The CIA declassified report on the "agent of Hitler" Stepan Bandera
Central intelligence Agency (CIA) has posted public access to declassified archival documents about the Second world war, and among them Stepan Bandera. With the speech of the leader of the OUN*-UPA* familiarized correspondents of the TV channel " Star ".
the story is about a four-page document of American intelligence, dated 1951. The name " Stepan Bandera and the Ukrainian state in 1941 ". In the report the Bandera called the " agent of Hitler ".
It is noted that for the five weeks of existence, "country" Bandera were killed 5 thousand Ukrainians, fifteen thousand Jews, and several thousand poles. It is left under the document signed States that it is declassified according to the " Law on the exposure of Nazi war criminals ".
Stepan Bandera was the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian nationalists* Ukrainian insurgent army*, on account of which many crimes, and among them Volyn massacre - a mass destruction of the Polish population of Volhynia in 1943.
Were brutally killed and thousands of Ukrainians who refused to cooperate c nationalists. In addition, Bandera took part in the fighting against the Soviet Union.
*Banned in Russia as extremist organization.