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Russiagate, Nazis, and the CIA
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Russiagate, Nazis, and the CIA
July 31, 2020

That Russiagate is the continuation of a scheme launched in 1945 by the National Security Council, to be engineered by the CIA with help from former Nazi officers in its employ, speaks volumes about the Cold War frame from which it emerges.

Influential DC-based Ukrainian think tank hosts neo-Nazi activist convicted for racist violence
July 23, 2020

The influential Washington-based U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF) hosted a webinar this July 15 about a documentary about Vasyl Slipak, a famed Ukrainian opera singer who died in 2016 fighting alongside the ultranationalist Right Sector’s “Volunteer Ukrainian Corps” (DUK) in eastern Ukraine.

Influential DC-based Ukrainian think tank hosts neo-Nazi activist convicted for racist violence
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Operation Bagration
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Operation Bagration
July 6, 2020

Starting on June 22, 1944, the Soviet Union inflicted the biggest defeat in German military history. In the space of a month, Army Group Center, the hard strategic rock on which German domination of Russia’s heartland had rested for three years, was annihilated. It was a cataclysmic defeat on an even bigger scale than Stalingrad.

Battle of Belorussia – June 1944: The Greatest Victory That Still Shapes Our 21st Century World
June 17, 2020

The military dynamics established across Central Europe in June 1944 – that true Month of Victories – still drive our reality and shape our global destiny.

Battle of Belorussia – June 1944: The Greatest Victory That Still Shapes Our 21st Century World
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The Siege of Leningrad
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The Siege of Leningrad
June 13, 2020

The blockade of Leningrad, the Soviet Union’s second-largest city, lasted for 872 days and was one of the longest and most destructive sieges in history. A total of 642,000 Russian civilians died during the siege, hunger being the cause of death in 97% of cases. Although some historians classify it as genocide, the story of the siege of Leningrad is hardly part of the western collective memory.

So Who Defeated the Nazi Germany?
June 2, 2020

On May 8, 2020, the White House infamously tweeted “On May 8, 1945, America and Great Britain had victory over the Nazis!” sparking outrage on social media. President Trump’s administration failed to mention other Allies, most importantly, the Soviet Union. Let’s see who exactly won the victory over Nazis.

So Who Defeated the Nazi Germany?
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Jasenovac – the Glossed Over Auschwitz of the Balkans
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Jasenovac – the Glossed Over Auschwitz of the Balkans
May 2, 2020

The war in the former Yugoslavia has been over for a quarter of a century, but the Jasenovac conspiracy of silence, or of extreme “discretion” if one prefers, continues.

The Victory America Won for Fascism and Nazism After WWII
April 29, 2020

Eric Zuesse writes about the role ideology actually played in World War II, the Cold War, and plays in today’s world.

The Victory America Won for Fascism and Nazism After WWII
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