Ukraine Round-Up, April 2017

Nationalists Hold Demonstrations In Honour Of SS Division “Galicia” In Ivano-Frankivsk & Ternopil

April 28th.

Nationalists of the organizations Carpathian Sich & Right Sector, among others, took to the streets on the 74th anniversary of the formation of the SS Division Galicia, made up of Ukrainian volunteers.

The march took place under the slogan: “Division Galicia – Heroes of Ukraine,” & the marchers chanted slogans such as  “One Nation! One race! One Homeland – it is Ukraine,” “Glory to Ukraine” and “Death to invaders.”

The end of march was held near the graves at Riflemen Square, where Ukrainian veterans are buried. There was observed a minute of silence. A veteran of the division read a poem in memory of SS Division “Galicia” titled Victory or Death. At the end everyone sung with one voice, the national anthem of Ukraine.

http://pravyysektor.info/news/news/3122/urochista-hoda-v-ivanofrankivsku-z-nagodi-74oyi-richnici-stvorennya-diviziyi-galichina.html

Another event was held by Right Sector at the same time in Ternopil, again in honour of the Galician SS Division.

http://pravyysektor.info/news/news/3118/u-ternopoli-nacionalisti-viddali-shanu-diviziyi-galichina.html

German “Civil Corps” Sent Presents To The Children Of Mariupol

German-speaking “Civil Corps” (civilian wing of the Azov battalion) and other Germans gathered aid for the kids in Mariupol, Ukraine, a half-million strong city in the partially occupied Donetsk region which was reconquered by the AZOV regiment, then battalion. The surplus of consumerism in Germany was “utilized” by activists to alleviate the suffering of people in the contested areas.

In addition to large quantities of chocolate (over 15 Kg), the campaign also collected clothing, children’s chalk and toys. The transportation required no additional expenses, since some Ukrainians were traveling to Germany for holiday purposes and kindly brought the donations to the homeland.

On the eve of Easter, the editorial office of the Reconquista Germany network would like to initiate something like that for the German needy. Follow the updates about it on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Informationsfront

Vyshgorod: Nationalists Fighting Against The Remnants Of The Yanukovych Regime

Recently, the collaborators of the Party of Regions (ex-ruling party, now supporters of neo-Bolshevism) again stepped up their activities trying to hold an anti-Ukrainian campaign in Vyshgorod.

Like last time, they were chased off by nationalists, in large part thanks to the vigilance of local residents. If in the third year of the war, the impotent government does not know what to do with collaborators – patriots must act.

Thank you concerned citizens and please continue to contact local branches of “Right Sector” in case of this pro-Putin abomination in your cities.

http://pravyysektor.info/news/news/3112/u-vishgorodi-nacionalisti-boryutsya-proti-zalishkiv-rezhimu-anukovicha.html

Mariupol: Nationalists Clear Football Field Of Blacks & Asians

April 23rd.

A group of university students, many of whom were non-white foreigners, decided to head out & play football.

Unfortunately for them, there were Ukrainian nationalists said to be members of the Azov Battalion nearby. Ten camouflage clad men stormed the field with telescopic batons, reportedly beating the foreigners & shouting threats. They immediately fled the area, not even putting up a fight.

Witnesses said they were speaking Russian.

Later, one of the “victims”, a foreigner named Mohammed, said that after the incident he went to the police, but no one wanted to take his statement about the attack. He waited in vain for 40 minutes before giving up.

Azov battalion denied involvement in the incident.

http://pn14.info/?p=176813

 

 

 

 

Riga, Latvia: Memorial March For Latvian SS Legion

March 16 - Legionnaires' Memorial Day

March 16th, 2017.

Over 2,000 people in Riga, Latvia held a march to honor the veterans of the Latvian Legion, a volunteer division of the Waffen SS. An equal number of people came out to observe the march; only about a dozen people were on hand to protest the event. There were no incidents of violence or arrests.

16 March

Estonians, Lithuanians, & Ukrainians were present to offer their support.

In the video below, Latvian nationalists visit Legion veterans.

For more information, pictures, & videos, please visit http://www.nacionalaapvieniba.lv/par-mums/tradicijas/16-marts-legionaru-pieminas-diena/

 

 

Estonia: Waffen-SS veterans mark the anniversary of the Battle of Tannenberg Line

Some 500 people participated in the 72nd anniversary of the of the Battle of Tannenberg Line, in memory of the Estonian World War II veterans who fought for Nazi Germany’s 20th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS.

The ceremony included speeches from the veterans and a prayer from local Lutheran priest, after which the veterans and public laid wreaths beside the memorial.

Members of Estonian nationalist groups were present, as were guests from Germany. The event was carried out unopposed.

http://www.ilgiornale.it/news/mondo/raduno-delle-ss-parata-choc-estonia-1291657.html

 

Latvia’s Waffen-SS veterans march alongside far-right lawmakers

Latvian veterans of Waffen-SS units and their supporters have celebrated Legion Day, an unofficial holiday honoring Nazi collaborators during WWII, with marches through downtown Riga, Latvia’s capital.

Those taking part in the procession, some dressed in old Latvian military outfits, were carrying the national flags of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, as well as the Ukrainian neo-nazi Azov battalion.

The Latvian government officially opposes the event, but does not prohibit it on the grounds of free speech.

The Latvian Legion of the Waffen-SS consisted of almost 150,000 Latvians and was split into two divisions. The legion was created in 1943 on the orders of Adolf Hitler. On March 16, 1944, the legion was deployed against the Soviet Red Army near the town of Pskov. It was among the last of the Nazi forces to surrender in 1945.

The Waffen-SS march has been held annually on March 16 since 1998.

https://www.rt.com/news/335790-latvian-ss-march-lawmakers/