Jared McBride Sheds Light on the Darker Parts of Ukraine's HistoryHistorians/History
tags: Holocaust, Soviet Union, Ukraine, Russian history, World War 2, Eastern European History
James Thornton Harris is a features editor for the History News Network.
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police during Nazi occupation, c. 1943. Photo Bundesarchiv.
My conclusions therefore challenge overriding nationalist and primordialist interpretations of the war and people’s decisions in it. This integrative account of local perpetrators and decision-making is based on 10-plus years of research in Russia and Ukraine using sources in five languages from eighteen archives, including post-war Soviet investigations, newly declassified KGB trials, German documents, and personal accounts.
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