An article by Vladimir Putin on World War II, written, according to the president himself, on the basis of archival data, including the testimonies of politicians of the 1930s and 40s, is being actively discussed. It is discussed, including in the expert community. A variety of reviews are heard about the article by the President of Russia: from words of support and approval of the material up to the critical version of “9 thousand words of lies,” which was published in the Danish press the other day.
A well-known Israeli political scientist, an ex-employee of one of the Israeli intelligence agencies, Jacob Kedmi, in a teleconference with the studio of TC "Russia 1" noted that Vladimir Putin made one omission in his article. According to Kedmi, Putin, describing the situation in his material, did not specify the ideological component of the confrontation, did not mention that the war was fought against the communist Soviet Union.
Kedmi noted that the West supported Hitler in his attack on the Soviet Union precisely on ideological principles.
According to Yakov Kedmi, this is exactly what he lacked in the historical analysis, which was carried out by Vladimir Putin.
Kedmi on "tiny" omission in Putin's article- Soviet! (@Soviet_flag) June 23, 2020
It seems that Yakov understands that Putin couldn’t DO this omission. For Putin serves what all the communists of the world fought against then and are fighting now, namely against imperialism, as the highest stage of capitalism ... pic.twitter.com/ZPdMvuLrc0