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Insidious Neighbors: The Soviet Threat

Reveals the ideology and crimes of the Soviet Communists, who, for example, in one year (1932-33) exterminated through hunger over seven million Ukrainians. It compares the ideologies of the two movements, Nazism and Communism, and shows how very similar they both were and how, at times, they actually worked together against common enemies. Shows the handiwork of the NKVD thugs in the eastern Poland, the Baltic States, the Ukraine and everywhere. Written and directed by Edvins Snore. English with Latvian subtitles; sometimes in Russian or Latvian without subtitles. 90 min.

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