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Putin: Easing the burden of memory

Soldiers stand behind a wall inscribed with the names of officers who died at Katyn. Soldiers stand behind a wall inscribed with the names of officers who died at Katyn. (Reuters)
April 10, 2010

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Some events symbolize the suffering of whole peoples. One is the Katyn forest massacres of 22,000 Poles by the Red Army. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin helped ease the pain of historical memory by placing a wreath on a memorial to the victims. (Full article: 198 words)

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