John Steinbeck depicts Kyiv after WW2

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“War is no new thing to Kiev. Starting with the raids of the savages from Tartary, it has been a place of...

Meeting at the Elbe: Lt. William Robertson (U.S. Army) and Lt. Alexander Silvashko (First...

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Silvashko went to the front in the Cherkassy Region of Ukraine, where he was born in the village of Kovunovka. He...

Moscow myth about “great Kursk tank battle” exposed

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"The battle of Prokhorovka was steeped in Soviet legend (and myth) for many decades. This remained the case until post-Soviet era...

Strongest Soviet invasion Army of WW2. What was it doing in Ukraine in 1940...

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Modern Russian as well as former Soviet propaganda have been trying to imply that the USSR began to form its armies...

How Moscow bred Hitler

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In approximately 10 weeks the whole Russia will be in its usual frenzy for this part of the year. Month of...

Ukrainian Alexei Berest hoists Victory Banner over Reichstag on May 01, 1945

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" On 30 April 1945, after long days of street combat in Berlin, the 150th Division attacked the Reichstag. On 1 May, at...

The biggest tank battle of all time took place in Ukraine on June 23,...

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The largest tank battle of WW2 is largely unknown, but it took place in western Ukraine in the triangle between the...

John Steinbeck describes post-WW2 Ukraine. (1946 Kyiv trip)

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Excerpts are from “A Russian Journal” written by John Steinbeck after his trip with a famous war photographer Robert Capa to...

Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra and central Kyiv were blown up by the Soviet sappers

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John Steinbeck was deceived – the fact is that Kiev was blown up by the Soviets on September 24-28, 1941, after...

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