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Osvetim deska ORGSeventy five years ago, Soviet Red Army entered the Nazi’s concentration lager Auschwitz and liberated several thousand prisoners who had the luck to escape death by gas or slave labor inOsvetim zajatci this Nazi’s factory of death.

… But what is not quite well known is the reality, that before the crematoria ovens and the ashes of millions slain human beings had time to cool down, the concentration camp Auschwitz was restored and used for the original purpose again.

Some could say – that’s impossible, the Nazis were defeated, they absolutely couldn’t imprison and murder additional people ever again. Yes, that’s true, but we are not talking here about Nazis, but about their former allies, the Soviet Communists. 


Their, German Nazis and Soviet Communists, common enemies were Polish anti-Nazis resistance fighters and anticommunists, specifically Polish Armija Krajowa, which was almost destroyed during the national uprising in August 1944 hopefully expecting that the advancing Red Army will cross the Vistula River in time. But Soviets stopped, refused to help. When Red Army finally entered Poland, behind them immediately followed Soviet security forces NKVD and SMERS, the equivalent of German Gestapo and SS Einsatzgruppen. These groups were activelly looking for people who evade death in Germans and soviet hands within the framework of soviet program called Final solution of Polish intelligence question, named this way by soviet Communists in 1939, with the result of more then 100.000 murdered Polaks, including those in Katyn.

Concentration lagers, deserted by Nazis, were taken over by the Soviet security forces who herded in people they considered as enemies to new criminal ideology, now represented by sickle and hammer. Next to German POWs, thousands of Polish citizens were forced to slave labor; many of them dressed in the same prison uniforms from Auschwitz or other lagers they came from. They represented danger to the new dictatorship from the east, and for that very reason were returned back behind barbed wires once again.

New prisoners were not just Germans and Polacks, but also Silesians, Ukrainians, Austrians French, Yugoslavians, Czechs, Rumanians and Latvians, Theirs “crime”  was dislike of dictatorship and desire of freedom they fought for.

Some may ask, why would Soviet Union liquidate people just because they were of different nationality, like Nazis did. The answer is quite clear, to the Soviet Communist dictatorship they were spies, enemies and foreign ideological elements, the danger a nemesis to the Soviet establishment. And people judged like this were liquidated by the NKVD everywhere where where the Soviet power was established. Maybe Volyn Czechs could have answer this question, but they cannot, because from their common grave by Zhytomyr no voice could be heard. For them, we have to be that voice.

In new Soviet-run concentration lagers Krzesimov, Lublin Majdanek, Jaworno, KL Warschau (just in this one lager alone NKVD murdered over 1.800 Polish anti-Nazis fighters), KL Auschwitz, Il Birkenau, Brezinka,  Osvietim Eitrachthutte, Zgdola in Swietochlowitze, the ironwork Hermann Goering in Labedy, KL Gross-Rose in Rogonici, in Dzialdowo, in all those lagers the new masters behaved exactly the same way like former Nazis master did, like mass murderers, terrorists and archcriminals.

The conditions in new soviet concentration lagers did not differ too much from Nazis regimes. According to those who survived, daily food portions consisted of cereal coffee, carrot soup, and about 125 grams of bread. Big killers in lagers were not only hard work and hunger, but also dysentery and typhus. Dozens of people died every day thanks to those epidemics. Corpses were buried in mass graves.

Deportations to slave labor camps into Soviet Union fell on the “liberated” Poland like a ton of bricks. Miners from Upper Silesia’s mines were deported with families to soviet mines Doneck, Vorkuta, Magadan and Karaganda; according to post-war estimate, over 90.000 miners lost their lives under horrible conditions in those mines. Also as a consequence of living conditions there, over several thousand Silesians, women and children of miners died there from epidemics and hunger.       

Polish historians estimate that number of people who lost their lives under inhuman conditions in Soviet concentration lagers, forced work camps and prisons of NKVD in years 1944-1956 to be over half million, including 80.000 soldiers of Armie Krajowej, and 31.500 partisan fighters. 

What we are talking about here happened after the end of World War II, in peace time, when people around the world expressed joy and delight from recovered freedom brought to them by Anglo-American armies, and hopefully by the Red Army, too.

This is the other face of history. We cannot just talk about huge, enormous, casualties suffered by the Red Army (in a great part caused by incompetence of soviet officers corps serving under political commissars, who had overwhelming numbers of  slave soldiers for their disposal) and not mention what actually this liberation meant to people, criminal Communist ideology considered enemies, exactly like the Nazi’s  ideology did.  

This is the reason why we have to keep pointing on the  Communist evil, since the suffering of its victims did not differ too much from the victims of Nazism. I hope, that this still silent part of history (so be it that for today’s Russia and her adherents and followers is very inconvenient) should be, actually has to be, part of the same history books talking about the evil of Nazism.

Origian article: https://vaclavek.blog.idnes.cz/blog.aspx?c=743829  


Wonka PavelNazis were judged and punished, so were the Japanese; but Communists? No, nowhere in the world! Nothing about these Soviets, or Russians, crimes – for example post-war Auschwitz – no one talks, and generalWonka Pavel mrtev public knows almost nothing. No one should be surprised that Polish people do not like Russia, or why they did not ask Vladimir Putin to come to Auschwitz for 75th commemoration of liberation of this Nazis death factory by the Red Army. Unpunished evil doesn’t change, but continue to dispense its harm further. Polish people do know why they fought; they know what is honor, bravery and moral values. What a difference from us. Today, they fight against left-over totalitarian justice. If we had the same Polish moral character, we would have stood-up to Czech post-Communist so called “justice”, which till today continue to dispense former Communist evil in our land. Just ask Pavel Wonka, the last victim of Communist “justice”. His so called “judge”, name Marcela Horvathova who on April 26th 1988 sentenced him to death in Communist prison,  is still functioning as a judge in a county court in Trutnov. That’s what we, the Czech people, officially call justice…


J.Š. 14.2.2020    


Translation by James Jakoubek (originally from Trutnov, now in USA). Was able to contact forensic physicians who performed autopsy on Pavel Wonka. Also acquired many documents from US State Department concerning Pavel Wonka case.

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After liberation of Auschwitz death camp Stalin’s feared NKVD used camp to hold Polish prisoners

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