In the Belarusian town of Kobrin activists posted on the walls of the military historical Museum named after Alexander Suvorov, the poster, which the commander called the executioner depicted in the form of a vampire. About it reports the Belarusian service of “Radio Liberty”.
“His troops seized the Belarusians Freedom. Residents have become personal slaves Kobrin Suvorov” — the authors of the poster. In addition, they believe that the glorification of the executioner is a shame.
One of the authors of images reported by “Charter 97”, that “the purpose of this action was to show the true face and sinister role in the history of Belarus “great Generalissimo””.
The Museum is housed in the house of 1790 building, given to the Russian commander after the suppression of their uprising led by Tadeusz Kosciuszko in 1794. The Kosciuszko uprising against the partition of Poland between Prussia, Austria and Russia, was the occasion for the ultimate elimination of that state. The result of the three partitions of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Russian Empire received about a quarter of its territory — the current Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania. In the Belarusian nationalist circles Kosciuszko uprising is considered to be an armed action against the “Russian occupation”.
Video, photo All from Russia.