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ukraineLittle is known of the Ku Klux Klan's space programme apart from the fact that it was started in the 1960s in Alabama and that the project was hampered by colour segregation inside the lunar module. The Ukrainian FA obviously wanted to make a controversial statement with their logo for purposes of impact. The four design ideas that were rejected before the winning space design was chosen were: a woodcutter attacking an off licence; Pavel Grabinsky, the Ukrainian James Bond, figure skating; chess grandmaster Vsevolod Rauzer clearly playing Nf6 as part of the Sicilian defence; the Virgin Mary in flip-flops. Read more

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