RE: Right Sector and Svoboda in Ukraine Hold Massive Torchlight March in Honor of WW2 Nazi Collaborator Stephan Bandera
Thank you for sharing. Such a hard time of history, with two powers moving in from both sides. I read a beautiful biography called "The Rings of My Tree" about a Latvian woman on the run throughout Europe for the duration of the war. Having fled Russian Occupation, she found momentary comfort with German families, until she ended up having to run from there. I've read of Europeans who still honor the Nazis for the role they played in protecting them when fleeing east wasn't an option, albeit a flawed protection. I would hope that's the perspective they are coming from. But it's still hard to comprehend.