In Central Kiev the Nazi Collaborator Stepan Bandera Was Openly Presented as a National Hero

Translated by Ollie Richardson

12:34:39
08/05/2018

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On Tuesday, May 8th, in Kiev at the building of the central post office an exhibition devoted to Ukrainians who didn’t allow Nazi concentration camps to break them was opened at noon. This was written on the Facebook page of the Director of the Institute of National Memory Vladimir Vyatrovich.

The first poster among these Ukrainians is Stepan Bandera, who cooperated with the Nazis, but after a quarrel with them he ended up in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

“Bandera is already on the Khreshchatyk… At 12 at the Central post office the exhibition about Ukrainians who didn’t allow Nazi concentration camps to break them will open,” wrote Vyatrovich on social networks.

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