Graham Phillips Corrected the Grave of the Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera in Munich

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


The independent British war correspondent Graham Phillips, known for his non-indifferent attitude towards the troubles of Donbass, decided to somewhat correct the grave of the Ukrainian “hero” Stepan Bandera.

As a reminder, Bandera was killed in Munich 59 years ago, on October 15th, 1959, by the agent of KGB Bogdan Stashinsky.

Graham published a video of the “renovation” of his grave at the Munich Waldfriedhof cemetery, timed with this date, on his social network page.

It is indicative that at first Phillips tried to receive answers to sharp questions from the “patriotic” group decorating Bandera’s grave with Ukrainian symbols, however the men preferred to retreat.

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