Roses Have Thorns - Casualties of the Ukrainian Revolution

An ongoing series covering the Ukrainian Crisis from the start of the Euromaidan protests. Events are presented in chronological order without commentary, relying solely on raw footage, news reports, witness interviews and official statements. Available to download as an mkv file or watch on Youtube.

Part 1 - Euromaidan & Crimea (56 minutes)
November 2013 - March 23, 2014

Part 2 - Anti-Maidan (61 minutes)
February - March 31, 2014

Part 3 - Donbass (60 minutes)
April 2 - April 14, 2014

Part 4 - The Anti-Terrorist Operation I (54 minutes)
April 14 - April 21, 2014

Part 5 - The Anti-Terrorist Operation II (54 minutes)
April 21, 2014 - May 2, 2014

Part 6 - The Odessa Massacre (79 minutes)
May 2, 2014

Part 7 - Victory Day in Mariupol (59 minutes)
May 9, 2014

Part 8 - The Donetsk & Lugansk Referendums (67 minutes)
May 11, 2014

Part 9 - Poroshenko I (107 minutes)
May 14 - May 24, 2014

Part 10 - Poroshenko II (108 minutes)
May 25 - June 2, 2014


Part 11 - Airstrike in Lugansk City (78 minutes)
June 2, 2014

Part 12 - The Siege of Slavyansk I (97 minutes)
June 1 - 9, 2014



June 9 - 17, 2014



June 18 - 28, 2014


Part 15 - The Fall of Slavyansk (126 minutes)
June 29 - July 7, 2014


July 8 - 13, 2014



July 13 - 17, 2014


Part 18 (Coming Soon)

9 comments:

  1. Thanx for the huge effort, keep up the great work!
    Greetings from Vienna, Austria

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  2. Wow! These are incredibly powerful videos. Europe and America and the Kiev junta are dawned out of their own mouths.

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  3. Did you ever do a Part 18 on MH17? thanks @mkj1951

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    1. I'm still working on it at the moment. It should be finished in a month or two.

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  4. Great work, and thank you for making these!

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  5. please keep making these

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  6. You are doing very important work! Keep going and thanks!

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  7. Great work!
    Keep going!

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  8. Extremely well done! So much humanity.

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