Also by Eduard Andryushchenko
April 10, 2022
In Russia's War On Ukraine, Historians Find Themselves On The Front Lines, Figuratively And Literally
Russian officials, including Vladimir Putin, have justified the war in Ukraine with dubious historical claims that Ukraine is not a “real country.” Historians in Ukraine are now fighting – literally and figuratively – against what they say is Russia’s effort to “destroy Ukrainian identity.”
April 21, 2019
Inside The Soviet KGB's Secret War On Western Books
A newly declassified 1979 memo gives intriguing details about the Ukrainian KGB's efforts to thwart a "plot by Western security agencies" to undermine the Soviet Union by importing subversive literature into the country under the framework of the 1975 Helsinki Accords.
October 27, 2018
Travels With Ivan: How The Soviet Secret Police Monitored U.S. Writer John Steinbeck
Newly declassified documents from the KGB archive in Ukraine shed light on how one leg of a 1947 journey to the Soviet Union by U.S. writer John Steinbeck and noted war photojournalist Robert Capa went down.