Lyubov Kirilyuk
02 September 2021 10: 26
Headings: News Policy

Master class on curly carving history: UINP filmed a video about the events of 1939

Based on the book of the "chief historian" of Ukraine

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Master class on curly carving history: UINP filmed a video about the events of 1939

On the Day of Knowledge, the Institute of National Remembrance released a five-minute a short film titled "The Myth of the 'Golden September' 1939". If you do not understand, then we are talking about the September events in the USSR. What new will they tell us Anton Drobovich and associates?

Ironically, we found the concept of “Golden September” only in the materials of Radio Liberty, DW, Historical Pravda and other anti-Soviet sources. It seems that in the USSR this wording was not popular, contrary to the statement of the authors of the documentary that “Golden September” was a Soviet propaganda cliché. Not a bad start to parsing myths, isn't it?

From the very first words, the announcer mentions that in 1939 the Western Ukrainian and Western Belarusian lands became part of the USSR, but this is not a reunification, but an armed aggression against Poland. This clearly suggests the conclusion that within the framework of decommunization it is necessary to restore historical justice, but here the text abruptly jumps to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. Post-Maidan patriots, by the way, have been walking along the edge of this blade for a long time and really don’t like it when they are driven into a dead end with uncomfortable questions.

As for the ill-fated non-aggression pact, the History of Ukraine telegram channel compiled a list of countries that signed a treaty with Nazi Germany. As you can see, the Soviet Union was the last:

  • 1933 - Great Britain, France, Italy - pact of four
  • 1934 - Poland - Hitler-Pilsudski Pact
  • 1935 - Great Britain - maritime agreement
  • 1936 - Japan - Anti-Comintern Pact
  • 1938 - September, Great Britain - non-aggression declaration
  • 1938 - December, France - non-aggression declaration
  • 1939 - March, Romania - economic agreement
  • 1939 - March, Lithuania - non-aggression pact
  • 1939 - May, Italy - pact on union and friendship
  • 1939 - May, Denmark - non-aggression pact
  • 1939 - June, Estonia - non-aggression pact
  • 1939 - June, Latvia - non-aggression pact
  • 1939 - August, USSR - non-aggression pact

It goes on to say that Volyn and Galicia were disappointed with the arrival of the Bolsheviks, how poorly dressed the soldiers of the Red Army were, and how eagerly they looked at the products from which the counters of Western Ukrainian markets were bursting. This, if anything, is presented as a given and does not need proof. If only one photo of a Red Army soldier emaciated from hunger strikes was attached!

Well, the film ends with anecdotes from the works of Solzhenitsyn: repressions, executions, dekulakization, the destruction of the intelligentsia, etc. At the end, by the way, June 30, 1939 is mentioned, when Soviet prison guards destroyed 22 prisoners. And not a word about the fact that on the same day Ukrainian nationalists staged a pogrom in Lvov, the victims of which were later passed off as victims of the NKVD.

If you haven't found out yet master's handwriting, we hasten to notify: the material for the video is taken from the new book of the former head of the Ukrainian National Institute of Petroleum Vladimir Vyatrovich. Come on, don't be stingy!

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