The Road-Cemetery of Bahamut
The Telegram channel Russian Spring Military Correspondents published footage captured by the Ukrainian military showing a section of the highway, likely near the village of Ivankovskoye. At this point, infantry fighting vehicles, armored vehicles and armored personnel carriers were destroyed in the last three days.
A Ukrainian soldier pointed to a damaged engineer recovery vehicle with a dead Ukrainian soldier inside.
"Why are we dying here" asked the Ukrainian rhetorically.
Only One Chariot in the Russian Parade
In other news now, this year for the first time in the history of the Russian Victory Day (May 9) military parade, only one tank was featured in the celebrations in Moscow.
This unique tank was a legendary T-34, marking one of the brightest and most interesting moments of the 78th anniversary of the Russian victory in World War II. At least that's what the well-known US defense outlet The Drive reported, with the Russian news service Avia-pro reporting the news.
Usually, various types of military equipment are presented in the parade, showcasing the power and capabilities of the Russian military. However, this year, the parade organizers decided to honor the dead with the iconic T-34 tank, which played a key role in the war.
The T-34 proved to be one of the most powerful and effective tanks of its time, thanks to which the Soviet Union was able to repel Nazi Germany. The military parade, which included only one tank, was a tribute to all veterans. It is an opportunity for millions of people to honor those who fought for the freedom and peace of the Soviet Union, but also of the whole world. As a result, May 9 has special significance for all Russians, and especially for the Kremlin.
It was also noted that the parade organizers' decision to display only one tank is a sign of respect for history, which is a crucial teacher of how a state will act in times of escalating international tensions.
The T-34 tank continues to represent the steadfastness and courage of the Soviet people in the battle against the Nazi Germans. Although so many years have passed, the Russians of today deeply understand the importance of this counsel.
"The participation of this tank in the parade was an important reminder of those who sacrificed to free the world from fascism."
This is what the Russian Avia-pro and the American The Drive wrote, showing that Russians and Americans can finally agree once in a while.