like that criminal who shouted at the trial: “I wasn’t in that alley, there wasn’t”More Viktor Suvorov quotes [06/25/2019 02:06:58]
Zhukov does not remember shootings on Khalkhin-Gol. But we already know that his memory is a failure.
And do not object to me. And do not call bad words. Better open the archives and show for the world that my cautious assumption is nothing but an evil fiction. And if you can not open the archives of the battle on Khalkhin-Gol, then explain why.More Viktor Suvorov quotes [09/12/2018 11:09:22]
The most important thing in military affairs is the ability to look at the situation through the eyes of the enemy. Zhukov had to figure out how they felt in Berlin, knowing that the only subtle thread connecting the distant Swedish ports with the German metallurgical base could be cut by the Soviet fleet at any moment?
If Zhukov was a good strategist, he should have clearly seen the situation. But Zhukov either did not follow the situation at the Soviet borders, either he did not understand it, or was afraid to express his opinion.
... Stalin was friends with Hitler. There were mutual courtesies. Congratulations on your birthday. There were vows of loyalty. Comrade Stalin drank champagne with Mr. Ribbentrop, and the hammers with Hitler. but to the vital resources of Germany, Stalin was ed very impudently.
Zhukov, if he was a strategist, should have warned Stalin of the danger of Germany's sudden and crushing retaliatory actions. But Zhukov was silent when Stalin increased the power of the Baltic Fleet when he "liberated" Finland, Estonia, and Lithuania. Latvia. This was not enough, and Stalin decided to get close not only to the forest, nickel and ore, but also to oil. And he instructed Zhukov.More Viktor Suvorov quotes [09/12/2018 10:09:04]
Every infantryman in the Soviet Army carries with him a small spade. When he is given the order to halt he immediately lies flat and starts to dig a hole in the ground beside him.More Viktor Suvorov quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
The Communists claim that they liberated the Russian people. Yet, when the Great Patriotic War began, these same Russians greeted their foreign invaders with tears, with flowers and with enthusiastic hospitality. What can have brought them to the point at which they would greet even Hitler as their saviour and liberator?More Viktor Suvorov quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
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