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The Soviet Invasion of Poland – September 17, 1939


“When the Soviets fought their way into the city, the fate of the defenders [of Grodno] and civilians was tragic. Some of them were laid [alive] on the street and then they were crashed by tanks. Several hundred others were shot at the outskirts of the city.

There were many school children among them. There was also a “wall of the dead [bodies]” on the city plaza”. –  Jerzy remembers  the Soviet invasion of Poland in Grodno.

The victorious Red Army marching towards Grodno. Semptember, 1939.
Above: The “Victorious Red Army” marching towards Grodno in September, 1939.

“The deadly monster trundled forward, and I, crazed, rushed straight towards it. Indescribably grinding … the [Soviet] tank stops right in front of me. Tied to the front [armored] plate of the tank, I see young child, a boy with his arms and legs outstretched. The blood from his wounds is streaming through the metal. Danka and I begin to untie the tied up, outstretched arms [and legs] of the boy. I am oblivious to everything around me. Then, dressed in black a tank crewman jumps out. He is holding Browning [handgun] in his hand, then another one jumps out – he threatens us … He doesn’t exist for me.

All I can see are the frightened eyes of the child, and his suffering. I can see, how he reaches towards me with his freed fragile arms with boundless faith. With one confident move the tall Danka picks the child from the tank and lie him on the stretcher. I am already by his head. We grab the stretcher and – leaving the dumbfounded executioners behind – we run towards the hospital. The boy has five gun wounds … and had lost a lot of blood, but he is conscious. Soviet and Nazi officers standing next to the Soviet tank in Poland. September, 1939.
Above: Soviet and Nazi officers standing next to the Soviet tank in Poland. September, 1939.

At the hospital he is surrounded by nurses, doctors, and patients – “I want my Mom” – the child says. His name is Tadeusz Jasinski.[1] He is 13-years old. He is the only child of Zofia Jasinska, a maid. He doesn’t have a dad. He was raised by Zaklad Dobroczynnosci, a charity.

He went to fight, threw a bottle with gasoline at the tank, but didn’t light it up, he didn’t know how … They jumped from the tank, beat him, wanted to kill him, and then they tied him up to the front of the tank. Danka brought his mother. The blood transfusion is not helping. The boy, weaker and weaker, begins to slip away. But, he is dying in his Mom’s arms, on this [tiny] strip of [what still is] Free Poland. For now, the military hospital is still in our hands”.

Grazyna Lipinska, in the Soviets besieged city of Grodno in September, 1939.

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On September 17 1939 after the Polish population was beaten and brutalized by the German army Soviet Russia invaded Poland from the East. In defiance of all pledges and agreements and without previous declaration of war the Soviet Government ordered the Red Army to cross the Polish frontier at four o’clock in morning. At this time, twenty five Polish divisions were still fighting the Germans.

Some Polish units resisted the Soviet advance while others welcomed them, thinking that they had come to help them to fight the Germans. The armored troops were like an avalanche advancing irresistibly, supported by aircraft, artillery and motorized infantry.

It was at this time too that collaboration with the Nazis really began.

On September 12, German troops approached the town of Lwow and tried in vain to capture it. An in-effective siege followed and repeated attacks against the town were repulsed. When Soviet troops entered Polish territory and approached Lwow from the other side, they made an agreement with the Germans for joint military action. By September 21, it was clear that any further resistance was useless. In order to save lives and to preserve the town from useless destruction, the Commander surrendered.

The Polish soldiers were promised that if they surrendered they would be allowed to go home, or to Hungary, or to Rumania, but the majority of Polish officers were arrested and deported to the Soviet Union. It was worse in some sectors. There some officers were immediately shot, while others were beaten before being deported.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=katyn+forest+massacre+movie

Altogether the Soviets arrested 250,000 Polish soldiers. Then the N K V D moved into Poland. Using their usual methods, an estimated 1,500,000 Poles were deported, and within two years 270,000 were dead.

The SS and the N K V D started their collaboration. Germany and the Soviet Union had agreed in a treaty of September 28, to combine in suppressing Polish opposition to their joint rule.

http://ivrozbiorpolski.pl/en/

Fifteen thousand Polish prisoners of war were taken illegally to the Soviet Union and kept in three camps, Kozielsk, Starobielsk and Ostashkov. Many of these people were officers. There were also many reserve officers consisting of University professors, surgeons, engineers, lawyers, teachers, journalists, etc.

http://electronicmuseum.ca/Poland-WW2/soviet_crimes/soviet_crimes_eng.html#

When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in June of 1941, the Soviets suffered several military defeats. Their attitude towards the western allies and to Poland therefore changed. A Polish Soviet treaty was signed in July of 1941 and the organization of a Polish Army in the Soviet Union was immediately begun. A thorough search was made for all Polish prisoners, but about 14,500 could not be found. They were not found until several of them were found by the Germans in mass graves at Katyn, near Smolensk, in April 1943.

The Soviet Union immediately blamed it on the Nazis, but they refused to allow the International Red Cross to investigate. The Germans therefore invited an International Medical Commission to investigate, and the Polish Red Cross was there to witness some of the exhumations. The International Commission consisted of doctors from twelve different countries.

The evidence was overwhelming that it had been carried out by the N K V D under direct instructions from Moscow. The only evidence indicating that the Germans might have done it was the fact that German bullets were used. However, this was explained by the fact that pistols and ammunition of that caliber had been exported to both Poland and the Soviet Union, and that NKVD officers were known to use this kind of weapon.

All the bodies found at Katyn were of people who came from the camp of Kozielsk.

But what happened to the 10,000 or so other prisoners from the other two camps? There is no solid evidence, i.e. no bodies were found, but the inmates of the camp at Starobielsk are believed to have been taken to a place near Kharkov and murdered. The inmates from the camp of Ostashkov are believed to have been taken to the White Sea, put aboard two barges, towed out to sea, and the barges sunk.

Stalin had not yet finished with the Polish people.

http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/search?f%5B0%5D=themeString%3ANazi-Soviet%20Invasion%20of%20Poland%2C%201939&query=

In July of 1944 the Soviet Armies were approaching Warsaw. On August 1, there was an uprising in the city against the German occupation, the idea being to liberate the city from inside while the Soviet troops fought their way in from the outside. Unfortunately the Soviet troops never arrived, and the outnumbered and out-gunned citizens inside surrendered on October 2.

An estimated 300,000 Polish people lost their lives. Stalin simply stalled the advance of the Red Army. The British and Americans offered to supply Warsaw by air but Stalin would not allow them to use Soviet airfields.

It is very clear that what both Hitler and Stalin wanted was the complete dismemberment of Poland. Polish soldiers held captive in the Soviet Union were told that “…by being on good friendly relations with Germany the land would never again be an independent country. Poland is dead forever.”

Nazi & soviet shake hands

Soviet Union had furnished Germany with military co-operation far beyond that which the United States was giving Britain at that time. The German navy was allowed facilities at Murmansk on a scale which contrasts favorably in many ways with restrictions placed on Allied use of the same port between 1941 and 1945.

The German liner “Bremen” found refuge there, as did a succession of blockade breaking vessels; and measures violating international law were adopted by the soviet authorities to allow the Germans to escape with a captured American merchant ship,”City of Flint”.

German auxiliary cruisers were equipped at Murmansk for raids on British shipping.

More than this, the Soviets actually allowed Germany her own naval base on Soviet soil near Murmansk. It proved to be a valuable base for U-boats operating in the North Sea, and played an important role helping supply Hitler’s invasion of Norway. The Soviets helped a German raiding cruiser, “Schiff 45”, to make her way through the ice around Siberia to the pacific, where she sank and captured 64,000 tons of allied shipping. In this and other ways the Soviet Government lent enormous assistance to the otherwise extremely vulnerable German Navy.

The main reason that Stalin opposed Britain and France was because he considered them to be capitalists and imperialists and therefore enemies of communism. Stalin had respect for the Nazis because they were revolutionary, totalitarian, and Hitler was ruthless. Hitler also had a respectful admiration for Stalin, and Goebbels believed that Communists and Nazis were cut out of the same cloth.

Many Hitler sympathizers claim that Hitler didn’t want war and yet it should be noted that both Denmark and Norway were neutral countries as were Holland and Belgium when they were attacked by the Germans.

Why?

Germany conquered one part of Poland, and Russia conquered the other part of Poland. Poland was caught in the middle before America even became involved in World War II. Poland was wiped out from both sides. After capturing a large number of prisoners, they said, “Hey Joseph, what do you want us to do with all of these prisoners?” He said, “Oh, they are just Poles; execute them.” They put hoods over their heads, tied their hands behind their backs, jerked them up as hard as they could, put ropes around their necks, and marched them out to the edge of a hill, and one by one they shot at least 14,500 Polish officers in the back of the head. How can you shoot prisoners of war? What about the Geneva Convention? Hey Joseph, don’t you know that it’s not nice to shoot people in the back of the head while they can’t resist? So why wasn’t Joe brought before the courts in The Hague?

All collaboration with the Nazis ended on June 22, 1941 when Hitler invaded the Soviet Union.

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Related:

https://ipn.gov.pl/en/news/4577,Correction-continued-the-IPNs-briefing-on-the-new-publication-concerning-Polish-.html

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