When Hitler’s Russians Joined the Czech Resistance in the Prague Uprising

History Documentaries

This video is about Russian collaboration in World War II. During Operation Barbarossa the Germans captured millions of Soviet soldiers. Around one million of these Red Army POWs would join the German side in units such as the Russian Liberation Army (ROA) under collaborating general Andrey Vlasov. He would later establish the Russian People’s Liberation Committee (KONR). There were other units such as the SS “RONA” (Russian National Liberation Army) led by Bronislav Kaminsky. Most of these Soviet collaborators were Red Army prisoners of war, but also White émigrés. In this episode an overview of Russian collaborators during the Second World War.

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