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The myth behind ‘The Ghost of Kyiv’

By France24
03 May 2022   |   12:57 pm
Many sources consider the Ghost of Kyiv to be an urban legend or war propaganda, and the pilot's alleged existence has been credited as a major morale boost for the Ukrainian population to bolster optimism during the Russian invasion. The stories were shared by Ukrainians on social media.

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