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One step from the Third World. As allies of the anti-Hitler coalition were going to attack us

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One step from the Third World. As allies of the anti-Hitler coalition were going to attack us1 July 1945 was to begin the Third World War: the United States and Britain developed a plan of attack on the USSR, which was not without cynicism called Operation Unthinkable.


Indeed, who would have thought that the partners of the USSR in the war against Hitler actually, even before the end of hostilities against fascist Germany, had already drawn up a plan of sudden aggression against our country? And they were going to attack us in those years more than once.

The Soviet government announced the demobilization of its 23 army on June 1945. Germany was defeated, why was it necessary to keep millions of soldiers under arms? It was necessary to urgently restore the destroyed cities and the national economy, the country needed working hands. However, 1 July 47 British and American divisions without any declaration of war should have delivered a crushing blow to our troops in Europe. At the same time, the four air armies of the heavy bombers — the huge “flying fortresses” —were preparing to bring down their deadly cargo and turn the largest cities of the USSR into dust, as they did with Dresden. The blow of the Anglo-Americans were to support the 10-12 of the German divisions, which the "allies" kept unstructured in Schleswig-Holstein and in Southern Denmark, where British instructors were preparing for the war against the USSR.

The plans, as historians have already established, were as follows: to occupy those areas of internal Russia, having lost which country will lose the material possibilities of waging war and further resistance.
And also "to inflict such a decisive defeat on the Russian armed forces, which would make it impossible for the USSR to continue the war."

Operation Unthinkable - two plans at once, offensive and defensive in the event of a military conflict - was developed on the instructions of Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Work began when Nazi Germany was not yet defeated, and was carried out by the Joint Planning Headquarters of the British military office in the deepest secret. The ultimate goal was the complete defeat and surrender of the USSR. It was supposed to end the war in the same place where Hitler planned to end it according to the Barbarossa plan: at the turn of Arkhangelsk-Stalingrad. Documents relating to these plans are stored in the National Archives of the United Kingdom and are not subject to full declassification.

Churchill has already ordered to store trophy German weapon with an eye on its possible use against the USSR, placing, as already mentioned, surrendered Wehrmacht soldiers and officers in Schleswig-Holstein and in southern Denmark.

A massive propaganda support of aggression was being prepared under the beautiful humanitarian slogans of the struggle against the "totalitarian regime" and "the liberation of the peoples of the USSR from the yoke of dictatorship." That is, almost the same thing that the “democracies” did many years later when Belgrade was bombed, smashed Iraq, invaded Libya and fought in Afghanistan, and today they are preparing for operations against Syria and Iran.

However, the day before the planned start of the war, parts of the Soviet army suddenly changed their deployment. It was a weightlifting weight. stories: the invasion order was not given.

In addition, as noted by historians, the successful assault of Berlin by Soviet troops played a decisive role in changing the plans of the “allies” about the treacherous attack. And Western military experts convinced politicians that war with such an adversary would be very difficult.
This, by the way, deals a crushing blow to the fabrications of liberal "experts" who claim that the assault was "not needed", surrounded from all sides Berlin "would have capitulated itself."

And the threat of a surprise attack was quite real. The naval forces of Great Britain and the USA, for example, then had absolute superiority over the Soviet Navy: in destroyers by 19 times, by battleships and large cruisers - by 9 times, by submarines - by 2 times. They had over a hundred aircraft carriers of various classes, while our country had no aircraft carriers. The Soviet ground forces were tormented by the war, the equipment was worn out, and the Americans were already prepared for the atomic bomb, which they soon dropped on Japanese cities. There was another important reason why the treacherous blow to the USSR was postponed. The USA needed the USSR to crush the Kwantung Army in the Far East, it was impossible for them to defeat the Japanese themselves.

From 1945 to the beginning of 1960, the United States developed a total of about 10 plans for attacking the USSR.
So, for example, according to the Doublestar plan, it was planned to drop atomic 120 bombs on the USSR cities, after which, as the aggressor expected, the USSR would surrender, and the occupying forces would have to install new power during 5-8 years. According to the Dropshot plan, it was planned to drop 300 atomic bombs on the 200 cities of the USSR within a month. And if the USSR does not surrender, drop 250 thousand tons of conventional bombs, which should have led to the destruction of 85 percent of Soviet industry. Simultaneously with the bombing, the ground forces in the number of NATO 164 divisions, of which the 69 divisions were American, were supposed to take the starting position.

After the occupation, the territory of our country was planned to be divided first into occupation zones, and then split up into more than 20 states, including “Northern Russia”, the Volga Tatar-Finno-Ugric formation “Idel-Ural”, the Republic “Cossacks” and so on . The Far East was supposed to fall under the protectorate of the United States. Much has been written about the Dropshot plan, but much of the history has already become forgotten ...

Mikhail Vasilyevich Berezkin told me recently in St. Petersburg about another attempt to attack the USSR and the real plan of Americans on this subject — which is not so often remembered today. A veteran of World War II, he was more known under the name of the cover - Major General Bystrov. For many years he had been preparing foreign agents, fought, worked as an illegal scout. Berezkin believes that in 1956, it was he who prevented the Third World War.


Mikhail Vasilyevich - he is already 90 years old - is sometimes dressed in a ceremonial general's tunic with a full set of orders. Among them - four orders of the Red Star. But the general doesn’t like to talk about his exploits - the deep-rooted habit of intelligence for secrecy and its natural modesty have an effect.
And there is something to tell him. He was taken to intelligence immediately after the end of the artillery school, he went through the whole war, personally communicated with Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky, and then fought on the “invisible front” for many more years. But the main thing in his biography of intelligence officer Berezkin considers two operations of the “political level”, which he told me about during our meeting.

When the insurgency began in Hungary in 1956, Berezkin served in Germany as Assistant Commandant of Leipzig under the name of Bystrov. But it was a cover, in fact, he headed the reconnaissance post No. XXUMX of the Main Intelligence Directorate and conducted intelligence in relation to the American troops in the western zone of Germany, and the commandant of Leipzig was under his command.

“We knew then,” Berezkin recalls, “that the Americans are going to intervene in the Hungarian events and are preparing a strike against our troops.” This was to be done by the seventh US field army, stationed in Germany, consisting of 5 and 7 corps, armored forces and aviation. In total - about 100 thousand soldiers and officers. But where do they hit? From the Eisenach region in the north, or from the south - from the Hof direction?

Here, the commander-in-chief of the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany, Andrei Grechko, calls me and says:

“The Americans are preparing a strike, and if you figure out where they are going to inflict it, you will do a great job.” And if you don't, you will become a lieutenant colonel! I give you a few days ...

And I was recently assigned a colonel. But I was not worried about the title, I understood the main thing: if the Americans strike, a big war will begin. And so the hot days began for me. There was little hope for our illegal immigrants in the American zone. They didn’t have any transmitters (it’s only in the movies that we have radio operators everywhere), the resident in Munich sat while he informed me that it would be too late! Therefore, the main hope was assigned to agents, “minibuses”. So we called those who were sent on a mission to the rear of the enemy for a short time. Completed and - back! Then I sent a man of 25. Worked day and night. And they found that the Americans are preparing a strike from the Eisenach region. I personally reported Grechko about this on the HF. Then Ivan Yakubovsky, the commander of our tank army, and asks:

- Where to go? Where do the Americans strike?

I answer: "From Eisenach!"

And Yakubovsky was a hot, resolute commander. If the Americans moved their troops, he would have punched them! And that's for sure - a big war! The tension was terrible ...

But soon our Foreign Ministry made a statement, exposed the plans of the Americans, and they refused to strike, they realized that we would meet them with dignity.
I think that then my actions prevented a possible conflict, and, probably, the Third World War.

Then Yakubovsky calls me. Says: “I want to see what kind of person you are! After all, such a big deal did! ”And when he saw me, he was very disappointed:“ So you are a very simple guy! ”. And I really was young then, and I didn’t come out as tall. And Yakubovsky was huge, under two meters tall!

Then Grechko personally congratulated me. “Comrade Berezkin,” he said, “you did a great job and deserve a high reward!” And ... gave me a Sauer hunting rifle.

Many then we had different cases, continues to recall Mikhail Vasilyevich. They stole from Americans the newest automatic, gas mask of the latest model. But all this is - intelligence trivia. But once A. Grechko gathered a meeting of intelligence officers and said:

- Well, how do you work? You must get the documents! Get me documents about US troops!

Began to think how to do it. In the Stuttgart area in the town of Weichingen the headquarters of the US 7-th Field Army was quartered. Began to look for an approach to it. And found! Through our agent, a German by the name of Clem. He said that the Americans periodically send large batches of documents for destruction. We decided to replace them. On the way, when the documents were taken for destruction, they were replaced with waste paper. This waste paper and then carried to burn, and these documents were sent to our headquarters.

So we have tons of valuable American documents stolen. Tons! There were not only data on the troops, but also drawings of the new secret weapon and a lot more then ...
It took a lot of money for the operation - to bribe anyone, buy a car, and for other purposes, but they gave it to me. Grechko personally gave. I think that this was the largest operation to steal secret documents in intelligence history. In order not to fail, we overloaded the bags with documents ourselves, then I had to work as a loader ...

- So, Mikhail Vasilyevich, the most important thing in life? And what is most important in intelligence?

- Patriotism! - without a moment's thought replied the scout. “My parents brought me up like this.” When I was handed one of the orders in the Kremlin, I said so there: “We are the patriots of our country!”. I spent all my life in intelligence - 70 years! I had nothing else. Patriotism and intelligence is what matters for me ...
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  1. igor_ua
    igor_ua 5 July 2013 08: 48 New
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    Well, they may have had more iron, but fighting spirit and willpower are incomparably less !!
    You can recall, for example, how they got a head off from the Germans in the Ardennes ..
    I’m not exactly quoting it already, but according to the Germans, they were expecting to see someone like the Russians, but they met some timid gazelles ..
    1. aviator46
      aviator46 5 July 2013 13: 39 New
      -31
      And not tired of this nonsense to procrastinate !! ((

      "Churchill was afraid that after the day of victory in Europe on May 8, Soviet troops MAY continue to move to the West and threaten England.
      Churchill believed that an offensive against the Soviet Union would then be the only possible solution, and it would have to be undertaken before the Americans transferred their forces to the Pacific Theater.
      And he ordered his headquarters to "think of the unthinkable" and develop a draft plan. "
      Fears were not groundless, in the future, the USSR, in violation of the agreements, "provoked" the allies, namely:
      -did not withdraw its troops from the territory of another state and did not clearly explain why and when, in general, this will happen.
      Or will it never happen?
      -increased power on the borders with Iran, hanging over it from the north.
      -At a certain moment, Soviet troops in Iran not only began to stand still, but Soviet tank columns began to move to the borders with Turkey and Iraq, as well as to Tehran ... etc.

      "... From 1945 to the early 1960s, the United States developed a total of about 10 plans for an attack on the USSR ...."
      And how much did the General Staff of the USSR Ministry of Defense develop ??? I think no less - this is their job ..
      1. neri73-r
        neri73-r 5 July 2013 16: 09 New
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        And you find out and tell us !!!! And how much our prepared ........... Not a single word is known, but considering how our archives were covered by yankers and our corrupt dogs, in the sense of jackals, if only there would be something for the whole world shouted ---- Russian treacherous totalitarian invaders, but no, do not yell! hi
        1. Pamir210
          Pamir210 6 July 2013 12: 23 New
          -1
          that is, in your opinion, our general staff did not plan anything?
          so you have such a bad opinion about him
    2. EtickayaSila
      EtickayaSila 9 September 2013 14: 51 New
      0
      Well, yes ... and the "timid gazelles" having the same "amount of iron" gave the Germans the first number ... Enough to carry nonsense about how we will crush everyone with our spirit and "willpower". All this, only in propaganda articles, fights well.
  2. igor36
    igor36 5 July 2013 09: 10 New
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    Anglo-Saxons and their heirs are always ready to stab in the back.
    1. Edas
      Edas 5 July 2013 21: 01 New
      +5
      Sorry for the amendment, but it is necessary to write NAGLOSaksa wink
  3. rexby63
    rexby63 5 July 2013 09: 12 New
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    Recently began to read Churchill's memoirs. What can I say? It seems that everything is according to the documents, “everything for the front, everything for victory”, but the darling is from these memoirs, like from a pack of dead jackals. Personally, I, having read the article, was not particularly surprised. England and the USA are ENEMIES, not Germans pedants, not rotten paddles, namely they, ENEMIES with a capital letter
    1. Scoun
      Scoun 5 July 2013 11: 05 New
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      Quote: rexby63
      Recently began to read Churchill's memoirs. What can I say?

      I have long read ... I agree, still that darling ((((
      And I read for a long time that Stalin was a general war in Korea. Stalin's maneuver to escape World War 3 with the use of nuclear weapons, and this is one of the reasons why our pilots flew in Korea without documents and other things, and the fact that the USSR in the 49th created a nuclear bomb became a small restraining stone ... in general, something like that.
      In fact, by 1950, the Soviet Union had not yet recovered from the consequences of World War II and had neither the intention nor the ability to start the Third World War. When the American commander signed a ceasefire agreement in the summer of 1953, he bluntly declared that it was the blackest, shameful day in his life. Here is the answer to the question of who actually won in Korea.

      And most importantly, I'm sure that at the cost of the Korean War the Third World War was averted. After the defeat in the sky of Korea of ​​American bomber aircraft, the Pentagon realized that it did not have reliable means of delivery of atomic weapons.

      Source: Vek, April 13, 2001
  4. rennim
    rennim 5 July 2013 09: 32 New
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    That's what they are ... "peace-loving" and "democratic" Western nations. Do not lie, then in Soviet times.
    1. stroporez
      stroporez 5 July 2013 10: 19 New
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      Quote: rennim
      Do not lie, then in Soviet times.
      the longer I live, the more I’m convinced that in the “Soviet era”, in general, there’s been hundreds of times less than now ..........
      1. Scoun
        Scoun 5 July 2013 11: 18 New
        +5
        Can you imagine ... if you still have about 30 years, someone 40 or more to live .... what materials can / can we read about our time? and about the towers of the shopping center and about Yugoslavia and about Iraq, Syria, Libya and Russia .....
        How many things will “pop up” from the secret archives, I think that the day is near when we will find out about the US lunar program, otherwise all the archives will be burned, you see ... it will be necessary to fly and see for yourself))))
        1. Rider
          Rider 5 July 2013 14: 13 New
          +6
          Quote: Scoun
          I think that the day is near when we find out about the lunar program of the USA, otherwise all the archives of them were burned, you see ...


          and by the way about the painful.

          This week, NASA issued a request for the production of lunar lunar modules.

          Private companies are offered NASA experience and test equipment, and in exchange, the state space agency wants to get a lunar module ready for industrial production.

          taken:http://oko-planet.su/science/sciencecosmos/197959-nasa-trebuyutsya-lunnye-posado
          chnye-moduli.html


          I understand that the drawings of the "original" lunar modules, AGAIN, were lost.


          laughing
    2. Denis_SF
      Denis_SF 5 July 2013 11: 41 New
      +7
      Quote: rennim
      That's what they are ... "peace-loving" and "democratic" Western nations. Do not lie, then in Soviet times.
  5. Karlsonn
    Karlsonn 5 July 2013 09: 41 New
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    All these considerations, such as: humanism, human rights, tolerance, universal values, and so on, all this muddy!
    It always came down to the right of the fittest!
    Neighbors began to reckon with the state only when it could destroy them, or at least weaken them extremely.
    Everything else is the lot of muslin young ladies.
    If the USSR were a little weaker in the 1945 year, we would not be there.

    ... Operation "The Unthinkable" - two plans at once, offensive and defensive in the event of a military conflict - was developed on the instructions of Prime Minister Winston Churchill ....

    Churchill is purely cannibalistic, but they will certainly yell at all angles about Stalin.
    Although if dad is crazy, what should I expect from my son? request It is a pity that the Boers did not crush him in captivity. no
    1. Rider
      Rider 5 July 2013 14: 18 New
      +9
      Quote: Karlsonn
      Churchill is a pure cannibal ...


      Well, actually it is.

      According to the testimony of the English military historian M. Kroll in England, the main mine danger in the postwar years was represented by minefields established by the British themselves on the south coast in the period 1940-43. There were about 2 thousand of them and in total there were about 350 thousand mines. Due to the fact that in the panic of 40-41, mines were installed haphazardly, often illiterate, and there was no documentation on them, as well as due to the mobility of sand, it was not possible to establish the exact boundaries of the fields and the number of mines in each of them.

      In view of the significant danger of these works, they were mainly attracted to the participants of the anti-Bolshevik struggle who fled from the Red Army, with the promise of non-surrender to the Soviet Union, as well as captured Germans. And yet, during the years 1945-49, about 155 died and about 55 English deminers were wounded. The number of Germans and Ukrainians prisoners of war killed during these works has not yet been published.

      The numerous requirements of the International Red Cross and UN resolutions on the inadmissibility of using prisoners of war for mine clearance in accordance with the 1929 Geneva Convention were rejected by the British side on the grounds that the Convention does not explicitly prohibit the use of prisoners of war in mine clearance, but only prohibits the use of prisoners of war in hazardous work, to which Britain does not include mine clearance.


      taken:http://bohn.ru/news/prestuplenija_krovavogo_cherchilja/2012-05-13-3368

      wink
  6. Straus_zloy
    Straus_zloy 5 July 2013 09: 44 New
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    1 July 47 English and American divisions without any declaration of war were to inflict a crushing blow on our troops in Europe

    From 1945 to the beginning of 1960, the United States developed a total of about 10 plans for attacking the USSR.


    This is enough for me to realize the need for the complete destruction of the Anglo-Saxon civilization and the castration of prisoners, so that more creatures do not breed am
    1. OTTO Boond
      OTTO Boond 5 July 2013 10: 18 New
      +6
      read N. Starikov's "Devoted Russia", this will strengthen your opinion about the Naguls
    2. aviator46
      aviator46 5 July 2013 13: 49 New
      -28
      "Ostrich" pull a head out of the sand and collect the brains in a pile ...
      How many similar plans were developed by the General Staff of the USSR Ministry of Defense ???
      You do not know ... so compare horseradish.
      You might think that the USSR was "white and fluffy"))
      He climbed into conflicts around the World, supplied weapons to billions of "underdeveloped" Countries / we still forgive debts / ..

      The occupation of Iran (1941-46)
      Participation in the uprising in Iranian Azerbaijan (1946)
      Civil War in China (1946-50)
      War in Korea (1950-1953)
      The Hungarian Crisis (1956)
      The war in Vietnam (1965-74
      Local wars and military conflicts in Africa and America
      (Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Algeria ...)
      The Caribbean Crisis (1962-64)
      The war in Algeria (1962-64)
      Arab-Israeli War (1967-74)
      Somali Ethiopian War (1977-79)
      Czechoslovak crisis (1968)
      Border military conflicts in the Far East and Kazakhstan (1969)
      War in Afghanistan (1979 - 89 g)
      Armenian-Azerbaijani (Karabakh) armed conflict (1988-94)
      Georgian-Ossetian (South Ossetian) conflict (1991-92)

      Well, of course, in our country these are “just wars”, and in the “West” there is aggression and heinous crimes.
      We have scouts they have spies
      All are good, both these and these.
      1. Rider
        Rider 5 July 2013 14: 22 New
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        Quote: aviator46
        All are good, both these and these.


        but you “convict” only THESE.

        and by the way HALF of the examples you cited, purely defensive actions.
        and at least TWO parties participated in them.

        but you shouldn’t blame them ONLY for THIS country.

        the level of objectivity is off scale.
        1. T80UM1
          T80UM1 5 July 2013 14: 30 New
          +9
          I think that such woodpeckers should be banned indefinitely ...
          1. Mikhail3
            Mikhail3 5 July 2013 21: 14 New
            +1
            In no case! We must not forget that they are. And you must always be ready, always be able to clearly show their stupidity and venality. So let it pour its "good." Nice to see ...
            There was such a Soviet poem about how Michael the archangel reported to God about a certain Atheist, they say it is malicious, is it possible to punish? “Divinely, so to speak lightly ...” God hid the halo and entered an atheistic lecture ... Having rustled a lot, categorically forbade touching the Atheist. "This Atheist is useful - stupid is godless!"
      2. T80UM1
        T80UM1 5 July 2013 14: 25 New
        +5
        I see you are a fan of the West, now for example we’re not going anywhere and what have received 20 occupations and new wars every 4 years from the West over the past 4 years ...
      3. rexby63
        rexby63 5 July 2013 15: 09 New
        +2
        All good and those and these


        What’s the main thing here? Decide, but the affectionate calf’s story doesn’t go away, don’t pull the udder
      4. Straus_zloy
        Straus_zloy 5 July 2013 15: 16 New
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        I am lazy to list those 200 wars in which the “empire of good” participated in its 200-year history. But I found the USSR well. And I remember how, from a school bench, it was crushed that we suffered the most serious losses in the past war and the country does not need a new war. Even the Warsaw Pact was created as a response to the creation of the NATO bloc. And even more so, neither the General Staff nor the Ministry of Defense have ever thought of using unfinished fascists against their "allies." You have mixed causes and effects, and I would like to believe that this is just a whim, and not American grants.
      5. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 31 New
        +6
        Quote: aviator46
        "Ostrich" pull a head out of the sand and collect the brains in a pile ...


        Rude here is not necessary.

        US wars:
        I take from the time of the creation of the USSR

        1918 - 1922 - intervention in Russia.

        1922 - intervention in Turkey.

        1922 - 1927 - American troops in China during the popular uprising.

        1924 - 1925 - Honduras. Troops invade the country during the election.

        1925 - Panama. US troops disperse the general strike.

        1926 - Nicaragua. Invasion.

        1927 - 1934 - American troops stationed throughout China.

        1932 - invasion of Salvador from the sea. There was a rebellion there at that time.

        1936 - Spain. The introduction of troops during the civil war.

        1937 - a single military clash with Japan.

        1937 - Nicaragua. With the help of American troops, Somosa comes to power, having displaced the legitimate government of H. Sakas. Somosa became a dictator, his family ruled the country for the next 40 years.

        1939 - the introduction of troops in China.

        1941 - Yugoslavia. The coup d'état on the night of March 26-27, 1941, organized by the Anglo-American special services, as a result of which the Cvetkovich-Machek government was overthrown by the putschists.
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 35 New
          +3
          1941-1945 World War II.

          1945 two bombs.

          1945-1991 Cold War.

          1946 - Yugoslavia. American troops take revenge for the downed plane.

          1946 - 1949 - The United States bombed China and offered all kinds of opposition to the Communists.

          1947 - Italy. Pro-American Funded to Fight Communism
          forces in the elections, the CIA massively kills Communists, conducts anti-Soviet campaigns in the media. In the end, the election results were faked with American money and, of course, the Communists lost.

          1947 - 1948 - France. In order to fight communism and recolonize Vietnam, pro-American forces are financed in the elections, military support is provided. The death of thousands of civilians.

          1947 - 1949 - Greece. American troops are participating in the civil war, supporting the Nazis. Under the pretext of "defending democracy", the United States intervenes in the first general parliamentary elections in Italy, introduces warships of the 6th operational fleet to Italian ports in order to prevent the Communist Party from coming to power peacefully.
          1. Karlsonn
            Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 37 New
            +4
            1948 - 1953 - military operations in the Philippines.

            1948 - Peru. America’s military coup. Manuel Audria came to power. The undemocratic government was further armed and supported by America, the next election took place only in 1980.

            1948 - Nicaragua: military support is provided to establish control over the government. About the dictator Anastasio Somoza, American President Roosevelt said this: "Maybe he is a son of a bitch, but this is our son of a bitch." The dictator was killed in 1956, but his dynasty remained in power.

            1948 - Costa Rica. America supports a military coup led by José Figueres Ferrer.

            1949 - 1953 - Albania. The United States and Great Britain made several unsuccessful attempts to overthrow the "communist regime" and replace it with a pro-Western government of monarchists and fascist collaborators.

            1950 - The uprising in Puerto Rico is crushed by American troops. At that time, there was a struggle for independence.

            1950 - 1953 - armed intervention in Korea by about a million American soldiers. The death of hundreds of thousands of Koreans. Only in 2000, it became known about the massacres of tens of thousands of political prisoners by the army and police of the Seoul regime committed during the Korean War. This was done on the orders of America, which feared that the DPRK people's army would release prisoners of conscience arrested for their political beliefs. Americans are actively using chemical and biological weapons produced for them by Nazi criminals and tested on our prisoners.

            1950 - the beginning of American military assistance to France in Vietnam. Arms supply, military consultations, payment of half of France’s military expenses.

            1951 - US military assistance to Chinese rebels.

            1953 - 1964 - British Guyana. Over the course of 11 years, the United States and Great Britain tried three times to prevent the democratically elected leader Jegen from coming to power, pursuing a neutral and independent policy that, according to the United States, could lead to the construction of an alternative society to capitalism. Using a wide range of means, from strikes to terrorism, the United States secured its withdrawal from the political arena in 1964. As a result, Guyana, one of the most prosperous countries in the region, by the early 1980s. became one of the poorest.
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 41 New
              +4
              1953 - - Iran.

              1953 - forced deportation of the Inuit (Greenland), resulting in the degradation of this people.

              1954 - Guatemala.

              1956 is the beginning of US military assistance to Tibetan rebels in the fight against China. The militants were trained at foreign CIA bases, equipped with weapons and equipment.

              1957 - 1958 - Indonesia.

              1958 - Lebanon. The occupation of the country, the fight against rebels.

              1958 - confrontation with Panama.

              1958 - US military assistance to the rebels on Quemoy Island in the fight against China.

              1958 - An uprising begins in Indonesia, prepared by the CIA since 1957. Americans assist anti-government rebels with bombing and military consultations. After the American plane was shot down, the CIA retreated, the uprising failed.

              1959 - America enters troops into Laos, the first clashes of US troops in Vietnam begin.

              1959 - Haiti. Suppression of popular uprising against pro-American
              Government.

              1960 - after Jose Maria Velasco was elected president of Ecuador and refused to comply with US demands to break off relations with Cuba, the Americans conducted several military operations.

              1960 - US troops enter Guatemala to prevent the removal of US puppets from power. The coup attempt fails.

              1960 - Support for a military coup in El Salvador.

              1960 - 1965 - Congo / Zaire.

              1961 - 1964 - Brazil.

              1961 - Americans kill the President of the Dominican Republic, Rafael Trujillo, whom they themselves brought to power in the 30's. The cruel dictator was killed not because he openly robbed the country (60% of all the country's income went directly to his pocket), but because his predatory policy caused too much damage to American companies.
              1. Karlsonn
                Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 44 New
                +6
                The list is still long --- http://www.usinfo.ru/intervencyiindex2.htm
                1. Rider
                  Rider 5 July 2013 18: 55 New
                  +4
                  Quote: Karlsonn
                  The list is still long


                  relax comrade. IT is no longer fluttering.

                  laughing
                  1. Karlsonn
                    Karlsonn 5 July 2013 20: 01 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Rider
                    relax comrade. IT is no longer fluttering.


                    throws a budenovka on the floor

                    Yes, I was thrown into sweat. recourse
      6. aleshka
        aleshka 5 July 2013 21: 12 New
        0
        too one-sided aviator! troll made in usa
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 6 July 2013 01: 34 New
          +1
          Quote: Alesha
          too one-sided aviator! troll made in usa


          in real life they have to be beaten.
      7. kanevsvv
        kanevsvv 11 August 2013 13: 33 New
        0
        Konstantin Vasilyevich, with such statements it is necessary to change the flag
    3. albert
      albert 5 July 2013 21: 59 New
      +2
      Quote: Straus_zloy

      This is enough for me to realize the need for the complete destruction of the Anglo-Saxon civilization and the castration of prisoners, so that more creatures do not breed

      Deal with your enemy as he would do with you. It is with this principle that we should be guided in relation to the Naglosaks.
      1. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 6 July 2013 01: 35 New
        +1
        Quote: albert
        Deal with your enemy as he would do with you. It is with this principle that we should be guided in relation to the Naglosaks.


        The only feeling for Britons is death.
        They were not wiped off the face of the earth during and such a disaster ....
  7. jjj
    jjj 5 July 2013 10: 12 New
    +1
    And the town of Plen for several days from the time of Hitler's death to the act of surrender became the capital of Germany.
  8. mogus
    mogus 5 July 2013 10: 50 New
    +3
    http://greatoperation.narod.ru/5/gladio.htm

    "GLADIO" - A CHILD OF THE COLD WAR

    Victory of the Red Army (in
    1946 they began to call her
    Soviet army) in the Great
    World War II created
    her glory powerful and
    invincible. The stay of Soviet troops in the very
    the heart of Europe is in
    Germany, Austria, Hungary
    - to many in the West
    seemed scary
    a threat. It's hard to say who first planted the seeds of fear
    before possible
    Russian invasion: either
    Churchill's speech in
    Fultone in March 1946 then
    whether they sprouted even earlier during
    the final stage of the second
    world war when
    it seemed that
    all-devastating
    the advance of the Red Army is impossible to stop. One way or another, the Western intelligence agencies had a plan for Operation Gladio. Throughout Europe, Steah Behind intelligence networks are organized - Left Behind - initially mixed teams consisting of paratroopers - Americans and French, who participated in battles on the Resistance side in the summer of 1944. Moving from country to country, they are organized by a senior CIA official, Frank Wisner. British veterans support him
    intelligence services MI-6, MI-9 and the Office of Special Operations (USO). Initially, their task was to identify and neutralize
    surviving clandestine Nazi groups in Germany, Italy and Austria. But very soon their functions changed. They began to reorient the former members of the Resistance against their recent ally, the USSR. And in some countries, former Nazis and Nazi collaborators began to use these goals. The work of intelligence networks in Gladio was carried out in several directions: the creation of resistance groups to the "Soviet invasion", underground bases and arms depots for future partisan detachments; preparation for the evacuation of governments and bank capital; struggle against local communist parties and left organizations; the promotion of the right-wing forces to power; conducting intelligence against the USSR and its allies ...

    there is a continuation
  9. Evgan
    Evgan 5 July 2013 10: 50 New
    +3
    In order to judge the "Unthinkable" plan, you must still read it. And there everything is not so clear, as described in the article.
    Indeed, Churchill gave the order to develop this document, but in it ... Almost all British military officials say that this operation is not practical, because to achieve these goals is unrealistic, while they appeal, including to the German experience.
    On the other hand, we also had plans for "access to the English Channel" and for it (recall PT-76). Of course, this was all an answer to the Anglo-American plans, but it was a cold war (in a sense, just a war of military operations plans).
    In any case, it’s good that everyone was prudent.
  10. Dr.Serg
    Dr.Serg 5 July 2013 11: 02 New
    +2
    "... 9 times for battleships and large cruisers, 2 times for submarines ..." Somehow these tsifiri cause me big doubts ... There were no "big" cruisers in the USSR then, only battleships 3 of Sevastopol, it seems to me that in England and the USA there were much more battleships and battle cruisers than 27 ... and even on Sq. same doubt ...
  11. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 5 July 2013 11: 03 New
    +9
    Nothing good for the British, whose economies by the end of WWII had died for the Americans, all of these “Unthinkable” and “Dropshots” could not end, with what kind of forces were they going to expel the Red Army from Europe? And then cross the USSR border itself, and then what? The much more powerful and organized army of the Third Reich glued themselves flippers in these vast expanses, with an absolutely hostile population and already perfectly organized partisan detachments. It must be said that nothing was left of the Wehrmacht, the French army was demoralized and extremely small with a bunch of pro-communist cells, yes and it’s not going to fight for the interests of the British and Americans, Italy is in ruins, Belgium, the Netherlands is in ruins. I think that on the 5-6th day of the war the Anglo-Saxons were already draping across the canal to England, again throwing all their equipment. All of these armies of bombers are full shit that does not affect the course of hostilities in any way. And when a stream of coffins poured into England and the USA instead of victorious dispatches, they might be thoughtful. realities apparently found in the headquarters of the allies sane people who did not give the idiot hawks another war.
    1. anip
      anip 5 July 2013 11: 44 New
      +3
      This is yes, especially considering this:
      Quote: Standard Oil
      However, on July 1, 47 British and American divisions, without any declaration of war, were to inflict a crushing blow on our troops in Europe. At the same time, four air armies of heavy bombers - huge "flying fortresses" - were preparing to bring down their deadly cargo and dust the largest cities of the USSR, as they did with Dresden. The blow of the Anglo-Americans should have been supported by 10-12 German divisions, which the "allies" kept unformed in Schleswig-Holstein and in Southern Denmark ...

      They were going to start the war with only 59 divisions ... Obviously, the creators of the plan had an overestimated self-esteem, which looked generally strange if we recall the recent events in the Ardennes at that time.
      1. Evgan
        Evgan 5 July 2013 12: 07 New
        +1
        Perhaps that is why they refused :)
    2. 12061973
      12061973 5 July 2013 17: 25 New
      +2
      like * dropshort *. implied massive atomic bombing.
  12. Hort
    Hort 5 July 2013 12: 38 New
    +5
    even in theory, to imagine what an army would do with the “allied forces”, which fought for 4 years, and fought in difficult conditions and fierce battles, is quite easy.
    But in practice, this was demonstrated on the Kwantung Army, which was rolled out by tanks and air-artillery attacks on the steppe in record time
  13. ed65b
    ed65b 5 July 2013 12: 59 New
    +6
    The operation was therefore called unthinkable because it was the delirium of a madman. The best army in the world of the USSR at that time would simply crush the entire Western coalition. The war would not go on the sea but on the earth. And if America alone was not able to do with the Kwantung army then what the USSR did with it in 3 months what could be discussed at all. Article nonsense of a sick Churchill.
    1. aviator46
      aviator46 5 July 2013 14: 16 New
      -10
      "Churchill was afraid that after the day of victory in Europe on May 8, Soviet troops MAY continue to move to the West and threaten England.
      Churchill believed that an offensive against the Soviet Union would then be the only possible solution, and it would have to be undertaken before the Americans transferred their forces to the Pacific Theater.
      And he ordered his headquarters to "think of the unthinkable" and develop a draft plan. "
      This is the routine work of the Headquarters and NOT MORE - to foresee possible events.

      A "tale of" victory "over the Kwantung Army - tell someone who is not in the subject ..)))

      The Japanese command as follows evaluated the combat capability of their units deployed against the Trans-Baikal Front (in brackets - the date of formation):
      119 Infantry Division (October 1944) - 70%;
      80-I separate mixed brigade (January 1945) - 15%;
      107-I Infantry Division (May 1944) - 60%;
      108 Infantry Division (September 1944) - 65%;
      117 Infantry Division (July 1944) - 15%;
      63 Infantry Division (June 1943) - 15%;
      133-I separate mixed brigade (July 1945) - 15%;
      9-I tank brigade - no data;
      125 Infantry Division (January 1945) - 20%;
      138 Infantry Division (July 1945) - 15%;
      39 Infantry Division (June 1939) - 80%;
      1-I tank brigade - no data;
      130-I separate mixed brigade (July 1945) - 15%;
      136 Infantry Division (July 1945) - 15%;
      79-I separate mixed brigade (January 1945) - 15%.
      Plus 50 obsolete aircraft ..

      And while our troops launched an offensive, the Emperor signed the Act of Surrender ...
      1. Rider
        Rider 5 July 2013 14: 24 New
        +3
        and the source of your awareness do not agree to bring?
        1. rexby63
          rexby63 5 July 2013 15: 25 New
          +3
          I agree, such figures are so detailed. Straight arm Otzo Yamada moved
      2. Black
        Black 5 July 2013 15: 02 New
        -14
        Quote: aviator46
        This is the routine work of the Headquarters and NOT MORE


        Uryapatrioty are minusting you here, but it’s 100% right.
        the West did not see much difference between the regime in Germany and the USSR. Stalin was feared more than Hitler. And not in vain they were afraid. Joseph Vissarionovich was not always a supporter of "building socialism in one country," and here the army in the heart of Europe, so combat-ready that it could sweep away the Angles from the mainland as a mistress brushes crumbs from the dining table.
        It is difficult to say what stopped the Kremlin (possibly AO), and whether there were any plans for an attack, but the Angles were preparing to defend themselves in the summer.
        1. Rider
          Rider 5 July 2013 15: 20 New
          +2
          Quote: Chen
          You are being minus here


          yes minus the case.
          because their calculations need to be PROVEN.
          and not just post the sheets.

          and even if (ALLOWED) the information given with reference to the Japanese command is correct (in terms of combat readiness)
          then the situation with the Kwantung army can be compared with the situation of the Red Army in 41g
          however no one yells about "tales of the victory of the Wehrmacht in the east "

          but you are 100% right

          and this is just 100% debatable.

          infa filed by the aviator clearly sins with bias and lack of objectivity.
          1. ed65b
            ed65b 5 July 2013 16: 41 New
            +3
            So, on August 9, 1945, the threads of the troops went forward, a campaign began, the most unusual in world military history, which had no equal in scope in action both on land and at sea. And also in brevity: vast spaces were conquered literally in a few days, the enemy was completely defeated, discouraged, crushed, captured. The campaign is not just classical, but, I would say, superclassical, worthy of deep study. At that time, the skill of our generals, our soldiers and officers, accumulated over four years, fully affected. One at least characteristic detail: in the battle with the samurai, we had almost no numerical superiority. The Japanese have rounded up a million people, we have one and a half, although it is well known that in order to successfully attack the enemy one must be at least three times stronger than him. And if we are much better than samurai, then only in quantity and quality of equipment and, I repeat, in military skill.

            This is for the aviator. Learn the story
        2. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 59 New
          +2
          Quote: Chen
          Uryapatrioty are minusting you here, but it’s 100% right.


          Prove !!!
          If you are not an ordinary drop-in balabol, enter into a dispute and prove that the factology that the liberoid copy-paste here is accurate to us.
          With links and sources.
          1. Black
            Black 5 July 2013 19: 47 New
            -1
            Quote: Karlsonn
            Prove !!!


            England and Co. could not help but be afraid of the USSR in the summer of the 45th.
            1. The strongest land army.
            2. A dozen countries of the old world fell into the sphere of influence (from the western point of view - into the colonial protectorate).
            3. In Greece, the civil war, in it, in France, in Italy, the growing communist parties. The growth of the Communists from 39 to 45 has tripled.
            4. In Asia - in China, Indonesia, Burma, on
            Philippines, in Indonesia, in India, a powerful movement unfolded for
            independence. In China there was a civil war with an advantage in favor
            the communists.
            5. Potsdam. Soviet representatives made proposals for changing the regime of the Black Sea Straits (including the creation of naval bases there), the return of the Kara and Ardagan districts to the USSR, which were relocated to Turkey in 1921. The Soviet Union was interested in changing the governance regime of Syria, Lebanon, and the former Italian colonies in Africa. And in September 1945
            Stalin demanded that the status of a great power be reinforced by the protectorate of the USSR over Libya, which caused great unrest in the West. The desire to establish itself in the Middle East led the USSR to the recognition of the State of Israel.
            “Now not a single issue of international life should be resolved without
            participation of the USSR, ”said Molotov.
            6. Only under severe pressure from the West did Soviet troops leave Iran in 1946.
            7. For example, from the memoirs of Molotov
            “In recent years, Stalin has become a little conceited, and in foreign policy I had to demand what Miliukov demanded - the Dardanelles!
            Stalin: “Come on, click! In common ownership. ” I told him: "They will not give it." - “And you demand!”
            5. Great Britain, came out of the war with a pretty shaky power.
            6. The USA is tied up in a war with a still very strong Japan. The land army of the Kwantung is strong, and if the USSR didn’t enter the war for its obligations, it is still unknown how the United States would go.

            How can Britons not be afraid of the USSR? Afraid of trembling knees. Centuries-old colonial burping-to rule the world and gave birth to the "unthinkable" and subsequent speech in Fulton, the creation of NATO ...
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 5 July 2013 20: 02 New
              0
              Quote: Chen
              Uryapatrioty are minusting you here, but it’s 100% right.



              Quote: aviator46
              A "tale of" victory "over the Kwantung Army - tell someone who is not in the subject ..)))

              The Japanese command as follows evaluated the combat capability of their units deployed against the Trans-Baikal Front (in brackets - the date of formation):
              119 Infantry Division (October 1944) - 70%;
              80-I separate mixed brigade (January 1945) - 15%;
              107-I Infantry Division (May 1944) - 60%;
              108 Infantry Division (September 1944) - 65%;
              117 Infantry Division (July 1944) - 15%;
              63 Infantry Division (June 1943) - 15%;
              133-I separate mixed brigade (July 1945) - 15%;
              9-I tank brigade - no data;
              125 Infantry Division (January 1945) - 20%;
              138 Infantry Division (July 1945) - 15%;
              39 Infantry Division (June 1939) - 80%;
              1-I tank brigade - no data;
              130-I separate mixed brigade (July 1945) - 15%;
              136 Infantry Division (July 1945) - 15%;
              79-I separate mixed brigade (January 1945) - 15%.
              Plus 50 obsolete aircraft ..

              And while our troops launched an offensive, the Emperor signed the Act of Surrender ...


              Now prove it.
            2. Rider
              Rider 5 July 2013 20: 02 New
              0
              Quote: Chen
              How can Britons not be afraid of the USSR? Afraid of trembling knees.

              not to spite you, but look at these facts with OUR
              1. Rider
                Rider 5 July 2013 20: 20 New
                +2
                so, let's begin.

                1 - well, you have to somehow resist the STRONGEST ANGLO / AMERICAN BLOCK.
                I think you will not say that they are our friends?

                2 - the same can be said about the west and south of Europe.
                Are NATO troops still standing there, or am I wrong?

                3- it is precisely for this that the British used the army to suppress these performances
                didn’t you know?

                4 - and is it bad when countries want to shed colanial dependence?

                5 -
                “Now not a single issue of international life should be resolved without
                participation of the USSR, ”said Molotov.

                Well, as it were, for 20 years, world decisions have been made without the participation of Russia.

                did the world feel better?
                how do you think ?

                6 - and the English remained,
                didn’t you really know?

                7 - common practice - demand the impossible, then they will give what you really need

                8 - I think the loss of the USSR, I should not list you.

                9 - well, here is a certain aviator, who proves that crushing the Japs was like two fingers on asphalt.

                and (I note) you have a certain gap due to the evidence base.
                say that England came out weakened from 2MB (and what is it expressed in?)
                but here the topic of the article under discussion says that England wanted to STEP.
                that somehow it does not fit with her weakness.

                no, the stump is clear that to fight for G / B. should have been mostly Yankees. Germans and other hfransuzu, but one thing is that the foggy Albionians, AGAIN wanted to start a war with ALIENS hands, removes England from the category of victim.

                don't you find?
                1. Black
                  Black 5 July 2013 21: 57 New
                  +2
                  You know, we are talking about different things.
                  Are you trying to prove to me that "we were right" !!
                  And I do not dispute this. I should not interpret the obvious. Moreover, I consider Stalin a genius of geopolitics. And what the USSR did in the 30-50s on the international scene causes not just approval, but delight.

                  I talked about something else. Albion didn’t want to go to war with the USSR either - to put his head on the chopping block, and Churchill was not a suicide, in the summer the west was forced to defend themselves from a possible attack from the Red Army. Hence the plans.
                  1. Rider
                    Rider 5 July 2013 22: 19 New
                    +2
                    Quote: Chen
                    I talked about something else. Albion did not want war


                    stupid things.

                    and the subsequent plans for an attack on the USSR (at least a dozen, I think) were also invented from an excess of peace.
                    1. Black
                      Black 6 July 2013 05: 05 New
                      0
                      Quote: Rider
                      stupid things.


                      This is an argument!
                      1. Rider
                        Rider 6 July 2013 11: 35 New
                        0
                        this is an estimate.

                        and the argument is below.

                        wink
                  2. Karlsonn
                    Karlsonn 6 July 2013 01: 37 New
                    0
                    Quote: Chen
                    Are you trying to prove to me that "we were right" !!
                    And I do not dispute this.


                    It is counted.
      3. ed65b
        ed65b 5 July 2013 16: 33 New
        +2
        You dear use completely incorrect info. read at your leisure about the defeat of the Kwantung army.
      4. mogus
        mogus 5 July 2013 16: 45 New
        +2
        My grandfather fought with the Kwantung army and lived in Transbaikalia. You can print your info to wipe her ass. am
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 5 July 2013 19: 01 New
          +1
          Quote: mogus
          My grandfather fought with the Kwantung army
          drinks

          Mine also participated.
          True, right now, the TRUTH will tell us how it really was.
      5. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 5 July 2013 18: 55 New
        +3
        Quote: aviator46
        A "tale of" victory "over the Kwantung Army - tell someone who is not in the subject ..)))


        AAA laughing ignoramus came to tell us liberal fairy tales !!! bully


        Quote: aviator46
        The Japanese command as follows assessed the combat effectiveness of its formations deployed


        it’s not even necessary to discuss --- go back to the desk - ignoramus!


        Quote: aviator46
        And while our troops launched an offensive, the Emperor signed the Act of Surrender ...


        Dear uneducated friend, the Soviet offensive began on August 9, on August 20, the Kwantung Army received an order from its command to surrender, the day of the complete surrender and capture of the Kwantung Army on September 10th.
        The Japan Surrender Act was signed on September 2, 1945.
      6. aleshka
        aleshka 5 July 2013 21: 17 New
        -2
        What troops are you? Japanese?
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 6 July 2013 01: 38 New
          +3
          Quote: Alesha
          What troops are you? Japanese?


          To explain to you how my grandfather differed from the Japanese officer?
  14. fedorru
    fedorru 5 July 2013 14: 19 New
    +3
    How they are afraid of the Russians. After the defeat of the Kwantung army in Manchuria, the captured Japanese generals, as well as soldiers and junior officers, never mentioned the atomic bombs dropped by the Americans on Japanese cities during interrogations. Berlin forces and the Manchu strategic offensive led them to the imminent surrender of Japan. In Tokyo, they were shocked that the entire Kwantung army was defeated within ten days. And they could no longer stop the Soviet offensive. Japan could only admit that they suffered a complete defeat and the hour of surrender came.
  15. Evgan
    Evgan 5 July 2013 14: 28 New
    +3
    By the way, in the “Unthinkable” plan itself, one of the counterarguments for the operation was that the British and American army (meaning ordinary and junior command personnel) would be difficult to explain why it was necessary to fight with a recent ally. In addition, the presence of significant sympathies for the USSR among soldiers was noted.
  16. svoboda1970
    svoboda1970 5 July 2013 14: 53 New
    +3
    On July 1, 47 British and American divisions, without any declaration of war, were to inflict a crushing blow on our troops in Europe.


    Would they tire of swallowing dust ... soldier
  17. Black
    Black 5 July 2013 15: 09 New
    +3
    Quote: svoboda1970
    Would they tire of swallowing dust ...

    That's right. And in Anglo-England they were not fools; they understood this perfectly. In the year 45, even with the presence of AO, the west was weaker than the USSR by a factor !!!
    They were bought off by the loss of almost half of the West only so that Koba would not move his troops to the "last sea".
    1. svoboda1970
      svoboda1970 5 July 2013 15: 34 New
      +1
      They called him Uncle Joe ...
  18. svoboda1970
    svoboda1970 5 July 2013 15: 36 New
    +2
    Berezkin believes that in 1956 it was he who prevented the Third World War.


    But the general does not like to talk about his exploits - the scout’s entrenched habit of secrecy and his natural modesty are telling.


    request
  19. silver_roman
    silver_roman 5 July 2013 15: 54 New
    +4
    heh ... glory to the Soviet and Russian intelligence agent and the warrior in general.
    Here are the jackals ... they always tried to kill us. Well, what kind of creatures are these ??? Aggressors and cowards. all with the wrong hands .... at least to live up to the moment when, well, at least someone someone catches them off guard and sticks a saber in their backs ... I sincerely wish them to be completely destroyed ... and I spat, honestly, I spat , on their population and fairy tales about democracy ... incinerate everything!
  20. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 5 July 2013 16: 35 New
    +4
    At 45, the Anglo-Saxons were shaking with fear, at 91 they were shaking with laughter. History continues to plunge Russia into shit, with our own hands, then to raise the category of superpowers, it is time for Russia to decide who it really is.
  21. Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 5 July 2013 17: 36 New
    +3
    Why is the unthinkable? This is their essence, their mentality, they are just like that - to hit an ally in the back, attack him after they hugged on the Elbe. This is not a human being, but we are still trying to learn something from them, continue to unite, do some “reboots”, try to see something human in them, we are harassing democracy, we are constantly making concessions, we are looking for an excuse for their lies, a whole generation has been educated their "values" ...
  22. Kodiak
    Kodiak 5 July 2013 21: 02 New
    +2
    not when they will not be friends with us, no matter what kind of clothes they would dress up for, and no matter how they smile, they always have a club behind their back and a desire to possess Russia.
  23. Was mammoth
    Was mammoth 5 July 2013 23: 44 New
    +4
    Plan "The Unthinkable". "Close to the elbow, but not to bite." In the name itself there is an answer. “I want it, but it’s pricked.” They didn’t have a chance when the USSR did not have nuclear weapons, and now, with guaranteed mutual destruction. (RVSNu, yes!).
    The USSR not only survived, but also defeated Nazi Germany, along with its minions, almost alone. Two months (!) After the Victory, he created a group of troops over six thousand kilometers (despite the fact that there was no continuous railway to the Far East), which turned the Kwantung army into dust. There would be even more grief in our country, but then there would be no English and American "democracy" either. I am glad that they did not dare.
  24. Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 6 July 2013 00: 14 New
    +2
    However, on July 1, 47 British and American divisions, without any declaration of war, were to inflict a crushing blow on our troops in Europe. At the same time, four air armies of heavy bombers - huge "flying fortresses" - were preparing to bring down their deadly cargo and dust the largest cities of the USSR, as they did with Dresden. The strike of the Anglo-Americans was to be supported by 10-12 German divisions, which the "allies" kept unformed in Schleswig-Holstein and in Southern Denmark, where British instructors were preparing them for the war against the USSR.

    How many times did their Red Army save the expense of the lives of their soldiers, not counting when their Germans drove in Europe.
    There was another important reason why the insidious blow to the USSR was postponed. The United States needed the USSR to crush the Kwantung army in the Far East, and they could not defeat the Japanese themselves.

    The Japanese can not be defeated, in the disbanded army in the European part in one fell swoop?
    Something seems to me the article is "left." Moreover, it is written:
    Operation "The Unthinkable" - two plans at once, offensive and defensive in the event of a military conflict - was developed on the instructions of Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Work began when Nazi Germany had not yet been defeated, and was carried out by the Joint Planning Headquarters of the British military cabinet in the deepest secret. The ultimate goal was the complete defeat and surrender of the USSR. .... Documents related to these plans are stored in the National Archives of Great Britain and are still not subject to full declassification.

    How did I then find out about all the details
    Author Vladimir Malyshev
    ?
  25. scientist
    scientist 6 July 2013 07: 00 New
    0
    The Kwantung army was linked by fighting at sea. For 4 years, the “Allies” proved that they would betray them at any convenient time, they constantly put sticks in wheels, they almost ruined the country with arms supplies, delayed the opening of the 2nd front to the last and constantly looked for an opportunity to attack the Soviet Union. Therefore, the experience of this war proved that the defeat of the Kwantung army was a strategic mistake of the country's leadership. It was necessary to negotiate with the Japanese, all the same, their ground forces were bogged down in China and could very well connect the US and British Navy to the sea. It was necessary for the Soviet army to move further to the West, to the Atlantic Ocean. Then the United States would be left alone and choke on its nuclear weapons, because the whole World would see and appreciate the consequences of their policies, for the sake of which they burned alive millions of civilians in a nuclear fire. CONCLUSION It is better to put up with enemies than to be friends with traitors.
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  27. 0255
    0255 6 July 2013 20: 10 New
    0
    in June 1940, the British and French wanted to raid Baku, without declaring war, to destroy oil producing towers. If they did, they would inflict severe economic and environmental damage on the USSR. Hitler, without knowing it, saved the USSR from this raid, he attacked France on the day when the air raid was planned. The rapid fall of France forced England to switch to actions against Germany, but Roosevelt periodically thought to make this attack. And in 1940, the British hoped to conquer the USSR with the help of Hitler.
    I have no doubt that the United States is still preparing plans for an attack on Russia.
    1. stoqn477
      stoqn477 7 July 2013 20: 13 New
      0
      but Roosevelt periodically thought to make this raid

      At that time (1940), the United States continued to observe from the side your actions. As for this bombing of Baku, I think that at this time, there is no such possibility. And for environmental damage, at that time, I think, and even they did not think about such events.

      I have no doubt that the United States is still preparing plans for an attack on Russia.

      Well, you still have a lot of resources that the US will come good. My personal opinion is that at the moment they are only stopped by nuclear weapons you have. Without the use of nuclear weapons, you will lose conflict. Therefore, I think so, is that the saturation of the army with modern weapons is minimal.
  28. shutyai
    shutyai 6 July 2013 20: 54 New
    0
    And their plans were truly Napoleonic !!!)))) To fight with the strongest and most experienced army in the world at that time ...? How badly our "allies" imagined the situation. Oh, they would have pushed them ... Well, that did not dare, would regret.
  29. biznaw
    biznaw 7 July 2013 00: 38 New
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    Do not consider me bloodthirsty, but I really regret that the “allies” didn’t have enough stupidity to start a war with us then or in the years 60-90. The hope for Syria is warming up, but it seems that in the West the governments are only "cocking", tired of the Western teachers of democracy with pederastnymi inclinations. Unfortunately, conviction does not allow us to armageddon this Sodom and Gomor, ourselves (do you want Russian wars, you ask silence ... and so on for the song). But these geeks want war but piss, we can erase them, but we don’t want to multiply grief. That's why the torment is that the Red Army could end all these perversions with democracy and the rights of sexual minorities a long time ago.
  30. Zomanus
    Zomanus 7 July 2013 05: 05 New
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    Well, in short, it was, it was. All the same, the impudent ones got their way in the 90's. So now the main thing to draw conclusions is to prevent. But damn, when it all depends on one person, of course it’s worthless to plan for the long term.
  31. mithridate
    mithridate 7 July 2013 21: 11 New
    +1
    allies were never allies
    1. stoqn477
      stoqn477 8 July 2013 01: 17 New
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      As they say with us, everyone has hidden motives!
  32. 0255
    0255 10 July 2013 19: 43 New
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    Quote: stoqn477
    but Roosevelt periodically thought to make this raid

    At that time (1940), the United States continued to observe from the side your actions. As for this bombing of Baku, I think that at this time, there is no such possibility. And for environmental damage, at that time, I think, and even they did not think about such events.

    I have no doubt that the United States is still preparing plans for an attack on Russia.

    Well, you still have a lot of resources that the US will come good. My personal opinion is that at the moment they are only stopped by nuclear weapons you have. Without the use of nuclear weapons, you will lose conflict. Therefore, I think so, is that the saturation of the army with modern weapons is minimal.

    Here is a documentary about the plans of England and France in 1940
    Only a general threat from Hitler made the USSR and Britain and the United States unite for a while, and even they say that Soviet and American troops from time to time also fought to death.
  33. SKUBBI
    SKUBBI 8 October 2013 21: 46 New
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    HYDROGEN BOMB ON THEM