German army was defeated and pushed back. In July 1943, the British and Americans liberated the South of Italy, in June 1944 began the allied landings in Normandy, and from the East to Germany advanced Soviet troops. Then Hitler, "afraid of Russian captivity", made of you know what. How the Red Army reached the Reichstag, it is not reported. Apparently, went for a walk and came. Neither the Kursk bulge, nor operation Bagration, nor the battle of Berlin, nor the fact that 90% of the Wehrmacht troops were on the Eastern front.
Quote: "September 1, 1939 began the invasion of the Reich in neighboring Poland... But this involved not only Germany – September 17 and the Soviet Union occupied the Eastern part of the country. The basis for this was a secret agreement between Hitler and the Soviet dictator Stalin of August 23, 1939. (And not a word about the most difficult international situation, about how we tried in vain to agree on the anti-German front with London and Paris... What conclusion should make a teenager? Moscow is guilty of war on a par with Berlin! – Ed.)
Textbook: "Britain in the XX century", author – Charles more. For high school and students.
What I write: a Book opens a table with the dates the main events of the century. The Eastern front of world war II is mentioned exactly once: "1941: Germany attacks Russia." The rest – the victory of the allies in North Africa, Italy, Normandy. The main events of 1942 – the capture of Singapore by the Japanese. You can, of course, argue: this is the history of Britain, so they cite the events where they participated. But, not knowing about the battles of Stalingrad and Kursk, the student, in principle, will not be able to understand, but how actually the coalition crushed Hitler!
Quote: "Russia's Contribution to the war was, of course, invaluable, but it was involved only on the Eastern front. Its direct contribution
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