Gadin suggested that Europe`s interpretation of war was inaccurate. “I`m not for the Soviet Union – I didn`t like a lot about it. But the way World War II is portrayed in Europe is not correct,” he told RFE/RL, without giving details. “There`s a feeling that you fear us or just don`t understand us.” Zhanna Shishmaryova, a 30-year-old marketer, said she had never heard of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact. But like Gadin and others interviewed in the Russian capital, she claimed that Europe had screwed up the historical record to downplay or smear the Soviet Union`s role in the conquest of fascism. “I don`t like the way Europe portrays war.