In his speech, a Russian historian addressed to the Russians and the Russian media with an appeal to read the biography of Stepan Bandera, before calling him a “fascist”, Joinfo.ua reports.
“I appeal to the Kremlin and Russian media! You’d rather read the biography of Bandera in the most unpretentious handbooks or encyclopedias! Before saying he was a bloody tyrant! Although, Yeltsin, who shot people from the tanks, had more blood on his hands than Bandera!
Was Bandera a fascist, if he had served 4 years in a Nazi concentration camp? In the same camp, where Yakov Dzhugashvili, the son of your beloved Stalin, was killed – in Sachsenhausen. He was serving his time for hating the Nazis! And you say he was a bloody fascist?” the historian asks.
The historian emphasizes the fact that Stepan Bandera had served in the Nazi concentration camp from 1941 to 1944, being sentenced immediately after the declarations of the “Act of revival of the Ukrainian state.”