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    Russia's deputy defense minister scolded NATO's video dedicated to the so-called Forest Brothers who had collaborated with the Nazis and fought against Soviet troops on the territory of the current Baltic States.

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    Dmitry Rogozin called the move "brazen" and said the film "proves that we witness NATO as successors of Hitler's remnants." Read our analysis of the issue.

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