Only 13 percent of Europeans think that the Soviet Army played a key role in liberating Europe from Nazism during World War II. Now, 70 years after the Victory many people do not understand that the War would have been lost without a courage of EVERY solder. Skin color and spoken language were unimportant. The Victory is indivisible. However, “ICM Research” questioned over 3,000 people in Germany, the United Kingdom, and France about their understanding of World War Two. In Germany, 17 per cent of respondents said that the Soviet army played a major role in the victory, while in France only 8 percent shared the same opinion. The largest group of respondents, 43 per cent, said that the United States Army played the main role in liberating Europe during WWII. Sixty-one percent of French citizens agreed, compared to only 16 per cent of British residents. What is happening? Why do people forget their history? Moreover, how could people of one country consider their contribution to the Victory more considerable?