Behind the scenes, however, the US was supplying money, resources and weaponry to these extremist groups which were based primarily within the Western areas of Ukraine – the geographical area with the greatest number of Catholics. Whilst the Soviet Red Army moved forever onward toward Berlin in late 1944, the Special Forces of the NKVD were brought in behind its lines to take up the fight against the remaining ‘non-surrendered’ Nazi German Officers and the Ukrainian SS ‘Volunteers’ that they led! Their hide-outs were strewn throughout the forested areas of Western Ukraine – and the NKVD Special Force had to fight what should probably be termed ‘Neo-Nazi’ forces (as these battles extended beyond the formal ‘Surrender’ of Nazi Germany’s in 1945) – battles that lasted between the years of ‘1945-1947’. Indeed, the British BBC Journalist ‘Alexander Werth (based in the USSR during WWII ‘Dedicates’ his book entitled ‘Russia at War’ to a personal friend of his – who fought in the NKVD Special Forces during these brutal and bloody battles)!
RAF High Speed Motor-Launches – Stornoway (1944) – As Recorded by Stephen Bone
From 2010-2013 I was in written and verbal communication with RNPS Veteran – George Smith (1924-2016) – who entrusted me with his life-story regarding his
Emails: German U-Boat Museum – HMS Beaumaris Castle (FY 992) (17.11.2021)
Author’s Note: As a British person who a) understands the sheer horror of the Nazi German regime – and b) has family members who fought
Russian Arctic Convoy Museum (Letter 1) – [4.11.2021] – HMS Beaumaris Castle (FY 992) RNPS – Hazardous Duties (1942 – 1945)
Dear Sir Website: About The Russian Arctic Convoy Project I and my family have been attending (pre-Covid19) the Soviet War Memorial in London since around 2010.
Socialist Football: Progressive Flag Education!
Although football probably originated in England hundreds (or thousands) of years ago – from a pre-Christian Pagan activity – today, it is a highly lucrative
Why British People Should Not Fly (or Display) the Union Jack Flag!
Great Britain, England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland and Cornwall (and Glastonbury) – as well as the Lake District, Devon, Exeter and the streets of London –