May 27, 2016 5:18 PM GMT
While the most of people sees nazis as nothing but pure evil, In Eastern Europe nazis are still remembered and those easterner Europeans who fought in the world war 2 - respected. Since most of the world only knows about bad doings of nazis, they have no clue that for Eastern Europeans nazis, although temporalry, freed them from horrors of communists which by comparison was far worse than nazi regime. So those Balts and Ukrainians who fought on the nazi side for their countries are not exactly honored, but are seen as brothers, sons, friends and fathers, who were lost in WW2 and deserve to be remembered.
Of course jewish and Russian media are twisting that part of the history and trying to make Eastern Europe as nazis that glorify Hitler, but truth will not be untold, eastern European people remember fallen soldiers on nazi side, because they fought against communists and for their independence not for what Hitler stood for.
6 million jews were killed in WW2, it has been reminded and repeated over and over again, but how many of you know that in Ukraine alone, in just one winter, more than 7 million ukrainians were starved to death by Stalin?