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the russian president wasn't invited to the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of auschwitz the polish government disregarded the verdict that on generally the twenty seventh one thousand nine hundred forty five should survive has meant the liberators with shouts of the russians have come. here to repair mission years god sam cut so was he me acne extra shifts for a pair of must see and recall a goodly on takio toy gear to china's down you're out of me at all not visible you are obols outfit to be taken out sarong immediate skill in delegation of balls will consent to that's a no go the bill will visit rolling again the economy it's. and
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stone pointed out that it was liberated by russians in a variety of languages one can hear that the war was started. jointly with hitler. or the war started following the pre-war fox says that between the union and the nazi germany is the top of a lot of pot which is also. on the seventeenth of september one thirty nine zero one plus also stated by the union. nobody. today full ceremony said. this was a team unit not of literacy skill tradition skill.
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without consent to the theme of the bill that just shan't keep defensive to shun salute g. even those of that blood it kept russia some people gin asked only belong even seeing instead a step in set off to new buttons on your bills i found out a did any of us see is dull dull chunk. the old astral g.r.s. be at are no voice helped now know that yet unknown there are vandals looked as embers up yet on aug thirtieth docomo to a gust of eighty challenge. the non seas a stamp missed more than fourteen thousand concentration camps prisons and get.
about eighteen medium people pass through the extermination camps and more than twelve million die and one out of five prisoners was a child. of a cell phone which had below getting money and i will leave it up at the rim it should be state breaking eastern the new book a union. a recurrent theme in the european media is atrocities allegedly committed by the red army on third reuters territory. have lost at all on your status with us army are going to have been able to get on a lot of elko but see that. the bunting upon to liaise smith said the grassy out of the new. in the
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of way after she's. really our lives. really our lives it's the. result. of so clearly. this period. of months. in year. well what you see him will not will not causally of course there were occasional and unavoidable lapses among those who had lost their families back home but these were isolated cases and the position of the soviet state was emphatic on january the nineteenth one thousand nine hundred forty five starlin issued
a special order those who are guilty of violence and rape will be executed similar orders were signed by commanders of all the soviet fronts the shock of their wash near here in one year will three d. . national id enough if there is last year lowell young year you will have clearly other thinner. show them on the stove. with lend your thought or let's hear a burial seems easy. to .
lay in ruins more than fourteen million civilians had been killed practically every village in belarus and ukraine had a trench nearby where hundreds of old men women and children were executed. that's how they acted on soviet soil. this flood of us old dusty whole situation surged out in the sea a kindle event where we divest know in the blue demand saying that's the us way and you can time the work and there and the soviet issue failed crucial on the humvee of the kitty keane don't you going to see cash elevators says so and then i aspire a lot of us come see us get at the beauty of you know we home needs to is get up to our stand that greek to end there were. six seattle.
does the. a so a cat in the he of man in a roast so didn't he in then c and c r for a man see how moans so close. i found i brought order else cut off in c.m. the nick to s. and. there is no doubt the. german various archipelago a spa street written by a mom. the need for beatrice of a coil or a show driven off of this to my mom very safe to talk of all us of us or shiver. here in the earth three of the best political system. you know just.
a german girl but when they decided to establish the name of the child it turned out that didn't burn and there had been thousands of such cases. are all in a while or at least knows why it's all staunchest leading way miley are trying to. score a blue warm new the first day on those me. the second front they write so much about in western history books was launched just eleven months before victory by this time the red army could have achieved it by itself but i shiver yeah can i be sure love it for all for wrong. sort of. sort of olive oil name season but above all a nice. thought of. grandma polly you sure.
that you. sort of cheat you out of the water but there are more for suitable of you slow. people is that of say any good source and destroy me if i believe i need your oil. from a ship dealing with just sun. dealy you were all for she was. generally thought the dollar up at almost all you quite delicious what. gillett backside bureau idea of a daughter yep especially. the. binational mushed you punishing on our show your sister our children's denials from father auntie and. some western historians claim that the successes of the red army was due to american supplies made possible by the so called lend-lease policy. then the soviet union carried the major weight of that battle in terms of chose to
supply the army fighting the germans in terms of charges killed in battle in terms of civilians killed in battle. but still together we prevailed over the nazi germany. george herring an american historian news the history of lend-lease very well he's written a number of books about it. it was not an act of charity or generosity it was an act of calculated self-interest. lend-lease turned out to be a profitable business for the us few people know that it took until two thousand and six for the russian federation to repay the us fully for the loan in fact more than sixty percent of lend lease supplies went to great britain and just twenty percent of the u.s.s.r. the majority of deliveries were made between one thousand forty four nine hundred forty five when the outcome of the war had practically been determined did the
united states benefit from it and i think. yes absolutely the united states did from the war and and some ways world war two. cures of the depression as far as concern prosperity are for short or for store. even after the us joined the war american corporations continue to fulfill orders to enemy countries. standard oil shipped around thirteen thousand tonnes of crude oil to the germans every month. ford supplied card sizes as well as robots of the german army. about half of the damage spear coles were produced in opal factories which is along two american general motors until nine hundred fifty.
a.c.c. movida so will. first be must. be it's. scheft. even if indians to salmon hang steve. only. fame is the fear that i have. been the creek. piece the scene he said beach up to facts to. after the war ended number of third reich real criminals who were employed by the us from a nazi generals responsible for the extermination of millions became nato general the cia hired thousands of s.s. offices and scientists there's a reason why operation paperclip was launched right after world war two brought sixteen hundred nazi scientists to the us. you know and those people were incorporated into the n.s.a. and those people were. you know were used for the manhattan project and used for
all kinds of nefarious things and some of these people so you know it's basically the idea that we defeated fascism is is as false what we did is we sort of merged into fascism and took it over and you know so that's really where it's at and i the reason the again young people are confused as cause they're lied to every day. in addition to war criminals political scientists historians ideologists who had worked on hitler's propaganda as well as representatives of european countries that it collaborated with the nazis who took refuge in the united states. i mean to come and see it with me in mind it more than school if there was sort of a nearly bit obvious this at least of because of a school because i made a councillor benefits of the. realm of where he had left any of syria's obvious. never borders she avoided. myths about the soviet threat
and a preventative german strike on the us this on. nothing new they were developed inside the third reich this justification was expressed on june the twenty second nine hundred forty one by the german ambassador. in a message passed to the soviet government and in a memorandum presented to the soviet ambassador in berlin on the same day the documents stated that the us system was allegedly preparing to invade europe and that this was the main cause of war in the meantime german planes were ready bombing soviet cities. and you would have thought about such a must. be but but i was on the. low and up to some of. the preventative strike me that was completely dispelled at the nuremberg trials
the head of the german prison radio feature admitted that the propaganda campaign had been planned in order to convince the public that the us and not germany was to blame for the war. these myths were later adopted by performance of the cold war historical rewrite ever since world war two and it was necessary to foment the cold war against russia against communism and socialism. that's where attempts to justify the third reich come from to make it look like the victim of soviet aggression then another idea was introduced but the main driving force behind victory of a fascism was the allies led by the united states and the responsibility of the war was placed on hitler and stalin. starting a. new version year. and i just ski go but i git ski go such l.d.s. will see me at scheme now she's my business q flushes ma'am yes yes nim's elemental
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in remembrance today marks the seventy third anniversary of victory in europe over fascism this is one of the most important dates on the russian calendar but can't be said of the europeans and americans we discussed how that conflict continues to impact question view of the world to this day. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation that does what mike was hoping to avoid doesn't come from the muslim god i'm just going to guns. would say as the fee that you got into this is the best possible bribe them proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that a such a security risk when you have a black box operating in the public eye to microsoft dependency puts governments under a cyber threat and not only that she thinks office can put us in more and because
russia is celebrating victory day blocking the defeat of nazi germany in one thousand nine hundred forty five the main event parade in red square starts in just the now and the team is already bad these are live pictures we're showing you from the scene right now. hold. here just meters away from red square itself where the parade of the year will begin in just around one hour's time they are big they are powerful and they are ready to rumble for everything new and russia has to flow into this year's parade joining me here on street overlooking beautiful moscow is surely one of the best seats in the house for today's festivities. victory day is a very personal day for many in russia and beyond party shares.