Ukraine’s “Crimean Tatar Deportation” Propaganda Reached a New Low

The Ukrainian Embassy in the United States pass off a photograph of the deportation of Polish Jews as a snapshot of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars in 1944. This was stated by the representative office of Russia in Washington.

Note that the Ukrainian embassy published a photo of the deportation of Jews from the Polish Lodz ghetto on May 18th, the so-called “Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Deportation of the Crimean Tatars”.

The Russian Embassy reminded that this photo is in the archives of the Holocaust Memorial Museum in the United States. The picture shows the landing of Jews in wagons for sending to the “Chełmno” death camp. The star of David is sewn on the sleeve of the jacket of one of the men standing near the train. France is written on one of the cars. “The methodology of Ukrainian diplomacy,” commented the Russian embassy. In addition to the diplomatic mission of Ukraine, this photo was used in articles about the “deportation of the Crimean Tatars” in a number of Ukrainian media outlets.

As if this attempt at propaganda wasn’t embarrassing enough, on May 22nd the Russian Embassy in Ankara pointed another “Crimean Tatar deportation” blunder:

“Yesterday Ankara hosted an event on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars. Photos, widely used by the organizers on banners and posters, are surprising.

The photo on the left, presumably, depicts a train on which the Crimean Tatars were taken out into exile. However, it turns out that the photo shows not a Soviet train, but an American locomotive of the end of the 19th century, which never appeared on European continent and has nothing to do with the Crimean Tatar deportation.

But the peak of cynicism is the photo on the right. As one should guess, the photo depicts ‘merciless Soviet soldiers’ who put Crimean Tatars in wagons. However, having looked closer at the uniform and arms of the servicemen, as well as the appearance of the people getting on the train, you will find out that this is a photograph of Ostarbeiters or workers who were deported by the Nazis from the Eastern territories to Germany to fill the labor shortage. By the way, the archives indicate that the Crimean Tatar collaborators quiet often helped the Nazis in these deportations.

So, here once again meet some more fake details to the legend called ‘Crimean Tatar genocide’.”

In addition to this, the notorious pseudo-Tatars Emine Dzhaparova and Refat Chubarov even gave a speech against the background of this falsified montage in a hall full of loyal servants of Washington.

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