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Who was defeated in the Great Patriotic war?

by Scott Humor Sergey Shoigu , the Russia’s Minister of Defense, issued an order to congratulate servicemen and veterans with the Victory Day   May 9th Victory Day Parade on Red Square 2017 (FULL VIDEO) President Putin’s speech at 17:30 with English voice over     This morning I got a message from Veritas: “Thanks Scott. I am sitting here watching the Victory Parade live – VVP’s speech this year

Ukraine Poland NATO SITREP July 2, 2016 by Scott

“Poland has not perished, but should die“ – outrageous slogan in Przemysl     More images from Poland here and here Historical photos of aftermath of the Bandera’s militants attack on a train in Poland in 1944. 18+ All of the victims were Polish citizens, mostly women and old people. Atrocities of the Bandera death battalions in Poland, Belorussia and Ukraine , 21+ Actor and member of Polish Parliament Pavel

May Waltz – Russian Waltz – Soldier Waltz

On June 22nd 1941, Hitler’s Germany crossed the border with the Soviet Union, and the most devastating war in human history began. Every year on June 22nd, my parents quietly remember their fathers that went to this war, but still have not come back home. My parents usually have one shot of vodka for their fathers and one shot of vodka “for Stalin, for our Victory.” This year, my mom

Otto Skorzeny: “Why didn’t we take Moscow?“

by Oles Buzina translated by KA source: http://www.istpravda.ru/digest/13381/ Otto Skorzeny „Why didn’t we take Moscow?“ German memoirs explain what caused the defeat of the Wehrmacht in the war. Every Spring in the run up to Victory Day, television starts to show feature films devoted to the Great Patriotic War. Honestly: most of them are simply exploiting the grand subject-matter. They need to sell something “interesting” to the belching inhabitant sitting

70th commemoration of the Dresden Holocaust

  From the YouTube info: More people died in the fire bombing of Dresden on February 13th to 14th, 1945 than in the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined. Holocaust (noun) – “Great destruction resulting in the extensive loss of life, especially by fire.” Saker: I don’t think that anybody can seriously suspect me of having any sympathies with the Nazis, but I think that it is important to

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