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  3. Ukraine has a Nazi problem, but Vladimir Putin's ...

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    Just as disturbing, neo-Nazis are part of some of Ukraine’s growing ranks of volunteer battalions. They are battle-hardened after waging some of the toughest street fighting against...

  4. Ukraine - The Nazi occupation of Soviet Ukraine | Britannica

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    The Nazi occupation of Soviet Ukraine. The. Nazi. occupation of Soviet Ukraine. The surprise German invasion of the U.S.S.R. began on June 22, 1941. The Soviets, during their hasty retreat, shot their political prisoners and, whenever possible, evacuated personnel, dismantled and removed industrial plants, and conducted a scorched-earth policy—blowing up buildings and installations, destroying crops and food reserves, and flooding mines.

  5. The reality of neo-Nazis in Ukraine is far from Kremlin ...

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    The most infamous neo-Nazi group in Ukraine is the 3,000-strong Azov Battalion, founded in 2014. Prior to creating Azov, its commander, Andriy Biletsky, headed the neo-Nazi group Patriot of...

  6. Nazis in Ukraine: Seeing through the fog of the information war

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    Kolomoyskyi is, moreover, one of the major funders of the ultra-nationalist militias in Eastern Ukraine, including the fascist Azov and Aidar Battalions, which have been accused of heinous war crimes in the Donbas region over the past eight years. He also allegedly funds “the Donbas, Dnepr 1, Dnepr 2 volunteer battalions.”

  7. Are There Nazis in Ukraine? A Visit to Lviv - Truthout

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    The subject of Nazis in the present and not only in the past has reemerged in full force. US Senator John McCain and Victoria Nuland met in person with Oleh Tyahnybok, leader of the Svoboda Party, whose former name was the Social-National Party of Ukraine and its symbol was the Wolfsangel.

  8. The Facts on 'De-Nazifying' Ukraine - FactCheck.org

    www.factcheck.org/2022/03/the-facts-on-de...

    “Neo-Nazi, far right and xenophobic groups do exist in Ukraine, like in pretty much any other country, including Russia,” Finkel said. “They are vocal and can be prone to violence but they are...

  9. Who are Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov Battalion? | The Independent

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    In justifying his invasion of Ukraine last month, Russian president Vladimir Putin told his citizens the war was a “special military operation” intended to “demilitarise and de-Nazify” the...

  10. Profile: Who are Ukraine’s far-right Azov regiment?

    www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/3/1/who-are-the-azov...

    The far-right neo-Nazi group has expanded to become part of Ukraine’s armed forces, a street militia and a political party. A veteran of the Ukrainian national guard's Azov Battalion conducts...

  11. Ukraine has a large minority of ethnic Russians, who oppose the glorification of Nazi collaborators. Such actions were taboo in Ukraine until the early 2000s, when nationalists demanded and ...

  12. The Resurgence of Nazism in Ukraine - CounterPunch.org

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    Ukraine is now experiencing a militarized resurgence of Nazism. In 2014, a Ukrainian neo-Nazi militia called Azov Battalion was formed to combat Russian separatism. It was then incorporated...