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Highlights of Polish President's Plane Crash Investigation In Russia and the destruction of evidence.
"A Forgotten Odyssey"
The Untold Story of 1,700,000 Poles Deported To Siberia by Soviet Regime Between 1939-1940.
"A Forgotten Odyssey" is a story of the forgotten tragedy of 1.7 million Polish citizens of various faiths and ethnicities (Polish, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Catholic, Orthodox, Jewish) deported from eastern Poland (Kresy) in 1940-42 to special labor camps in Siberia, Kazakhstan and Soviet Asia. Some 120,000 of these escaped through Persia in 1942 as soldiers of Anders Army and their families - and eventually made their way to the West because their pre-war homeland was consigned by the Allies to remain under the hated Soviet regime. The circumstances of their odyssey and the tragic history of the Polish citizens under Soviet occupation during the war was hushed up by the Allies during the war to protect the reputation of the Soviet Union, an important ally in the war against the Nazis. After years of courageous suffering, followed by heroic efforts fighting at the side of the Allies in Africa, Italy and Europe, the staunchly anti-communist Polish soldiers were prevented from even participating in the Allied victory celebrations.
Office of Strategic Strategic Services, European Theater of Operations (OSS), London, 1944. Polish "Cichociemni" ("The Silent & Unseen) Special Forces School.
"KATYN: Justice Delayed or Justice Denied?" - Attempts to Litigate the Katyn Crime.Frederick K. Cox International Law Center Symposium, Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
"The Soviet Story"
The film tells the story of the Soviet regime and how the Soviet Union helped Nazi Germany instigate the Holocaust. The film shows recently uncovered archive documents revealing this. Interviews with former Soviet Military intelligence officials reveal shocking details.
- The Great Famine in Ukraine (1932/33) - The Katyn massacre (1940) - The SS-KGB partnership - Soviet mass deportations
- Medical experiments in the GULAG. These are just a few of the subjects covered in the film.
‘The Soviet Story’ also discusses the impact of the Soviet legacy on modern day Europe. Listen to experts and European MPs discussing the implications of a selective attitude towards mass murder; and meet a woman describing the burial of her new born son in a GULAG concentration camp. The Soviet Story is a story of pain, injustice and realpolitik. Visit the official "Soviet Story" Website to learn more ... | Download the Press Kit here