We used to think that events of WW II and the Great Patriotic War belong to our history. We like to watch sentimental Soviet movies about the Great War, sing songs, and look at black and white war photos in which our grandfathers are so young.
Meanwhile, during the spring 2014 the words ‘fascism’ and ‘nazism’ broke in Russian and international media space, and can be heard more and more often in TV-reports, relating to the events in Ukraine.
“Ukraine fascists kill many, burn trade unions building in Odessa,” “Ukraine and the Rebirth of Fascism in Europe,” “Fascism, Russia, and Ukraine,” “Jan Fleischhauer: Putin's not post-communist, he's post-fascist...” Is fascism coming?
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