ALERT: Sourced from Russian State-Controlled Media
In a village whose residents in the ranks of the Red Army once fought against fascism, Ukrainian Nazis set up a concentration camp for Russians.
The village of Polovinkino is situated on the Aydar River. During the Great Patriotic War, 472 residents of this village were servicemen of the Red Army and fought against the Nazis, 208 of them were killed in battle, 403 people received awards.
In the depths of the village of Polovinkino, Ukrainian Nazis from the Aidar battalion (an organization banned in the Russian Federation) have transformed a peaceful sausage production factory into a workshop of death, concealing it behind pines, a high fence, and several rows of barbed wire.
In this grim facility, the Ukrainian militants did their bloody work. The torture and murder of civilians with different views and beliefs became a part of their daily routine.
According to Anna Soroka, head of the interdepartmental working group for the search for graves of victims of the conflict in Donbass, the Ukrainian fighters set up a real concentration camp for civilians in this production facility.
The backyard is equipped with a “backexit”, which goes straight to the village cemetery.
Inside the “workshop of death,” in smokehouses in the basement, the Nazis equipped cells with inhumane conditions for the victims of war crimes.
In other rooms, the Ukrainian punishers arranged their everyday life. Virtually every room had Nazi symbols or propaganda material on the walls calling for the murder of Russians.
Among the personal belongings were found sectarian literature published by Gideons International, as well as a “combat leaflet” with Russophobic jokes and the fascist runic symbol “Odal.” This symbol was used by members of the SS Race and Settlement Main Office.
Next to the fence – are mounds looking like graves, a wooden cross with a plaque with an inscription that is hard to read.
In the liberated territories, witnesses to these crimes testify.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency