Recently, the name of Sergey Radchenko made headlines in Greece's media. A historian and professor at John Hopkins University, Radchenko posted on his personal Twitter account “declassified documents” from the Russian State Archives concerning the relations of the Communist Parties of Greece (KKE) and the Soviet Union (USSR), as well as the struggle of the communist-backed Democratic Army of Greece (DSE) during the 1946-1949 Civil War.
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French communist poet Paul Éluard (1895-1952) was part of the delegation which visited the strongholds of the communist-led Democratic Army of Greece (DSE) in Vitsi and Grammos mountains of northern Greece in June 1949.
Back then, DSE was in the midst of a fierce battle against the National Army and its imperialist allies, namely the United States.
At the end of his visit, Éluard dedicated the following message to the heroic fighters of the Democratic Army:
Friday, November 23, 2018
|The memorial with the plaque dedicated to the heroes of the|
DSE in Dziwnowie.
The latest incident in the series of anticommunist hysteria is taking place in the town of Dziwnów, where there is a monument in honor of the Democratic Army of Greece (DSE)*. More specifically, the monument pays tribute to wounded fighters of the Democratic Army of Greece who had been treated in a special military hospital especially founded by the Polish People's Republic. The fighters subsquently succumbed to their wounds and were buried in Dziwnów. The monument was built by polish soldiers during the socialist era.
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|KKE Gen. Sec. Dimitris Koutsoumbas at the|
DSE memorial (Source: 902.gr)