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T.34 tank at the entrance of Red Army military cemetary in Wrocław.

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Red Army cemetary in Wrocław.

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PTRD 41 (and what looks like a PTRS 41 on its left) anti-tank rifles and KPV heavy machine-gun, both 14.5×114 mm Soviet weapons. 

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MG 34 and MG 42. Did not leave pleasant memories all over Europe, particularly in Poland.

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Neither cover nor concealment, obviously. 

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So, a Russian pilot dead, the other one between the hands of Syrian “rebels”. #mayyouliveininterestingtimes

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 In the Spring of 1940, on Stalin’s orders, 22,000 Polish army officers, policement and other prisoners of war detained at the Kozielsk, Ostaszkov and Starobielsk camps were shot in the  back of the head in Katyn, Miednoje, Charkov and other places in the Soviet Union. In memory of these victims this monument was funded by their compatriots, led by “The Lower Silesian Family of Katyn” – Wrocław, 1999.