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Talmudic genocide concentration camps for Poles

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It’s worth to remaind  that ,after the completion in 1924the  repatriation, on the basis of the Treaty of Riga (1921),  in the Soviet Union remained  about  1.1-1.2 million Poles. Most (approximately 900-950 thousand)  they lived in Ukraine and Belarus occupied at that time by Soviet UNIon .,  Mostof them   had been  the peasants (approx. 80%), conquered eastern territories in the 17th-18th century, and most often in areas before and the cutting of Polish and Soviet-Polish border. There were also Polish population in large cities, such as Kiev or Minsk, Leningrad and Moscow. In Russia alone, in Transcaucasia and Siberia was a total about  200 thousand Poles as remains of previous deportation, or migrants from former Polish teritories.

It’s worth to remaind  that ,after the completion in 1924the  repatriation, on the basis of the Treaty of Riga (1921),  in the Soviet Union remained  about  1.1-1.2 million Poles. Most (approximately 900-950 thousand)  they lived in Ukraine and Belarus occupied at that time by Soviet UNIon .,  Mostof them   had been  the peasants (approx. 80%), conquered eastern territories in the 17th-18th century, and most often in areas before and the cutting of Polish and Soviet-Polish border. There were also Polish population in large cities, such as Kiev or Minsk, Leningrad and Moscow. In Russia alone, in Transcaucasia and Siberia was a total about  200 thousand Poles as remains of previous deportation, or migrants from former Polish teritories. Talmudic genocide  concentration camps for Poles 1.The NKVD camps during the "Polish Operation" (1933-1938)  It’s worth to remaind  that ,after the completion in 1924the  repatriation, on the basis of the Treaty of Riga (1921),  in the Soviet Union remained  about  1.1-1.2 million Poles. Most (approximately 900-950 thousand)  they lived in Ukraine and Belarus occupied at that time by Soviet UNIon .,  Mostof them   had been  the peasants (approx. 80%), conquered eastern territories in the 17th-18th century, and most often in areas before and the cutting of Polish and Soviet-Polish border. There were also Polish population in large cities, such as Kiev or Minsk, Leningrad and Moscow. In Russia alone, in Transcaucasia and Siberia was a total about  200 thousand Poles as remains of previous deportation, or migrants from former Polish teritories.    Stalin’s fobia of the Poles, in August 1937,  was the order signed order no 00485 by Yeshow  as operating instruction , which claimed  between others  "the total elimination of (...) basic human resources Polish intelligence in the Soviet Union ". "Poland" operation, determined for "3 months", was repeatedly renewed and ended with the decision of the Council of people's commissars and November 15, 1938, few months took also "cleansinging"  by NKWD who took part in the operation. The repression of Poles had been conducted against both top Communist activists (m.in. executed 46 members and 24 alternate members of KC), and "ordinary citizens" both workers and, above all against the peasants. According to a report by the NKVD from 10 lipca1938, arrested a total of 134 519 Poles-ok. 53% in Belarus and Ukraine, most of which were kept in the camps. Until the decision of the 15 listopada1938, the number of people arrested was ok. 150 thousand. It is estimated that 40-50% of that is  about 75 thousand has been shot. The rest were deported to Kazakhstan or were placed in camps. 2. Second  Soviet Occupation  from 1944-1989    Talmudic camps genocide Poles are de facto the NKVD camps  led by Poeple of Jewish origin brought with Red Army in 1944 and  before  as partisans rooming  on occupiend Polish teritories.  Theyhad been staffed with most of the poeple from  Jewish circles former prisoners of german concentratin camps , or forest  survivers.   In mind time, so called Assotioation of  Polish Patiots ( Zwiazek Patriotow Polskich )  had been formed in Moscow under direct  Stalin’s supevision, composed with  not speaking  Polish Jews , Soviets communists  and one  personn of Polish Origin.  This  instiotion  later had been renamed as Krajowa Raada Narodowa ( Governamnetal consil of the Polulation ) and soon , occupayng Soviet power changed it for PKWN ( Plish Commite of  Sawing to NPOliish Nation).  In all these governing bodies  Jewish Population was overwelming from 38% to 58 %  in the important posts. List of concentration camps for Poles,  and Polish prisoners-are  places of mass detention of three groups of Polish prisoners of war in captivity. When Soviet army mowed on Polish Teritories in 1944,  it mowed along with secret police ( Smierz) and enkwd.   At the begining they were in charge exclusively to  elimonate  Poles whore had been against the soviet  ocupation.  As a able tools Soviets and stalin had been used  Jews brought from Soviet union, Jews saved in Polish Teritories from the Genoside.  Here are some of the NKVD camps for poles after World War II, and the amount of the interned or trapped in the Soviet teritories gained after Jalta  agreement and Pochdam divide.
  • Concentrations camps for Poles  in Soviet Union:
  • Interned in the Ural; 3940 people, which in 1945-48 passed by the filter-camp # 0302 Mołotowski district  and camps # 231 and # 523 in Sverdlovsk . for Polish citizens, who were arrested in 1944-45 and were being held without judgment in the camps – MWD USSR as interned.
    Trapped in the be a tragic misjudgment and Ryazan; 4307 interned Poles and Polish citizens, who in the years 1944-1947 went through the camps # 41 in be a tragic misjudgment in the perimeter of the kaliniński district  and # 178-454 under Riazan and concentration camps in the area of the Vorkuta camp,
    5690 Poles and Polish citizens of other nationalities( German) arrested after 4 January 1944, imprisoned in Workutłag, Rieczłag, Intłag, Minłag, Obski district  and 501 and other camps subordinate Northwestern Board of railway construction.
    Trapped in the Stalinogorsk were about  6326 Poles and Polish nationals imprisoned in the camp of the filter-# 283 and POW camp # 388 NKVD-MWD USSR between 1944-1950.
     Inprisoned in  Borowicze; 5795 Poles and pre-war Polish citizens of other nationalities incarcerated in a POW camp # 270 NKVD in years 1944-1949.
    In April-May 1945, after a public request, arrested by the NKVD, were sent to forced labor in the mines of Donbass, tens of thousands of miners – Polish citizens from the area of Silesia. They came  back to Poland  a few  of them after ten years.  4.Camps and prisons the NKVD in PRL: In accordance with the order (# 220169) of the Supreme Command, August 1, 1944. The NKVD and Smersh (military counter-intelligence agency), following the front line in the Polish  they established camps and prison for AK ( Home Army) and the  opposition of  others political entities . According to the report of October, within the framework of the implementation of the orders within a few months, stopped and disarmed the ok. 25 thousand. soldiers of the AK. Lavrenty Beria in Order No. 001266/44 of 15 October 1944, appointed to the stationing in Poland, 64 Division NKVD units in Belarus and Ukraine. It is worth to remember  the NKVD camps here in the pre-war Eastern Polish. (For example, the Soviets held  from the summer of 1944, several thousand soldiers of the home army, (based on reports from the Vilnius region mentioned by up to 8 000), camp (on the ruins of the Castle) in Medininkai Royal near Vilnius). By the end of 1944, the NKVD and Smersh arested 17 thousand. people, of which more than 4 thousand had been  sent to the camps in the depths of the SOVIET UNION. Soviet troops, from March 1, 1945, had ultimate say to  incarcerete and to send to concentration camps   as the Polish Ministry of public security, work in Poland until the spring of 1947. From that date   these functions  had been  transfered and accepted the UB ( Secutity Apparatus  maned by mostly persons of Jewish Origin). The number of murdered and tortured in prisons and camps in 1944-1956 have been  established by  historians for more than half a million, including 80 thousand soldiers of the home army and 31.5 thousand soldiers of the branches of the forest poeple  and others. On the basis of the documentation you can have the MBP ( Ministri of Polish Security) in Poland in April 1945, work 16 camps (Mrowino, Studzieniec, Świętochłowice-Zgoda, Jaworzno, Cold Water, Potulice, Jarosław, Mysłowice, Mielęcin, Wadowice, Krotoszyn, Gdansk, Lodz, Popkowice, Poniatowa, Łęgnowo),  which  had been housed about  27 826 inmates. In the second half of the year the number of camps and colonies were at agricultural facilities (there are new: Boulder, Kcynia, Krzesimów, Leszno-Gronowo, Inowrocław, Janikowo, Oświęcim, Jaksice, Gniewkowo, Będzin, Targowa Górka, Gmina Abramów, Stalowa Wola, Toruń-Rudak, Kruszwica, Warsaw, Poland, Złotów; no longer the function: Poniatowa, Gdańsk, Krotoszyn, Wadowice, cold water, Świętochłowice-Zgoda from January 1945 until August 1946  had been housed  about 47 thousand prisoners.     5. Some exclusive  camps  conducted by NKVD only  in POLAND: Krzesimów  near  Łęczna, (July 1944 – August 1948) was the first of the NKVD camp in Polish Lublin, where several hundred people were murdered, or had been sent  and  exported to Soviet concentration camps.  CAstele  in Lublin, {in January 1954, the prison was transferred to Chełm}-Castle in Rzeszów (1944-1956)-NKVD prison in Eastern POLAND is the place of execution of these "from the East" who the earliest and longest fought.
    Wronki, Rawicz, Fordon. (1945-1956)-three "Central" prison Communist and about 20 other, by which  they were in transition ( transient)from 150 to 200 thousand soldiers of the second conspiracy.
    Jaworzno camp-6 April 1945 Ministry of public security on the basis of circular No. 42 has created a Central Work Camps, camps in Warsaw, Poniatow, Krzesimow, Potulice and Jaworzno and (1950-1956) Progressive Prison for Juvenile in jaworzno-juvenile political prisoners. They housed the inmates, whose age does not exceed the age of 21. Historians estimate that by prison over about 5 thousand.
    Majdanek-Lublin (KL) (VII 1944-1945 XII) – camp – hence the exported to Soviet concentration camps.
    Przemyśl-establishment in the fall of 1944, the NKVD Camp No. 49 for AK and enemies of the Soviet occupation and taking away to camps in Siberia and to m. Borowicze, where the NKVD prison complex for AK (Authorisation No. 270).
    Prison at Montelupi Street in Cracow, when Soviets army ( Red army)  came in 1945 the building was heavy prison security and Authority, through which more than a few thousand Polish soldiers, mainly from the Home  Army andWiN, some of which were taken deep into the SOVIET UNION on the  descent of the Poznan "Specłagier NKVD # 2-Documents attest to more than 800 prisoners in this camp in 1945, and then, at the disposal of the Poznań WUBP. Among the detained were senior officers, as well as soldiers of the NATIONAL ARMED FORCES and activists.}
    Trzebuska, Turza near Sokolov Małopolska (VIII-X 1944)-NKVD Camp and one of the places of mass murder.
    KL Warschau concentration Camp-Konzentrationslager. From January 1945, to May 1945, led by the NKVD, and then to 1949 by the UB; Labour camp. Goose, where in the terrible conditions held Ak other political prisoners. Were there death ok. 1800 people.
    1945, from January to may, the NKVD camp (then UB to 1949),  Goose street in Warsaw , where in the terrible conditions he was National Army soldiers, prisoners and other offenders. " Preserved diverts about executions in this camp, carried out by the NKVD. After the war, suffered the death of here ok. 1800 people. Skrobów near Lublin, Eastern Poland, the NKVD camp for soldiers (1944-1945)
    Kąkolewnica wschodnia NKVD Camp for AK, from September 1944 to November 1945. There were 2500-3000 prisoners. Uroczysko RAM in Kąkolewnica near Radzyn. From autumn 1944 until January and February 1945 year were soldiers, but also WiN  and BCh( Batalions of Paysants)..
    Rembertów is a special NKVD camp No. 10 in factory Ammunition Plants Bullet SP. Akc., for a total of 8 000 Poles; soldiers and activists of the Polish underground State. From September 1944 to July 1945, the NKVD więziło here, m.in. Gen. Emil Fieldorf "Nila". 21 maja1945 branch of AK crashed prison and freed 1 446 people, intended to be exported to Russia.
    Auschwitz Camp NKVD and UB, autumn 1945 in the former camp or near, near the train station "Gemeinschaftslagru". The second camp is founded within the former KL Auschwitz II-Birkenau in Birkenau-existed until March 1946. These camps were about 15 thousand people, mostly resistant Poles to power. The Commander of the camp was a Soviet Colonel by the name of Masłobojew. In the books of the parish reported 144 deaths there. In Silesia worked close to 30 other smaller camps, of which only fragmentary relationship the local population and people imprisoned.
    Toszek camp – within seven months, died around 3.3 thousand. prisoners, and further close to a thousand – died from exhaustion-soon after leaving.
    ZAK and Blachownia and Huta "Hermann Göring" in Labedach-NKVD camps, where prisoners demontowali factory and equipment exported to the Soviet Union
    The NKVD camps in Ciechanów, Działdowo, Świebodzin and Grudziądz, went to the camps about 25 thousand people in Russia the NKVD Camp Polish for Mrowino. political prisoners from 1945 to June 28, 1956, when it, ok. h. 18.30 the insurgents of Poznań attacked and liberated prisoners.
    Washington-on-the-spot destruction by the Germans 10 thousand. Poles-Camp Command Distributing the NKVD people's Commissariat of Internal Affairs for AK and the Deutsche Volksliste, and as temporary by the deportations of Poles from Pomerania to the prison camps of the Soviet Union from January 18, 1945 until October 1945, where , the Commandant was major Witalim Szitow.
    Białystok-ul. (In 1944, the prison and the seat of the NKVD, S 1/92)
    Kolno is a prison and the headquarters of the NKVD (S15/95);
    List of IPN sites bury victims of criminal camera business terror in Poland between 1944-1956 contains 186 seats, in which lie the remains of victims of the Communist State of lawlessness.  Information ca be find in the IPN files on the Subject.
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