German-Soviet Military Parade – Brest-Litovsk, 1939

World War II began in 1939. In the same year began the joint German-Soviet operation to attack and partition Poland. In commemoration of this joint act, a parade of the Wehrmacht and the Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Army took place in Brest-Litovsk.

The act of a joint attack on Poland speaks of a deep conspiracy between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. The documented joint parade is essentially a confirmation of an actual union between the two countries.

Despite this fact, the current government of Russia dares to say that Garegin Nzhdeh entered into a conspiracy with the Nazis and established the Armenian Legion during the Soviet-German Union.

Nzhdeh at the time was a Bulgarian citizen, and Bulgaria was in alliance with Germany. With his decisions, Garegin Nzhdeh, first of all, fulfilled his duty to the country of which he was a citizen at that time. He also performed a duty to his nation that would have been wiped off the face of the earth if not for the Armenian Legion. His goal was to ultimately resist the Turkish invasion of Armenia, which was planned at that time.

But the USSR and Germany at some stage of their union did not find agreement on something and soon found themselves waging war against each other.

In short, stay away from Garegin Nzhdeh! The Kremlin is only thinking of how to justify Russia’s historical betrayal and wash dirt and blood off its hands. Recently, the State Duma of Russia imposed a ban on the mention of the Soviet-German conspiracy and alliance at the beginning of World War II. This ban applies to the historical video below as well.

The Polovtsian essence of the Moscow Tatars took over – the primitive gopniks can offer nothing more than another Iron Curtain. But prohibitions will not help.

Read also: American Diplomat Urges Russia To Stop Falsifying History




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