Angela Merkel let the West become Vladimir Putin's pawn in new Cold War that sent gas bills soaring

With its long wooden pier poking out into the Baltic Sea and a three-mile sweep of sandy beach fringed with forests, the small German town of Lubmin is known for its gentle tourism. 

As the summer season dwindles to its blustery end, clusters of elderly folk are out for a stroll and cyclists stop for refreshment in streets lined with hotels, smart villas and Scandinavian-style holiday homes.

Few seem aware this former fishing village on the country’s north coast has become the focal point of a new Cold War between Europe and Russia that is a key factor in the current crisis that has seen…


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