WWII victory doesn’t bring Russia, Ukraine together as Kiev turned war criminals into heroes

WWII victory doesn’t bring Russia, Ukraine together as Kiev turned war criminals into heroes

Ukraine as a new nation has to create a useable past, Arch Getty, Professor of Russian and Soviet history at UCLA told RT’s In the Now show. War criminals like Bandera, who killed a lot of civilians, are being praised by Kiev government now, he added.

Mikhail Gorbachev said that snubbing the Victory parade is disrespect for the people who suffered enormous losses fighting Nazism.

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