Japan is not against quoting Hitler’s Mein Kampf school books

19.04.2017, Japan.

On 19 April, RIA Novosti News Agency informed that the Japanese government considers quoting lines from Adolph Hitlers’ Mein Kampf (the book is included in the Russian federal list of extremist materials) in school books quite appropriate, according to Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary, Koichi Hagiuda, speaking at the news conference in Tokyo.
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Soviet Nuremberg (photo report)

04.11.2016, Donetsk.

On November 1 we have visited Donetsk Museum of the Great Patriotic War, where the “Soviet Nuremberg” exposition is taking place. The materials for the exposition were presented by the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War of Moscow and are dedicated to the trials over the Nazi criminals and their accomplices, which took place in USSR from 1943 to 1949.

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Establishment of far-right party in Ukraine an attempt to legalize neo-Nazism

18.10.2016, Ukraine.

The establishment of the far-right party “National Corps” in Ukraine is an attempt to officially legalize neo-Nazism in the country, the Head of the Centre of Sociological Research “Special Status”, Candidate of Political Sciences Aleksandr Protsenko informed Lugansk Information Center.

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Art strikes fascism — exposition in Donetsk Art Museum (photo report)

02.10.2016, Donetsk.

On September 29 we visited Donetsk Republican Art Museum, where an Great Patriotic War antifascist drawing exposition takes place.

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President of Israel: Ukrainian Nazis participated in Holocaust

28.09.2016, Kiev.

President of Israel Reuven Rivlin during his speech in Ukrainian Parliament on September 27 reminded that the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN, banned in Russia) is complicit for mass murders and persecutions of Jews during World War II.

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Memorial to antifascist underground resistance members unveiled in Donetsk (photo report)

28.09.2016, Donetsk.

Yesterday a monument to Donetsk antifascist underground resistance members and prisoners of Nazi concentration camps was unveiled in Donetsk near the memorial “To the Victims of Fascism”. The monument immortalized the deed of five girls who saved 240 prisoners of the death camp, which stood here, during the Great Patriotic War. Kapitolina Kostrykina, Klava Baranchikova, Maria Noskova, Shura Vasileva and Zina Polonchuk were captured by fascists and executed.

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