Forest Brothers: NATO Propaganda Video Openly Glorifies Baltic Nazi Collaborators
”After World War II partisans across the Baltic States disappeared in the forests in order to wage the most bloody guerrilla war in Europe against the occupying Soviet troops,” it is said in the trailer.
NATO officially praised anti-Soviet partisans
“Fascist remnants!” To what exactly did the Russian MFA respond to so sternly? The subject here is another movie made by “NATO Pictures,” which Maria Zakharova labeled as appalling.
The film was on the formation of the “Forest Brothers.” The trailer published by NATO shows fighters as heroes of the battle for independence from the USSR.
Dmitry Rogozin, Russia's former ambassador to NATO, issued a statement, and I quote, “The dogs of war have decided to show their true faces.”
Full story by Elizaveta Kramtsova.
To get some historical context I recommend this brilliant British documentary "the Road to Treblinka" from the 1998 series "the Nazis, A Warning from the Past" - absolutely excellent and predating the present penchant for rewriting history.
See what charming people these folk from Lithuania and Latvia really were.
They even exceeded the German SS in their treatment of their Jewish population, something they've never tried to put right.
There are processions of the Waffen SS every year.
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