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  • #46
    Another interesting author, to my unprofessional opinion, is Miroslav Morozov. But he is very narrow in his field of interest (as any proper academical scientist, I believe): he writes only about the war on the sea, basically.

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    • #47
      Does anyone know if the IP on some Russian sites have been changed. It seems I can no longer access:

      http://militaria.lib.ru;

      rbase.new-factoria.ru/pub/gurov/gurov.shtml.

      Any information/insight would be greatly appreciated.
      Leadership is the ability to rise above conventional wisdom.

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      • #48
        http://militera.lib.ru/

        https://missilery.info/
        There are no Nazis in Ukraine. Idiots

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        • #49
          Emtos, thank you, both sites worked through your connection. Found what I was looking for on both sites. Appreciate the help!!
          Leadership is the ability to rise above conventional wisdom.

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          • #50
            In researching the Guards Mortar (Katyusha) Units, I am finding a lot of conflicting versions on the early experimental batteries during the first couple of months. In part the problem is the chaos of during the battles around Smolensk and Viazma in July-August 1941, and secondly the war journals for those batteries, as well as forming battalions and regiments have not be available to the Russian historians which requires piecing actions together with interpretations/justifications which has its risks.

            The other issue is the use of a thermite warhead on the rockets. There was a developed capability but a number of researchers are saying these warheads were not used. However the descriptions of the impact and type of damage suggests they were used with the first experimental battery, commanded by CPT Flerov, at Orsha rail center, Orishita River crossing, and Rudnya--all in mid-July 1941.

            Anyone have a definitive source on this thermite warhead's use?

            Leadership is the ability to rise above conventional wisdom.

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            • #51
              We can consider it as a popular tale.
              There are no Nazis in Ukraine. Idiots

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