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Rude Awakening (Soviet Jews and Israel) – Soviet Film Archive

“Rude Awakening” documents the Zionist propaganda which Soviet Jews were often exposed to, and the regrets of those who moved to Israel. The film also rejects Zionist propaganda which states that Jews were oppressed in the Soviet Union. It shows the way of life of Jews in the Soviet Union, and the many great contributions

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Brezhnev’s Contribution to Peace – Soviet Film Archive

In 1972 Comrade Leonid Brezhnev, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, was awarded the Lenin Prize for his contribution to peace. Brezhnev had first advanced the Program of Peace at the 24th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. This short documentary shows the award ceremony, which was attended

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Ukrainism: Who constructed it and why. Part II

“Pora!” members on Maidan, 2004From the monograph Ukrainism Part 1 Link: Ukrainism: Who constructed it and why. Who were the “Ukrainian children” trained by radicals from other countries? Sergey Kurginyan and the Aleksandrovskoye commune present a new, revised edition of the collective monograph Continuation of the lecture presented on March 4, 2023 (Link to previous

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Ukrainism: Who constructed it and why. Part I

Photo: Hipacy Pociej Sergey Kurginyan and the Aleksandrovskoye commune present a new, revised edition of the collective monograph Part I. Ukrainism: Historical, political and religious context and Part II. Ukrainism: Relevant international game In 2014, outright neo-Banderites came to power in Kiev. People in Odessa who opposed the neo-fascist coup were burnt alive in the

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Antifascist Congress in Minsk Passes Resolution

Participants of the 2nd International Anti-Fascist Congress, which is taking place in Minsk, have passed a resolution in the name of humanity’s future. The document is titled as “We will stop neo-fascism through joint efforts in the name of humanity’s future”. The document reads: “We, participants of the 2nd International Anti-Fascist Congress, state that today

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