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Daniel S. wrote:Racist and off-topic posts and their follow-ups deleted by Moderator. Racist postings of any kind will not be tolerated on this Forum, and any similar postings by the offending parties will lead to severe Forum sanctions.
Telling the truth is racism?
As for Bukovina being Russian for a long time, you are grossly mistaking. Bukovina was never part of the Russian Empire and only came under Russian administration (the southern part) in June 1940. Until 1775 it had belonged to the Principality of Moldavia when it was ceded to Austria by the suzeran power, teh Ottoman Empire (although the vassality treaties signed in the 16th century did not give it this right). It remained under the Austrian Crown until 1918, when it was united with Romania. The Soviets justified their claims on Northern Bukovina by the fact that during Austrian rule many Ukrainians were brought there and it wantred to protect its Slavic brothers from the "exploitation of the bloody Bucharest burgeoisie
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