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“Et tu, Brute?” A Message from Donetsk to Iosif Kobzon

Original: narzur.ru  Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by Gleb Bazov Iosif Davydovich Kobzon—until recently so respected, so loved by us, conquering our hearts with your fealty to compatriots, with your support for our mortal struggle against the fascist scum, with your courage in risking life and limb to come to your homeland in time of … Continue reading

Veteran’s Memories: I Have Forgiven No One

Original article Translation by Alexander Fedotov – Once again, there has been much written about Stalingrad. What event, which was not mentioned by historians in the numerous monographs, has remained in your memory? – Probably, the event at the Tractor Plant that has remained unknown or has not been mentioned in the publications. In September … Continue reading

A philosopher must not stay on the sidelines

Original: Colonel Cassad Translation by Alexander Fedotov On the evening of 28 September the artist Anton Belikov doused the photographs of the Ukrainian soldiers of punitive forces exhibited at the Sakharov Center in Moscow with red paint. The IA Novorossia correspondent managed to meet with Anton, who happened to be a very interesting man to … Continue reading

“Heroes of the ATO” in Moscow

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by Tiago de Carvalho An exhibition displaying photographs of troops from the Donbas Battalion opened in Moscow on September 28:

“Praviy Sektor” is a modern SS

Original article Igor Rotar for Lenta.ru Translation by Alexander Fedotov Confessions of an American mercenary about his service among the Ukrainian radicals Part of the image has been blurred in order not to violate the laws of the Russian Federation Photo: Sergey Kharchenko / NurPhoto / ZUMA / Globallookpress.com   “Dregs of society” – that … Continue reading

Did Roman Shukhevych do something bad?

Original article by Denis Seleznev in Vzglyad Translation by Alexander Fedotov On Friday, 17 June, in Kiev several dozen people picketed the Embassy of Poland with the aim to prevent the recognition of the massacre of Poles committed by the UPA [the Ukrainian Insurgent Army – a nationalist paramilitary fought against the Poles and the … Continue reading

Kiev card or why Yarosh confessed to unleashing the war in the Donbass

Original article lenta.ru Translation by Alexander Fedotov   The former leader of the banned in Russia extremist nationalist movement Praviy Sektor (PS) and a deputy of Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Yarosh surprised many by admitting that in April 2014 members of PS, on the direct orders of the leaders of Ukraine, took part in fighting at Slavyansk. … Continue reading

The most famous Serbian volunteer leaves the Donbass

Original article: ruserbia.com Translation by Alexander Fedotov Preamble: We, at Slavyangrad, have been following Dejan’s story for a long time since we published our translation of the interview he gave to Ivan Maximovich (Иван Максимовић) of КМ Новине in November 2014. The time has come to express all our gratitude to Dejan for his heroic … Continue reading

Why does the truth about the war create a conflict between us and the Crimean Tatars? Part 2

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov The KP [Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda – trans.] commentator Galina Sapozhnikova {GS} went to the Crimea to see why the premiere of the film about Stalin’s deportations turned into a political scandal in Simferopol. The first part of the publication referred to the premiere of the film “Haytarma” … Continue reading

Why does the truth about the war still cause us to quarrel with the Crimean Tatars? Part 1

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov The KP [Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda – trans.] commentator Galina Sapozhnikova {GS} went to the Crimea to see why the premiere of the film about Stalin’s deportations turned into a political scandal in Simferopol. He was thin and terribly laconic – this, compressed like a spring, man in … Continue reading

Valentina Lisitsa: “They have threatened me many times…”

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by Elena Special correspondents of KP [Russian newspaper ‘Komsomolskaya Pravda’ -trans.] Alexander Kots (AK) and Dmitry Steshin (DS) spoke with the famous pianist before her concert in Donetsk. Classical pianist Valentina Lisitsa is not just loved in the Donbass, she is worshipped. And not only for her … Continue reading

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