April 20, 2013 | The ceremony was about 2 hours. This was a very solemn occasion and I give many thanks to the Polish community and all of Polonia, our Polish brothers, in Brooklyn and Philadelphia for organizing the event. Photographs were captured by a party supporter. Several American Freedom Party members attended.
The Katyn Memorial in Jersey City is dedicated to the victims of the Katyn massacre in 1940. Created by Polish-American sculptor Andrzej Pitynski, the memorial stands at Exchange Place in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA near the mouth of the Hudson River along the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway.
Unveiled in June 1991 a 34 feet tall bronze statue of a soldier, gagged and bound, impaled in the back by a bayoneted rifle, stands atop a granite base containing Katyn soil. It commemorates the massacre of thousands of Polish prisoners by order of Joseph Stalin in April and May 1940 after Soviet Union troops had invaded eastern Poland. The event came after the partition of Poland and the occupation of the nation during World War II. The eastside of the pediment has a bronze relief depicts the starvation of Poles sent to Siberia.
In April and May, 1940, on orders from Joseph Stalin and the Jewish Comissar Lavrentiy Beria, the Soviet Secret Police, NKVD-KGB, brutally executed over twenty-two thousand Polish soldiers, officers, intellectual leaders, prisoners of war, members of the intelligentsia, professors, priests, artists and many leaders by a single shot in the back of the head, while being gagged and their hands tied behind them. Over 4,500 bodies were found at the KATYN forest, near Smolensk, Soviet Union, in a mass grave. Thousands more bodies were later found at execution sites at Miednoje, Charkow, and other places. More than three million Poles were deported into labor camps in Siberia during 1940 to 1941. Thousands more were killed during the war period and were also persecuted and tortured during the communist era by the Soviet NKVD-KGB and by their Polish puppets, known as the Interior Police (UB). Poland suffered with over 6 million killed as a result of World War II.
In 1990, the government of then still Soviet Union, officially admitted responsibility for the act of genocide committed on the Polish nation by the Soviet Union. Official documents and the order of execution were received by President of Poland, Lech Walesa, from the representative of the Soviet Union, First Secretary of the Communist Party, Mr. M. Gorbachev. Thus it was finally verified that millions have perished under the communist terror. Even though, Communism has fallen in the Soviet Union and also in former satellite nations of Eastern Europe, no compensation or any reparations were made to the families and relatives of the perished victims or to Poland. Germany has been paying compensation for many years since the Nuremberg trials. Why not Russia? This year is the 73rd anniversary of the Katyn forest massacre and the 74th anniversary of World War II.
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