"Nazi lie": years of war (in Norwegian)
“The Soviet Union developed a narrative about "the country that fought the Nazis". Modern Russia inherited this narrative, with its May 9 cult. Calling someone a “Nazi" arouses strong emotions among Russians partly due to the great tragedy of World War II, partly due to years of propaganda. France and England also suffered heavy losses during World War II, but they did not develop the same cult of victory as Russia did,” Vitalii Rybak, analyst at UkraineWorld's, in an interview for the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet analysed how the Russian narrative of Ukrainian "Nazism" makes it easier for the Kremlin to justify war.