Lessons of World War II

­Today my guest is Teodor Shanin. More than sixty-five years after the end of the Nazi regime, public opinion in different countries is split over who contributed most to the victory. Some praise the role of their homeland, while others share the sacrifice between the Allies.Others don’t even know who was at war with whom. How should we teach history of the World War Two and what is the most balanced view? Here’s the sociologist and historian from the University of Manchester Teodor Shanin.