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Fifty years ago, Romas Calanta became the burning herald of freedom against Moscow’s oppression

On May 14, 1972, a 19-year-old high school student set himself on fire in the center of the Lithuanian city of Kaunas in protest...

Large-scale dismantling of monuments related to the Soviet Union in Ukraine

The mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko announced on social media that a large-scale dismantling of dozens of monuments related to the Soviet Union is...

A historian advocated the demolition of Lenin monuments throughout Russia

Historian, journalist, member of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights, Professor Nikolai Svanidze spoke in favor of the...

Moskvich-400: “German” by birth, “Soviet citizen” by vocation

After the end of the Second World War, Soviet designers were given the task of developing a mass car, which, in terms of technical...

Was Stalin a six-fingered agent, a billionaire and son of a prince?

The main myths about the “Leader of the Nations” The leader of the USSR keeps his life a secret, and this gives rise to many...
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