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US Billionaire Tries to Nullify Soviet Role in WWII Victory
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US Billionaire Tries to Nullify Soviet Role in WWII Victory
June 8, 2019

Without the immense sacrifices by the USSR, Hitler would almost certainly have won WWII and Americans be living under Nazi rule, but the owner of the ‘investments’-firm airbrushes Russia totally out of the Allies’ victory.

D-Day… More Drama Than Decisive in World War II Victory
June 6, 2019

Stealing the laurels of victory was a necessary act of treachery by the Western powers in order to facilitate their Cold War against the Soviet Union. The same treachery continues today as Washington and its NATO allies try to wage a new Cold War against Russia.

D-Day… More Drama Than Decisive in World War II Victory
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Why Russia’s Victory Day Was Crucial for the Survival of ‘European Values’
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Why Russia’s Victory Day Was Crucial for the Survival of ‘European Values’
May 30, 2019

The USSR, with significant help from the rest of us, defeated Hitler and changed the world away from that dark and horrible future. At enormous cost.

Acknowledging Historical Memory: Why the West Needs to Honor Russia’s Victory Day
May 12, 2019

An acknowledgement of the leading Soviet role in the victory of 1945 would serve as a reminder of how much the USA and the USSR were able to accomplish together in their joint triumph over fascism.

Acknowledging Historical Memory: Why the West Needs to Honor Russia’s Victory Day
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How Popular Culture Erodes Russia’s V-Day Message and What Can Be Done About It
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How Popular Culture Erodes Russia’s V-Day Message and What Can Be Done About It
May 9, 2019

Russia needs to get as good at informational war as it is as traditional war to save the memory of their ancestors who gave everything to spare Russians (other Slavs, Jews, etc.) from total extermination.

Immortal Regiment March in Moscow for Victory Day 2018
May 10, 2018

Over 800,000 people took part in the Immortal Regiment march celebrating Victory Day on May 9, with portraits of relatives or unknown veterans of the World War II.

Immortal Regiment March in Moscow for Victory Day 2018
The Russian V-Day Story (Or the History of World War II Not Often Heard in the West)
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The Russian V-Day Story (Or the History of World War II Not Often Heard in the West)
May 9, 2018

How many of you have not seen some Hollywood film in which the Normandy landings are the great turning point of the war? “What if the landings had failed,” one often hears? “Oh…, nothing much,” is the appropriate reply. The war would have gone on longer, and the Red Army would have planted its flags on the Normandy beaches coming from the east.

Act of Surrender Signed in Reims. “Not to Be Cancelled or Recognized”
May 7, 2015

More and more countries refuse to mark the Victory Day on May 9 as they used to do. Poland was the last to cancel the Day of Victory and Freedom on May 9 in favor of the national Victory Day to be celebrated on May 8. It is done to diminish the role of the Soviet Union in achieving the victory and forming the world system after the war… Even the countries and politicians friendly to Russia seek explanations to justify their decision to cancel the historic date for the sake of Euro-Atlantic solidarity. For this purpose they use the event that took place in Reims before the Act of unconditional capitulation of Germans was signed in Karlhorst on May 9.
 

Act of Surrender Signed in Reims. “Not to Be Cancelled or Recognized”
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