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#1 Nemesis

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 04:17 PM

Maybe we should start finding their stories before 9 May and put them here.  These heroes are so special, they still fight fascists even in old age and beyond the grave.

 

 

 

#‎Donetsk‬, veteran of ‪#‎WWII‬: “I would have joined the fight against fascists right now but they do not enlist me into the people’s militia due to my age.”

 

The veteran of the WWII Nikolay Khizhko is 88. Being a teenager Nikolay added a few years to his age and went to the front to fight against the fascists. He was a truck driver of “Katyusha”, participated in the seizure of Berlin, was awarded many orders and medals.

 

Since 1951, Nikolay Khizhko had lived in Donetsk, worked as a driver of a fire-engine and an ambulance, was a teacher at the automotive institute.

 

Today Nikolay Khizhko live together with his spouse in Kirovsk district, which was many times severely shelled by the Ukrainian punitive army.

 

One of the “Grade” missiles hit his household, its splinters damaged the shed and the roof of the garage. Nikolay Khizhko was saved by a miracle being only shell-shocked.

 

«I would have joined the fight against the fascists right now but they do not enlist me into the people’s militia due to my age. Some militiamen say: “You, old man, had been fighting enough in your time, now it’s our turn to defend our land", the veteran said.

 

Like all other pensioners in the region, Nikolay Khizhko does not get his pension and is below the level of poverty now, but he does not lose his optimism. «Thanks to the deputies of Novorossia parliament who help with the provisions. I’ve also received a social allowance from the republic. We will survive. The main thing is to conquer the enemy, and then everything will be fine».

 

The veteran believes into the victory, despite the blockade of Donbass and all hardships brought by the war, which was unleashed by the Kiev authorities.

 

‪#‎crisis‬ ‪#‎news‬ ‪#‎Poroshenko‬ ‪#‎war‬ ‪#‎genocide‬ #Donetsk ‪#‎Lugansk‬ ‪#‎Donbass‬ ‪#‎Nazis‬ ‪#‎Novorossia‬ ‪#‎Novorossiya‬ ‪#‎Putin‬ ‪#‎Russia‬ ‪#‎EU‬ ‪#‎USA‬ ‪#‎democracy‬ ‪#‎truth‬ ‪#‎politics‬ ‪#‎fascism‬ ‪#‎Ukraine‬ ‪#‎Kiev‬ ‪#‎naf‬ ‪#‎PoroshenkoNazi‬

 

 

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#2 wirehaired

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 04:25 PM

I bet all these years after storming the rats nest in Berlin the old boy didn't think he would have to fight the bastards again.


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#3 Atossa

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 06:05 PM

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There was an obituary that appeared on a Chicago newspaper website a few years ago
for a red army jew vet who fought "Nazis" in the Urals.

Seriously...

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#4 Magoo

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 08:17 PM

Hopefully Veterans will share their experirnces with the forum

They can sign or remain unnamed if they wish. I hope they will put their avatar name on it.

The important thing is that they tell the younger generations what they endured and the dangers they faced.
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#5 Shura

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:34 AM

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There was an obituary that appeared on a Chicago newspaper website a few years ago
for a red army jew vet who fought "Nazis" in the Urals.

Seriously...

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I knew Jews who were in Red Army. I honor them as well. Not too many of them were up on the front but those thst were , were heroes just like Russians


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#6 Atossa

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 02:43 AM

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The point of my post was... [supposedly] "Nazis" didn't get to the Urals.

If they had... it would make Mount Yamantau much more interesting. :)


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#7 Shura

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:45 AM

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The point of my post was... [supposedly] "Nazis" didn't get to the Urals.

If they had... it would make Mount Yamantau much more interesting. :)


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If Nazis got Bashkiria, they would face a Kukri knife no bullets needed


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#8 Nemesis

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Posted 20 March 2015 - 05:43 PM

These girls were snipers during the Great Patriotic War

 

 

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#9 Shura

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Posted 20 March 2015 - 08:21 PM

These girls were snipers during the Great Patriotic War

 

 

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I knew one of them, she was not a sniper, she was the greatest borsch cook, though


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#10 Nemesis

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Posted 21 March 2015 - 04:39 PM

This thread got off topic, so those posts were moved to another thread.  Hopefully we will now stay on topic.


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#11 Magoo

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Posted 21 March 2015 - 05:48 PM

http://www.allworldw... Paintings.html

Paintings of scenes from the great patriotic war.
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#12 vladzo

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Posted 21 March 2015 - 09:46 PM

thank you T-Koga

 

i have saved this painting

 

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#13 Atossa

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Posted 21 March 2015 - 10:03 PM

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Quote from Stalin's jew-bolshevik speech given Nov 7, 1941 during the
annual jew-boshevik Red Square parade to glorify their revolution.

Of course... no mention of God... only Stalin's atheist false god, Lenin.


" May the victorious banner of the great Lenin be your lodestar!
Under the banner of Lenin, forward to victory! "


After they destroyed the Aryan Christian Third Rome and Third Reich...
the satanic antichrist jew-bolshevik jew/nwo went on to destroy the rest
of Aryan Christendom.


Btw... no mention of God in Stalin's May 9, 1945 victory speech either...
another great "revelation" that what the satanic antichrist jew-bolshevik
propagandists have posted here... that Stalin become Christian... is a BIG JEW LIE !!

Furthermore... God is missing from Putin's speeches too.


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#14 Magoo

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Posted 22 March 2015 - 02:22 AM

I'm glad you liked the paintings Vladzo, the one you picked tells a powerful story about victory and defeat.

I tried to download a couple but cant do it with phone.

I just tried again and it worked this time. page must not have been completely loaded first try.

I found a black and white photo of three women snipers
If I find it again I will try to download it.

I'm not sure I can post photos with my i phone.

My favorite artist here is painter M. Samsonov

Edited by T-Koga, 22 March 2015 - 02:29 AM.

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#15 Nemesis

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Posted 22 March 2015 - 04:17 AM

775 confirmed kills in one picture, 1945
By RHP | Posted on: May 4, 2014 | Updated on: January 25, 2015
 
 
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775 confirmed kills in one picture, 1945

Female snipers of the 3rd Shock Army, 1st Belorussian Front.

  • 1st row – Guard Staff Sergeant, VN Stepanov: 20 kills. Guard Sgt JP Belousov: 80 kills. Guard Sgt AE Vinogradov: 83 kills.
  • 2nd row – Guard Lieutenant EK Zhibovskaya: 24 kills. Guard Sgt KF Marinkin: 79 kills. Guard Sgt OS Marenkina: 70 kills.
  • 3rd row – Guard Lieutenant NP Belobrova: 70 kills. Lieutenant N. Lobkovsky: 89 kills. Guard Lieutenant VI Artamonov: 89 kills. Guard Staff Sergeant MG Zubchenko: 83 kills.
  • 4th row – Guard Sergeant, NP Obukhov: 64 kills. Guard Sergeant, AR Belyakov 24 kills

Total number of confirmed kills: 775. Photo taken in Germany, May 4, 1945.

Because of chronic problems in finding the manpower to fulfill military and industrial tasks, the Soviet Government recruited some 7.75 million women, of whom 800,000 served in the military. Sniping was a precision role, which many women soldiers performed with expertise. It is estimated that in 1943 there were more than 2000 female snipers in the Soviet armed forces. Female snipers have been credited with more than 12,000 confirmed kills.

 

The Soviet Union used women for sniping duties extensively, and to great effect, including Nina Alexeyevna Lobkovskaya and Ukrainian Lyudmila Pavlichenko (who killed over 300 enemy soldiers). The Soviets found that sniper duties fit women well, since good snipers are patient, careful, deliberate, can avoid hand-to-hand combat, and need higher levels of aerobic conditioning than other troops. Women were regarded as having the skills and nerves required for accurate marksmanship. Notwithstanding male skepticism, Major General Morozov, “the father of the sniper movement”, attributed superior female marksmanship to the fact that “a woman’s hand is more sensitive than is a man’s. Therefore when a woman is shooting, her index finger pulls the trigger more smoothly and purposefully”.

 

The most successful Soviet use of snipers during the second world war were during their defensive stages of the war (1941–1943), after which the advantage of defense shifted to the German side and German snipers became a real danger to the advancing Soviets. Soviet military doctrine used snipers for providing long-distance suppressive fire and for eliminating targets of opportunity, especially leaders, because during World War II, Soviet military leaders and combat theorists (Vassili Zaitsev contributed greatly to Soviet sniper doctrine, although he was officially neither of these) found that military organizations have difficulty replacing experienced non-commissioned officers and field officers during times of war. They also found that the more expensive and less rugged sniper rifles could match the cost-effectiveness of a cheaper assault rifle given good personnel selection, training, and adherence to doctrine.

Interesting stuff:

  • The three most common sniper rifles employed by the Soviet Union were the Mosin-Nagant, the Tokarev SVT-40, and later, the SVD (1958); the first purpose built designated marksman’s rifle.

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#16 Magoo

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Posted 22 March 2015 - 04:27 AM

I had a surplus Moisin Nagant rifle once, it was made by Westinghouse for Russia and was top quality. Thanks
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#17 Nemesis

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Posted 23 March 2015 - 10:18 AM

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#18 Nemesis

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Posted 23 March 2015 - 10:27 AM

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#19 Nemesis

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Posted 23 March 2015 - 10:29 AM

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#20 Shura

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Posted 23 March 2015 - 01:52 PM

Thanks Nemesis, those were tough times, they did not have PX's that follow US troops wherever they go. I saw some soldiers chewing half rotten apples and  "suharki" dry pieces of bread, the ladies were toughest of all, they mostly directed traffic while they cooked borshch for the troops, and never complained, in fact they were always ready for a song and "gopak" (dance). There is no army in the world to equal that of the Russian soldier


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