Thursday, April 28, 2011
Photo of the Day
One thing I love about Dublin is how you can come across something new, random and interesting every time you take a stroll through the city. Today I spotter an exhibition to the Katyn Massacre outside a beautiful church on High Street, that is obviously popular with the Polish community. In 1940, Stalin had the entire officer class of the Polish Army (that had been captured by the Red Army after the Nazi Soviet Pact) exterminated. About 20,000 Poles were murdered by the scum of humanity in Stalin's notorious NKVD. Not until the fall of the USSR did the crime become fully understood as the Soviets blamed the killings on the Nazis who invaded the Soviet Union in 1941.