Sunday, April 23, 2023

Poles not allowed to participate in ceremonies at the Ravensbrück concentration camp

According to the Polish news portal, Dorzeczy: A scandal broke out during the celebrations of the 78th anniversary of the liberation of KL Ravensbrück. The German organizers of the ceremony did not let in representatives of the Union of NSZ Soldiers from Szczecin, Poland. The organizers refused them entry to the ceremony. The police were summoned and surrounded the Poles.

Tomasz Duklanowski from Radio Szczecin, who observed the situation, claims that the celebration's organizers argued that they had the right to do so and did not explain why they made such a decision.

The journalist also informs that representatives of the far-left Antifa were admitted to the ceremony.

The Germans imprisoned over 130,000 women, 20,000 men, and 1,000 girls from 40 countries. Polish women constituted the largest group of women imprisoned in Ravensbrück Concentration Camp.