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Russia Vs Nazi Germany: German tanks moving towards Russia again after 80 years… Putin said – Ukraine war like war against Hitler!

Moscow : In a speech marking 80 years since the end of the Battle of Stalingrad, Russian President Vladimir Putin compared his country’s invasion of Ukraine to the fight against Nazi Germany. The Battle of Stalingrad was fought between August 23, 1942 and February 2, 1943. It was the deadliest battle during World War II. According to an estimate, two million i.e. 20 lakh people were killed in this. During the war, Nazi Germany and its allies unsuccessfully fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad, later renamed Volgograd.

Soviet forces captured approximately 91,000 German soldiers, marking a major turning point in the war. Speaking at an event in Volgograd on Thursday, President Putin said history was repeating itself as Germany decided to send tanks to Ukraine, the BBC reported. He said, ‘It is unbelievable, but true, we are again threatened by German Leopard tanks.’ Significantly, Germany has agreed to send 14 Leopard-2 tanks to Ukraine.

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‘Those who confront Russia have no idea of ​​their strength’

Putin also indicated that he may attempt to move beyond conventional weapons. He said, ‘Those who expect to defeat Russia on the battlefield do not understand. It seems that a modern war with Russia would be very different for them. We are not sending our tanks to their borders, but we have the means to respond. This would not be limited to the use of armored hardware. Everyone should understand this.

‘Nazi ideology a threat to our security’

Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022. Putin has sought to present the ongoing war as a fight against nationalists and Nazis. ‘Now unfortunately, we see that the ideology of Nazism, already in its modern form, in its modern manifestation, again poses a direct threat to the security of our country,’ the BBC quoted the Russian president as saying. ‘ He said that we have to repel the aggression of the collective West.

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