“Did the war end?” is just one of the millions of questions every Ukrainian has been asking since Russia began its all-out war on Feb. 24, 2022. On this podcast, three young Ukrainians will try to answer some of them. How did we get from 2014 to here? Is it time to call this a genocide? What is life like under Russian occupation? Join us as we chat with experts, journalists, and other Ukrainians to understand every aspect of the war that changed our lives, and is shaping history.
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Thanks for broadcasting in English by Ukrainians so we are able to follow what’s happening.
This is an excellent podcast from three young Ukrainian women (who speak perfect English) that tells the story of the war and the people experiencing it. I recommend it.
It is a privilege to listen to these hosts discuss what is history as it is happening. The podcast is well researched, professional quality, with good guests and just the right amount of personal reflection to add a touch of humanity to the journalism. Listening to the episode about Azovstal was heartbreaking. I hope to hear these hosts someday speak about the triumphant end of this war.
Thank You. America Media can be suspect?:) I’m sure this is a way more real way to learn.
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Did the War End? launched 3 months ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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