Andrey Dikiy

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Andrey Ivanovich Dikiy (real surname Zankevich; 3 September 1893 — 9 April 1977) was a Russian writer and white émigré politician and journalist, and stated to be known for his anti-Semitism and anti-Ukrainian sentiment.

Wikipedia claims that he was somehow associated with the pro-German “collaborationist” “Vlasov movement” during WWII (related to Foreign military volunteers and National Socialist Germany) and that his writings were extensively used by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in his book Two Hundred Years Together, possibly as some form of guilt by association.

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