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Declassified History. The Kremlin's State Terrorism

The 1938 assassination in Rotterdam of the leader of the Ukrainian national liberation movement Yevhen Konovalets, makes historians and journalists return to those events, analyzing the methods of the Soviet totalitarian regime and its secret services, trying to understand the Kremlin's state terrorism policy at that time and to compare it with today's one.

The creative team (led by the historian Oleksandr Zinchenko) of the TV documentary project “Declassified History” for the National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine, tried to piece together those events, based on documents from the archives of the DPU-NKVD-KGB of the USSR and to tell about the hidden pages of history, unknown facts and Soviet myths, which have not yet been completely forgotten. Volodymyr Birchak, the head of academic programs of the Center for Research of the Liberation Movement, Oleksandr Skrypnyk, the researcher of the history of special services, and the employee of the Mykhaylo Hrushevskyi Institute of Archeography and Source Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Mykhailo Kovalchuk helped to sort out hard to understand episodes of the Operation “STAVKA”.

All this is in the documentary “The Kremlin's State Terrorism” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXQ0esZmfp0&feature=youtu.be on UA:Pershyi TV channel.

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