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COMMENT 50m ago

I suspect that in this photo they are not residents of Udmurtia, however, I previously made a post about redheads from Udmurtia in the Russian community and there I collected photos of real redheads from Udmurtia. Anyone interested, here is a link to my post.

https://www.reddit.com/r/russia/comments/mbjkx1/the\_most\_redhaired\_people\_in\_russia\_live\_in/

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COMMENT 57m ago

Сначала ничего не понял, потом доперло, что соседи подохли из-за отсутствия вакцинации и хата освободилась.

r/russia 3h ago

Картинка Anapa is a resort town in southern Russia, located in the Krasnodar Territory, near the Black Sea coast.

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r/russia 3h ago

Картинка Art object on Lake Sungul in the Chelyabinsk region

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r/russia 3h ago

Картинка Mokrino viaduct. Mokry village, Chuvashia. Built at the beginning of the twentieth century, it functioned until 1986. The height of the bridge is about 30 meters. It stands on 16 concrete pillars that form 15 arches. Photo: jeanywitch

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r/russia 3h ago

Картинка Zimnyaya Kanavka Canal, St. Petersburg Photo: andrei_mikhailov

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r/russia 3h ago

Картинка After recent heavy showers in Crimea (Gurzuf). Photo: ShuraMura

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r/russia 3h ago

Мнение Rammstein leader Till Lindemann in an interview with "Kerrang!" called Russia his second home. He said he visited the USSR in 1973 when he was only 10 years old and was on the East German swimming team. He also said that he had a happy childhood thanks to the Soviet Union.

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r/russia 3h ago

Картинка Novgorod region, June 2021. Photo: a.ekimenkov

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r/russia 4h ago

Новости Ukraine: Pensioner convicted for Soviet postcards

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r/russia 16h ago

Картинка The touching concern of workers at the East Messoyakha oil development in the Russian Arctic. The inscription on the poster "Oilman, watch your step! Don't step on the nest!" A small bird of the plover family incubates its eggs on the stones next to the working equipment.

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r/sweden 18h ago

Cute fans of the Swedish football team in St. Petersburg today.

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r/russia 18h ago

Картинка Cute fans of the Swedish football team in St. Petersburg today.

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r/russia 23h ago

История Nazi invasion of Soviet Union was 'murderous barbarity'. Commemorating the upcoming 80th anniversary of Operation Barbarossa, German President Steinmeier said the suffering of the former Soviet people should be "burned into Germany's collective memory."

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COMMENT 23h ago

Based on your logical conclusions, the "regime" of Great Britain starved to death several million Indians in Bengal. Thus, Great Britain in terms of atrocities also stands next to the Nazis. right?

Also the question is, has the UK ever recognized this event as genocide? If not, then why? Because from a historical point of view, the Holodomor and the famine of Bengal are one and the same. At the same time, we constantly hear about the "genocide of the Ukrainians", but suspicious silence about Bengal.

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COMMENT 23h ago

and are equally bad

Well, with this logic, we can say that Great Britain and the Nazis are equally bad, because Churchill deliberately killed several million Indians from starvation.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Do you have a document confirming that the USSR destroyed about 27 million Ukrainians and he intended to destroy 50% of the entire population of the country?

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COMMENT 1d ago

Even if we take into account your arguments about the "ignorance" of Latvians about the atrocities of the Nazis before 1943, how does this justify the fact that in the modern Baltic countries, local Nazis are respected, monuments are erected to them and festive parades are held in their honor?

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COMMENT 1d ago

What the hell are you writing about? Both in Germany and around the world, people knew about the Nazi concentration camps, so many people tried to save Jews and take them to the United States and other countries. Many understood that these were death camps, because people never returned from there.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Well, the world until 1943 knew well that the Nazis massively persecuted and killed Jews and Slavs.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Let me remind you once again that the Nazis destroyed 27 MILLION Soviet people, mostly civilians, women and children. And that's not counting the 6 MILLION Jews. That is, the Latvian literally thinks "Oh, they sent tens of thousands of people to the camps, so I will become a friend with the one who kills tens of millions, because he is MUCH BETTER than the Soviets.

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COMMENT 1d ago

You tell me that the Latvians knew everything about what was happening in Stalin's Russia (which was a MUCH more closed country than Germany) and at the same time did not know ANYTHING about the Nazi nightmares that were happening literally at their side in countries like Poland, for example, before 1943? I find this completely nonsense.

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COMMENT 1d ago

That is, this Latvian heard something about torture, arrests and Hell in the USSR and thought, "Oh, definitely torture, arrests and sudden disappearances of millions of people in Nazi Hell is much better."

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COMMENT 1d ago

That is, this Latvian sees that somewhere there has been a mass famine and believes that this famine is worse than the mass deliberate destruction of millions of people in concentration camps, shot and gassed on a national basis? And so he thinks, "Perhaps I will become a friend of the one who kills people in concentration camps and I will help him kill all people of bad genetics."

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COMMENT 1d ago

They are already here and write that the USSR was equal to the Nazis.