Moscow empire "wants to "land in Normandy" and annex Paris."

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„A number of the Muscovite soldiers were on guard in Normandy on D-Day but, without the equipment or motivation to fight the Allies, most promptly surrendered.“„..formation, primarily composed of Muscovites, that fought under German command during WWII“
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Molotov, the Making of the Grand Alliance and the Second Front 1939-1942​

Derek Watson

Europe-Asia Studies
Vol. 54, No. 1 (Jan., 2002), pp. 51-85 (35 pages)


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D-Day is also known as the Second Front, which was opened in 1944 to provide relief for the Soviet troops who fought against German and Ukrainian Nazis on the ground, by invading the Nazi Empire to open another front. The Soviet Union recorded 4.5 million killed or missing in action on the Eastern Front.

The United States suffered the highest losses: 147,783 killed and missing, 365,086 wounded, 73,759 captured.France suffered relatively high losses: 132,590 killed or missing, about 300,000 wounded, and 1,454,730 taken prisoner. Britain lost 58,000 killed, nearly 111,000 wounded and 56,000 captured.

 
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Molotov, the Making of the Grand Alliance and the Second Front 1939-1942​

Derek Watson

Europe-Asia Studies
Vol. 54, No. 1 (Jan., 2002), pp. 51-85 (35 pages)


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D-Day is also known as the Second Front, which was opened in 1944 to provide relief for the Soviet troops who fought against German and Ukrainian Nazis on the ground.

The United States suffered the highest losses: 147,783 killed and missing, 365,086 wounded, 73,759 captured.France suffered relatively high losses: 132,590 killed or missing, about 300,000 wounded, and 1,454,730 taken prisoner. Britain lost 58,000 killed, nearly 111,000 wounded and 56,000 captured.

meanwhile:

 

Molotov, the Making of the Grand Alliance and the Second Front 1939-1942​

Derek Watson

Europe-Asia Studies
Vol. 54, No. 1 (Jan., 2002), pp. 51-85 (35 pages)


0


D-Day is also known as the Second Front, which was opened in 1944 to provide relief for the Soviet troops who fought against German and Ukrainian Nazis on the ground, by invading the Nazi Empire to open another front. The Soviet Union recorded 4.5 million killed or missing in action on the Eastern Front.

The United States suffered the highest losses: 147,783 killed and missing, 365,086 wounded, 73,759 captured.France suffered relatively high losses: 132,590 killed or missing, about 300,000 wounded, and 1,454,730 taken prisoner. Britain lost 58,000 killed, nearly 111,000 wounded and 56,000 captured.

 

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They dose the Nazi Troll Titbin with his extra medication so that he refrains from attacking his Welsh father when he hops in to visit .
 

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