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  1. It's not just some amateur narrative, it's official Ukrainian policy. Zelenskiy has always said the goal was to get the whole country back. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2023/09/20/zelensky-keeps-maximalist-war-goals-despite-gop-opposition-aid/
  2. Barely 10% of Europeans believe Ukraine can still defeat Russia, finds poll https://www.theguardian.com/world/2024/feb/21/barely-10-per-cent-of-europeans-believe-ukraine-can-defeat-russia-poll
  3. His body has probably already been cremated to prevent forensics. Just like Osama Bin Laden was "buried at sea" so nobody could check the official narrative.
  4. Do you mean it's less likely that it was the actual USA itself, or that you don't think it was any country aligned with the US?
  5. I don't think this is new information though? There were two lines, each with two pipes (A & B). Nordstream 1 had both pipes destroyed, Nordstream 2 only had one pipe destroyed. But, interestingly, there were four explosions. Nordstream 2 Pipe A was blown up two times at two different times, in two different locations. Leaving Pipe B intact. All this is on the Wiki. To me , this suggests that whoever was behind the bombings intended all four pipes to be destroyed, but that they made a mistake and hit the same pipe twice. Probably because they were in a hurry and there was poor visibility in the water.
  6. Same issue with mortar halftracks in the WW2 titles.
  7. Michael Clarke is a popular military expert who is often interviewed on TV. If he squinted a bit, he might read the small letters on the image of the press conference, which was held in January 2023. The news he is commenting on is a year old.
  8. I know that was Fawlty Towers, but I was combining references to British comedy... to us, it's all part of the same thing
  9. Alright, but I think the main point still stands: What we see as useless foolish and wasteful assaults are seen by the Russians as reconnaisance in force.
  10. As I understand it, they use convicts and penal battalions for the constant meat assaults, but the actual (more or less) professional soldiers are kept in reserve for exploiting breakthroughs when a weak point is found.
  11. Another episode of Keeping up Appearances Don't mention the war!
  12. Yep, some of the smallest scenarios I've played have also been the hardest.
  13. For testing, I just made a "shooting range" scenario. And I really advise people who are new to the game to avoid quick battles in order not to get a bad impression of the game. Instead, I think they should play the tutorial campaigns.
  14. IMO quick battles are only good for games against another human player.
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