Thursday, December 02, 2010

Russia's Reckoning With Her Crimes

Polshiin yurunhii said Donald Tusk ungursun zun
Karliin Ih Surguuli deer unshsan lektsiin uyer

Ihenh humuus anzaaraaguy baih l daa. Ungursun doloo honogt bolson chuhal negen uil yavdal bol yah argaguy Orosiin parliament Katyn massacre-t Stalin bolon ter uyeiin Zuvlultiin udirdagchid buruutay baisniig huleen zuvshuursun yavdal bailaa. Gehdee end hamgiin temdegluushtey zuil ni Polyak-uud uursduu EU-eer damjuulan Orosiig enehuu medegdliig hiihees uur argaguy baidald oruulsan yavdal. Uuniig l jinhene diplomat ur uhaan gedeg baih. (Medeej Donald Tusk uuniig hiij chadsanaaraa tuuhend neree munhluh ni gartsaaguy).

Harin manaihan Ih Helmegduuleltiin talaar chuham yu hiij baigaa yum buu med. Minii medehiin Enkhbayar 2000 ond baina uu daa MAXH helmegduulelted buruutay, gehdee tegj yarih yum bol manai nam ch gesen davhar helmegdsen geh mayagiin yum heleed uursud deeree buruug tohoshiigeed ungursun. Tsaashlaad bid Orosuudaar buruug ni huleelguuleh baitugay helmegdsen humuusiinhee materialiig archive-aas ni olj avch ch chaddaguy archaaguy ard tumen. Hervee tuuhen unen gej baidag yum bol hezee negen tsagt Orosuud Stalin-ii hiisen hergiin umnuus bidnees uuchlalt guih uchirtay. Harin uuniig uhaan siilj Orosuudiig shahaand oruulj baij olj avahaas bish uchirguy neg udur uuchlalt guichihna gej genen dur esgeh ali esvel ogt bolooguy met nudee aniad unguruh erh bidend baihguy.

Oiriin uyed ene uil yavdaltay holbootoygoor Katyn-ii talaar neleed olon zuil bichigdeh baih (uunii dotor Polshiin gadaad hergiin said Radoslaw Sikorski-giin ehner Anne Applebaum yu heleh ni neleed sonirholtoy baih bolov uu). Yutay ch tedgeeriin salhiig hagalsan Timothy Snyder-iin (a brilliant historian!) niitleliig unshihiig zuvluj baina:

The declaration of the Russian parliament deserves great praise, and the political acknowledgement of Katyń might affect Russia’s own discussions of Stalinism. It invites Poles into a conversation about history that heretofore has focused on Russia’s own wartime heroism and martyrology. Presumably, it won’t be long before a Russian or Polish historian points out that Stalin’s Great Terror, remembered as the great crime against Russians, in fact specifically targeted ethnic minorities such as Poles. However that may be, the declaration confirms a basic reality of our age of globalized commemoration: national history is becoming inseparable from foreign policy.

Addendum: Hervee amjaaguy bol Andrzej Wajda-giin "Katyn"-iig zaaval olj uzeerey + Anne Applebaum's brilliant review of the film: "A Movie That Matters"

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