ICEBREAKER SUVOROV PDF

Write a review Shelves: history-russia If Hitler had delayed the invasion of the Soviet Union by two weeks, Europe would today be speaking Russian and look much like East Germany prior to unification. Anyone with an interest in the history of the Second World War knows the general narrative of the German invasion of Russia June 22, Hitler fooled Stalin into signing the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, bribing him with the secret protocols dividing up Eastern Europe. This allowed If Hitler had delayed the invasion of the Soviet Union by two weeks, Europe would today be speaking Russian and look much like East Germany prior to unification. This allowed Hitler to fight on one front only without having to watch his back and would deal with Russia later. The Red Army was massed along the border with Germany and munitions, aircraft, tanks etc were also there.

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Write a review Shelves: history-russia If Hitler had delayed the invasion of the Soviet Union by two weeks, Europe would today be speaking Russian and look much like East Germany prior to unification. Anyone with an interest in the history of the Second World War knows the general narrative of the German invasion of Russia June 22, Hitler fooled Stalin into signing the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, bribing him with the secret protocols dividing up Eastern Europe.

This allowed If Hitler had delayed the invasion of the Soviet Union by two weeks, Europe would today be speaking Russian and look much like East Germany prior to unification. This allowed Hitler to fight on one front only without having to watch his back and would deal with Russia later. The Red Army was massed along the border with Germany and munitions, aircraft, tanks etc were also there. The Red Army was badly led, Stalin having killed off all the experienced officers in the purges, and did not have time to prepare defenses.

Stalin was convinced Hitler would not attack and disregarded warnings of the pending German invasion, from among other sources Churchill and Sorge, as spy in teh German Embassy in Japan who gave the exact date of the invasion.

The Red Army was caught totally unprepared by the German attack and collapsed in utter confusion, though they fought bravely.

It took several weeks for the Soviet Army to get organized and begin to provide any kind of solid defense. They were not helped by Stalin who insisted that there should be no retreat and no territory lost.

Originally scheduled for April, Barbarossa was delayed until late June while the Germans bailed out Mussolini in the Balkans and reinforced the Romanian oilfields. Hitler was convinced that the war with the Soviet Union would be over in 4 months. This is the accepted story from German sources and official Soviet sources. For some reason, no one questioned the official Soviet sources and no one asked the obvious question, "What the hell were the Russians doing between Sept and June and more importantly, what were they thinking?

We know in September they invaded and annexed eastern Poland, fought the Winter War with Finland, then in invaded and annexed the Baltics as per the agreement with Germany.

Socialism was not supposed to be limited to one country, it was to be world wide. After Russia, the country most ready for revolution was Germany immediately after the Great War. But by , when the Russian civil war ended, it was too late. The Red Army was beaten back at Warsaw in and the border established to It is also why Stalin encouraged the rise of Hitler, because he recognized his usefulness to the Socialist cause. Stalin referred to Hitler as the "Icebreaker" who would open the way for a Socialist conquest of Europe.

So when Zhukov signaled Stalin in August that the Red Army was in position to annihilate the Japanese Army North at Khalkhin-Gol on the Mongolian-Manchurian border and ensure Russia did not have to fight on two fronts, Molotov signed the infamous agreement with Molotov. Suvorov was a Russian Military Intelligence Officer until his defection to Britain with his family in As such he had access to documents that other historians did not or that they did not understand the significance of.

Suvorov describes in well documented detail what the Red Army was doing and what they were thinking. He lists which officers commanded which armies, division, battalions, where and when they were stationed, what their training and equipment was.

He asks many questions to which he then applies his knowledge of military strategy and tactics to work out possible answers. IF the Soviet Union was determined to stay neutral and stay out of the war and their only concern was to defend themselves against German aggression then WHY did they: Move their border up against Germany, rather than leaving a buffer?

Abandon and destroy the Stalin-Line of defensive fortresses stretching from north to south, which at least would have provided a fall back line of defense? Train a million paratroopers and establish a marine landing invasion force stationed on the Danube?

Train and organize a First Echelon army of millions and secretly move it up against the Border with Germany and Romania? Train and organize a Second Echelon army and secretly begin moving it towards the German border? Build roads and railroads towards the German border and use them to move troops and to stockpile millions of tonnes of fuel, munitions etc within 50 km of the border? Build airstrips within 40 to 50 km of the border and part aircraft wingtip to wingtip?

Train pilots not in air to air combat but in air to ground bombing and strafing? Spend months of detailed planning but have no defense plans? Suvorov calculated the date of July 6, Sunday morning was a favoured Soviet attack time. And according to the railway schedule the Second Echelon armies would begin arriving at the front July 10, which meant they could actually be unloaded on the other side of the border on German territory.

On July 6, the disasters which happened to the Red Army would have happened to the German army. By May and early June the actions of both armies on both sides of the border were mirror images of each other. Both sides were well aware of the build up of the other side.

He had no reason to trust Churchill whose very survival depended on opening of an Eastern Front. Nor did he trust Sorge who had been "recalled to Moscow" months previous but refused, knowing what was waiting for him when he got there. Stalin did trust his own intelligence officers who were certain an attack would not be launched even if Hitler were foolish enough to want to fight on two fronts.

Winter clothing and winter lubricants. The mythology of the Great Patriotic War is that Russia did not want to fight but were invaded without cause by the German aggressor. But there are enough clues left to indicate that Hitler attacked to preempt what he knew was coming and that it was just in time. Until I find a specific detailed rebuttal, I am inclined to go with Suvorov.

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Instead, Suvorov argues that the Soviet Union was poised to invade Nazi-controlled territories in July In this theory, Nazi military aggression would ironically form the icebreaker for a communist invasion. Suvorov is often accused or praised by historical revisionists of shifting the blame of World War II on Stalin and thus removing the blame from Hitler. However, the actual content of Icebreaker contains no praise of Hitler or justification of his terror.

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Instead, Suvorov argues that the Soviet Union was poised to invade Nazi-controlled territories in July In this theory, Nazi military aggression would ironically form the icebreaker for a communist invasion. Suvorov is often accused or praised by historical revisionists of shifting the blame of World War II on Stalin and thus removing the blame from Hitler. However, the actual content of Icebreaker contains no praise of Hitler or justification of his terror.

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Content[ edit ] Suvorov first wrote about this theory in a short article. After that, Stalin planned to seize an opportune moment to attack Germany from the east, overrun Europe and establish Soviet control. Suvorov considers Operation Barbarossa to have been a preemptive strike by Hitler, [7] an act of self-defence in an attempt to prevent imminent Red Army assault. He claimed that maps and phrasebooks issued to Soviet troops supported this theory. Military topographic maps, unlike other military supplies, are strictly local and cannot be used elsewhere than in the intended operational area. Suvorov claims Soviet units were issued with maps of Germany and German-occupied territory, and phrasebooks including questions about SA offices—SA offices were found only in German territory proper.

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