Category Archives: Russian History

Viatrovych – Postscript on Ukrainian Diaspora Historians – Part I

Dear Readers: This is a postscript to my previous series on the Viatrovych warrant.  In his piece, Russian analyst Dmitry Bavyrin suggested that the Dragon Viatrovych should best be slain on the turf that he claims as his own, namely … Continue reading

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Russian Investigation Targets Nazi-Rehabilitator Viatrovych – Part IV

Dear Readers: Today concluding my review of this piece from VZGLIAD.  Where we left off, reporter Dmitry Bavyrin was dubious that anything will come of the Russian Prosecutor’s Office warrant against Viatrovych, or even that it is worth the paper … Continue reading

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Russian Investigation Targets Nazi-Rehabilitator Viatrovych – Part III

Dear Readers: Today continuing my review of this piece from VZGLIAD. Where we left off, reporter Dmitry Bavyrin expressed his concerns that Viatrovych, in his role of Ukrainian Archivist, has simply been destroying historical documents which contradict his own “theories” … Continue reading

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Russian Investigation Targets Nazi-Rehabilitator Viatrovych – Part II

Dear Readers: Continuing with this story from VZGLIAD, the reporter is Dmitry Bavyrin.  Where we left off, we saw that the job of National Archivist for the Ukrainian historical archives, was to go to an ardent Nationalist, who would make … Continue reading

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Russian Investigation Targets Nazi-Rehabilitator Viatrovych – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this story from VZGLIAD, the reporter is Dmitry Bavyrin.  The backstory is that Ukrainian “historian” Volodymyr Viatrovych has become the target of several legal investigations, one of them emanating from the Special Prosecutor’s Office in … Continue reading

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Russian Space Program Needs More Gagarins – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this historical/opinion piece by Konstanin Merinov, posted on March 9, the birthday of Yury Gagarin.  If Gagarin were still alive, he would be 85 years old!  Merinov’s piece is a celebration of Gagarin’s extreme coolness, … Continue reading

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Why A Belorussian Jew Doesn’t Want You To See T-34

Dear Readers: Today I have this piece from the Russian press, by reporter Anton Krylov.  The Russian headline translates as: Ukrainians Stole the Anti-T-34 Campaign From a Belorussian Jew So, in the U.S. Ukrainian Nationalists are attempting to censor and … Continue reading

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