Ukraine Sacrifices LAST Reserves on a TINY Village
Ukraine deployed its Elite NATO-trained 10th Army Corps as well as the Marun Tactical Group, the country’s last armored reserves available for the Summer “Counteroffensive”. These 20,000 soldiers will be tasked to finally achieve a breakthrough. After pushing 1.5 KM in the last 3 weeks, Ukrainian assault squads are now battling for the village of Robotyne. However, the cost has been very high, and the troops are tired.
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As a former soldier, it breaks my heart seeing so many men dying because of such incompetent leadership.
Its time for the US to allow Ukraine to conscript those with Ukrainian flags on their cars.
The comparisons with the Vietnam war are very interesting, but the big differences Russia is right next to the Ukraine, the United States was not right next to Vietnam.
The distance between Pryyutne and Novodonetske at the end of the video is about 20 km only.
The glorious city of Robotyne has a total of 8 (eight) streets, and the two farthest houses are 2.2 km from each other.
T72 with cage: “trash tank lol”
Challenger 2 with cage: “nobody’s invincible”
Devastating losses on Ukrainian side, unbelievable & shocking.
Since the failure of the offensive became undeniable, the media has in fact been talking about peace talks. It’s not clear at all how peace talks could work. A surrender by the Ukraine is going to be an absolute nightmare for them, because everyone is going to realize that if they would have just surrendered the Donbass (or honored the peace deal) and agreed to not join NATO, they could have a lot more territory, a lot more people, and a lot more infrastructure. Fighting a losing battle for a year and a half is always a really bad idea. “Losing battle” implies “all you can do is lose.”
I like how History Legends literally gave the Ukrainians a heads up about the Russian defences before the counter offensive only for the Ukrainians to bang their heads against it for two months +
When will this all end, I had a half-sister who passed away Good Friday this year she was 24 years older than me. She and my father were suffering the effects of a war that happened over 70 years ago. My father never met his daughter or any of his grandchildren. He passed away in 1982. I could see the pain of someone who was missing her father. My father was grabbed by the SS and sent to Germany in 1942. He could never go back given the politics. Fortunately for me, he came to Australia and married my mother. The wounds of war are far-reaching many never heal. The sad reality is many migrants came to Australia after the second world war from opposite sides. They all got on. They worked together, socialised together, their children married each other, and they had grandchildren together. War is old people who know and hate each other telling young people who don’t know or hate each other to go and kill each other. No wonder my father held political leaders in low regard.
“Russians did something unusual”. Nothing unusual about pulling their own out. And this is a well known fact since the Russians have a motto “своих не бросаем”, and there are literally hundreds of videos, even if we discount the ones from the Orchestra fighters, who have a rigorous discipline of getting their 300s and 200s back. Even the 4 soldiers carrying that badly wounded soldier on a stretcher from your video, they looked for him half the night and then crawled to him the other half of the night, guided by drones, and the trooper was very close to enemy entrenched positions, hiding under a heat dispersion blanket, it’s all on video mate, so yeah, nothing unusual about Russians getting their 300s home. That is something you can’t say about khohols, thousands of videos of how they drop their own and just run and dont come back for them, you showed one of the examples in your video. This is a well known theme on Telegram.
“The residents of Kherson and Berislav complain about a strange and unpleasant smell,” which comes from the city outskirts. There, the rear services of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have installed mobile crematoria. The “death factory” is located in two large hangars, army vehicles constantly drive up to it and unload body bags.
Now that Ukraine is on the offensive, they seem to be experiencing a much higher casualty rate – almost as if defenders typically kill attackers in a higher ratio…
Since when is it that its highly unusual that russians recover their downed airmen ?….they literally have specialy designated teams just for that purpose, so its highly standard, not unusual whatsoever
Something intresting is how the Russian Army is valuing their men under their command. If a line is considered ineffective they pull back, if a position is to hard to attack, they surrounded it, lob shells at it until it can be taken. They are letting Ukraine render their army ineffective trying to take back land in a pr stunt meant to show the world that the war is not over in a bid for more international support. They have more than enough men to throw at the front lines like Ukraine does. But they don’t, they are saving their men most likely for war with the West?