Year 1994. Just a set of pictures for this topic.
Occupying Germany for fifty years to teach them how to be civil, seems to have been long enough. I hope no-one needs to do that again.
Has been replaced by the new NATO forces while the former german occupants are still there keeping the country under tight control. Germany and the germans are not free as of today ans the falsely named peace i.e. defence forces called NATO advanced every further to the east occuping ever more nations and forcing them to shoulder ever more monr of the cost even though they are poor cash strapped nations
In withdrawing its troops, Russia paid dearly for its naivete !!
We simply made room for NATO to occupy empty territory and then use it as a base to threaten and coerce us !!
Thankfully, in part, Putin contained the situation !!
They also “liberate” Czechoslovakia in 68…and it became a big prison.Russia wanted to “free” a lot of country ,without asking the peoples advice!
They should have never entered in the first place.
Tell it to the Nazis!
If they had not entered they would not have to leave.
To Tomas from Marienbad: Perhaps you want to clarify your comments? Are you suggesting that when the Red Army reached the German border, they should have stopped and told the Germans: “Look, we’re a little miffed that you invaded us and killed millions of our men, woman and children. However, we’ll be happy to stop here if you promise not to invade us again”. Seems a bit unlikely to me, but maybe I’m just overly pessimistic. Perhaps you had something else in mind when you wrote that “They should have never entered in the first place”? I hope it is not that you would have preferred Nazi Germany to have won the war…
Ben, you teach Tomas the lesson of history. Or maybe Tomas needs to fully grasp the magnitude and extent of suffering Germany inflicted not only to Soviet Russia but to the free world as a whole in the last great war.
Touche. Solid arguments. Keep up the amazing work. Melba Jasun Volny
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