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In December 1941, the German blitzkrieg in the East suffered a final failure when the Wehrmacht did not take Moscow. The war took on a protracted nature, which played in favor of Hitler's opponents - they possessed much greater resources and capabilities. Why did the Germans not manage to overcome the last kilometers to the capital of the USSR after the grand victories in Belarus, near Kiev, Vyazma and Bryansk, after the Red Army suffered several million losses? What strategic mistakes and miscalculations did Hitler and his closest circle make? We tell in the latest issue of "Stories Without Myths".
"History Without Myths" is a popular channel about the past of Ukraine and the world without embellishments and falsifications. The experts of our programs are professional historians (doctors and candidates of historical sciences, professors, associate professors, employees of scientific institutes and historical museums), each of whom is a specialist in a specific issue. The topics of the issues cover all periods and cover a wide range of issues: political, military, economic history, history of international relations, history of culture, arts and sports, biographies of outstanding personalities.
The goal of our project is to disprove anti-scientific myths, fakes and stereotypes about Ukraine and Ukrainians, spread public interest in history, pride in the glorious past, victories and achievements of the Ukrainian people, promote the consolidation of Ukrainian society, and create a positive image of Ukraine and Ukrainians.
Every week, 2 new videos are released on the channel: on Wednesday "History without myths" at 14.00 and on Saturday "10 questions to the historian" at 12.00.
11 Oca 2022