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England’s Day of Shame – Graves of Polish war heroes desecrated [video]

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Graves including those of Polish war heroes who fought for Britain in the dark days of World War Two have been destroyed at a cemetery in Worcestershire.

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Sick thugs wrecked the graves at Blockley Station Road Cemetery in Evesham.

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A destroyed gravestone lies in pieces on the ground at the resting place for Poles and Polish soldiers

Headstones have been smashed and signs urging the public to respect the facility have been defaced.

British Poles, a project aimed at increasing the British-Polish voice within UK politics, tweeted pictures of the damage to the graves, calling it a 'sad day for the community'.

The cemetery is the final resting place of 122 Second World War Polish nationals who lived in the nearby disused army camps of Springhill and Northwick Park.

Among them were soldiers who fought in the war alongside British troops.

‘British Poles’ tweeted pictures of the damage to the graves, calling it a ‘sad day for the community’.  Indeed, and a day of shame for Britain too!

 

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