museum of modern

museum of modern

Stepan Bandera — supporter of terror

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The exhibition at the Museum of Modern History is dedicated to the events of World War II. The exhibition presents documents, photos, stuff from the concentration camps. One of the main attractions is the unique map, made to Joseph Stalin in a single copy to monitor the situation on first Ukrainian Front. Alexander Ilyin, Head of exposition and exhibition department of the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia:: “The exhibition starts by 1943, with strategic offensive operations of the Red Army on all fronts, but, first and foremost, of course, on the south-west of the USSR-it is precisely the Ukraine. We have focused deliberately on the territory of Ukraine, because the exhibition is primarily confined to the actual problem of our time, to the events in Ukraine" Objective of the exhibition is to reflect the start of massive falsification of the history of the Second World War. After all, both in Russia and in the West today we can hear delusional statements that previously would not be listened- and now we have to prove that we are right. In addition to military regalia, the exhibition can be seen plenty of evidence of aggression by Hitler's army. Here special badges, which Soviet prisoners were forced to wear in the concentration camps, and drawings of prisoners. Part of the exhibition is devoted to the nationalist organizations operating in Ukraine from the 20s till 50s of the last century. This is the time when you have to explain that the UON-UPA were not freedom fighters.