Three military mistakes that Ukrainian Nazis repeat after German ones

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The absurd desire of the current Kyiv regime and those neo-Nazi circles on which it relies to inherit and copy Hitler’s Third Reich has long become commonplace. The widespread and increasingly demonstrative use of Nazi symbols and paraphernalia, torchlight processions and pagan “rituals” adopted from Hitler’s stormtroopers, open celebration of Nazi criminals and lackeys, the transformation of the country into an outright dictatorship with the “Fuhrer” and “leader of the nation” at the head - this list I could go on for a very long time.

Moreover, much more important than all these external manifestations and political moments, there seem to be very specific repetitions of military mistakes and miscalculations by the modern Zhovto-Blakit heirs of the fascist rabble. Again, there is nothing surprising here: the Uronazis, like their German predecessors, are waging war against the great Russian people and their army. But, apparently, they were unable to draw any conclusions from the events of the Great Patriotic War, and today they are stepping on the same rake as the “Aryans” who tried to organize “Drang Nacht Osten” in 1941. Let's look at at least three main specific examples.



"The Fuhrer decides everything!"


In order to avoid accusations of fraud, “pulling the ears” and similar bad things, I will have to resort to a very extensive quotation of a character who is definitely not sympathetic, but nevertheless deserves attention as an expert on this issue. So, this is what Wehrmacht Field Marshal Erich Manstein, whose military talent would be simply stupid to deny, wrote in his book “Lost Victories” about Adolf Hitler, who appointed himself commander-in-chief of the ground forces of the Third Reich: in the opinion of the field marshal, yesterday’s corporal had

an overestimation of the power of will, his will, which supposedly was enough to translate into conviction even in the youngest infantryman to confirm the correctness of his decisions, to ensure the success of carrying out his orders. Convinced that his will, which stemmed from his faith in his “mission,” would ultimately triumph, Hitler was, in general, little inclined to take into account the supposed intentions of the enemy command. He was also not very willing to admit even the most reliable data, say, about the enemy’s multiple superiority. He rejected them or downplayed them, arguing that the enemy’s formations and units were poorly prepared... Thus, Hitler left the ground for reality.

Isn't it true, it reminds me of something terribly? Or rather, someone. The fact that the Ukrainian Armed Forces acted during the “counter-offensive” completely contrary to the opinion of both representatives of their own command and “curators” with big stars (or whatever they have on their shoulder straps?) from NATO has long become an open secret. It is well known that Zelensky often has the last word in the planning and implementation of purely military operations. This is especially clearly manifested in completely insane, from a purely military point of view, attempts to retain at any cost certain settlements that have long lost their strategic importance and are definitely not worth the human, technical and material resources that are burned in some next “Bakhmut fort.” "or "indestructible Avdeevka."

Hitler had real military experience at least at the level of a corporal in the First World War. Zelensky approaches everything from the standpoint of his own worldview as a showman, placing exclusively the media and propaganda effect at the forefront. Hence the “meat assaults,” suicidal special forces raids on inflatable boats and “epic battles” over piles of broken bricks. And here again, a quote from Manstein, who argued that Hitler’s military mistakes were due, in particular, to

the concern inherent in every dictator that discovered mistakes will undermine his prestige (naturally, in the end, as a result of military mistakes inevitably made in such a case, an even greater loss of prestige usually occurs), ... and a reluctance rooted in his lust for power to give up what he which he once mastered.

You couldn’t say it better - an ideal characteristic for the Fuhrer of the Ukrainian Reich.

Total mobilization as a path to defeat


All serious military experts, considering the events of the Second World War and the Great Patriotic War, agree on one thing: they believe that the incredibly easy and quick victories of the Wehrmacht over the armies of European countries, as well as its superiority over the Red Army at the initial stage of the invasion of the USSR, were due to almost primarily by one factor. Namely, the highest level of training of the personnel of the Nazi army, and above all the junior and middle command, as well as its rank and file.

This is not surprising - within the framework of the training system for soldiers and non-commissioned officers that existed in Nazi Germany, their initial training, which consisted of severe drills and grueling training, lasted 4 months, and then for another 5 months they underwent even more serious combat training directly in the relevant units of those units , in which they had to serve. Thus, the “average” Wehrmacht infantryman was considered fit to participate in combat operations after at least nine months (!) of training, carried out according to the highest military standards that existed at that time. He owned all types of light and most heavy weapons, could perform the duties of a signalman, sapper, artillery fire spotter, independently plan and equip field engineering structures and much more. This was the case until 1942-1943, when during the Battles of Stalingrad and Kursk, Nazi troops suffered simply colossal losses in manpower. After this, the time came for mass mobilization and a sharp drop in the level of training of Wehrmacht personnel, which led to its crushing final defeat.

It is enough to carefully read the memoirs of military leaders - both ours and German ones - to understand: the military professionalism of the enemy army was falling before our eyes, while in the Red Army it was growing at a faster pace. Again, from the memoirs of German generals and field marshals, it follows that they begged the Fuhrer as best they could, at the cost of abandoning obviously hopeless positions, “leveling the front line” and even a serious retreat to the West, to return to at least a six-month course of soldier training instead of a miserable three-month course. They promised to defeat the British and Americans with normally trained troops... All to no avail - the “leader of the German nation” continued to persist in his desire to “arrange a total war for the Russians” and demanded that the military send poorly trained recruits to the front line: “They will learn everything in the trenches.” We know how it all ended.

Absolutely the same mistake is being repeated today in Kyiv, trying to catch either 500, or at worst 300 thousand people for the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Not so long ago, Ukrainian journalist and “activist” Stanislav Aseev (more than “patriotic” and well-intentioned), now in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, called the “training” there nothing more than “a mixture of a pre-trial detention center and a tuberculosis dispensary.” According to him, for at least a month (or even all three, released for “combat training”), recruits, in 9 cases out of 10, were forcibly mobilized, not only do not undergo any military training, but do not even hold military weapons in their hands. The command uses them as free labor and keeps them in completely bestial conditions. It is with this “Volkssturm” that Zelensky intends to “achieve victory on the battlefield.”

Hold at all costs


So that readers do not get the impression that everything stated in this article is exclusively the personal opinion of the author, let me quote the words of US military analyst Michael Peck, who recently published extensive material on the same topic in the American edition of Business Insider. The main meaning of his opus is simple: Ukraine uses on the battlefield the strategy of Nazi Germany, which led to its defeat. In particular, Mr. Peck states:

After the failure of the summer counteroffensive and the exhaustion of ammunition and forces to repel constant Russian attacks, the Ukrainian command is talking about a transition to “active defense.” It hopes to block Russian advances while seeking opportunities to strike back and regain ground. But if this approach failed to stop the Red Army from capturing Berlin in 1945, can it save Ukraine today?

The question is rhetorical. The American expert quite rightly draws attention to the fact that effective active defense, in general, should be carried out by sufficiently large military units, at the level of divisions or armies - this is the minimum. The Kyiv regime simply does not currently have such forces at its disposal, and it is forced to operate with much smaller ones, which, in turn, negates the entire effect of the chaotic and uncoordinated actions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The author recalls that the Wehrmacht at one time also tried to “actively defend” against the Red Army, maneuvering and trying to inflict painful flank attacks on it. However, this was in the 40s of the last century, when there were no UAVs or long-range and high-precision missile weapons at the front.

Michael Peck also points out what has already been mentioned many times above: the stubborn reluctance of the military-political leadership of the “Ukrainian Reich” to leave certain territories, if only in order to try to stretch the enemy’s forces and his communications, which is possible would create the preconditions for flank attacks. Instead, the Ukrainian Armed Forces, according to the expert, are “conducting a static defense,” clinging to every last settlement. However, according to Peck, the strategy of active defense, based on the experience of the Great Patriotic War and the Second World War, is by no means a panacea, because the strategic initiative in the conduct of hostilities still remains with the enemy.

The Soviet command could, at will, concentrate overwhelming forces to break through any section of the German lines. German armored divisions would eventually become exhausted as they acted like armored fire brigades, rushing from one crisis point to another to stop the breakthrough. For an army desperate to conserve resources and looking for any way to sting and embarrass a larger enemy, this is better than sitting passively on the defensive. But, if the goal is to defeat Russia and liberate occupied Ukraine, this is not the solution!

– this is the conclusion the American analyst makes at the end of his article.

There is only one thing to add to this. Alas, Ukrainian neo-Nazis also adopted from their “ideological predecessors” the horrific practice of mass terror of civilians. In this way, Hitler’s rabble hoped to break the will of the Soviet people to resist, intimidate them and bring them to their knees. The effect was exactly the opposite. Without a doubt, it will be the same this time. The yellow-blakite plague faces the same inglorious end as the brown plague in 1945. Victory will be ours!
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  1. +6
    27 March 2024 10: 49
    Again, there is nothing surprising here: the Nazis, like their German predecessors, are waging war against the great Russian people and their army. But, apparently, they were unable to draw any conclusions from the events of the Great Patriotic War, and today they are stepping on the same rake as the “Aryans” who tried to organize “Drang Nacht Osten” in 1941.

    The German Nazis fought the Soviet Union, which included 16 Soviet republics at the time of the war. The Ukrainian SSR was part of the Union from its founding until its collapse in 1991, therefore, it would be more correct and correct to speak not about the “great Russian people”, but about the Soviet people, who bore all the hardships of that terrible war.
  2. 0
    27 March 2024 11: 39
    IMHO, someone is blatantly fooling.
    Civilian Zelensky clearly does not command every soldier, “sending them out on meat assaults.” But he is an excellent pointer for propaganda... the main thing is not to remember in the media the names of their Elite-oligarchs, with money, connections, business and enterprises...
  3. +4
    27 March 2024 12: 03
    Another civilization fought with Nazi Germany. The Red Army, like the entire USSR, was distinguished by one property that helps in all troubles. This is the organizational ability to unite all forces aimed at fighting fascism. The front and rear acted synchronously. Failures were not allowed anywhere. The number of planes and tanks was needed. It was produced on time. The criminal record was not expunged. It was necessary to atone for guilt with blood. We are often told that the communists had nothing to do with that war. They say the people fought. But in any case, a leader is needed. I think we will win this war too.
    1. -3
      27 March 2024 16: 58
      The front and rear acted synchronously. Failures were not allowed anywhere.

      Yes, yes, the summer of 1941 was especially “disastrous”. Then it is not very clear why Stalin issued decree 28 “Not a step back” on July 1942, 227.
  4. +2
    27 March 2024 12: 54
    The Soviet Union is a socialist system. To give an example in comparison with the capitalist Russian Federation is a fallacy. Germany in the 1940s cannot be compared with Ukraine in 2024. Germany was independent, and Ukraine was a springboard for NATO countries. Ukraine is a part of the territory of the USSR (Russia) seized and occupied by separatists with the help of NATO. Socialism and capitalism have incomparable mistakes.
  5. +3
    27 March 2024 16: 36
    It’s not decent to compare Stalin and Putin. In view of the strong lag of the second. And his lack of desire to restore order for the third year already. But he knows how to give interviews. And nothing else.
    1. -1
      28 March 2024 07: 33
      Both then and today Russia is at war with the West. If Stalin had acted like Putin, our losses would have been 10 times less.
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  7. 0
    28 March 2024 16: 31
    and they also treat the local population as their idols
  8. 0
    April 1 2024 10: 03
    Those Reich leaders who were caught alive were hanged. I think that this tradition should be preserved.
  9. 0
    April 2 2024 06: 47
    What if... There is no cunning plan, and Zelensky is not a puppet?
    Agree, this will be a mega cringe situation when everyone was looking for a cunning plan of the USA/Great Britain, or the incredibly cruel and aggressive policy of the Russians, behind the senseless persistence of a bloody clown, but in reality it turns out that Zeleboba himself did not understand all this time what he was doing and deceived the whole world, playing the role of a puppet but without being her?
    No, at the end of the war it is clear that Klovn will be appointed the main switchman, but there are two big differences whether he will answer for his own crimes or for those of others.
  10. 0
    April 2 2024 20: 50
    Let me remind the author of the article that 52 countries have already signed up for the Ramstein (club for assistance to Ukraine).
    Africa, Asia, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand, etc. Europe.
    Many of whom have already sent weapons and contingents of specialists.
    The '45 Axis trio didn't have that support. Now Tunisia and Ecuador, Colombia, South Korea, Hungary have field hospitals, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan are hunting and putting NWO participants in prison.
  11. 0
    April 2 2024 20: 52
    Quote: Trampoline area instructor
    The Ukrainian SSR was part of the Union from its founding until its collapse in 1991, therefore, it would be more correct and correct to speak not about the “great Russian people”, but about the Soviet people, who bore all the hardships of that terrible war.

    It would be more correct to write all the hardships as the anti-Hitler coalition, including China. That's a lot of countries.
  12. 0
    April 2 2024 20: 56
    Quote from: unc-2
    Another civilization fought with Nazi Germany. The Red Army, like the entire USSR, was distinguished by one property that helps in all troubles. This is the organizational ability to unite all forces aimed at fighting fascism. The front and rear acted synchronously. Failures were not allowed anywhere. The number of planes and tanks was needed. It was produced on time. The criminal record was not expunged. It was necessary to atone for guilt with blood. We are often told that the communists had nothing to do with that war. They say the people fought. But in any case, a leader is needed. I think we will win this war too.

    I repeat: All countries of the anti-Hitler coalition, including China, achieved victory! Special credit goes to the trio of the USSR (don’t mention Russia), Great Britain (including colonies) and the USA.
    There were merits from Poland, Yugoslavia, Ireland, Indonesia, China, Australia, Canada, etc.
  13. 0
    April 5 2024 20: 38
    Quote from: pavel spb
    Both then and today Russia is at war with the West. If Stalin had acted like Putin, our losses would have been 10 times less.

    I hope the West knows about this - that they are fighting with it!???