Reading Iron Curtain.
Considering what Stalin had already done to them before the war, you can't blame the Ukrainians who thought, "Better the devil we don't know," and fought with the Nazis on that account.
The Finns, after all, played each side against the other and came out of it well.
Little did the Ukrainians realize Hitler was no merely ordinary anti-Semitic fascist.
Rather, as euro-white racists go, he and his Nazis were in a class by themselves.
Far too many people, all over the world, failed to take Mein Kampf seriously enough.
Not least those Ukrainians.