Oleg Nazarov, membre du Club Zinoviev
Oleg Nazarov
Member of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club, editorial board member, Zinoviev magazine, Doctor of History
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Technical And Social Achievements of WWI
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In April 1916, Russia lodged an official protest over the operations of the German-Turkish fleet. A hundred years ago, past lessons should not be underestimated, Oleg Nazarov says. Read more
Граффити на стене Made in Poland
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The Polish-Soviet War that ended 95 years ago with the Treaty of Riga did not have to happen, argues Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov. Today, Poles have a very selective memory of this war. Read more
Nuremberg trials: how top Nazi criminals were prosecuted
An alternative history recorded by Baltic historians and promoted by Baltic politicians over the past 25 years presents local Nazi henchmen as “freedom fighters,” writes Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov. Read more
Turkey flag
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Young people in Russian should know that, at the beginning of all Russo-Turkish wars, the Turkish side staged provocations and made loud statements. But it was the Turks who were soundly beaten time and again, writes Oleg Nazarov, a member of the Zinoviev Club. Read more
Adolf Hitler
“The 75th anniversary of Operation Barbarossa is an event we have no right to ignore,” says Oleg Nazarov, member of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club. Read more
Soviet troops cross the border of Poland. 1939.
Adolf Hitler’s accomplices in unleashing World War II were the people who ruled Poland between the two world wars, Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov says. Read more
Brandenburg Gate / Arial View / 1962 Berlin, Brandenburg Gate. - Arial view with the Berlin Wall. - Photo, c.1962.
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The Fifth International Conference, Zinoviev Readings, hosted by Rossiya Segodnya, coincided with the 175th anniversary of Marquis Astolphe de Custine’s departure from the Russian Empire. At first glance these events have nothing in common – but only at first glance, member of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club Oleg Nazarov says. Read more
Heroes Day celebrated in Lviv
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Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov talks about those responsible for World War II, a topic which suddenly became relevant again in the run-up to the 75th anniversary of the beginning of that war. Read more
The scene in Moscow on August 23, 1939, after representatives of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia signed their ten year Non Aggression Pact. Shown from left to right are: Freidrich Gaus, Joachim von Ribbentrop,Joseph Stalin , and Vyacheslav Molotov. Molotov signed for Russia and von Ribbentrop signed for Germany
Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov suggests taking a new look at the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact, signed 75 years ago. Read more