JA, 9/ 7/2010 - 5:07pm "After reading this article, I was initially irritated that this bust would be placed in the D-Day Memorial. However, a very brief investigation supplied me with the text of the Stalin plaque. It is available for everybody to read on the Memorial's own website: http://www.dday.org/index.php?page=Stalin. The plaque is quite clear about Stalin's atrocities (as much detail as any plaque could contain). The text is too long to post here, but an excerpt says, "some 20 million were sent to gulags or executed." There is also a mention that he influenced D-Days date and place. I am perfectly fine with the bust now, because we were allied with this monster for a short time. This should not be forgotten. There is no disinformation being spread here, and it certainly isn't an homage to Stalin. Indeed, the only disinformation I can find is your lack of providing all salient facts in your OpEd. That, and tying this to some sort of grand conspiracy by the media and educators. It is no wonder that this 'issue' isn't being reported by most media. They most likely did basic research (eg. 10 seconds on Google)."
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