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Jewish Banderites – something you don’t see every day – Part IV

Dear Readers: Today continuing with this piece in PolitNavigator, penned by reporter Dmitry Skvortsov. Where we left off in our story, we learned about the Koliivshchina massacre of Jews which took place in 1768 on the Right-bank Ukraine.  Therefore, this … Continue reading

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Jewish Banderites – something you don’t see every day – Part II

Dear Readers: Continuing with this piece in PolitNavigator, by reporter Dmitry Skvortsov. Where we left off, we were discussing the “Petro Yatsyk” annual competition in Kiev, which awards prize money to pupils and students showing their knowledge of Ukrainian language, … Continue reading

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Jewish Banderites – something you don’t see every day – Part I

Dear Readers: I saw this piece in PolitNavigator, the reporter is Dmitry Skvortsov. One of the oddest things about the Ukrainian Maidan “Revolution” is the political attempt (sometimes successful, alas!) to merge Ukrainian Nationalists/Banderites with ethnic Jews into an odd-couple … Continue reading

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