Katyn Massacre

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Katyn Massacre

mass murder of 4250 Polish officers during WWII (c. 1939). [Polish Hist.: NCE, 1457]
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The massacre at Katyn, after all, remained a non-event from 1940 until 1943, unknown to all except for Stalin, his chief lieutenants, and the NKVD apparatus that carried out the slaughter.
In this voluminous record, there is only one exchange that bears directly on the massacre at Katyn.
He also said Russian's investigation into the crash may help improve relations between the two countries, some 70 years after the massacre at Katyn.
Accounts of the massacre at Katyn under orders of the Soviet command and the coverup that followed should be required reading by any student of the Second World War.
It's not his fault that history has betrayed the judgment at Nuremberg--by proving conclusively, for example, that the Soviets, who were among the most zealous prosecutors and most vengeful judges at Nuremberg, also committed one of the most terrible crimes of World War II, the massacre at Katyn Forest.
6) The term "Katyn massacre" originally referred only to the massacre carried out at Katyn Forest, but the more modern-day investigations of this crime cover both the massacre at Katyn Forest as well as the killings carried out at the sites mentioned above.
73) Fischer, supra note 1 (suggesting Soviet officials attempted to rectify the massacre at Katyn with the abuses in Polish prisoner of war camps that held Soviets).