This film is based on Juri Lina’s epic work Under the Sign of the Scorpion. Although Lina doesn’t openly name the Jew in this film, instead invoking the term “freemason,” it is still a very good overview of communist atrocities in Russia/Eastern Europe that have been swept under the rug by the Jewish re-writers of history. Lina does name the Jew in his book though.
In the video footage below Ukrainians welcome the righteous German army as liberators from Communist tyranny and savagery. Ukrainian women mourn the deaths of their husbands who had been rounded up and executed en masse by Jewish-Soviet NKVD agents and local Jews who collaborated with the Communist invaders and occupiers of their nation.
The Ukrainians — having lived through the Jewish-Soviet Holocaust of 6-10 million of their people in 1932′s Holodomor (deliberate mass starvation genocide) a decade earlier — eagerly joined the Nazis in their fight against the beastly abomination of a nation: the USSR (a de-facto Jewish colony since 1917). What the Jews did to the Ukraine they also did in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Hungary, and other Eastern European countries that had come under Soviet-Communist occupation in late 1939 and early 1940 — i.e. betray the country by collaborating with the invading/occupying/usurping hordes of mass murderers and mass rapists, the Soviet Communists.