The Soviet Story

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The Soviet Story
Directed by Edvīns Šnore
Language English

The Soviet Story is a documentary film about the cruel ideology of Communism. It documents the collaboration between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, the Katyn massacre, the Holodomor, the collaboration between Stalin and Hitler and the historical revisionism in modern Russia. In the movie remarkable historians such as Norman Davies, Boris Sokolow, and Viktor Suworow appear. The film was created by Edvīns Šnore, a Latvian film director, in 2008. It was sponsored by the European Parliament.[1]

It is dedicated to the victims of Stalinism.

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