Nijmegen cemetery in Netherlands vandalized

Ukrainian Nazism exported to Netherlands; Nijmegen cemetery vandalized

Vandals desecrated a military cemetery in Nijmegen in the Netherlands and painted the Ukrainian flag, Nazi swastika and also wrote anti-Russian slogans.

The war cemetery has the graves of 1,642 soldiers who died during World War II. Soldiers hailing from Canada, Australia, and other WW2 allies were also buried here.

This instance of vandalism further strengthens the fact that Ukrainian Nazism is being exported to the rest of the world.

Public display of Nazi flags and holocaust denial are both illegal in the Netherlands.

But these instances of vandalism show that the Netherlands would find it difficult to enforce its laws.






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