This week, we have a new on-going feature at Whale Hunting: interviews with authors about their forthcoming books. There's no more perfect book for us to start with than the explosive, new work of Dutch journalist David de Jong.
He spent four years digging into this book despite across-the-board reluctance of sources in Germany and skepticism over the value of his project. He beautifully explains how his own family's history helped drive him on this journey. We highly recommend you buy a copy.
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We're paying journalists on the ground to capture short videos of everyday people whose lives were upended and changed by conflict. The result is a remarkable tapestry of human stories and drama, something important for history but also to show the hidden side of what's happening to people across all of Ukraine. This isn't a hugely expensive operation, but we want to expand the project to include more voices from more places in the country.
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