Day of remembrance of the victims of fascism (11/09)

The Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Fascism is a day of remembrance for tens of millions of people who died as a result of a gigantic, inhuman experiment. These are millions of soldiers whom the fascist leaders pushed against each other, but even more - civilians who died under bombs, in concentration camps, from disease and hunger.

In 1962, it was decided to consider every second Sunday of September the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Fascism, the main purpose of which is to combat the ideology of the revival of fascism.

The date of the Day was determined precisely for September, since this month there are two dates associated with the Second World War - the day of its beginning and its complete end. This was one of the reasons for the establishment of the day of mourning on September Sunday.