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Potsdam Conference: First Steps on the Way to Confrontation

The leaders of ant-Hitler coalition gathered for the Potsdam (Berlin) conference (July 17-August 2) to draw a line under World War II. It was the third conference between the leaders of the Big Three nations and the last postwar event in this format. Only six months had passed since the previous conference in Yalta but many urgent issues surfaced to be addressed without delay...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 22.07.2015


 

Quite Right Mr. President

Western mainstream media listen to President Vladimir Putin’s public statements only long enough to find a lever with which to distort his words. From Crimean reunification and MH17 to the origins of World War II, western propagandists — surely, we shouldn’t call them journalists — will fasten on to anything to ridicule or attack the Russian president...

Michael Jabara CARLEY | 03.07.2015


 

Seventy years after defeating the Nazis. The history of Germany’s demilitarization

There is a direct link between the factual refusal of the US and UK to disarm Germany at the end of WWII - either militarily or economically - as demanded by the Yalta and Potsdam conferences and the West’s current support for the neo-Nazi regime in Ukraine. Then, as now, the Anglo-American elite was ready to cooperate with anyone, as long as it got them closer to reaching the Anglo-Saxons’ primary, longstanding strategic objective, which was to destroy Russia...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 17.06.2015


 

Operation Unthinkable – Allies Were Bearing Secret Malice

...Not later than April 1945 Churchill instructed the British Armed Forces' Joint Planning Staff to draw up Operation Unthinkable, a code name of two related plans of a conflict between the Western allies and the Soviet Union. The generals were asked to devise means to “impose upon Russia the will of the United States and the British Empire”. The hypothetical date for the start of the Allied invasion of Soviet-held Europe was scheduled for 1 July 1945. In the final days of the war against the Hitler’s Germany London started preparations to strike the Soviet Union from behind...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 25.05.2015


 

Golden Prague was Liberated by Soviet Tanks

The act of unconditional capitulation signed on May 9, 1945 did not put an end to hostilities in Europe... The new government of Gross Admiral (Grand Admiral) Karl Dönitz resisted the Soviet troops in the western and central parts of Czechoslovakia... On May 10-11 three Ukrainian fronts continued to move west. On May 11, the Soviet forces met the 3d US Army at Karlsbad-Plzen-Klatovy-Ceske Budejovice (Budweis) line. The last Soviet offensive in Europe was over. Unlike many other European capitals Prague cherishes the memory of its liberators. Milos Zeman, the President of Czech Republic, happened to be the only EU leader to ignore the peremptory shout from Washington and visit Moscow to mark the 70 th anniversary of Great Victory.  

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 12.05.2015


 

War Threat Rises as Economy Declines

...Washington’s aggression and blatant propaganda have convinced Russia and China that Washington intends war, and this realization has drawn the two countries into a strategic alliance. Russia’s May 9 Victory Day celebration of the defeat of Hitler is a historical turning point. Western governments boycotted the celebration, and the Chinese were there in their place. For the first time Chinese soldiers marched in the parade with Russian soldiers, and the president of China sat next to the president of Russia...

Paul Craig ROBERTS | 11.05.2015


 

Great Victory. Height to Be Kept at Any Price!

...Karlshorst is a locality in the borough of Lichtenberg in Berlin. The ceremony was taking place on May 9, 1945, 0.43 Moscow time, in the former dining room of a 'Pionier-Schule' (military academy of the Germany army) in Berlin – Karlshorst. The unconditional surrender of Germany was signed by General Feld Marshal Wilhelm Keitel, the chief of Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, General Admiral Georg von Friedburg, the supreme commander of the navy, Colonel General Hans-Jürgen Stumpff, a representative of the air force. Marshall of the Soviet Union Georg Zhukov, who chaired the ceremony, asked the German delegation to leave the room. Then he cordially congratulated the representatives of allies...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 09.05.2015


 

Reparations from World War II: That Case Is Not Yet Closed

...Reparations from the era of the Second World War have not reemerged as a subject of discussion since 1975 when the Helsinki Accords were signed. However, in the late twentieth century the West unilaterally shattered the Yalta-Potsdam system of international relations and circumvented the precepts that had been formalized in the Helsinki Accords in 1975. With this in mind, it makes sense to refresh our collective memory regarding the history of German reparations and resubmit the bill that resulted from that war, which Germany has never paid in full. 

Valentin KATASONOV | 08.05.2015


 

Breslau and Dresden to Be Liberated After Berlin

…Germany was losing one line of defense after another; the government led by Karl Dönitz replaced the government of Hitler who committed suicide. Berlin fell. But the forces concentrated in Breslau continued to resist. There were different reasons. The Goebbels propaganda promised a “miracle weapon” to change the tide of war. There were hopes the anti-Germany alliance would split apart leading to the start of separate talks between Germany and Anglo-Americans

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 06.05.2015


 

The Economic Price of the Soviet Victory in the Great Patriotic War

The West continues to disavow the USSR’s momentous contribution to the defeat of Nazi Germany and her satellites. But there is documentary proof that can refute any speculation on this subject. Suffice it to point to the economic price of the victory won by the people of the Soviet Union...The USSR bore the burden of 53% of all the military expenditures and direct economic damages to the four victorious countries (USSR, USA, Great Britain, and France). Stalin was exactly right when he suggested at the Yalta Conference that half of all the German reparations should be paid to the Soviet Union...

Valentin KATASONOV | 06.05.2015




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70-th Anniversary of «The Bomb's» Use Against Civilians

It has been 70 years since the United States became the only nation in history that deployed two atomic «weapons of mass destruction» against civilian populations. On August 6, 1945, a B-29 known as the Enola Gay took off from Tinian island, north of Guam. After flying six hours to the main Japanese island of Honshu, pilot Paul Tibbets flew his aircraft over the city of Hiroshima released «Little Boy», an atomic bomb with the explosive power of 16 kilotons of TNT...

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