World war two and anti-fascist resistance from the perspective of public

Three quarters of respondents suppose that World war two and key events of the war should be still remembered, 15 % of people share opposite opinion. More than two fifths of people expressed their opinion that key events of the war are seldom remembered, same part of people think that these events are remembered well and 6 % of respondents think that the events are remembered too often. Czech anti-fascist resistance in West or in East Europe is evaluated to be important or very important, czech anti-fascist resistance in West Europe is supposed to be important or very important by 71 % of respondents, czech anti-fascist resistance in East Europe is supposed to be important or very important by 70% of people and 68 % of respondents evaluate home anti-fascist resistance.

Respondents think that Soviet army was the most important army which helped to liberate European continent, the second most evaluated is U.S.Army which is followed by british Army.

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