Documentary: The atrocities in Odessa on May 2, 2014

A survivor of the Odessa Trade Union House fire is brought out of the building by firemen.

A film examining the arson attack on Odessa’s Trade Unions House at the start of the civil war in Ukraine and the role played by ultranationalism, the police and politics in post-Soviet space.
The documentary takes a look at a key event in the conflict and documents a city torn apart as a result of this tragedy.


A film by Ulrich Heyden and Marco Benson, produced by


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Paul Rigby
Paul Rigby

For those who wish to understand just how pre-meditated and elaborate the Odessa massacre was, the following three-parter is by far the best:

Odessa, Ukraine, May 2. Tribunal of bloody ashes. English subtitles:
Part 1:
Part 2:
Part 3:

This was the CIA’s work.