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Ukraine nationalism: Farce or Tragedy

In 1941 they joined the Germans, who had invaded Ukraine. A year on, and they were fighting against both the Soviets and the Germans. In 1944, however, they changed their mind and supported the German troops again. And now they march through the centre of Kiev. They have hundreds of members and sympathisers. Their portraits are on the schools’ walls. They are still at war. But who’s the enemy now? The Ukrainian Insurgent Army is the focus of Ukrainian nationalism: Farce or Tragedy.

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