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Ukrainian computer game featuring Hitler in Moscow angers Kremlin

Reuters Wednesday, 3 June 2020
The Kremlin on Wednesday accused a Ukrainian computer game developer of glorifying Nazism by producing a game which features Adolf Hitler overseeing a fictional World War Two victory parade in Moscow, a charge the developer rejects.
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