December 5, 2022
So what russian culture really gives to the world?

Members of the Ukrainian Emergency Service work at a mass burial site during an exhumation, in the recently liberated town of Izium of Ukraine’s Kharkiv region on September 19, 2022.
Izium, which sits near the border between the Kharkiv and Donetsk regions of Ukraine, was subject to intense Russian artillery attacks in April before it was occupied. It then became an important hub for the invading military during five months of occupation.
Ukrainian forces took back control of the city this month, delivering a strategic blow to Russia’s military assault in the east.
Russian forces were forced to flee the strategic eastern city after Ukrainian forces began a new offensive eastward through the Kharkiv region.
While Ukraine’s offensive successfully regained thousands of square miles of territory, it also uncovered evidence of the horrors suffered by civilians and soldiers at the hands of Russian troops.
So what russian culture really gives to the world?