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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:17 PM

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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:21 PM

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Siege of LeningradPart of the Eastern Front of World War IIPosted Image
Diorama of the Siege of Leningrad, in the Museum of the Great Patriotic War, in MoscowDateSeptember 8, 1941 - January 27, 1944LocationLeningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet UnionResultSoviet victoryBelligerentsPosted Image Germany
Posted Image Finland[1][2][3]
Posted Image Italy[4]Posted Image Soviet UnionCommandersPosted Image Wilhelm von Leeb
Posted Image Georg von K?chler
Posted Image Ernst Busch
Posted Image C.G.E. Mannerheim[5][6]Posted Image Kliment Voroshilov
Posted Image Georgy Zhukov
Posted Image Leonid GovorovStrength725,000[citation needed]930,000[citation needed]Casualties and lossesAxis troops unknown
Red Army:[7]
1,017,881 killed, captured or missing
2,418,185 wounded and sick Civilians:[8]
642,000 during the siege, 400,000 at evacuations
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Eastern Front
BarbarossaBaltic SeaBlack SeaFinlandLeningrad and BalticsCrimea and CaucasusMoscow1st Rzhev–Vyazma2nd KharkovBlueStalingradVelikiye Luki2nd Rzhev–SychevkaKursk2nd SmolenskDnieper2nd KievDniepr-CarpathianNarvaHube's PocketVyborg–PetrozavodskBagrationLvov–SandomierzLublin–BrestRomania (Iassy–Kishinev)BalticBudapestVistula–OderEast PrussiaEast PomeraniaSilesiaViennaBerlinPragueGerman capitulationManchuria
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Leningrad and the Baltics 1941–1944
June in LithuaniaSummer in EstoniaEvacuation of TallinnNazi occupationToropets-KholmDemyanskIskraPolyarnaya ZvezdaKrasny BorLeninoLeningrad western approachesFormation of Narva bridgeheadsNarva (15–28 February 1944)Narva (1–4 March 1944)Narva (March–June 1944)VilniusNarva (July 1944)KaunasSinim?edSouth EstoniaRigaNorth EstoniaAttempt to restore independence of EstoniaMoonsundRe-occupation of EstoniaCourlandRe-occupation of Latvia
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Operation Barbarossa
BrestBialystok-MinskRaseiniaiBrodySmolenskUman1st KievYelnyaOdessaLeningrad1st Kharkov1st Crimea1st RostovMoscow
The Siege of Leningrad, also known as The Leningrad Blockade (Russian: блокада Ленинграда, transliteration: blokada Leningrada) was an unsuccessful military operation by the Axis powers to capture Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) during World War II. The siege started on 8 September 1941, when the last land connection to the city was severed. Although the Soviets managed to open a narrow land corridor to the city on 18 January 1943, the total lifting of the siege took place on 27 January 1944, 872 days after it began. The Siege of Leningrad was one of the longest and most destructive sieges of a major city in modern history and it was the third most costly in terms of casualties.[9]
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:21 PM

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I see no problem with swastika itself, it is the ideology behind it that bothers people. So far as I am concerned, every ideology has positives and negatives.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:23 PM

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The diary of Tanya Savicheva, a girl of 11, her notes about starvation and deaths of her grandmother, then uncle, then mother, then brother, the last record saying "Only Tanya is left." She died of progressive dystrophy shortly after the siege. Her diary was shown at the Nuremberg trials.

Siege of Leningrad

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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Siege of LeningradPart of the Eastern Front of World War IIPosted Image
Diorama of the Siege of Leningrad, in the Museum of the Great Patriotic War, in MoscowDateSeptember 8, 1941 - January 27, 1944LocationLeningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet UnionResultSoviet victoryBelligerentsPosted Image Germany
Posted Image Finland[1][2][3]
Posted Image Italy[4]Posted Image Soviet UnionCommandersPosted Image Wilhelm von Leeb
Posted Image Georg von K?chler
Posted Image Ernst Busch
Posted Image C.G.E. Mannerheim[5][6]Posted Image Kliment Voroshilov
Posted Image Georgy Zhukov
Posted Image Leonid GovorovStrength725,000[citation needed]930,000[citation needed]Casualties and lossesAxis troops unknown
Red Army:[7]
1,017,881 killed, captured or missing
2,418,185 wounded and sick Civilians:[8]
642,000 during the siege, 400,000 at evacuations
[show]

v d e

Eastern Front
BarbarossaBaltic SeaBlack SeaFinlandLeningrad and BalticsCrimea and CaucasusMoscow1st Rzhev–Vyazma2nd KharkovBlueStalingradVelikiye Luki2nd Rzhev–SychevkaKursk2nd SmolenskDnieper2nd KievDniepr-CarpathianNarvaHube's PocketVyborg–PetrozavodskBagrationLvov–SandomierzLublin–BrestRomania (Iassy–Kishinev)BalticBudapestVistula–OderEast PrussiaEast PomeraniaSilesiaViennaBerlinPragueGerman capitulationManchuria
[show]

v d e

Leningrad and the Baltics 1941–1944
June in LithuaniaSummer in EstoniaEvacuation of TallinnNazi occupationToropets-KholmDemyanskIskraPolyarnaya ZvezdaKrasny BorLeninoLeningrad western approachesFormation of Narva bridgeheadsNarva (15–28 February 1944)Narva (1–4 March 1944)Narva (March–June 1944)VilniusNarva (July 1944)KaunasSinim?edSouth EstoniaRigaNorth EstoniaAttempt to restore independence of EstoniaMoonsundRe-occupation of EstoniaCourlandRe-occupation of Latvia
[show]

v d e

Operation Barbarossa
BrestBialystok-MinskRaseiniaiBrodySmolenskUman1st KievYelnyaOdessaLeningrad1st Kharkov1st Crimea1st RostovMoscow
The Siege of Leningrad, also known as The Leningrad Blockade (Russian: блокада Ленинграда, transliteration: blokada Leningrada) was an unsuccessful military operation by the Axis powers to capture Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) during World War II. The siege started on 8 September 1941, when the last land connection to the city was severed. Although the Soviets managed to open a narrow land corridor to the city on 18 January 1943, the total lifting of the siege took place on 27 January 1944, 872 days after it began. The Siege of Leningrad was one of the longest and most destructive sieges of a major city in modern history and it was the third most costly in terms of casualties.[9]

In my book the people of Leningrad and Stalingrad deserve much more respect than they are getting
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:24 PM

I see no problem with swastika itself, it is the ideology behind it that bothers people. So far as I am concerned, every ideology has positives and negatives.

As muslim i'm sure you have no problem with German nazi ideology my question is to nonmuslims Europeans.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:28 PM

As muslim i'm sure you have no problem with German nazi ideology my question is to nonmuslims Europeans.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:28 PM

In my book the people of Leningrad and Stalingrad deserve much more respect than they are getting

And how do we show them respect?.... by celebrating nazi simbols on Russian forum?
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:35 PM

Swastika it is an ancient symbol as is the cross and has not the meaning people are giving it, just because Hitler chose it as one of is emblems. So I personally think is appropriate any where not only here, if is used for is meaning, and not to glorify the 40s era.

But if we are to think base on this logic your question present us with cousin, then the same question applies to all symbols all dictator ships are using as the EAGLE for example and all the rest why just stay on the swastika only?

On the other hand do you know what the symbol for peace the mass media and Hollywood established in the 60s what represent? In another post I seen posters post photos of world alleged leaders salute with the sign of Satan, and in those photos who they posted it was also some people saluting with the Hawaiian hand signal all is well generally means and instead of two fingers are up, also the thumb is extended.

What i mean to say here symbols meaning nothing is the people who use them that matter why they do so and what their aim is so yes to me is ok to use any symbol for is true meaning even if an idiotic tool of the globalist as Hitler was used it and given it a bad name.

Other wise may be we should also go into the mentality not to drive german cars or use anything German as much of it been invented and manufactured during Hitlers era? And his bosses who was none others than the financers who make him who he was, Rothschild and Rockefeller?


I think we should all now began to boycott STANDARD OIL as they was the main financers of Hitler with Wall Street what you think?

I do hope you get my drift and don’t miss understand my spirit. As a friend I am just pointing out the error in this, but hey is just my humble opinion.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:35 PM

NO we do not want that here. Lose it NOW.

Promoting national socialism is not welcome here.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:36 PM

Swastika is insult to owner of this forum.

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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:38 PM

Swastika it is an ancient symbol as is the cross and has not the meaning people are giving it, just because Hitler chose it as one of is emblems. So I personally think is appropriate any where not only here, if is used for is meaning, and not to glorify the 40s era.

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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:38 PM

Death to fascists!
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:39 PM

[quote name='Mark Bolan']Swastika it is an ancient symbol as is the cross and has not the meaning people are giving it, just because Hitler chose it as one of is emblems. So I personally think is appropriate any where not only here, if is used for is meaning, and not to glorify the 40s era.

But if we are to think base on this logic your question present us with cousin, then the same question applies to all symbols all dictator ships are using as the EAGLE for example and all the rest why just stay on the swastika only?

On the other hand do you know what the symbol for peace the mass media and Hollywood established in the 60s what represent? In another post I seen posters post photos of world alleged leaders salute with the sign of Satan, and in those photos who they posted it was also some people saluting with the Hawaiian hand signal all is well generally means and instead of two fingers are up, also the thumb is extended.

What i mean to say here symbols meaning nothing is the people who use them that matter why they do so and what their aim is so yes to me is ok to use any symbol for is true meaning even if an idiotic tool of the globalist as Hitler was used it and given it a bad name.

Other wise may be we should also go into the mentality not to drive german cars or use anything German as much of it been invented and manufactured during Hitlers era? And his bosses who was none others than the financers who make him who he was, Rothschild and Rockefeller?


I think we should all now began to boycott STANDARD OIL as they was the main financers of Hitler with Wall Street what you think?

[B]I do hope you get my drift and don
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:41 PM

Swastika is insult to owner of this forum.

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I wonder why Stalin did not evacuate Leningrad when Operation Barbarossa started on June 1941?

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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:42 PM

Mark you are bit of malakas if i may say so.You know very well what Swastika present in political forum........stop siting on fence and take side.With Hitler youth like anation or with us.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:45 PM

Death to fascists!

FVCK YOU JEW DIRT BAG...:upchuk:
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:49 PM

NO we do not want that here. Lose it NOW.

Promoting national socialism is not welcome here.


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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:51 PM

FVCK YOU JEW DIRT BAG...:upchuk:


Nice to see chage in your avatar........i presume atitude and idiotism do not change in same speed................moderators can't do much about that.:viva:Death to nazis i second xoa.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:52 PM

And how do we show them respect?.... by celebrating nazi simbols on Russian forum?


No numbers we show them respect by spending our time here and else where trying to expose the ones responsible for killing not only them but keep on killing millions, and I am talking of the master minds behind the tools not the tools.

All the posters here with minor exceptions seem to be blind always to one half of the picture and always see the class full empty rather than half full. Is easy to accuse the front man or group they put to commit their atrocities and none ever go for the head of the problem WHY?

If we keep overlooking the facts because of likes and dislikes then also we nothing but a tool of the ones who screaming they are globalizing the world and turning all under their control into zombie slaves of 9-5 so they keep the machine oiled and running but only for them so a wake up call is in order.

YOU want to honor the dead then go after the master minds that killed them financed the killers and manipulated everything to happen, not the paid assassins, as the alleged head of states they put there. Other wise as long all we do is accuse the tools and think actually that employees of this banking cartel is running the show and they not just the figure heads nothing will ever change they will always have their way and the rest will only allowed to live to serve them period.

It is the only way to honor the dead as the ones who killed them, are long dead also and the only way to honor them is get to the master minds who since they took control of Europe and the colonies are responsible for 100s of millions of deaths so as I said wake up call is in order.

And Numbers I truly think of you as next of kin but bias and one track minds and TRUTH do not walk hand in hand.
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Posted 14 November 2009 - 10:52 PM

FVCK YOU JEW DIRT BAG...:upchuk:


Now now. There were some jewish fascist. For example Erhard Milch so it is not nice to talk bad about the jews who were on the Axis side.
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