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President of the Russian Association of Second World War Historians, Oleg Rzheshevsky

On June 22, 1941, Germany attacked the USSR. Why did the Great Patriotic War start? Do the history books really give a true picture of the war, which claimed the lives of 30 million Soviet citizens? A retired Colonel, Military Historian and President of the Russian Association of Second World War Historians, Oleg Rzheshevsky, tells us more on Spotlight.

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