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Every demolition of a monument to the Soviet heroes is propaganda of Neo-Nazism

At the beginning of year “The World and we” has already informed that on the 6th of January a monument to the hero of the Soviet Union, major general Sabir Rakhimov, which was installed in 1981, was demolished in the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent. It seems as though a battle with monuments of the victorious warriors has become one of the methods of rewriting history for the political elite of some of the CIS countries. Fortunately, there are still a lot of people who remember well what fascism is…

Comments and facts from Uzbekistan

The general consul of Uzbekistan, Abdurakhim Rashidovich Kayumov, emphasized during his interview to our correspondent in Novosibirsk: “The monument to major general Sabir Rakhimov was not demolished, but moved. Tashkent is developing, built, central part of the city is changing and new neighborhoods are being established. The monument to the Soviet Union hero will certainly be reinstalled, however in another place. At the moment the Tashkent city hall is deciding where exactly. I would like to emphasize that there is no oppression of the Russian-speaking population in Uzbekistan at the moment. Both the Russians and the Uzbeks, as well as representatives of other nationalities, live peacefully”.

However, a year ago in January 2010 on the eve of Day defenders of the Motherland, in Tashkent a monument to Uzbek soldier was erected in the place of the monument to a Soviet soldier. And in March of 2010 the street was renamed that used to be named after Georgy Ivlev, fighter-bomber pilot, native of Tashkent, who was also awarded the title of a Hero of the Soviet Union for his bravery in the Great Patriotic War.

These facts, of course are puzzling. The soviet army that fought against the German war machine included soldiers and officers of over 40 nationalities. It appears as though today Tashkent revere only the soldiers of the so-called “main” or “title” national, who died in that war.

Samuel Volk: it is unacceptable that they want to equate fascism with soviet regime

At the end of the last year six eastern European members of the EU, namely Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania addressed the European Commission asking of an assessment of the crimes of the socialistic regimes in those countries.

Deputy Chairman of the Novosibirsk union of former minor prisoners of concentration camps Samuel Rafailovich Volk tells: “The friendship of nations and patriotism of Soviet people won against the fascist Germany. We cannot build a new government today basing on individualization and suppression of historic facts, which are in fact lies. I do not think that it is possible to increase the patriotism of the Uzbek nation in such manner.

Today the people of Siberia treat the guests from other countries very tolerantly. Many Uzbeks sell fruit and dried fruit in all the markets of the megalopolis, they work as janitors and construction workers. Their children are born in Novosibirsk. I haven’t heard about the nationalists here who would beat up the Asians. And this should not happen. However, Uzbekistan also needs to respect Russia and the Russian nation.

We, the former minor prisoners of concentration camps, have been to Germany many times after the Great Patriotic War and saw that they treated the monuments and graves of the soviet soldiers – the liberators with care. There are always flowers there. The CIS countries, as well as Russia, should learn how to respect the history and the memories from the Germans, who have repented being the initiators of the Great Patriotic War, which brought so much suffer and sorrow to the mankind”.

Truth about the brutalities of fascists and their followers is alive

Samuel Volk remembers:

- In June 1941 my father went missing. And on the 20th of November, 1941 my mother, two brothers and sister were shot. It was a miracle that I and my older brother survived. In July 1941 I was eleven. My family lived in Minsk. After my father went missing, my mother and us, five children (the youngest was only 1,5 years old), together with other Jewish families were driven behind barbed wire in the ghetto. In the beginning of the war there were about 100 thousand Jews there, who were living around Minsk and in the Baltic countries. Even the German Jews did not escape this fate. Poland had its own ghetto and Auschwitz concentration camp, where the Jews were burnt and shot.
In the Minsk ghetto our family lived in the large closet. It was a room without windows. As furniture we only had once large bed, where all of us slept lying down across it. Minsk was almost completely bombed by Germans. Our house burned down. My mother only managed to grab several clothes. She later changed those for food in the market, which quickly ended. We also worked – looked through the ruins of houses. They gave us soup once a day there. It helped not to starve.

On the 7th of November the police, which also included those from the Baltic, smashed the door to our door with butts of their automatic guns and ordered us to go into the yard. We could hear a burst of automatic gunfire. Those were the police shooting down the people, who could not walk, right there. There in the yard, those who had the “ausweis” – a white ticket, and worked for the Germans were separated from the condemned. A part of the causalities were driven into the machines – the gas -chambers.

The others were put in column and led. When our column reached the city I decided to escape and warned my mother about it. She nodded. Soon after that one woman found the right time and rushed to the side and I followed. A burst of automatic gunfire passed over our heads. I looked back and saw my younger 7-year-old brother. Hiding behind the corner I waited for my brother and took his hand. We ran into one of the sheds and there was a woman with a child – and then into the wooden toilet. But the guard caught her up. We could hear punches and terrible screams of the woman and her child. That poor woman and her child were taken back into the column. And we were lucky. After half an hour we got out of the shed. We were surrounded by the local people who felt sorry for us. But giving a shelter to Jews was as good as signing their own death sentence. That is why my brother and I went back to the ghetto.

Meanwhile an orphanage was organized in the ghetto. The thing is that there were many orphan children after the first massacre. Some of them survived the execution. They told us that by night they got out from under the dead bodies and came to the ghetto, because it was very cold to stay outside. We could wash in the orphanage. And the most important thing – they gave soup made from raw oat, cooked on horse bones. But only the older children could eat. Those, who were young, crawled on the floor and collected the crumbs. Children died every day. I decided that we had to survive at any cost. That is why almost every day I went into the city through the manhole and begged. Compassionate people gave us what they could – a piece of bread or a couple of potatoes, despite the fact that they were also facing great difficulties. First of all, I shared everything with my brothers and the rest I gave to the other children of the orphanage. It softened their awful fate.

But it was impossible to save the children from death. The thing is that during two years of fascist occupation, the orphanage in the ghetto was massacred five times. They placed cordons around the ghetto, so it was impossible to get in there. When it happened the second time, I was in the city and was very worried about the fate of my brother. When I finally managed to get into the ghetto after two days, I saw a horrible picture – dead bodies everywhere and my brother and two more children were running around playing. Children always remain children. My brother miraculously survived. When the police raided, he managed to rush to the laundry and hide in the bales of dirty laundry…
Every time after another massacre the orphanages were filled with new orphans. But their lives there were very short, until the first operation to liquidate of Jews. In July 1943 the second Belorussian front came up very close. Apparently, the local German commanders made a decision to liquidate the orphanage in the Minsk ghetto. Early in the morning we saw from the window that the German soldiers were getting out of their vehicles and quietly surrounding the orphanage. We rushed into one of the hides under the floor. One of the sheets near the stove was loose and there was a manhole under it. Several educators and children jumped in there. But the fascists crashed the brick pedestal of the foundation of the house. They lighted their torches and shot. My brother and I hid behind the brick pillars, which the house stood on and kept crawling on and on.

Having spent three days in the subfield, I decided to go outside. There were many corpses around. Passing by the isolator, I involuntarily I looked around. Several sick children were slaughtered with bayonets by the Germans – their faces were so awful that it was impossible to look at it. By the moment of Minsk liberation by the soviet army, only 13 thousand of 100 thousand of the Jews who were in the ghetto have survived. .

During my outings to the city I met the local children, who worked at the railroad station. When the next train arrived they offered their services to the German soldiers – they cleaned their boots. There were cases when the kids would be slapped for their work, but sometimes they received food or money. For that money the teenagers bought newspapers and sold them to the Germans. Once a German general called me on the platform. Having watched me from head to foot he invited me into the compartment. Transfixed I entered the compartment without knowing whether I would be able to get out. The general poured me hot tea and offered me almost a whole cake. He carefully watched the way I was eating. He allowed me to take what I couldn’t eat. But that incident was the only exception of manifestation of humanity. Who knows, maybe that general just missed his family.

And the commandant of the platform was a nightmare for us. He and his sheep dog used to always chase us – the boys. He set his dog on me twice, which would bite me with a deadly grip not letting me run away. Once he beat me with a leash and another time with a truncheon. I’ve lost consciousness because of the pain. I woke in the bathroom, from which I escaped through the small window. Later we found out the reason of such hatred – the young partisans stole weapons from the German soldiers while they were in the bathroom. At the time they used to hang their holsters for pistols and rifles on the door…

Sometime after the liquidation of the orphanage by the fascists I saw the young partisans and asked to go to the forest, to the detachment. We were taken. That partisan detachment was created by Jews in the very beginning of the war. Later we became the sons of the regiment. And after the war we were sent to a specialized school.

The prisoners of fascist concentration camps had to endure tests after the arrival of the Soviet army. For several months they lived in filtration camps. But they were fed there. Later, after receiving their documents, they could leave. If it was determined that a certain person worked as a policemen for Germans (the local population would inform about it) or were recruited, the traitor was to face the court, and more often, the tribunal. Prisoner of Buchenwald Aleksey Budasov tells that the prisoners themselves would punish the “Judases”, which they could find out about. At night, they would gag the traitor’s mouth with a wet cloth and strangle them.

Memory should not be discriminatory

Samuel Rafailovich notes that the history of the Soviet Union, especially during the Stalin times, was ambiguous. But you can’t compare the fascist and soviet regimes.
“Fascism, he continues, is the scariest horror in the history of the mankind. The followers of Hitler put into practice the theory, according to which only the chosen ones had the right to live. The others were the subject of oppression and destruction. The mankind paid a terrible piece for a victory over the fascist Germany – millions of tortured prisoners of war and civilians in concentration camps, millions of those who died on the battle fields, thousands of ruined cities. We cannot forget that horrible nightmare, so that the history of fascism spread never repeats itself again. There are already less than 300 minor prisoners of concentration camps left in Novosibirsk. Many of us have serious health problems. Despite it all, we dedicate much of our strength to convey all the truth about fascism to the young generation. We meet with students and tell them what happened. Although, I have to admit it is difficult to remember it all. In the Novosibirsk school number 192 of Kirov region museum by name of N.S.Simonov has been created of former minor prisoners of fascist concentration camps. It exhibits unique photographs, leaflets of evidence of the prisoners of Buchenwald and Salaspils”.
It is necessary to remember that the European governments turned out to be powerless against the Hitler’s war machine. Only the Soviet Union managed to win, although with terrible consequences, due to the fact that all the nations, living there, stood up and fought. If the world does not want fascism to repeat the horrors of the World War II, we need a united opposition front against Neo-Nazism and the revision of history. The ashes of the victims should reach our hearts…
 

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Author: Карновский Юрий Зиновьевич

Publication date : 28 February 2011 13:11

Source: The world and we

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