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How Hitler made Russia a superpower

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How Hitler made Russia a superpower



After the death of more than 20 millions of soldiers and civilians during the Second World War, Russia can hardly thank Hitler for something.

But on the eve of 22 June, on the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the operation of Barbarossa on the invasion of the fascists in the Soviet Union, it is time to recall one of the greatest paradoxes stories. Hitler was obsessed with turning Russia into a vast German colony, and the Russian people into slaves. Instead, half of Germany was occupied by the Red Army, making its citizens part of the Russian empire. When 22 in the morning of June 1941, the 4 of a million German soldiers crossed the border of Russia, they dreamed of seeing the Kremlin domes. Instead, they initiated a chain of consequences that still shape the world today.

To assert that Russia before Hitler was not a great power would be foolish. Possessing vast territories, resources and people, Russia was a heavyweight at least from the 17 century, a giant strong enough to crush Napoleon’s army (who also believed that Russia would be easy prey). Nevertheless, now, three quarters of a century later, it is difficult to understand how much global balance differs from the one at that time.

In the early 1930s, the United States had a smaller army than Romania. Britain then owned a quarter of the earth's surface, and possessed the most powerful fleet. France, which today is the subject of jokes like "I am French, I surrender," then had the most powerful ground army in Western Europe. Germany, whose army is barely functioning today, terrified its neighbors since 1870.

And there was Russia, the mysterious communist giant, overcome by Stalinist purges, a colossus with feet of clay that could barely cope with little Finland in 1939-1940. Not only Hitler and his generals believed that Russia would collapse like a house of cards; even British and American experts did not expect Moscow to outlast German blitzkrieg. However, by 1945, Britain was ruined, France was devastated, and the Germans watched the Russians roll across their land Tanks. As a bloodied but victorious boxer, Russia remained on its feet and was one of only two superpowers for over 40 years.

What would today's Russia be if the Second World War never existed? What if Hitler would have remained an unlucky painter in Vienna, or had died in an explosion in a Munich pub?

Without Hitler who started the war, the Soviet Union would never have seized its European empire. Britain and France were so anti-Communist that they almost bombed the oil spawn of Russia when Stalin signed the pact with Hitler and thought of sending troops to support Finland. They would not remain indifferent if the Soviet Union entered Germany (which could really happen if the Soviets defeated Poland in the Russian-Polish war of the 1920 of the year).

A significant part of the German troops in Operation Barbarossa consisted of the Allied forces, who foolishly joined the Hitler “crusade against Bolshevism,” including Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Finland (the idea of ​​Italian soldiers eating macaroni in the snow of Stalingrad surreal). The conquest of Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria allowed the Red Army bayonets to establish communist regimes in these countries, as well as the liberation (yes, it was liberation from the horrors of the fascist rule) of Poland and Czechoslovakia. In other words, if there had been no Hitler, there would have been no Warsaw Pact.

The borders of Russia today would also look different. Hitler and Stalin divided Poland in 1939, and after the war, the Soviet Union annexed most of Polish territory, which it seized in 1939, that Poland was “compensated” by German territory. These lands would never change their masters, if there was no war, while East Prussia today would be part of Germany, not Russia.

Indeed, Operation Barbarossa devastated the industry and natural resources of Russia and Ukraine, which was only partially compensated by the land-lease and post-war plunder by the Soviets of Germany. Stalin’s ruthless push towards industrialization turned Russia from a peasant tsarist state into a powerful industrial power capable of creating weapon to defeat Hitler. Even with all the economic contradictions of communism, it would be interesting to see what the Soviet economy would be compared to others, if not for the war.

However, there were not many others. With the exception of the United States, Hitler's madness eliminated competitors for the USSR. In 1939, the world was multipolar, when many countries were fighting for power. By 1945, there were only two superpowers: America and the Soviet Union. Other applicants were defeated, occupied or exhausted.

And this is the greatest legacy that Hitler left to Russia. Russia under Putin has only a shadow of military power and the global influence of the Soviet Union. But comparing the military power and influence of today's Britain, France and Germany with what they had in 1939, Russia seems to be in quite good shape. Moscow can support the expeditionary forces in Syria for months: NATO has barely been able to gather enough resources to dump such a five-bit country as Libya under Gaddafi on 2011.

Hitler left a power vacuum in Europe that Russia filled. Whether 20 was worth millions of lives was another question.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 25 June 2016 18: 46
    -71%
    The Soviet Union learned great lessons from the Second World War. The second part of the training was taught by the USA with its nuclear bombing of Japan. The incentive for the development of the military-industrial complex was enormous. It goes without saying that this happened due to the quality of life of citizens and through the slave labor of prisoners of the Gulag.
    1. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 25 June 2016 19: 09
      +30
      Quote: oleg-gr
      It goes without saying that this happened due to the quality of life of citizens
      - Having subjected the USSR to nuclear blackmail since 1945, because of which we spent astronomical sums on the army and navy, the USA, fattening over the oceans, doomed our people to a half-starved existence.
      1. jjj
        jjj 25 June 2016 19: 50
        +82
        Somehow it became commonplace that in the 1913 year Russia was a fabulous country. But the truth is that the Empire was really impoverished and almost illiterate. Illiteracy was eliminated, in fact, before World War II. But even then it was not possible to completely create normal living conditions. Poverty since pre-revolutionary times has survived to almost the sixties of the last century. I remember how they bought the first washing machine, sideboard, wardrobe.
        Against this background, the creation of a defense shield is a feat for centuries. Well, now remember, life in the seventies - the roofs in new houses are covered with slate or iron, their cars, motorcycles, boats with motors. People began to eat off. And this is for the money of their state, without the infusion of the "Marshall Plan". Just a little more ... But again, against the background of the paranoia of the Kremlin elders and ubiquitous mafia clans, they had to tighten their belts.
        Russia is not allowed to breathe from the outside, periodically plunging into cataclysms. Other states in such conditions collapse, territories pass from hand to hand, languages ​​change. And we stand and hold on
        1. Temples
          Temples 25 June 2016 20: 01
          +59
          What the hell are these freak authors posting here?
          Neither will they rest.

          Hitler did what Napoleon did - he got lyuley. Before that, killing millions of Russians.
          Such zander in the letter M needs to be caught and put on a stake. In the middle of Berlin or Paris or Washington or in London - where he was born there and sat down.
          And what would this monument be forever !!!
          In Paris, sits Napoleon.
          Hitler is in Berlin.
          And so on.
          And let the residents see and remember !!!

          That the next conqueror of horseradish knew what to prepare the ass for what.

          Maybe that's why they are all pederasts there?
          Genetic memory.
          Rurikovich asshole remember.
          1. Temples
            Temples 25 June 2016 20: 46
            +40
            through the slave labor of prisoners of the Gulag


            oleg-gr. The gulag is governing.
            The administration has no prisoners.
            The prisoners are in camps, not in control.
            And the court sends them there.

            So that your bravado is full of crap, both in fact and in fact.

            And the country was raised from the ruins by all the people.

            And do not confuse the incentive and NEED!
            I will explain:
            - devastation is not an incentive !!!
            - the enemy at the gates of the house is not an incentive !!!

            Be healthy!
            1. cniza
              cniza 25 June 2016 22: 09
              +8
              However, there were not many others. With the exception of the United States, Hitler's madness eliminated competitors for the USSR. In 1939, the world was multipolar, when many countries were fighting for power. By 1945, there were only two superpowers: America and the Soviet Union. Other applicants were defeated, occupied or exhausted.


              Nothing has changed since then, we will always be a bone in the throat of the western United States, and they will hold the flag in their hands.
              1. Mahmut
                Mahmut 25 June 2016 22: 39
                +14
                Hitler’s actions forced the USSR to develop industry in the Urals, U.S. actions forced the USSR to develop nuclear industry and explore space, Kerensky’s actions forced Lenin and Trotsky to take power in the country, Trotsky’s actions forced Stalin to rebuild the country destroyed by the Bolsheviks, and a gold blockade made him look for internal reserves. It turns out that we are surrounded not by enemies, as was believed, but by caring teacher-mentors. And if it weren’t for them, we would still slurp cabbage soup. And for this we must always ask them for forgiveness and kiss their ass. To ask and kiss. And thinking is bad.
                1. Corporal Valera
                  Corporal Valera 26 June 2016 00: 33
                  +10
                  And this is the greatest legacy that Hitler left Russia.

                  The author is a little crazy or something is wrong with his head.
                  1. Senior manager
                    Senior manager 26 June 2016 22: 37
                    +2
                    the author understands a little reading and writing, but they haven’t reached the story of history, this is in the next class.
                  2. DIMA45R
                    DIMA45R 28 June 2016 08: 33
                    0
                    Quote: Corporal Valera
                    The author is a little crazy

                    It's just that the author is not for us! That knives were broken about us and the teeth of the state is only our merit and not someone else's! We are GREAT just kind ... and this greatness is manifested (for other nations) when they try to bend us.
                  3. 97110
                    97110 29 June 2016 19: 18
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                    Quote: Corporal Valera
                    The author is a little crazy or something is wrong with his head

                    Tse Europe.
            2. Amurets
              Amurets 26 June 2016 03: 42
              +4
              Quote: Temples
              And do not confuse the incentive and NEED!

              The stimulus-pointed steel stake that customize the animal.
              Quote: Temples
              In Paris, sits Napoleon.
              Hitler is in Berlin.
              And so on.
              And let the residents see and remember !!!

              That’s why we need an incentive. For the author of this article, too. Temples are not for you, but for the author of this nonsense. Because Hitler was just a performer, there wouldn’t be him, would be different. The whole story between the First World War and the Second World War is attempts destroy Russia, RI, the USSR. Call it what you want, this is a chain of attempts to destroy Russian statehood at the right moment as they thought. Russia not only survived, but also intensified.
              1. 97110
                97110 29 June 2016 19: 24
                0
                Quote: Amurets
                Stimulus-pointed steel stake which customize the animal.

                The word "stimulus" was invented by the ancient Greeks (or Ukrainians, they also invented a lot) as an identifier for a stick with a sharp end. For a steel stake for whipping animals, you risk being run over by the defenders of these same animals.
          2. RUS96
            RUS96 25 June 2016 20: 58
            0
            I agree. About the Rurikavichs I read an article here earlier. It may be interesting
            http://www.factroom.ru/life/40-facts-about-the-first-russian-tsars
          3. Dimontius
            Dimontius 26 June 2016 04: 01
            0
            Quote: Temples

            Rurikovich asshole remember.

            I remember for my grandchildren, just a statement saying)))))
        2. Chulman
          Chulman 25 June 2016 21: 13
          +4
          I also remember our first TV, the first washing machine, the first radio ... In general, I agree with you !!!!!!!!
        3. Inok10
          Inok10 25 June 2016 21: 15
          +18
          Quote: jjj
          Somehow it became commonplace that in 1913 Russia was a fabulous country. But the truth is that the Empire was really impoverished and almost illiterate. Illiteracy was eliminated, in fact, before World War II.

          ... the Russian Empire was a normal country ... not fabulous, but normal ... I won’t argue about literacy in the Russian Empire, but simply give a table from the first edition of TSB (1929-30), “Percentage of literate recruits among former recruits Of the Russian Empire, it’s very difficult to suspect the Great Soviet Encyclopedia of sympathy in the Russian Empire, especially the 1930 edition ... stop smearing your own history indecently, it didn’t start in 1917, or stop remembering Dmitry Donskoy, Alexander Nevsky, Peter I, Catherine II, Kutuzov, Suvorov, Nakhimov, Ushakov, Minin and Pozharsky and many other Great Russians and not so ... Barclay de Tolly for example ... who served for the Glory of the Russian Fatherland, this is not your Fatherland, Yours since 1917 ... hi ... and an article "rare rubbish" ... there is nothing to discuss ... negative
          1. Corporal Valera
            Corporal Valera 26 June 2016 00: 51
            +9
            Well, you continue then TSB quote:
            they took for a literate person who could write only his last name.

            And in general
            According to the Military Statistical Yearbook of the Army for 1912, the percentage of literate soldiers in the Russian army was 47,41%.

            However, the army is only a small percentage of the entire society, therefore
            The starting point of literacy levels throughout the Russian Empire at the beginning of the century is accepting data for 1897 recognized by domestic and foreign scientists: total - 21,1%, including 29,3% of men and 13,1% of women.

            By the 13th year, the percentage was slightly higher (about 30%). Just keep in mind that "literacy" is just the ability to write and read in your native language. Therefore, competent peasants will not send you into space. Here is such a crunch of a French roll, with all due respect to Donskoy, Nevsky and Kutuzov.
            1. Inok10
              Inok10 26 June 2016 11: 43
              +3
              Quote: Corporal Valera
              And in general
              According to the Military Statistical Yearbook of the Army for 1912, the percentage of literate soldiers in the Russian army was 47,41%.

              ... here and let's turn to the source which you so kindly indicated, ... it means it is reliable, as I understand it for you and will not be rejected ... and on pages 141-142 we see such statistics:
              a) literate:
              1. able to read and write - 52,6%
              2. those who cannot read and write in Russian - 1,95%
              b) who can only read - 11,49%
              d) illiterate 34,5%
              Source: http://istmat.info/files/uploads/33580/voen._stat._ezh._1912_-5.pdf the screen p. 141-142 is attached ... so that we have already diverged by 5% ... and even take into account the layout in which they are clearly indicated, even those who can't write and read in Russian ... recall that, like the USSR and RI, it was a multinational state, that is, many Finns and Poles could well not be able to read and write in Russianbut they were part of the Russian Empire, as well as the Caucasus and Central Asia ... the number of people who can read just as honestly is allocated in a separate line, as well as the number of illiterates - 34,5%...
              Quote: Corporal Valera
              However, the army is only a small percentage of the entire society, therefore
              ... no, just this is an independent and not biased cut from society ... peasants up to (80%), workers (up to 15%), petty bourgeois (5%) ... the only thing that can really be taken into account it's that women are not listed here ... only men, yes ... that's a fact ... hi
              Quote: Corporal Valera
              The starting point for literacy levels throughout the Russian Empire at the turn of the century is data for 1897, recognized by domestic and foreign scientists: total - 21,1%, including 29,3% of men and 13,1% of women.

              ... ah, why isn't 1600 ?! ... the phrase "domestic and foreign" is especially touching ... who are "English scientists" and who, on the basis of meat consumption in Ingushetia, considered the subjects of the Russian Empire to be starving or not? ... forgetting that Muslims have their own posts, and the Orthodox have half a year of fasting days! ... so they got 29 kg. per capita per year ... rzhak and only ... laughing
              Quote: Corporal Valera
              Therefore, competent peasants will not send you into space.

              ... Yeah, by 1935, everyone could know how to calculate plots and owned a compromise, studied right at the desk in between fights in the Civil, which ended in 1922/23 ... isn’t it funny? ... laughing
              1. Inok10
                Inok10 26 June 2016 11: 53
                +4
                Quote: Corporal Valera
                Therefore, competent peasants will not send you into space. Here is such a crunch of French rolls, with all due respect to Donskoy, Nevsky and Kutuzov.

                ... respect zero point, zero tenths in this phrase ... and a picture of Bogdanov-Belsky "Oral counting in a rural school" as a gift as a source of thought ... try to count in your head without a calculator ... I can predict the result. .. laughing
                1. Corporal Valera
                  Corporal Valera 26 June 2016 13: 17
                  0
                  Can you tell me what is shown in the picture? What is it called correctly? What is this school? Who is this "man in a jacket"? What are the children doing? Do they develop memory like that? Do they remember numbers instead of verses? How does this contribute to the development of mathematics as such?
                  1. Corporal Valera
                    Corporal Valera 26 June 2016 14: 57
                    +1
                    Minus, as I understand it, instead of an answer. Okay. The picture is correctly called "Oral counting in the folk school of S.A. Rachinsky". The "man in a jacket" depicted in the painting is a mathematician and botanist, professor at Moscow University, Sergei Alexandrovich Rachinsky. And the picture was drawn by the boy in the foreground. You can argue about the methods of teaching S.A. Rachinsky, but I will not, because I am not a specialist. I just want to note that the school of Sergei Alexandrovich private and the state has the same relation to it as you and I. This is not an education system!
                    1. Inok10
                      Inok10 26 June 2016 17: 41
                      +2
                      Quote: Corporal Valera
                      Minus, as I understand it, instead of the answer. Okay.

                      ... the minus was not mine, you can ask the Administration ... but anyway you need to answer, since you so want this:
                      By all indications, the environment, the conditions in which he was from birth, should have swallowed him, he had to drown, get lost, disappear forever in a whirlpool of hopeless darkness and poverty.

                      He, the illegitimate son of a laborer, was born in the village of Shopotovo, Smolensk province. At baptism, he was recorded by Bogdanov, i.e., by the given god. And he later became Belsky, adding to the surname the name of his native county. The childhood was severe, since they lived with their mother in the uncle's house, where they endured them out of mercy.

                      The first two years he studied in the village of Shopotovo. A priest taught at school. With his assistance, the boy got to S. A. Rachinsky. It was a legendary person. A professor of biology, a wealthy man who had an estate, he left the department and organized an exemplary public school in the village of Tatevo, Smolensk province, where he accepted disadvantaged children for training.

                      To get to this school, the boy had to pass the exam. The exam for little Nicolas, as S. A. Rachinsky will later respectfully call him, consisted in the fact that he had to draw one of the school teachers in profile. Professional artists know what a portrait in profile is. At first glance, similarities are easy to achieve, and the transfer of volume in this case is always more difficult than usual.

                      We know the picture of N. P. Bogdanov-Belsky “On the threshold of the school” (1897, State Russian Museum). This is an autobiographical picture. The future artist, a boy, holding his breath, stood in excitement beyond the threshold of the class. He wanted to learn. And here is the exam. The cowherd boy, bending over, crossing his bare legs underneath, drew with great zeal from nature. In some inexplicable way, he felt that something important was being decided in his life. He worked very hard, and the portrait-drawing came out surprisingly recognizable. He was accepted into the public school of S. A. Rachinsky. Source: http://www.bibliotekar.ru/kBogdanov/
                      ... Nikolay Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky ... but the topic of our reasoning is with you about something else ... literacy in the Russian Empire ... do not lose the thread ... or do not transfer the conversation to particular ... hi
                      1. Corporal Valera
                        Corporal Valera 27 June 2016 00: 35
                        0
                        Quote: Inok10
                        but the topic of our reasoning is with you about something else

                        Good. Battle draw wink
                      2. 97110
                        97110 29 June 2016 19: 34
                        0
                        Quote: Corporal Valera
                        Good. Battle draw

                        Well no. I believe that there are many more winners. I watched your debate with interest, learned useful things. Thank you for the pleasure.
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            3. Corporal Valera
              Corporal Valera 26 June 2016 13: 04
              0
              Quote: Inok10
              it means it is reliable, as I understand it for you and will not be rejected

              I think that the General Staff were no worse than you and me.
              Quote: Inok10
              and on pages 141-142 we see such statistics:

              As I understand it, this is section 5, about recruits. Your screen does not work. Let it be known to you that the army consists not only of new recruits, and since you consider it a full-fledged section of society, let's take into account all the ranks, as well as over-conscripts. For example, in section 7 there is a curious note. I attach screenshots. So here the interest will not be in your favor.
              Quote: Inok10
              many Finns and Poles might not be able to read and write in Russian,

              Even taking into account that Finns and Poles, as well as Jews and Armenians, could not write and read, it turns out that there were no more than 60% literate Russians. I repeat that this is only literacy (!), And not education. And this is according to your numbers!
              Quote: Inok10
              ... but, why not 1600?! .

              And from the fact that in 1600 there are no statistics, but in 1897 - there are.
              Quote: Inok10
              and the Orthodox have half a year of fasting days!

              But tell me, sugar, for example, can’t be eaten in fasting too?
              Quote: Inok10
              Yeah, by 1935 all polls knew how to calculate diagrams and owned sopromat

              If you want, let's calculate the number of engineers in the 13th and 35th. Yes, actually, there is nothing to consider. Armament and equipment of the army in WWI and the Great Patriotic War speaks very eloquently
              1. Inok10
                Inok10 26 June 2016 14: 47
                +3
                Quote: Corporal Valera
                I think that the General Staff were no worse than you and me.

                ... exactly ... according to this, you need to read the table ... but, not to take a note out of context and the statistics are just indicative ... let's go:
                "Section VII. Composition of officers, medical doctors, veterinarians, class officials and lower ranks of the army by education, marital status, class, age, nationality and religion, as of April 1, 1912." pp. 372-373 ... we read the table: "The composition of the lowest ranks in the entire army in 1912 by education, marital status, class, age, nationality and religion and occupation before joining the service" ... the entire number of lower ranks 1 202 206 people. from the table:
                I. General education
                - higher - 1467 or 0,12%
                - average - 5942 or 0,49%
                - lower - 121812 or 10,13%
                - without educational qualifications - 1070985 or 89,26%
                II. Literacy
                - literate - 569872 or 47,41%
                - illiterate - 288462 or 24,09%
                - illiterate - 343882 or 29,59%
                ... what is the interesting point here, the concept of "having no educational qualification" - that is, education / literacy was, but ... not in an official school, craft or gymnasium, but there were many schools of zemstvo, volost, trusteeship, etc. ... which were financed by charity and did not fall into official statistics, as well as factory and departmental educational institutions ... and for the lower ranks the school of non-commissioned officers was mandatory, it was not for nothing that I highlighted in the title of the table the data before joining the service and only 29,59, 1920% were not literate .... In XNUMX, according to Soviet data, 86% of youth from 12 to 16 years old were able to read and write, and they learned this before the revolutionand not during the Civil War ... it's just not possible from 1917 to 1920 and oops, 86% already ... hi ... and the screen of the table is attached by the lower ranks ... hi
                Quote: Corporal Valera
                Even taking into account that Finns and Poles, as well as Jews and Armenians, could not write and read, it turns out that there were no more than 60% literate Russians. I repeat that this is only literacy (!), And not education.

                ... well, I want to read here, but I won’t be here, here I wrapped the fish ... laughing
                Quote: Corporal Valera
                And from the fact that in 1600 there are no statistics, but in 1897 - there are.

                ... ah, now from what year do we analyze statistics ?! ... from 1912 year ...
                Quote: Corporal Valera
                But tell me, sugar, for example, can’t be eaten in fasting too?

                ... sugar and not especially ... honey and sweets ... read Russian classics, at least Gilyarovsky ... and why sugar? ... is it cereal or an essential food item? ... honey does not suit? ... hi
                1. Corporal Valera
                  Corporal Valera 26 June 2016 15: 54
                  0
                  Quote: Inok10
                  a, not a note to pull out of context

                  This is an example of what you did not take into account when talking about the difference of 5%.
                  Quote: Inok10
                  read the table

                  Quote: Inok10
                  Literacy
                  - literate - 569872 or 47,41%

                  And I brought this figure to you. What are you arguing with, I don’t understand?
                  Quote: Inok10
                  ... what is the interesting point here, the concept of "not having an educational qualification" - that is, education / literacy was, but ... not in an official school,

                  That's it! Due to the different departmental affiliations of different schools, it is not possible to speak clearly about numbers. However, the role of the state in the educational process is clearly visible from the table. This is only 10% of the population. In the whole country, the percentage will be even lower. And 47% is the state + charity. Together taught to read the syllables of the sex of the country. However, if you seriously want to discuss the development of the state, then it will be right to pay attention to higher and secondary (8,7-year) education. And this is not even 1 percent. In fairness, you need to add the command staff here. I can’t count now - you see the tablet. However, the numbers will not be impressive.
                  Quote: Inok10
                  ... well, I want to read here, but I won’t be here, here I wrapped the fish ...

                  I do not understand your humor. If we take literate people for 1912 as 47%, and the number of Russians in the army is 75%, and assume that the remaining nationalities were completely illiterate, then there will be about 60% literate Russians. You think so.
                  Quote: Inok10
                  In 1920, according to Soviet data, 86% of young people aged 12 to 16 could read and write

                  Quite possible. However, youth is not the whole population.
                  Quote: Inok10
                  honey does not suit?

                  I do not like honey. Again, for lack of a computer at hand, I can’t give you the numbers, but if sclerosis doesn’t change me, then in almost all groups of food products, consumption in the Republic of Ingushetia was lower than in developed countries.
                  And explaining this by post is not even funny. I love your Russian history no less than yours and would be glad to give other figures, but they are what they are. Real folk SYSTEM education was created only in the USSR, and it is not a "swan, cancer and pike" parish schools in Ingushetia. There will only be arguing with this. You, of course, will not argue with this?
                  1. Inok10
                    Inok10 26 June 2016 18: 28
                    +2
                    Quote: Corporal Valera
                    This is an example of what you did not take into account when talking about the difference of 5%.

                    ... what side, the percentage of illiterate recruits, the percentage of illiterate non-commissioned officers before entering military service? ... recall your words:
                    Quote: Corporal Valera
                    And in general
                    According to the "Military Statistical Yearbook of the Army for 1912" literate percentage of soldiers in the Russian army was 47,41%.
                    ... You were not satisfied with my quote from the first edition of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia of 1930, where the percentage of illiterates conscripts be listed in 27% of the total for 1913 ... then for some reason you climbed into Section VII of the "Military Statistical Yearbook of the Army for 1912" and began to present a note from there about non-commissioned officers ... although the conversation was going for draftees, which is described by Section V of the "Military Statistical Yearbook of the Army for 1912" ... illiterate 34,5% ... well, God, with that, but you did not even bother to read the name of the table with regards to the lower ranks, the note from under which you so famously "stuck" out of place, but the table located on pages 372-373 is called as "The composition of the lowest ranks in the entire army in 1912 by education, marital status, class, age, nationality and religion and occupation before joining the service"... before joining the service ... they are not among the recruits and 29,59% were not literate to the service! ... the army could not just be illiterate non-commissioned officers from the word at all!... what is a non-commissioned officer: ... go to the source: "Regulation on the preparation of privates to the non-commissioned officer rank"
                    read:
                    The term of study in training teams was 2 years. Training teams were established at the headquarters of all infantry and cavalry regiments and in separate battalions.
                    In these training units, company commanders sent privates of “good morality, distinguished by their ability to serve and the character necessary for a non-commissioned officer”, as well as literacy. During the training, soldiers had to learn the techniques of combat training, their rights and obligations. In addition, classes were held according to the Law of God, reading, writing, arithmetic, fire training military topography, engineering basics and sanitation.
                    ... junior command staff ... illiterate ?! ... dismiss my friend, just literate and educated ... hi
                    1. Inok10
                      Inok10 26 June 2016 18: 31
                      +2
                      PS
                      “The main foundation on which the old army rested was the non-commissioned officers who trained, educated and cemented the mass of soldiers. The fate of the soldier depended entirely on the non-commissioned officer. Non-commissioned officers had good combat training ... in a combat situation, for the most part they were good commanders. ”
                      Marshal of the Soviet Union G.K. ZHUKOV
                      ... hi
                    2. Corporal Valera
                      Corporal Valera 27 June 2016 00: 18
                      0
                      Oh, let's start praying, restore the logical chain. The comp is at hand, so let's do it again.
                      You quoted a phrase from TSB where the percentage of illiterates recruits equal to 27. From this it can be concluded that the remaining 73%, like bebe, are literate. But like a gritsa, horseradish there. We must also exclude the percentage that can only read. I suggested that you turn to another source, more adequate than TSB. And he wrote that the percentage of literate soldier makes up 47,41%, and also that the army is not a completely correct sample.
                      To which you replied that the army is a real section of society and again returned to recruits and their competent percentage of 52%. I answered you
                      Let it be known to you that the army consists not only of new recruits, and since you consider it a full-fledged section of society, let's take into account all the ranks, as well as over-conscripts.

                      And he repeated the already indicated percentage - 47,41.
                      Now you write me
                      Quote: Inok10
                      but you didn't even bother to read the name of the table with regards to the lower ranks, the note from under which you so famously "stuck" out of place

                      To which I answer you. You didn’t even bother to figure out what to lower ranks in the army of the Russian Empire are not only non-commissioned officers but also ordinary also. And they are called so, because they are below the table of ranks. And in that footnote that I gave you, there’s a percentage lower ranks -47,41%. Therefore, your conclusions are of the type
                      Quote: Inok10
                      the army could not just be illiterate non-commissioned officers from the word at all!

                      The General Staff of the imperial army sends to the trash.
                      And in order to further save your time and nerves, the General Staff of the imperial army makes the following conclusion
                    3. Inok10
                      Inok10 28 June 2016 22: 26
                      +2
                      Quote: Corporal Valera
                      But like a gritsa, horseradish there. We must also exclude the percentage that can only read.

                      ... I’ll be brief ... in view of the lack of time ... in vain you show your own illiteracy in public, you will not have to subtract, but add up the literate and those who can read, summarize ... there are several definitions given Literacy:
                      ... Soviet Encyclopedic Dictionary, 1982, ed. Second p. 334
                      Literacy - 1) in a broad sense - the possession of the skills of oral and written speech in accordance with the norms of the literary language. 2) in the narrow sense - skill read only or read and write simple texts. 3) The presence of knowledge in any field
                      ... the highlighted ... hi
                      ... The modern encyclopedia. 2000.
                      LITERACY, initially a certain degree of proficiency in reading and writing in accordance with established standards mother tongue. Historically, the concept of literacy has expanded from elementary skills. читать, write, count to possession of a certain set of knowledge and skills that allow a person consciously participate in social processes (the so-called functional literacy).
                      ... for the peasant or peasant woman of 1912 of the Kostroma province, the Galich district, any volost, is more than enough ... hi
                      Quote: Corporal Valera
                      The General Staff of the imperial army sends to the trash.

                      ... to whom assigned non-commissioned officer rank and how, read the comment above ... in corporal just renamed ... hi
                  2. Corporal Valera
                    Corporal Valera 27 June 2016 00: 20
                    0
                    Therefore, my first statement
                    The starting point of literacy levels throughout the Russian Empire at the beginning of the century is accepting data for 1897 recognized by domestic and foreign scientists: total - 21,1%, including 29,3% of men and 13,1% of women.

                    practically does not differ from the data given in the yearbook.
                    By the way, your insinuations about the fact that only Russians were literate, and that the Chukhites and Poles — not a bullshit, are denied by the same General Staff:
                  3. Papandopulo
                    Papandopulo 27 June 2016 11: 14
                    +1
                    It is not known as with other nationalities, but the Russians were more literate than now, if only because because of better morality, the percentage of fools and degenerates was less.
                    The whole country was covered with a network of parish schools, artisanal schools and gymnasiums, in which everyone who was capable of it was taught to read and write. Walking in them, a person was usually already able to read and write by virtue of the received primary home education. It is now that preschoolers do not watch the alphabet at home, but watch TV.
                    Therefore, these are all fakes of non-Russian revolutionaries who relied on them in their affairs. With the use of weird funny pictures and the old font to claim greater credibility.
                  4. Inok10
                    Inok10 28 June 2016 22: 50
                    +3
                    Quote: Corporal Valera
                    The starting point of literacy levels throughout the Russian Empire at the beginning of the century is accepting data for 1897 recognized by domestic and foreign scientists: total - 21,1%, including 29,3% of men and 13,1% of women.

                    ... again this nonsense, for 1897 ?! ... a, the fact that the population of the Russian Empire increased from 1897 to 1912 by 42 864 300 shower ... or on 33,4% ... What is it like ?! ... statistics:
                    1897 - 128 195 600 souls
                    1912 - 171 059 900 souls
                    ... Are you joking or joking or trying to mislead people? ... hi ... the dialogue on this is over, due to the biased arguments of the interlocutor, 15 years ago, fresh pork ... laughing ... Respectfully ... hi
                    P.S. .. people, pay attention ... in the Russian Empire the population growth over 15 years amounted to more than the entire population of France in 1908 ... laughing
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  • NIKNN
    NIKNN 25 June 2016 21: 37
    +13
    Of course, you can write everything, only the story alone has no subjunctive moods ...
    The author has withdrawn about an alternative to history, well, let's imagine.
    Russia now occupies a smaller territory than before Hitler.
    Well, in order, and so Hitler drank himself in a pub and could not cure him of alcoholism, sat down for theft in prison and died of a hangover syndrome.
    - It seems to me that the holy place would not be empty and if someone needed fascism, then it would be for anyone. At the Nyurbersky process it was necessary to judge not the Germans, but those who brought the fascist clique to power.
    If the war did not start (which is very unlikely) we would develop industry and agriculture. They would build a house for every family (including those who should die in the war). We wouldn’t spend money on arming and restoring the Warsaw Pact countries, but would invest money on the realization of Tsiolkovsky’s dream (space exploration). Perhaps a NATO bloc would not have arisen. Perhaps not America would be the first to create an atomic bomb. In an alternative story, anything is possible ...
    - Let's say that they would try to conquer us not by Germany. Given no less heroic resistance to the invader, our borders would be along the Lamansh, or even beyond it, plus socialism in Asia and Africa ...

    Will such an alternative suit the author? In an alternative story, there can be everything, up to intimate relationships with aliens ... :)
    I did not put a minus because The author is a cheerful person, smiled a little.
  • Roman 57 rus
    Roman 57 rus 25 June 2016 22: 59
    +2
    This is all because in other state entities (!) There are certain personalities of certain nations, and only We are the PEOPLE of Russia (USSR). By this criterion, only the German people are closest to us, but they’ve been losing something lately.
  • gunn
    gunn 26 June 2016 03: 17
    0
    I agree to all 100
  • INVESTOR
    INVESTOR 25 June 2016 19: 55
    +14
    It was compensated by Lend-Lease and post-war robbery by the Soviets of Germany.

    Is the author swollen or what ???
    1. Altona
      Altona 25 June 2016 20: 20
      +25
      Quote: INVESTOR
      Is the author swollen or what ???

      --------------------
      The author apparently abuses croissants and other French rolls. The article is simply a compilation of all possible myths.
      1) "Plunder by the Soviets of post-war Germany"- they took reparations with equipment and even then a little. The Americans benefited more than ours. If we recall the "post-war plunder" in general, then nobody plundered Germany more abruptly than the Versailles Peace.
      2) "The division of Poland by Stalin and Hitler" in 1939. For some reason they don’t remember the division of Czechoslovakia of the same Poland with the same Germany, the division of France into two parts, the Anschluss of Austria, and other Nazi divisions and annexations. Moreover, how can Poland be divided if Poland had already lost statehood by the time the Red Army entered. In general, the author is simply already choking on the cream and mayonnaise of his morning breakfast.
      3) "Hitler left a power vacuum in Europe that Russia filled. Whether it cost 20 million lives is another matter." According to the logic of the author, it was necessary to leave all the full-time pre-war dictatorial puppet regimes.
      4) "Stalin's ruthless push for industrialization turned Russia from a peasant tsarist state into a powerful industrial power capable of creating weapons to defeat Hitler. Even with all the economic contradictions of communism, it would be interesting to see how the Soviet economy would have compared to others if not for the war . "
      Yes, even with the war they created the second economy in the world, built rockets and nuclear weapons, went into space with orbital stations and automatic stations to the moon and Venus. Created a huge reserve for future generations. The author apparently is not in the know.
    2. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 25 June 2016 23: 14
      -1
      Quote: INVESTOR
      It was compensated by Lend-Lease and post-war robbery by the Soviets of Germany.

      Is the author swollen or what ???

      Well, why is swollen, just expresses its point of view.
      It feels like when you read that you've heard it all. It looks like the sadness-sadness of a Pole for the injustice of the organization of the world. In a micro article about WW2 I managed to mention the United States twice and Poland four times. The significance and importance of Poland in world history is beyond doubt. One could say: "The cordinal and the haberdasher is power!" But you have to be fair: "Haberdasher is power!" Blood strangles pshek. How to rewrite history. We must say thanks to Hitler for our might, and then we must repent as accomplices.
      And you are swollen. No man is conscious and raves. Just the West is bending its line.
  • russkiy redut
    russkiy redut 25 June 2016 21: 43
    +8
    On the count of the author for such articles! Some kind of nonsense, but if there had been no war, the USSR would have shut up the Tan with the entire Zionist elite in the belt by the 50s.
    1. ISSIDOR
      ISSIDOR 25 June 2016 22: 17
      0
      That's right, the USSR in 41-42g. lost 69% of industrial enterprises and yet, the war ended in victory!
  • V.ic
    V.ic 26 June 2016 10: 17
    0
    Quote: oldseaman1957
    The United States, fattening over the oceans, doomed our people to a half-starved existence.

    Those. Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Shevarnadze, Yeltsin, Burbulis did not seem to have anything to do with it? Has everything self-created?
    1. 97110
      97110 29 June 2016 19: 46
      0
      Quote: V.ic
      Those. Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Shevarnadze, Yeltsin, Burbulis did not seem to have anything to do with it?

      The old Moreman believes that you yourself will think about "the United States by the hands of Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Shevardnadze, Yeltsin, Burbulis"
  • Blondy
    Blondy 25 June 2016 20: 20
    +15
    How Hitler made Russia a superpower

    Actually, it’s not Hitler, but Beria with Kosygin and a number of other comrades, along with all the Soviet peoples. And the author has a brain perversion.
    1. Reptiloid
      Reptiloid 25 June 2016 22: 19
      +3
      Quote: Temples
      What the hell are these freak authors posting here?
      Neither will they rest.
      .


      And then they are posted so that VO readers would understand what authors are being read by those who shoved Solzhenitsyn into the textbook, who the Pioneers-Heroes were seized and "The Story of a Real Man" as well. Apparently, such authors are read by those who decided to hang up a filthy board.
      Or maybe vice versa, so that readers understand the "paradoxical thinking" of the leadership.
      And this "paradoxical thinking can be seen on various TV programs ..
      Article minus from me !!!!
      You can understand a lot by the example of this libel. Here, imagine if there are millions of such articles !!!!
      If they are in class 1 fuckers, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10? Also about colleges, institute, graduate school?
      And if in books for reading, according to whom, literature, history, they translate into foreign?
      What will happen?
      These are questions about Ukraine. Here it turns out. And the young do not care!
    2. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 25 June 2016 23: 20
      0
      Quote: Blondy
      How Hitler made Russia a superpower

      Actually, it’s not Hitler, but Beria with Kosygin and a number of other comrades, along with all the Soviet peoples. And the author has a brain perversion.

      What a mess in my head. Russia was made a superpower by Stalin and the RCP (B.), As if someone did not want to admit it. You won’t throw words out of a song. Therefore, Stalin and hate in the West. And you, Beria ...
      1. Blondy
        Blondy 26 June 2016 07: 39
        +1
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        What a mess in my head. Russia was made a superpower by Stalin and the RCP (B.), As if someone did not want to admit it. You won’t throw words out of a song. Therefore, Stalin and hate in the West. And you, Beria ...

        It’s been a long time since I came across belligerent demagogy, and even with such aplomb of superiority. You would think that neither Beria nor Kosygin were members of the Russian Clinical Hospital, and the descendants assigned the title of best manager of all time Berry for beautiful eyes behind glasses.
        1. Mavrikiy
          Mavrikiy 27 June 2016 21: 57
          0
          Quote: Blondy
          Quote: Mavrikiy
          What a mess in my head. Russia was made a superpower by Stalin and the RCP (B.), As if someone did not want to admit it. You won’t throw words out of a song. Therefore, Stalin and hate in the West. And you, Beria ...

          It’s been a long time since I came across belligerent demagogy, and even with such aplomb of superiority. You would think that neither Beria nor Kosygin were members of the Russian Clinical Hospital, and the descendants assigned the title of best manager of all time Berry for beautiful eyes behind glasses.

          Sailed.
          1. "It's been a while since I was pushing" it happens. You’ll go mushrooms to the forest, and there’s a bear.
          2. "with militant demagoguery". And I constantly encounter creeping revisionism demagogy. "You might think that neither Beria nor Kosygin were members of the RCPB, but the title of the best manager of all times and peoples of Berry". Sorry, I knocked you down and indicated that in the heat of the moment the game is not true, of course, the CPSU (B.). So the superpowers of the country are not made by managers, but by leaders (Stalin) + apparatus (party) + masses. But Beria and Kosygin are performers of a foreign (but not alien) will.
          3. About beautiful eyes it is up to you.
          Kstiti title of best manager I do not dispute, but it is fairer to recognize him as a Hero, by the totality of merits to the country.
  • siberalt
    siberalt 25 June 2016 22: 17
    +1
    The author, of course, distorted the story, stating that Giter gave birth to the Warsaw Pact. It was his overseas accomplices that rather gave birth to NATO in 1949. And the Warsaw Pact was already a response to NATO in 1955. Whether the USSR needed to free Eastern Europe from fascism and take Berlin, let us leave the author to the conscience.
  • Sergey-8848
    Sergey-8848 25 June 2016 22: 50
    +2
    Not to the comment, but to the article - it’s official! So monstrous that - ....
  • joopel
    joopel 25 June 2016 22: 53
    +2
    Yeah! Benefactor! Can Adik Aloizych still say thanks? Will crumble! You, Oleg, it would be necessary to read nito besides the solomon of the merchant. And at the expense of the quality of life, after the collapse of the civil war, the level has steadily increased year by year. This is an indisputable fact. If it weren’t for Aloizych with his Nazi scum, I don’t even know what standard of living would be in the USSR. Probably the highest.
  • Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 25 June 2016 23: 38
    +2
    the author is now trying to pass off all the successes of the post-war construction as a result of Hitler’s attack on our country .. no, well, is he a fool?
    It doesn’t even occur to him what would happen if the Soviet Union had not lost millions of its citizens, rebuilt thousands of destroyed cities and villages, if it hadn’t restored alone everything destroyed by the Nazis ???
    Rather, the United States has become a superpower thanks to Hitler and not us ...
  • Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 25 June 2016 23: 39
    0
    In any case, by the beginning of the war with the Germans, the USSR was ready for such problems. The core of the industry created after the October Revolution allowed in a few months to switch to the production of a sufficient quantity of weapons and ammunition. Most European countries could not oppose anything like this ... Even Britain almost fell victim to German aggression. They were saved only by the fact that their rulers managed to reorient Hitler to war with the USSR ...
  • Saburov
    Saburov 26 June 2016 01: 43
    +2
    Quote: oleg-gr
    . It goes without saying that this happened due to the quality of life of citizens and through the slave labor of Gulag prisoners.


    Spawn a generation of SALZHEniedov who speaks in other words and does not even have the idea to verify the information ... My dear! Read the Constitution of the USSR !!! In all three editions !!! Exploitation and slave labor in the USSR were FORBIDDEN !!! And (do not fall out of the chair), prisoners (including the Gulag) received Wages with the ability to transfer money to relatives. (Except from 1941 to 1945) And during the war they received extra rations.
  • Pitot
    Pitot 26 June 2016 01: 49
    +1
    It seems that you wrote everything correctly, but here about slave labor - this is an excess. All nonsense like Solzhenitsker and others like him to repeat - do not respect yourself .....
  • Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 27 June 2016 15: 03
    0
    The Gulag's share in the USSR economy never exceeded 3%.
    The labor of the convicts was not slave labor; they were paid at the same rates as free citizens.
  • dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 25 June 2016 18: 50
    +39
    Well, and the article ... to Him (Hitler) should we bow to our feet now ?? Nonsense .. How many were destroyed, how many died, how many were not born .. I understand there are different views on things, but not to such an extent ..
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 25 June 2016 19: 19
      +10
      Quote: dmi.pris
      Him (Hitler) we now have to bow at the feet?

      Following this logic, also to erect a monument. yes
      1. vovanpain
        vovanpain 25 June 2016 20: 04
        +26
        Quote: Vladimirets
        Following this logic, also to erect a monument.
        The memorial plaque to the Finnish Marshal Mannerheim was removed from the facade of the building of the Military Academy of Logistics on Zakharyevskaya Street. As the correspondent of Rosbalt reports, the place that was recently decorated with a commemorative plaque was empty. Do not rush to rejoice. Most likely, the descendants of the blockades of Leningrad, who preserved memory and honor, were removed to wash off the shit that poured on the commemorative plaque of Hitler’s accomplice. Even Eugene we didn’t have enough of Hitler’s monument, we’ll also put in place sculptors and discoverers with curators. am My personal recommendation to those who oversee the project. Clean this board for ten, twenty years.
        1. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 25 June 2016 22: 32
          +1
          Most likely, she will be hanged in some institution, which would not be in front of her eyes, in a place where such articles are written or read.
    2. Reserve officer
      Reserve officer 25 June 2016 19: 24
      +35
      The United States should bow to Hitler's feet. It was precisely the states that were enriched in this war, it was due to military orders that many industrial giants rose, it was due to German scientists who settled in the states that a technological leap in further development arose. And to share victories in Europe quickly fussed. But there were no destructions and victims comparable with the USSR on American soil.
      The article is over-cynical. As the Americans say - only business and nothing personal. It's just disgusting. Such "creations" have nothing to do on a serious VO site.
      1. bulvas
        bulvas 25 June 2016 19: 37
        +4
        Quote: Reserve officer
        The article is over-cynical. As the Americans say - only business and nothing personal. It's just disgusting. Such "creations" have nothing to do on a serious VO site.


        History is full of paradoxes, as they say, that was what happened.

        In my opinion, the author only stated what happened (and can happen) as a result of the desires of some politicians to "punish Russia", and in fact, "to fairly distribute its wealth for the world community"

        Maybe someone will think ...

        I want to show them an elbow on such articles and say simply:
        - From @@!



        1. Mavrikiy
          Mavrikiy 25 June 2016 23: 54
          +1
          Quote: bulvas
          Quote: Reserve officer
          The article is over-cynical. As the Americans say - only business and nothing personal. It's just disgusting. Such "creations" have nothing to do on a serious VO site.


          History is full of paradoxes, as they say, that was what happened.

          In my opinion, the author only stated what happened (and can happen) as a result of the desires of some politicians to "punish Russia", and in fact, "to fairly distribute its wealth for the world community"

          Maybe someone will think ...!

          I do not think that the author was guided by such high thoughts when writing this libel.
          And this ending makes you think so:

          "And this is the greatest legacy that Hitler left to Russia. Russia under Putin has only a shadow of the military power and global influence of the Soviet Union. But in comparison of the military power and influence of Britain, France and Germany today with what they had in 1939, Russia Moscow could support an expeditionary force in Syria for months, with NATO barely able to muster enough resources to topple a five-bit country like Libya under Qaddafi in 2011.

          Hitler left a power vacuum in Europe that Russia filled. "

          That is, guys, lagging behind Russia. And the last phrase to the place. Although her talk is about the affairs of 70 years ago, but after the words about the present, she is perceived as reality. As if there were no 20 years of devastation-perestroika, they did not drink champagne for victory in the Cold War.
          No, they’re not thinking about the world there.
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      3. 11 black
        11 black 25 June 2016 21: 07
        +6
        Quote: Reserve officer
        The United States should bow to Hitler's feet. It was precisely the states that were enriched in this war, it was due to military orders that many industrial giants rose, it was due to German scientists who settled in the states that a technological leap in further development arose. And to share victories in Europe quickly fussed. But there were no destructions and victims comparable with the USSR on American soil.
        The article is over-cynical. As the Americans say - only business and nothing personal. It's just disgusting. Such "creations" have nothing to do on a serious VO site.

        You are right, but still worse - this is the United States (the Bush Clan) created Hitler.
        It was the USA (for big money) that helped the USSR build industry in the 30 years, it was the USA that enriched themselves in this war, at the same time weakening Europe (just filling the vacuum of power left by Hitler) and the USSR, and even getting debtors around the world and trillion profits.
        An overly cynical plan - the same as this article, only the article is also delusional ... until recently I believed in the authorship of Oleg "Linkor" - well, he had a worthy rival laughing
        1. My doctor
          My doctor 25 June 2016 21: 31
          -9
          Quote: 11 black
          You are right, but still worse - this is the United States (the Bush Clan) created Hitler.
          It was the USA (for big money) that helped the USSR build industry in the 30 years, it was the USA that enriched themselves in this war, at the same time weakening Europe (just filling the vacuum of power left by Hitler) and the USSR, and even getting debtors around the world and trillion profits.

          they also organized the First World War and put Napoleon in power and stabbed Caesar, all these are Americans, Elluminates, Freemasons and, of course, Jews according to the protocol of the Zion wise men.
      4. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 25 June 2016 23: 34
        +1
        Quote: Stock Officer

        1. The United States should bow to Hitler’s feet.

        "17 Moments of Spring" the world will curse Hitler. He let the genie out of the bottle. ”Actually, Hitler was created by the United States to fight us, but Hitler did a poor job.

        2. It was the states that were enriched in this war, it was due to military orders that many industrial giants rose, it was due to German scientists who settled in the states that a technological leap in further development arose. And to share victories in Europe quickly fussed. But there were no destructions and victims comparable with the USSR on American soil.

        In 1MB it was already. Everything is in blood, and they are in white. They did not fuss, but blackmailed and intimidated. It didn’t work out, help was offered, Marshall’s plan.
        3. The article is super-cynical. As the Americans say - only business and nothing personal. Just disgusting.

        I am joining. But nothing surprising - an alien mind.
        4. Such "creations" have nothing to do on a serious VO site.
    3. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 25 June 2016 19: 28
      +8
      And in general, this is "Notes from a madhouse", and not how the demoniac did good ..
  • Koshak
    Koshak 25 June 2016 18: 51
    +10
    The afftor country could be made a "superpower" in this way .... angry Failed "greatness from sea to sea", No. now the former "allies" are talking nonsense. negative
  • Vladimir 1964
    Vladimir 1964 25 June 2016 18: 53
    +7
    Becoming far from stupid, but did not like it specifically, aimed specifically at obserating Russia. Once again, I wonder where the owners of our site live. Even if the article is even one-time, what is it for? I don’t understand unnecessary "uryakala" but I don’t understand such articles either.
    1. popandopulo
      popandopulo 25 June 2016 19: 10
      +10
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      Becoming far from stupid, but did not like it specifically, aimed specifically at obserating Russia. Once again, I wonder where the owners of our site live. Even if the article is even one-time, what is it for? I don’t understand unnecessary "uryakala" but I don’t understand such articles either.

      and ask local moderators, they do not work part-time on the echo of Moscow?
      1. bulvas
        bulvas 25 June 2016 19: 59
        +3
        Quote: popandopulo
        Once again I wonder where the owners of our site live.


        Quote: popandopulo
        and ask local moderators, they do not work part-time on the echo of Moscow?



        Where does such fear come from other people's thoughts?

        Let them write, speak, time has shown that there are enough healthy forces in the country

        And most importantly, they are afraid of us for this, that people consciously, without pressure, make the right choice

    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 25 June 2016 19: 20
      +2
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      why is she?

      So that the brain does not swim with fat. smile
  • Mixweb
    Mixweb 25 June 2016 18: 57
    +8
    If, if ... History does not tolerate the subjunctive mood. Russia has always been and will be a bone in the throat of the west. And while Western civilization exists, attacks on our country will continue.
  • bastard
    bastard 25 June 2016 18: 57
    +1
    How Hitler made Russia a superpower

    What ??? Or maybe he should erect a monument in Moskvachkala and St. Putinburg? Huh?
    Get fucked up! I can not imagine a square or square to them. A. A. Hitler.
    Does it somehow coincide with Mannerheim on occasion? Schyas, the re-shoe of the vulva in Medina’s bast shoes will come, it will make everything clear that we’re kind of friends with him at one time.
    I’ll go and drink vodka, otherwise it’s sausage.
    1. vovanpain
      vovanpain 25 June 2016 19: 50
      +10
      Quote: villain
      What ??? Or maybe he should erect a monument in Moskvachkala and St. Putinburg? Huh?

      And you do not live by chance Khuryupinsk respected? Go drink some vodka. Maybe then learn how to write the city correctly, dear Scoundrel. yes
      1. bastard
        bastard 25 June 2016 20: 08
        +5
        Quote: vovanpain
        And you do not happen Khuryupinsk respected?

        It is there, gracious sovereign! Everywhere you go - everything is Obersheisingen, but we live normally. And how did you guess the first time?

        Prize! Where to send chocolate and carrot liquor? fellow
        Quote: vovanpain
        Go drink some vodka.

        Thank you, my dear, I drank already, it was so prettier right away, let go, by golly! And have a good meal, my friend is heartfelt. And I wish you the same with all my heart! drinks
        Quote: vovanpain
        maybe then learn to write cities correctly, my dear Wretch.

        Duc, I’m this, my friend, I immediately train to write them correctly. Waking up soon, my dear friend You are mine. Here!
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 25 June 2016 20: 35
          +9
          Quote: villain
          ! Everywhere you go - everything is Obersheisingen, but we live normally

          Excellent, good the most beloved Scoundrel. good
          Quote: villain
          Prize! Where to send chocolate and carrot liquor?

          Keep yourself worthy. hi
          Quote: villain
          And I wish you the same with all my heart!

          Thank you, I’m better than a brandy from Stavropl "Elder" 7-year-old under a lemon. drinks
          Quote: villain
          Waking up soon, my dear friend You are mine. Here!

          Very happy for you. yes hi drinks
          1. bastard
            bastard 25 June 2016 20: 58
            +3
            Quote: vovanpain
            Thank you, I’m better than a brandy from Stavropl "Elder" 7-year-old under a lemon.

            Great drink! For sale, relatively inexpensive, tried. And try like this:
            to precipitate the first sip with lemon and then mix the chocolate + stale cheese on a fine grater so that it is salty; True, I salt the fish myself. And then we combine. How the taste and cognac and snacks are changing!
            Some said at first that they were a pervert, but then they sucked in. drinks hi good fellow
            1. vovanpain
              vovanpain 25 June 2016 21: 22
              +8
              Quote: villain
              And try like this:

              Thank you colleague! hi I will definitely use your recipe, but request unfortunately not today, since there are not enough several ingredients, and I don’t want to go to the store, I’ll have to postpone it to the next day off, and now I’m old-fashioned for a few sips, sucking on a lemon sprinkled with a pinch of sugar. hi drinks good drinks
            2. vovanpain
              vovanpain 25 June 2016 21: 50
              +7
              Quote: villain
              Great drink! For sale, relatively inexpensive, tried.

              What minusers are you, for the recipe, you flog the minuses, they completely collapsed from the oak tree, it is better to use the recipe of colleagues De .... Bl .... fool
              1. bastard
                bastard 25 June 2016 22: 16
                +3
                Quote: vovanpain
                You minusers that, for the recipe, flog minuses, completely collapsed from the oak tree, better use the recipe De .... Bl ....

                Some schoolchildren do not like my profile picture, in a dream they tremble, the devils seem. laughing
                But in general, some kind of paskuda like on my behalf minus the comments with the answers to me, like I do it. Here is a rat trellis!
                1. vovanpain
                  vovanpain 25 June 2016 22: 34
                  +8
                  Quote: villain
                  Here is a rat trellis!

                  Yes, actually this is not the first day that has happened, in any news that is not open all the forum users are red like tomatoes in the fall request I minus you, I’m speaking directly to my colleague, but in this news, only for Moskvachka and St. Putinburg, no matter how you treat the leaders of the state and those who come to them, these are our cities and it’s not worth distorting their names. And the rest, my colleague, I’m I agree with you. I’m sorry my colleague, if I offended, I will take a little cognac for lemon, for your health drinks hi
                  1. bastard
                    bastard 25 June 2016 23: 05
                    +2
                    Quote: vovanpain
                    I minus you, I’m speaking directly to a colleague, but in this news, only for Moskvachkala and St. Putinburg,

                    Well so it is sometimes I joke, I have to sneeze for the most part.
                    These names are from here:
                    https://lurkmirror.ml/Москва
                    https://lurkmirror.ml/Питер
                    And the avatar is also from here:
                    https://lurkmirror.ml/Радиация
                    I recommend to familiarization. good
                    start with radiation.
    2. Altona
      Altona 25 June 2016 20: 45
      +4
      Quote: villain
      Get fucked up! I can not imagine a square or square to them. A. A. Hitler.

      -------------------
      I won’t be surprised if Adolfo-Aloizovsky Boulevard appears somewhere. Mr. Medinsky will somehow justify this fact. Mannerheim was recorded as honored Russian generals, and it’s nothing that he cut out Russian children in concentration camps, and that the Finns themselves call him the Butcher.
      1. bastard
        bastard 26 June 2016 03: 44
        +3
        Quote: Altona
        I won’t be surprised if Adolfo-Aloizovsky Boulevard appears somewhere. Mr. Medinsky will somehow justify this fact.

        Citizen MuMedina noble shoe, tongue suspended well, muscular, rough and calloused. Anus to the 14th grade of processing purity brings who needs it. To him, a queue for six months in advance is painted by fans of this simple procedure. laughing
        1. popandopulo
          popandopulo 28 June 2016 19: 57
          +5
          Sorry Comrade, even though you have chosen such a strange nickname, but I’m your supporter, you are right, these villains are yours, in this case opponents and site administrators.
  • Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 25 June 2016 19: 00
    +11
    The article is frankly provocative, and biased! A tip to the author, write better fiction.
    1. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 25 June 2016 19: 30
      +2
      Yes, this is just "Notes from a madhouse" and not an article about how the demoniac did good ..
  • faterdom
    faterdom 25 June 2016 19: 02
    +6
    It would be better if this Englishman studied the law of the name of another Englishman - Hook, then he would know that there is a direct proportion between how much you compress the spring and how much you get in the forehead with this spring. And he would not have to practice the paradox of his thinking.
    But ... or does it seem to me that these guys from NATO are again pampered there with a spring from the world axis?
    1. bastard
      bastard 25 June 2016 19: 12
      +9
      Quote: faterdom
      It would be better if this Englishman studied the law of the name of another Englishman - Hook, then he would know that there is a direct proportion between how much you compress the spring and how much you get in the forehead with this spring.

      What do you! Sopromat for author is beyond science. laughing
      this is he
      1. iliitchitch
        iliitchitch 25 June 2016 23: 13
        +1
        Quote: villain
        What do you! Sopromat for author is beyond science.
        this is he

        Sopromat is when a template breaks. All stresses online are calculated at the moment. And this is only so far physics.
        1. bastard
          bastard 25 June 2016 23: 27
          0
          Quote: iliitch
          Sopromat is when a template breaks. And this is physics so far.

          Is it not a matter of physics? True, I have an old textbook, Feodosiev 1970. release, but solid.
          I'm kidding, I understood the joke. smile
  • iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 25 June 2016 19: 03
    +1
    Some nonsense is written by this Michael. The trouble with the bourgeoisie with his head. Schminegret is full in the spinal cord, and what do we do with them?
  • ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 25 June 2016 19: 05
    +1
    The Northern War forged Russia, Napoleonic hardened, and imprisoned the Great Patriotic War.
  • PKK
    PKK 25 June 2016 19: 05
    +9
    The author wrote a one-sided opinion and did not reach the main reasons for the victory of the USSR in the Second World War. The main reasons are two. The first is the Great Russian People and the Second Great Priestly Phenomenon of Stalin, unattainable by anyone. There would be no War, Spark of the People and Stalin, Great Deeds would be done anyway. to study the works of Menyailov.
    1. bastard
      bastard 25 June 2016 19: 15
      +3
      Quote: PKK
      Cases. The author to study the works of Menyailov.

      Even "Durilka" will not pull, we will keep silent about "Catharsis", otherwise he will spend the rest of his days in the local "Kashchenko" and again the Russians will be to blame. hi
  • DREDD
    DREDD 25 June 2016 19: 10
    +6
    Yes, if there hadn’t been that war, then the USSR, given its fantastic development, would have been the undisputed leader on the planet.
  • sir_obs
    sir_obs 25 June 2016 19: 11
    +4
    I don't even see the point in commenting on this "masterpiece". To show any emotions to people who are sick to their hearts, except for sincere regret, about incurability, is at least sreshno.
  • Monos
    Monos 25 June 2016 19: 16
    +12
    The author is a cheap provocateur. The next article will be about the fact that Stalin instinctively provoked Hitler to create a superpower.
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  • DREDD
    DREDD 25 June 2016 19: 20
    +11
    It would be better if the author analyzed the connection between the Second World War and the phenomenal growth of the US economy. It would be much more interesting.
  • gorozhanka74
    gorozhanka74 25 June 2016 19: 21
    +13
    Afftar’s wish is to read documents instead of watching movies and fantasy Hollywood spills .... nonsense, turbidity, tin. Or in Kashchenko?
    1. bastard
      bastard 25 June 2016 19: 45
      +4
      Quote: gorozhanka74
      Afftar’s wish is to read documents instead of watching movies and fantasy Hollywood spills .... nonsense, turbidity, tin. Or in Kashchenko?

      To Kashchenka, my soul, to Kashchenka! Right away! You see, Tanya, the papers to read this hard lesson, to strain the nerve node between the ears of the nada, because there eroticism and magic in the refined form are completely absent, and from his fantasy the confusion has already become awkward. So in Kashchenka, chlorpromazine, haloperidol in the head and a cleansing enema with bleach.
      My regards. hi
      1. PKK
        PKK 25 June 2016 21: 03
        +3
        But is it not contagious? And then such authors got divorced through one.
        1. bastard
          bastard 25 June 2016 21: 57
          0
          Quote: PKK
          But is it not contagious? And then such authors got divorced through one.

          Infectious, transmitted through the media. Especially through TV and the Internet.
          Prevention:
          in childhood - small doses of infection with an immediate combination with vitamin P (er, a belt, that is), develops immunity, which is usually stable for many years.
          In a very mature age, in most cases, it is not treated, an example is Ukraine.
          Regarding the etiology, pathogenesis, and everything else, I think the doctors present here will better explain, for example: Balu and Dr. Bormental. Scientific and at the same time intelligible language.
  • Castor oil
    Castor oil 25 June 2016 19: 23
    +6
    The author, but wanted to say something? Thanks to comrade Hitler for our happy childhood or what ???
    1. Vasyan1971
      Vasyan1971 25 June 2016 19: 48
      +3
      Quote: Castor_ka
      The author, but wanted to say something? Thanks to comrade Hitler for our happy childhood or what ???

      And a memorial plaque next to Mannerheim’s hang. Yeah!
  • Atlant-1164
    Atlant-1164 25 June 2016 19: 25
    +4
    at such a pace WE will soon publish the mine kampf on VO in the original .. this great figure of Germany. marasmus grows stronger.
  • Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 25 June 2016 19: 28
    +7
    Hitler killed 26 MILLION of our grandfathers and we became a superpower? What nonsense. USSR and then was a superpower.
    1. KBR109
      KBR109 25 June 2016 20: 00
      +7
      Moreover, the BEST MILLION gene pool and color of the nation.
  • masiya
    masiya 25 June 2016 19: 33
    +4
    Govnyuk - (Written by Michael Peck) what is written is complete nonsense, what a livid dog bit the author. and he wrote this ... doesn’t fit into any framework, well, if someone likes it, please ... chew on mad rabbit, western hund ...
  • vanavatny
    vanavatny 25 June 2016 19: 34
    +7
    nuuu, there are at least 5 muds in the world: the author and 4 plus
    1. Atlant-1164
      Atlant-1164 25 June 2016 19: 45
      +4
      Quote: vanavate
      nuuu, there are at least 5 muds in the world: the author and 4 plus
      ..HERE)
  • Vasyan1971
    Vasyan1971 25 June 2016 19: 46
    +5
    This Peck is not all right with the brains.
    Ah, what a hitler darling and progressor! We - with a superpower contributed. Hebrews - the holy state helped to create. With a peaceful atom helped. The path to space has opened. Straight - I don’t even know!
    1. bastard
      bastard 25 June 2016 23: 11
      +1
      Quote: Vasyan1971
      This Peck is not all right with the brains.

      Excuse me, what? belay
  • stas
    stas 25 June 2016 19: 48
    +2
    Thanks to the Victory in the Great Patriotic War, we have become a state of world significance.

    author -> author -> author is not a good person, Russophobe and radish.

    Why put such crap on VO.
  • gammipapa
    gammipapa 25 June 2016 19: 49
    +5
    The author, also that author. If there wasn’t a great domestic one, then the USSR in a few years would have overtaken not only Europe but the United States in economic development. And half of the Europeans would not have to be attached by force to the social camp, they themselves would crawl on half-bent and break, bow and ask for him on any roles. The damage from the war was enormous.
  • KBR109
    KBR109 25 June 2016 19: 49
    +2
    An article for fans of the Bologna education system. Even the author’s birth year for united Germany, he managed to indicate incorrectly 1870 instead of 71. But what about the fact that the Führer was fostered for nuggle-saxon money and lowered to the USSR as a mad dog? But what about the faithful comrade-in-arms G. Mannerheim and the fanfare of the memorial plaque opened to him? But this is a completely different story ...
  • Igor V
    Igor V 25 June 2016 19: 50
    +2
    It is not clear why such an article was published? If she had been on another resource, I would not have read, and here everything seems to be a thought, but it turned out that we had established regimes with bayonets, especially in Bulgaria and Romania.
  • atamankko
    atamankko 25 June 2016 19: 53
    +3
    The author clearly needs to be treated in a psychiatric hospital until the end of his worthless life.
  • Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 25 June 2016 19: 58
    +2
    Well, only the States won in WWII, however, they failed to knock out ALL the participants. Germany and Britain were weakened as much as possible, and the USSR, in spite of the enormous destruction and losses, STRENGTHENED. Because he learned to mobilize resources and concentrate on the main areas. It is in the genes of our people - to mobilize when there is danger, when the enemy is at the gate ... And in vain now the striped-eared poke a stick at the Russian bear. What if it is NOT LONGLY LONG?
  • Barakuda
    Barakuda 25 June 2016 20: 02
    +3
    History abhors a connotative mood. Or maybe a monument to Hitler could be erected? it is possible .. at the grave forgive the author. And then, one morning, the "atalef" with the "professor" smashed with a sledgehammer.
  • sogdianec
    sogdianec 25 June 2016 20: 15
    +3
    Hints, omissions. Benchmarks: Hitler, Stalin, the Soviet Union, the expansion of the empire, the capture of Europe, without Hitler nothing would have happened, the Warsaw Pact, Hitler again. As a result - Hitler and Russia in one bottle. A poor European man in the street haws such d ... mo as a complete louse, and this is under the sauce of the myth of "universal human values", arguments about democracy and liberalism.
  • Stinger
    Stinger 25 June 2016 20: 17
    +6
    Under Putin, Russia has only a shadow of military power and the global influence of the Soviet Union.

    It would be better if this author investigated how Hitler made savages out of the Germans in 7 years, and not without the help of the signers of the Versailles Treaty, who decided to continuously crush Germany as the loser of the First World War. By the way, now they are also trying to put pressure on Russia as having lost the Cold War. Do you want to try to experience the "shadow of the past power"?
  • Flinky
    Flinky 25 June 2016 20: 40
    +2
    Hitler is just a pawn bought by a puffer and a mattress. Ahead is the most terrible and last battle - not for the sake of glory, for the sake of life on Earth.
  • ovod84
    ovod84 25 June 2016 20: 41
    +7
    It would be good if this war were not there, even if the USSR was an ordinary power, I would be glad of it. But so many people did not die b, including from starvation of the cold and from bullets.
    1. boforss
      boforss 26 June 2016 00: 00
      +2
      It would be good if this war were not there, even if the USSR was an ordinary power, I would be glad of it. But so many people did not die b, including from hunger and cold bullets

      One of the main German war criminals Jodl at the Nuremberg trials said:
      “We escaped a military catastrophe only because 110 French and British divisions remained completely inactive against 23 German divisions in the West ... Our reserves were ridiculously small, and we got out of the situation solely due to the fact that there was no military action in the West. "
      England and France added fire in the outbreak of the Second World War. General Secretary of the French Communist Party Maurice Thorez: "Our rulers did not want to anger Hitler, they cherished the hope of bargaining with him on the day when he attacks the Soviet Union."
      About how they delayed the opening of the second front at the request of the USSR in order to weaken Hitler’s forces back in 1941, I’m not saying that this would significantly reduce the duration of the war and save many lives.
  • Prisoner
    Prisoner 25 June 2016 20: 42
    +3
    For such headlines it is necessary to beat in the face and not with a fist, but with a sledgehammer.
  • ovod84
    ovod84 25 June 2016 20: 42
    0
    I didn’t even read the article, the title itself is disgusting
  • Sergey-8848
    Sergey-8848 25 June 2016 22: 00
    0
    Brain twist.
  • NordUral
    NordUral 25 June 2016 22: 14
    0
    An article about anything.
  • BastaKarapuzik And
    BastaKarapuzik And 25 June 2016 22: 33
    +1
    Yes, everything is turned inside out.

    There is a fact - they went through the flame of war and steel, at the cost of tremendous exertion of forces, much stronger. BUT Hitler did NOTHING for this to happen.

    He played the role of classic evil, through which trials come into the world, but he does not earn any plus in his "reputation" with this. All his aspirations and all actions were aimed at evil, and everything happened not thanks to but contrary to his desires. What is his "reward" in this case?

    Evil remains evil, even if his plans are not destined to come true.
    1. yehat
      yehat 27 June 2016 15: 55
      0
      Quote: BastaKarapuzikI
      Hitler ... He played the role of classic evil

      Yes, no one is evil in nature and Hitler is no exception. He did a lot to consolidate Germany and improve its economic situation, the position of ordinary Germans is a fact. But the path for this chose slippery and they led him to the wrong place. I am sure he considered himself a benefactor to the very end, and not only for the Germans.
      Evil is not a property of a fact, but an assessment of this fact by someone. Understand this.
      A simple burgher squealed with joy when from France and other parts of Europe the flow of products made many people live well in the Reich. And some clever man and aristocrats understood that the Germans would pay for it sooner or later and very expensively. A simple German soldier with pleasure walked around the brothels of Paris, but someone in Germany and France did not like it. Many views are the result of a personal assessment of events, rather than their content.
      Better tell me who brought more evil - Chamberlain Daladier, who set the Germans on the neighbors or Hitler himself, who could not help but take what he was given.
  • INF
    INF 25 June 2016 22: 51
    0
    I didn’t read it, but apparently it’s already Hitler who needs to say thanks to the name ...
  • boforss
    boforss 25 June 2016 23: 01
    +3
    Brain twist.
    it’s a twist of history. What does Hitler and Stalin divide Poland?
    On September 1, 1939, Hitler attacked Poland, after Poland broke up under German blows, on September 17, 1939, the Soviet government ordered them to enter the territory of Western Ukraine and Western Belarus and protect the population and lands, note Ukrainian and Belarusian. Which Poland captured in 1920. Within 12 days, the Red Army marched west 250-350 km and liberated the territory of Western Ukraine and Belarus.

    Prominent English politician D. Lloyd George wrote to the Polish ambassador in London on September 28, 1939. “Russian armies have occupied territories that are not Polish and which were seized by force by Poland after World War I. The inhabitants of Polish Ukraine belong to the same race and enjoy the same language that their neighbors living on the territory of the Soviet Ukrainian Republic. I consider it a matter of paramount importance to immediately pay attention to these important considerations. I did this out of fear that we would inadvertently start a war against Russia. succumbing to the impression that her intervention has the same character as the Germanic ...It would be an act of criminal insanity to place the Russian advance on a par with the advance of the Germans. ".
    On October 1, 1939, W. Churchill said in his radio speech: "The fact that the Russian armies were to be on this line were absolutely necessary for the security of Russia against the German threat ...."
  • boforss
    boforss 25 June 2016 23: 37
    +2
    And there was Russia, the mysterious communist giant, overcome by Stalinist purges, a colossus with feet of clay that could barely cope with little Finland in 1939-1940

    The author seriously believes that Finland itself, what could it have done without strong allies? Former President P.E. Svinhufvud put forward a thesis that has become the main principle of Finland's foreign policy: "Any enemy of Russia must always be Finland's friend." Their number of friends included not only England, France and the USA, but also Hitler's Germany and Japan. The Germans needed a bridgehead to attack the USSR.
    Throughout 1938-39. Finland armed itself using American loans and Anglo-French supplies of military materials. Under the leadership of German specialists, the Mannerheim Line fortifications were erected on the Karelian Isthmus.
    According to Chamberlain’s statement on March 19, 1940, England sent 101 aircraft, 214 guns, 185 thousand shells, 50 thousand hand grenades, 15 700 air bombs, 10 thousand anti-tank mines, to Finland. France - 175 aircraft, 496 guns, more than 5 thousand machine guns, 400 sea mines, 200 thousand grenades. 20 million rounds. The United States provided a loan for the purchase of American weapons.
    Sweden provided over 84 thousand rifles, 300 guns, 50 million rounds of ammunition, 30 thousand shells, 25 aircraft. etc. Over 8 thousand Swedes participated in hostilities in Finland.
    Not to mention the pressure the Soviet Union experienced, how the United States imposed a "moral embargo" on trade with the USSR, how, under pressure from the Western powers, the USSR was expelled from the League of Nations, how the Parisian police raided the Soviet trade mission, as well as Intourist and the former Soviet school in Paris. As England and France put pressure on Norway and Sweden to let in 150 thousand military expeditionary forces.
    Purges talk, tell us about the purges in Finland, where the arrests of the "unreliable" were made.
    Article ha ... but !!!!!
  • iouris
    iouris 25 June 2016 23: 46
    +1
    Superpower is an empty concept. Hitler - Chancellor of Germany and the Fuhrer of the German nation, hired manager. He led Germany and its people to disaster.
    The only superpower is the USA. But not the United States - a country, but the United States - a North American cluster of multinational corporations that take money on credit from the Federal Reserve System (FRS). The Fed is a private entity that prints and sells US dollars.
    Russia could become a superpower if it could not enter the first world war.
  • Operator
    Operator 26 June 2016 00: 18
    +1
    "Hitler left a power vacuum in Europe that Russia filled" - Michael Peck.

    Hitler Germany did not leave a vacuum of power in Europe. This vacuum was created by Europeans themselves during the construction of a post-war pluralistic society led by European bureaucrats in Brussels.

    But Russia only filled the vacuum with its strategic missile forces and polite people bully
  • Undermined ustoev
    Undermined ustoev 26 June 2016 00: 31
    +1
    Instead, half of Germany was occupied by the Red Army, making its citizens part of the Russian empire.
    Obscurantist. The Soviet Union was also far from the empire, like a pig from ballet.
  • Olegovi4
    Olegovi4 26 June 2016 00: 55
    +1
    some nasty feeling after reading this opus. invites Hitler to say thank you? as if stepping into a cow’s cake.
  • 1536
    1536 26 June 2016 01: 19
    +1
    The Germans must be prohibited from publishing their fabrications about their Fuhrer! This must be done at the UN level. Extremism and revenge of the Germans should not capture the leading position in Europe.
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 26 June 2016 02: 49
      0
      Yeah. And we shouldn't write about Suvorov-Kutuzov, About Bering (although he did not discover it) Well, there Miklukha-Makhlai finally was engaged in "nonsense". And foolishly California is not ours. like Hawaii.
      The emperor, in my opinion, is a specific birth control, and you don’t bow to him .. How many - RUSSIAN was shit.
    2. yehat
      yehat 27 June 2016 15: 44
      0
      didn't understand what's wrong with voicing revenge?
      Or do you think that after a shameful deal in the trailer, the Germans had to pay reparations for a quiet many years and not speak?
      Revenge was inevitable, too much evil sowed by the British and British at the end of the WWII.
      And you need to write about him, as well as about his reasons.
  • Evgeny59
    Evgeny59 26 June 2016 02: 55
    -3
    I read an article in translation probably a day or two ago, but now I clicked on the original source and Yandex browser stopped downloading from this site: "Attackers may try to steal your data from the site: nationalinterest.org (for example, passwords, messages or bank card numbers)" ...
    The interesting thing is that when I read in the translation, the article really was true, almost. But on Military Review, everything is perverted, nothing was left of the original source, only a vile feeling remained.
  • yuriy55
    yuriy55 26 June 2016 03: 27
    +2
    The author is the most common hangman from the State Department.
    First. stop This "tattered" (receiving "snot") at different times by the Russian troops, Europe extolled the ambitious corporal into the "great" conquerors of peoples. In the USSR, he received what he deserved, albeit at the cost of huge human and material losses ... He received from the Great People, for which no "authorities" had yet been created, who did not submit to violence, was not afraid of death, camps, or obscurity ...

    The second one. All literacy tales in tsarist Russia (in terms of the presence of a huge number of people with secondary or primary education) were compiled by whom? what Or were there extras in those days? No. Or in those days there were high-speed ways of moving and transmitting information? No. There were two or three literate people in the whole village who could write a petition or read an article belay And literacy was indeed considered a person who could write his own surname and read a short text by syllables yesIf the concept of literacy includes not only the ability to put words out of letters and sign in a certain column, but also the ability to understand situations that life often leads to, then we can honestly say that many of us have more than once "bought" on the tricks of all kinds of political dealers and just swindlers (that's why there are more than 700 banks and hundreds of "quick money" offices in the Russian Federation, and in the provinces from year to year they "catch", if they want to, embezzlers, bribes and corrupt officials) ... yes
  • yuriy55
    yuriy55 26 June 2016 03: 27
    +4
    The third. As for historical memory, there is no need for a Russian person to renounce his own historical truth, no matter how bitter it may be. yes True, stop at all times there were scribblers who were profitable to denigrate our achievements. to diminish the significance of our victories and to inflate the bubbles of failures and mistakes to balls of universal scale fool The truth is that in spite of ... and contrary to everything, we continue to live in such a way that even overseas it warps a certain number of idiots who consider that Russians can stand for cookies and green papers in the vine, all at once, in a bundle ... negative

    Authors like Michael PeckI give free advice:
    DON'T WRITE US ABOUT US ANYWHERE AND WE WILL NOT SAY WHICH PLACE YOU NEED TO ERASE THIS ARTICLE ...
    soldier