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Bold and bankrupt English guy returns to Chernobyl to buy food and vodka for a humble old lady that gave him food during his travels, despite not having much for herself

Bold and bankrupt English guy returns to Chernobyl to buy food and vodka for a humble old lady that gave him food during his travels, despite not having much for herself 6

Bold and bankrupt English guy returns to Chernobyl to buy food and vodka for a humble old lady that gave him food during his travels, despite not having much for herself



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  1. “In England we are taught that we won the war.”

    I keep hearing this, and obviously this is generational thing. But I’m almost 30 and when I did GCSE history there was a huge section on WW2 and about Russian history. From pre-revolutionary monarchy all the way to post ww2 cold war history. We’re taught and have been taught for a while that Russia played a massive role in defeating the Nazis, the unimaginable struggles the Russians went through, I’m sure we did about a week and a half just about Stalingrad. I feel like we have a very fair and balanced history syllabus. People often say ‘oh in the UK they just learn about the Empire being good and that they won ww2’ and it just isn’t true. Right after Russian History in AS level history it’s all about Ireland, the civil war up to home rule. The course absolutely doesn’t portray Britain in a positive light.

  2. I almost cried watching this. I live in Australia and my Babaushka and Dedaushka died many years ago, and I miss them. Thank you for this.

  3. Always love these videos, very genuine and what you’d want to see and learn from these areas.. real people living their lives after beyond crazy things happened. The warmth from the return when realized was wonderful, ypa from the US!

  4. The most impressive thing to me about this guy is how he can walk up to just freaking anyone and engage in conversation with them. That’s magic to a semi-introvert like me.

  5. Oh man that is so nice. You made that womans year likely.
    People often dont understand how massively vast Eastern Europe is and just how isolated some of these villages are.

    In certain regions these people might only see the same 40-150 faces for a decade. Half my family is from Latvia and moved to Moscow before I was born but the stories and culture is so wholesom and family dependent it must be tough to be so isolated sometimes.

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I’ll never forgive the Japanese!! 17

I’ll never forgive the Japanese!!

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British advert placement at its best