☠️”Help us bitches – Call Sign Gondoni!” Radio interception – broadcast made by beleaguered Neo-Nazi Ukrainian militants (and Georgian mercenaries) as Russian and Allied Artillery
To understand the intensity of artillery shelling. A Ukrainian soldier is hiding in a small trench in the Donbass from heavy artillery shelling, at one
⚡️ The special forces of the RF Armed Forces destroyed the observers of the 128th separate mountain assault brigade of the Transcarpathian Armed Forces of
This morning, one civilian was killed, two more were injured as a result of the shelling of the Kuibyshev region of Donetsk by Ukrainian bastards.
The time of severe trials proved the expediency of organizing a special fund of selected horse stock. In total, about three million horses came from the national economy to the front. Even more of them would be needed if, thanks to a well-organized military Veterinary Service, the vast majority of slightly wounded and sick animals did not return to Service – but were returned to the Home-Front to continue their vital patriotic services. However, more than a million uncomplaining Soviet War-Horse died in the anti-fascist war! Already, by 1942, the USSR was short of horses – with the shortfall being met by purchases from its allies in Mongolia!
This led to the cavalry being eventually phased-out and eventually abolished in 1955! Tanks, co-ordinated with artillery, infantry and airforce evolved into a much more effective striking and defence force that did not involve the risk of relatively high casualties experienced by the cavalry regarding horses (which are very high maintenance) as well as in men. However, all through the four-years of the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945), the Soviet Red Army Cavalry provided an important and vital anti-fascist force that directly took-on the forces of Nazi Germany and its allies from around the world (which were supported by the Catholic Church)! Although out-gunned and always facing the danger of total destruction from the modern technology deployed against them, the Red Army Cavalry utilised unusual tactics, surprise and bravery to overcome these problems!