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But since the Yushenko's move is purely political one designed just to further aggravate Ukranian-Russian relations it is OK, and the history itself can be ignored - or better - scorned.

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During the 2014 Crimean crisis and unrest in Ukraine, pro-Russian Ukrainians, Russians (in Russia), and some Western authors alluded to the bad influence of Bandera on Euromaidan protesters and pro-Ukrainian Unity supporters in justifying their actions. [134] According to The Guardian, "The term 'Banderite' to describe his followers gained a recent new and malign life when Russian media used it to demonise Maidan protesters in Kiev, telling people in Crimea and east Ukraine that gangs of Banderites were coming to carry out ethnic cleansing of Russians." [127] Russian media used this to justify Russia's actions. [13] Putin welcomed the annexation of Crimea by declaring that he "was saving them from the new Ukrainian leaders who are the ideological heirs of Bandera, Hitler's accomplice during World War II." [13] Pro-Russian activists claimed: "Those people in Kyiv are Bandera-following Nazi collaborators." [13] Ukrainians in Russia complained of being labelled "Banderites", even if they were from parts of Ukraine where Bandera is negatively remembered. [13] Groups who idolize Bandera took part in the Euromaidan protests. [13] [135] 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine Vyedeneyev, D.; Lysenko, O.; etal. (2009). "Завдання підривної діяльності проти Червоної армії обговорювалося на нараді під Берліном у квітні того ж року (1944) між керівником таємних операцій вермахту О.Скорцені й лідерами українських націоналістів С.бандерою та Я.Стецьком"[The task of subversive activity against the Red Army was discussed at a meeting near Berlin in April of the same year (1944) between the head of secret operations of the Wehrmacht O. Skortseni and the leaders of Ukrainian nationalists S. Bandera and Y. Stetska] (PDF). Ukrainian Historical Magazine. 3: 137.

In his 2006 article discussing "the reinterpretations of [Bandera's] career", historian David R. Marples, who specialises in the history of this area of Eastern Europe, stated that "the impact of Bandera lies less in his own political life and beliefs than in the events enacted in his name, or the conflicts that arose between his supporters and their enemies." [126] According to The Guardian, "Post-war Soviet history propagated the image of Bandera and the UPA as exclusively fascist collaborators and xenophobes." [127] On the other hand, with the rise of nationalism in Ukraine, his memory there has been elevated. The glorification and attempts to rehabilitate Bandera are growing trends in Ukraine. [128] Attitudes in Ukraine towards Bandera Lviv soccer fans at a game against Donetsk. The Ukrainian banner reads "Bandera – our hero".On 22 January 2010, on the Day of Unity of Ukraine, the then-president of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko awarded to Bandera the title of Hero of Ukraine (posthumously) for "defending national ideas and battling for an independent Ukrainian state". [139] [140] A grandson of Bandera, also named Stepan, accepted the award that day from the Ukrainian President during the state ceremony to commemorate the Day of Unity of Ukraine at the National Opera House of Ukraine. [140] [141] [142] [143] In total, approximately 7,000 people participated in these mobile groups, and they found followers among a wide circle of intellectuals, such as Ivan Bahriany, Vasyl Barka, Hryhorii Vashchenko and many others. [ citation needed] Declaration of the Ukrainian state, 30 June 1941 Snyder, Timothy (2003). "The Causes of Ukrainian-Polish Ethnic Cleansing 1943". Past & Present. 179 (179): 197–234. doi: 10.1093/past/179.1.197. ISSN 0031-2746. JSTOR 3600827.

Before the independence proclamation of 30 June 1941, Bandera oversaw the formation of so-called "Mobile Groups" ( Ukrainian: мобільні групи) which were small (5–15 members) groups of OUN-B members who would travel from General Government to Western Ukraine and, after a German advance to Eastern Ukraine, encourage support for the OUN-B and establish local authorities run by OUN-B activists. [62]Russia uses Israeli tweet against neo-Nazi march". The Jerusalem Post | JPost.com . Retrieved 2 January 2023.

Hero Or Villain? Historical Ukrainian Figure Symbolizes Today's Feud". NPR . Retrieved 18 August 2018. Marples, David R (19 November 2020). "Stepan Bandera: The Life and Afterlife of a Ukrainian Nationalist: Fascism, Genocide, and Cult Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe". Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 34 (2): 317–319. doi: 10.1093/hgs/dcaa035. ISSN 8756-6583. Just imagine the hysteric campaign of noise and fury coming from all over the world that would hit today's Russian government if they officially pronounced some Russian zoological anti-semite and terrorist a Hero of Russia... Marples says that Bandera "regarded Russia as the principal enemy of Ukraine, and showed little tolerance for the other two groups inhabiting Ukrainian ethnic territories, Poles and Jews". [113] In late 1942, when Bandera was in a German concentration camp, his organization, the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, was involved in a massacre of Poles in Volhynia. In early 1944, ethnic cleansing also spread to Eastern Galicia. It is estimated that more than 35,000 and up to 60,000 Poles, mostly women and children along with unarmed men, were killed during the spring and summer campaign of 1943 in Volhynia, and up to 133,000 if other regions, such as Eastern Galicia, are included. [117] [118] [119] After the fall of the Soviet Union, monuments dedicated to Stepan Bandera have been constructed in a number of western Ukrainian cities and villages, including a statue in Lviv. [196] Bandera was also named an honorary citizen of a number of western Ukrainian cities. [ citation needed] In late 2018, the Lviv Oblast Council decided to declare the year of 2019 to be the year of Stepan Bandera, sparking protests by Israel. [197] [198] In 2021, the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory under the authority of the Ukrainian Ministry of Culture, included Bandera, among other Ukrainian nationalist figures, in Virtual Necropolis, a project intended to commemorate historical figures important for Ukraine. [199] Two feature films have been made about Bandera, Assassination: An October Murder in Munich (1995) and The Undefeated (2000), both directed by Oles Yanchuk, along with a number of documentary films. [ citation needed] See alsoOn January 22, 2010 Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko honored Stepan Bandera by posthumously bestowing on him the state honor, “Hero of Ukraine.”The Soviet KGB assassinated Bandera, a Ukrainian nationalist-in-exile, in 1959. Many Ukrainians, including Ukrainian émigré groups in Canada, pressed Yushchenko to grant the honor, which, according to one statement, "would restore justice and truth about the Bandera and the...struggle for liberation that he headed."To this day, many Ukrainians view Bandera as a martyred freedom fighter. a b c d Goda, Norman J. W. (22 January 2010). "Who Was Stepan Bandera?". History News Network . Retrieved 24 September 2022.

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