On the last working day of the week, November 20, marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the international Tribunal over the leaders of Nazi Germany. These days in many countries across Europe held anti-fascist rallies. "Anti-fascists of Europe will come to Central squares of their cities, to remind the inhabitants of the Old world to the triumph of justice, the inevitability of retribution and equality of all before the legislative act – and the politicians and generals and ordinary people. The main slogan of the action is to avoid repeating the mistakes of mankind and the responsibility of the European officials are making their political decisions - whether it's favourable attitude to the Ukrainian ultra-nationalists or inaction in the face of danger the further spread of ISIS and radical thoughts of Islam, " according to a press release from the organizers.
"Recent events in France showed the tragic consequences that increases the likelihood of bringing support Europe policy T. N." controlled chaos " that the U.S. and NATO implement in the middle East and in Ukraine ", - stated in the message. In Madrid, a meeting was held on Thursday evening. In Athens the rally will start on the last working day of the week at noon at the Embassy of Ukraine. Similarly on Friday, the anti-Fascists will hold its shares in the Hague and Nuremberg. The Nuremberg trials were international court trials of the former leaders of Nazi Germany. Was held from 10 am on 20 November 1945 to 1 October 1946 the international military Tribunal in Nuremberg. The surviving representatives of the Nazi elite were handed down harsh sentences-from long-term (including lifetime) imprisonment to the death penalty. The court recognized criminal organizations SS, SD, Gestapo and the senior members of the Nazi party.