Europe: spring of 1945

­Sixty-five years have passed since the end of World War II, but people still do not forget the tragic events. Europe was occupied by fascist troops, while concentration camps had been set up in Poland, Czechoslovakia and other countries. Today, the former camps of Terezin in Czechoslovakia and Auschwitz in Poland are museums, but those who were liberated from them still remember the Soviet troops and their triumph in the spring of 1945.