Especially for those who still exercise illusions on "Putin was duped". Per the scale of losses in Russian Civil War--varies from 7 to 12 million, with KIAs alone anywhere from 3 to 5 million--I address the "applicability" of the US Civil War to Russia's Civil War and, of course, to modern SMO. Per Newsweek's article--American warfare experiences, especially US Civil War, are simply inapplicable to continental warfare Russia fought for millennium.
Per Pentagon "green-lighting" attacks on Russia. I guess they are about 9 months late to the show, but PR and modern "American way of war" are inseparable. In fact, 90% of it is about PR.
In addition: per Russian Civil War--finally Naumov's and Alov's masterpiece per Bulgakov's Бег (Flight), with English subtitles. With the cast and cinematography for the ages. From 1970.
Part 1 and Part 2.
The movie immortalized itself through numerous one-liners. And again, it is difficult to explain the scale of events in historic Russia from 1905 through 1991.
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