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Battle for Moscow: Turning the Nazi Tide

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Published on Dec 5, 2010

The Battle for Moscow lasted from late autumn of 1941 to mid-spring of 1942. Some seven million people were involved, including all the residents of Moscow. The whole country united to fight for the main city. And finally, as a result of great moral power and excellent strategy, the Nazis were defeated. The battle for Moscow marked the first major defeat of fascist Germany in World War II.

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mybled drykids
All this useless, senseless, hatred inspiring comments... Come on, gentlemen, gentlewomen, just a bit of common sense! Let's be fair, let's be grateful. There should be a New Thanksgiving Day among the honest people of the whole world. On such a day we should celebrate the humble, simple people of Russia as the new saviors of mankind. Of course, England and USA did something against evil in those days too, but, honestly, can we compare the grade of sacrifice? Look at them, such lovable people! Let's be fair, let's be grateful!
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almighty_luigi
I truly respect Russian and German peoples, but NOT Nazism and Bolshevism. Also I am not sorry if I offended anyone.
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Jura Jaryn
na vždy budeme vděční ruskému lidu a Rudé Armádě
Victor Reznov
Nazis can suck it they lost and the glorious Soviets actually saved the world from the racist nazis
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YegorTheRussian
I want to hug those old veterans!
Bob McGahey
glory to the soviet people glory to the great red army glory to Marshal Zhukov and Marshal Stalin!
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delavalmilker
It's not much remembered today, but in the U.S. there were many who supported the German invasion of Russia in 1941.  I live in rural Nebraska, and my grandfather used to tell stories about the how the Catholic priest in our small town made no secret of how glad he was that Russia was attacked.   Where he would say in his sermons how great it was that the Germans would wipe-out the atheistic Bolsheviks.  All the summer and fall of 1941 he celebrated each Nazi victory.  Almost like he was cheering for his favorite football team.
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Maso
So many people suffered because a madman called Hitler deceived his own people by an empty promise of "Make Germany Strong Again!"
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pippaknuckle
The weather was the decider just as it was for Napoleon.
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журналист
Stalin was a gift to humanity. A truly great man. I would've been his friend I think.
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