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    Crimea Moves Draw Comparisons to US in Iraq, Nazis in Europei
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    Kent Klein
    March 07, 2014 11:26 PM
    While Moscow still claims the troops who have taken control of much of Crimea are local self-defense forces, their activities have drawn comparisons with Nazi Germany's occupation of Poland and Czechoslovakia, and with the U.S. invasion of Iraq. VOA's Kent Klein reports several experts disagree.

    Crimea Moves Draw Comparisons to US in Iraq, Nazis in Europe

    Kent Klein

    Published March 07, 2014

    While Moscow still claims the troops who have taken control of much of Crimea are local self-defense forces, their activities have drawn comparisons with Nazi Germany's occupation of Poland and Czechoslovakia, and with the U.S. invasion of Iraq. VOA's Kent Klein reports several experts disagree.


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