But the Russian nukes in Kaliningrad are widely accepted and not controversial, right?
posted on 03/25/2020 7:13:03 PM PDT
(Democratus Partitus Delendus Est)
[But the Russian nukes in Kaliningrad are widely accepted and not controversial, right?]
Russia is possibly one of the few powers in WWII that emerged at the end of the war with significantly more territory than it had at the beginning. For a country that kicked the war off by allying with Germany to annex Poland, thereby giving Germany a free hand in the West, its image is remarkably good. I credit Russian propaganda efforts combined with those of fellow travelers in the West.
posted on 03/25/2020 7:22:44 PM PDT
by Zhang Fei
(My dad had a Delta 88. That was a car. It was like driving your living room.)
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