Reported and I won’t further ingage with your Neo-Nazi rhetoric of Wehrmacht/Red Army equation here. That Eastern Europeean countries have suffered for decades under soviet oppression has nothing to do with the Red Army in WW2 liberating half of Europe from Germany and, and this one is important , freeing the death camps in the east and factually stopping the mass murder there. You obviously can’t step back and not see Russia as the opressor that followed the Germans in your country (which they did) while history also sees them (rightfully so, together with all the other allied forces) as anti fascists.I corrected my mistake. Still, my point is, those 33% and 43% were able to see what Hitlers political agenda was at this point. He made that clear by the mid 20s, including expansion to the east and the “Judenfrage”.