Poland: Left-wing activists disrupt anti-communist 'Cursed Soldiers' march

Anti-fascist activists attempted to intervene in a nationalist march in commemoration of Poland's post-World War II anti-communist fighters, known as the 'Cursed Soldiers' in central Warsaw, Thursday. The so-called 'Cursed Soldiers' were groups of Polish nationalist guerrillas that formed towards the end of World War II to fight against the communist government installed by the Soviet Union... Еще, following the liberation of Poland. Whilst most of the guerrillas were wiped out by 1948, some remained and fought against the communist government for almost 20 years after the end of WWII. On Thursday, events were held across Poland as the country marked a day of remembrance for the so-called 'Cursed Soldiers.' Events took place in several cities and towns including Warsaw where Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo led tributes and met with several veterans during the day.

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