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During 1941-1945, the United States leased almost everything to the Soviet Union, from petroleum products to hospital equipment, from food and uniforms to ships and submarines, from guns and machine guns to factory equipment, from tanks and planes to railroad cars. electric locomotives and diesel locomotives. And there was help from the UK and Canada. At current exchange rates, the total value of these supplies exceeds $ 200 billion. How exactly they influenced the salvation of the USSR in the war against Hitler's Germany, how Soviet fighters reacted to the Lend-Lease and how the Soviet leadership "thanked" its former allies - this is the subject of a new issue of History Without Myths.
"History Without Myths" is a popular channel about the past of Ukraine and the world without ornaments 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 specific issues. 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 prominent personalities.
The purpose of our project is to refute 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 consolidation of Ukrainian society, 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.
9 Kas 2021