In Tsargrad we read:
Exhibition in the Verkhovna Rada tells how Ukraine and Hitler were going to create a “new order in Europe”
The materials of Ukrainian nationalists presented at the exhibition in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine call the leader of Nazi Germany “boss.”
In the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, they opened an exhibition of Ukrainian Nationalist newspapers. The exhibition, entitled “Restoration of Ukrainian statehood during the Second World War,” presents materials dedicated to the 77th anniversary of the proclamation of the Act of Restoration of Ukrainian Statehood of June 30, 1941.
In it, one of the newspaper materials presented by Ukrainian nationalists tells about the important role played by Ukraine in the great plan for “building a new European order” in conjunction with Nazi Germany and the wise Fuhrer of the Third Reich, Adolf Hitler.
“The resurgent Ukrainian state will work closely with the National Socialist Great Germany, which, under the leadership of its leader, Adolf Hitler, will create a new order in Europe and in the world,” the article of the newspaper “Samostyna Ukraina”, dated July 10, 1941, says.
In addition to such materials, the exhibition also presents photographs and documents of the period of the Nazi occupation of Ukraine in the summer of 1941. All presented in a cleansed way, with no information about the Nazi atrocities against the national minorities represented.
Another source, Novorosinform, includes photos of the actual exhibition, with this headline:
“Under the leadership of Adolf Hitler”: an exhibition about the Nazi “Act of proclaiming Ukraine” opens in the Verkhovna Rada
Novorosinform presents it with these words:
An exhibition of newspapers of Ukrainian Nazis celebrating the leader of the Third Reich, Adolf Hitler, was officially opened in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, reports Tsargrad.
The exhibition titled “Restoration of Ukrainian statehood during the Second World War” presents materials devoted to the 77th anniversary of the proclamation of the “Act of restoration of Ukrainian statehood” of June 30, 1941, proclaimed by the supporters of the Bandera wing in the OUN. The Ukrainian state saw themselves as an ally of Nazi Germany. Here, in fact, is directly written in the Act itself:
“The reviving Ukrainian state will closely interact with the National Socialist Great Germany, which, under the direction of its leader, Adolf Hitler, is creating a new order in Europe and in the world.”
Photographs and documents from the period of the Nazi occupation in 1941 are also presented in the exhibition. The exhibition makes no mention of the atrocities committed against minorities.
For the recent celebration of the Nazi occupation, click.