Major Russian OFFENSIVE on Strategic KUPYANSK
Russia is ramping up its offensive in the Luhansk region. The 6th Combined Arms Army is pushing in all directions toward the logistical hub of Kupyansk. Heavy fighting is taking place near the strategic villages of Synkivka and Kotliarivka. Ukrainian General Syrskyi urgently asked for reinforcements, without which the front could collapse. Meanwhile, Ukrainian authorities evacuated 37 settlements in this sector. Could it be a foreshadowing sign of a retreat behind the Oskol river?
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I love how the media is ignoring the Russian Offensive but emphasizing the Ukrainian Offensive which is a complete stalemate.
I like how you’re willing to report the perspective of both sides instead of MSM’s over reliance on Ukrainian propaganda.
You mention that Ukraine and Russia rely on mobilized personnel. A key difference ought to be mentioned. Russian mobilized troops had done their national service (NS) and then, having completed their NS, are placed on reserve lists during their civilian lives. On the other hand, Ukraine essentially stopped calling up youths for national service in 1994, and Ukraine formally ended NS in 2013. Thus, Russian mobilized troops had already served in the armed forces during their NS: they acquired skills and had specific vocations during their NS. For Ukraine, however, they have been mobilizing people with virtually no past military experience. Ukrainian mobilized personnel are given a few days training in weapons usage and basic survival skills before being sent to the front. On the other hand, Russian mobilized troops, who already had NS military experience, still go through several months refresher courses before being deployed to various units — both frontline and rear logistical support units.
I am glad you are talking about Ukrainian soldiers losses respectfully. I despise how Russia losses are celebrated and the loss of human life ignored by western media. The Ukrainians are very brave as are the Russians. I wish peace would return.
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Those Russian soldiers asking Ukrainian soldiers to surrender while they were digging trenches, that was the funniest thing.
Everytime I watch History Legends, a 20 min video is still not enough. That is how entertaining it is, never a dull moment. The effort itself is worth appreciating.
Informative, timely, stunning production quality. One guy with a microphone, a computer, and a youtube account renders a service better than the entire cable news industry with its billions of dollars and thousands of staff.
Stellar analysis, engaging graphics and animations and respectful mention of Ukranian losses in context. Makes me disgusted when western media or pro-ukranians dehumanise Russians to such a twisted degree and opely gloat about “dead orcs”.
Just like you can tell alot about people by how they treat animals, you can tell alot about people by how they talk about casualties in this war.
What are you telling us ? Why can’t you admit the Ukrainian counter offensive is a complete success. The Ukrainians already took Monaco !
How you read the battlefield is mind blowing. You’ve been spot on in your previous predictions. This must be a hell of a lot of work, I imagine. Making a video is hard enough, then there’s the research through all the fog, a war has. Great stuff brother, don’t know how you do it.
What a pleasure to watch your in depth analysis and explanation of the situation at the fronts. The best of the best out there.
Using low price drones to take out small amounts of troops feels like a game changer in military tactics.
As a Russian I really like your analysis, you seem to be unbiased and show the real situation. Props to the footage collected and overall montage.
great channel- one additional thing to consider is that the scarcity of HE artillery on the Ukranus side means that Russian heavy armor can increasingly operate with impunity.
RF artillery and drones and even coordinated aviation can suppress ATGM and infantry positions while small tank + IFV forces go forward and disembark troops, further suppressing positions as they advance with 30mm autocannon. cluster munitions are ineffective vs heavy armor, so the only counter to this in the Ukranus inventory are effective drones and line of sight ATGMs. both of these can be suppressed with appropriate combined arms action. RF is also now using Lancets against infantry positions; they have so many of them, apparently.