08-02-2013, 11:18 AM
(08-02-2013, 09:28 AM)John L Wrote: His point is not unique. I was exposed to this decades ago on several occasions. In other words, had not the Nazis invaded the Soviets, the Soviets would have done same to them. So I always kept this in the back of my mind.
That the Soviets would have attacked at some point is believed by I think most; the issue is WHEN, most think 1942. His unique point (not in the clip I posted) was that the Red Army actually were under orders to attack within a few days after the German attack occurred and were already mostly deployed for rapid advancement (for their own blitzkrieg), being outside of defensive positions they were easily destroyed. The book(s) have massive amount of evidence but no decisive proof.
Lemme know if you want the book... you may like his arguments about the similarity of the two dictatorships, incidentally also including identical military doctrines.
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