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Great Patriotic War

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“Glory!” to what “Heroes”???

Original: chervonec_001 Translated by @TamrikoT / Edited by @GBabeuf Lukashenko on the Khatyn massacre and other crimes of the UPA in Belarus during the war There were more than a hundred Ukrainian punitive battalions in Belarus and not a single Belarusian. Fighting is only permissible against an armed enemy. The killing of civilians—this is a … 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

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

Briefings of the Soviet Informburo, 1942

Original: Colonel Cassad Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov Preamble: This acerbic parody draws inspiration from the statements of various public figures in both Russia and Novorossiya, many of them self-styled advocates of the Kremlin’s point of view and proponents of Minsk negotiations and the various painfully ridiculous geopolitical stratagems that have been collectively designated as the … Continue reading

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