Black Ribbon Day

Today is Black Ribbon Day where we reflect on the impact and remember the victims of the two great evils that afflicted Europe in the 20th Century: Communism and Nazism.
Black Ribbon Day marks the anniversary of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, which was signed on this day in 1939 between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany and resulted in the division of Poland and the annexation of the Baltic states as well as part of Romania by the Soviet Union.