70-year anniversary of the genocide of Kalmyk people

In 2013 will be 70-year anniversary of the tragedy of the small Kalmyk people.

December 28, 1943 the Kalmyk people suffered genocide by the Soviet Union.

Genocide is the ultimate crime against humanity.

Children, women and old men were sent to Siberia in cold railcars. All Kalmyks were branded allies of the German military and were considered dangerous.

On the way to Siberia, half of the people died from hunger and cold.

After that survived Kalmyks were settled in small groups in the vast territory in order to Kalmyks have disappeared from the face of the Earth.

Kalmyks was struck off the encyclopedia.

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