Lukov March in Sofia’2017


February 18, 2017, was held the annual Lukov March organized by Bulgarian National Union. The march is targeted because of the commemoration of the hero of World War I and one of the founders of the Union of Bulgarian National Legions Hristo Lukov, who was killed nearby his own house by communist partisans on February 13, 1943. This year, two thousand people took part in the march. Nationalist delegations from different [Western] European countries and Poland were present as well.

From the very beginning of the event, local authorities and police tried to prevent holding the march. The mayor of Sofia Jordanka Fandykova prohibited the march justifying it by presence of the “extremists from abroad.” Nevertheless, Fandykova did not object to the arrival of Greek and German left-radical organizations which protested against the march together with Bulgarian leftists. Apart from local authorities, embassies of Israel, the USA and the Russian Federation had the same attitude. Before the manifestation, the police blocked the square where it was scheduled to start and conducted a strict search and seizure using even a breathalyzer.


Despite the obstacles, Lukov March started at 6 pm, initially divided in two parts by the police. Manifestation ended at Hristo Lukov’s house where organizers and foreign representatives delivered their speeches. Participants laid flowers at the memorial plaque and sang the song glorifying Hristo Lukov.


It is worth adding that organizers of the march made efforts to provide a pan-European character of the event, as evidenced by the presence of different nationalist delegations from Sweden (Nordic Resistance Movement), Germany (Der Dritte Weg, Die Rechte), France [and others: Italy, Croatia, Spain, Hungary]. Polish delegation consisted of various Polish nationalist organizations. There was also a transparent with a slogan “Defend Europe” written in different languages.







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Hauptmann Ferdinand Frech


Ritterkreuzträger Hauptmann Ferdinand Frech. (Born 4 March 1920 Died 25 January 1945) Frech received : -Knight cross of the Iron cross ; -4 silver tank destruction badge ; -Wehrmacht honor clasp attached to the iron cross ribbon ; -German cross in gold ; -Bronze close combat clasp ; -Iron cross 1st class ; -Silver infantry assault badge ; -Silver wound badge.

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