Pamyat


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Pam•yat

(ˈpɑm yɑt)
n.
an ultraconservative Russian nationalist organization founded in 1980 and noted for disseminating anti-Western and anti-Semitic propaganda.
[< Russian Pámyat' literally, memory]
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VICHAYA PAMYAT PEEL HILDA GWENDOLINE On July 10th, 2014.
Near the banks of Lake Baikal they found a grim token of a previous escape attempt: A crude cross bearing the phrase vechnaya pamyat (in everlasting memory), three initials, and a date--1846.
This is Eva's first lesson in being Ukrainian, which Moroz says begins vichnaia pamyat, in everlasting memory: "We are people who remember, Eva, even when there is nothing to remember but defeat and death.
By the early 1980s, Pamyat, a right-wing group that developed from the All-Russian Society for the Preservation of Historical and Cultural Monuments (an organization dedicated to nature protection and historical conservation), also began to involve itself with environmental questions.
Like right-wing ecological groups and parties in the West, Pamyat has linked environmental concerns with a strident ultra-nationalism.
111) If they are not at th e Carpahians resort or in Cape May, they might be at a funeral singing Vichnaya Pamyat (196) or at a wedding with bandurists playing.
First up was a Fascist group called Pamyat (Memory) which admired the ultimate Fascist clown Mussolini.