Interview with the Russian historian Andrei Iljic Fursov
13.04.2021. Interview with the Russian historian Andrei Iljics Fursov, in search of the historical origins of Russophobia.
“The Russophobia, in its present aspect, it took shape in the 1920s and 1930s. It was an English project, elaborated immediately after the Napoleonic wars, when it became clear that the Russians had defeated Napoleon, and the British did not like this at all. If we look at the traits of this informational and psychological attack in the 1920s, Thirties and forties of the nineteenth century, we will recognize those of current russophobia.”
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