These Far-right Nationalists Didn’t Like What They Read Online About World War II – So They Rewrote History

A recent probe by the online encyclopedia Wikipedia reveals major historical revisionism by far-right forces in its Croatian and Serbian versions. But it also exposes the dangerous overlap between nationalism and disinformation online

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