The main Austrian news magazine "Profil" devoted its paper issue to "The Victory Day" of bloody Bolshevik hordes over the nations of eastern and central Europe in its cover article "The 'liberators and protectors, drunkards and rapists".
There is no this politically incorrect article on the Internet, there is only the cover.
The article tells, very soft, told about Russian atrocities in Austria in 1945-1955, although Austria was for the "liberators" not even Germany, but a "victim of Nazism."
It is reported that the Russian government has officially stole in Austria 31,000 railway cars with goods and equipment. What every single Russian soldier stole and plundered in the country for himself and his family was not included in the statistics.
In addition to massive looting, Russian "liberators" were engaged in mass rape. According to Austrian historian Barbara Stelz-Marx, outlined in her book "Stalin's troops in Austria (Stalins Soldaten in Osterreich)", the Russian soldiery raped in a small country with a population of only 8 million, 270,000 Austrian women. Out of them, about 240,000 Austrian women in Vienna and Lower Austria, 10,000 in Styria and 20,000 in Burgenland. These provinces were included by the Democratic liberators into the zone of Russian occupation.
On the occasion of the Russian holiday "First May-1945", Stalin officially allowed his soldiery to rob and rape Austrians with impunity during 3 days. On other days, Russian robbed and raped the Austrians too, but "unofficially." No Russian robbers and rapists were punished for that.
When an Yugoslav Communist boss, Milovan Djilas, got horrified by Russian atrocities in Austria, Stalin said: "What, can't he understand that soldiers finds joy in women?".
In Germany, the number women, maids and little girls, raped by the Russians, reached 1.9 million. In East Germany, there were about 4 million Russian "liberators." That means that at least every second Russian soldier was a rapist.
In Russia, official Russian figures on raped women in Austria and Germany were never published, and they still constitute a state secret of the Russian Federation under Putin, says the Austrian magazine.
Russian generals in Austria bathed in stolen luxury. Thus, the Russian "High Commissioner for Austria," with a true "Slavic" name V.M. Kraskevich lived Vienna in an apartment of 254 square meters. For the repair, he took from the Austrian state treasury 160,000 shillings and equipped it with stolen expensive antique furniture, carpets and silk curtains.
In Baden, near Vienna, the Russian criminal Kraskevich had a stolen a villa with 15 rooms. When this was discovered by Stalin in 1952, he only lightly scolded the offender.
The magazine also describes robbery methods by Russian "liberators" in the villages. For example, a Russian officer on horseback burst into the mayor's office and tried to jump over the desk in the office on his horse in the village of Jennesdorf in Burgenland on January 5, 1946. At the same time, in another village, Eberau, the Russians seized all the cattle, all machinery and equipment, all stocks of grain from Austrian peasants and took all these looted goods with them, along with all the doors and windows, ovens, floors and ceilings from peasants' houses.
In the village of Rudersdorf, Russian soldiery led by Russian officers searched all the houses and cellars, as well as the orchards and gardens and took with them all all the clothes, linens and household articles they found. In particular, the Russian soldiery hunted for bicycles.
But the most favorite objects for Russian lootings were watches.
Russian soldiery were officially allowed to send to their Mother Russia parcels with stolen goods: 16 kg per month for generals. 10 kg for officers and 5 kg for simple soldiery.
Security officers have had their own kg. The leaders of the Russian gang of the NKVD (now the FSB) sent home gold and antiques. No one interfered in that.
In "legitimate" soldiers' parcels only that the Russians sent home for private ownership there were 60,000 pianos, 459,000 radios and 3.3 million pairs of shoes.
Thus, a large number of Russian "civilians" - wives, children and parents -also participated in Russian crimes in Austria.
In addition to the mass rapes and lootings, the Russians in Austria were also involved in assassinations for political reasons. In the period of 1950-1953, Russian invaders kidnapped, shipped to Moscow and "executed" (killed) more than 100 Austrians for "anti-Soviet propaganda". In their criminal activities, the Russians were actively assisted by local Communists, fellow tribesmen of Kraskevich. By 1951, all the chiefs of police stations and commissariats were members of the Austrian Communist Party.
Russian occupation forces pumped all the oil from Austria. In 1953, 90% of oil in the Russian colonies in Eastern Europe came from Austria.
The total amount of the official Russian "transfer" from Austria amounted to 16 billion euros. Russian murderers, rapists and robbers literally flooded Austria. For every 15 Austrians there was one Russian invader.
The Russians arrested in peacetime more than 2,000 Austrians. Approximately 1,000 of them were sentenced and sent to the Gulag in Mother Russia to build communism. More than 100 Austrians were executed in Moscow by the Russians, the Profil magazine writes.
Department of Monitoring