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Finally, I am ready to share a new article, has taken the last 3 weeks of the after-travel research, reading books and memoirs and writing. As a citizen of Ukraine, I want to structurize solid facts instead of myths and misunderstandings, in particular for my ‘Western’ readers, who generally have some informational barrier with the Eastern front topics. I have visited Hitler’s ‘Wehrwolf’ headquarters back in September 2018 and now want you to grasp this information, yet the most world-volume (8000 words) I have ever made on the blog. I would appreciate your comments, questions, reposting.
https://war-documentary.info/wehrwolf-h ... dquarters/
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So it happens I have a close friend and quite a few acquintances from Ukraine (ethnic Hungarians), and I experience how much more advanced the Ukranian educational system is. An ethnic Hungarian born and raised in Ukraine can lecture a Hungary-born ethnic Hungarian, but an ethnic Hungarian born and raised in the dark lands of Austria or UK? They can barely understand him. He writes letters down to them, but they just don't seem to be taught to read. No wonder they have informational barriers.
My mother studied medicine in the SU, and lived together with an ethnic Ukranian, and heck, it influenced her mental capacities so much it took me 2 years to speak with her after I was born. Before that? Only myths, informational barriers.
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Nonetheless you have provided plenty of useful information on the Vinnitsa complex, far more than I have found from any other source. Thanks for posting it.