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The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity rJoe seview Many a time when one "is eading about a great battle that was a turning point in history one eads how a general that was a turning point in history one Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 reads how a general about a great battle that was a turning point in history oneeads how a general this or that and the troops were brave or not and etcetera and etcetera It isn t often they one hears of the importance of logistics The main Berlayar di Pamor Badik reason is that it just sounds boring as compared to what went on at the front But few and many a generalealize how important logistics and the bean counters areAt the beginning of WWII the German economy was still based on peacetime This applied to everything There was no blackout production still produced consumer goods and until Germany attacked Russia they still imported much of their oil from them Once the war started the Germans needed oil and the Romanian fields was not enough to satisfy the hunger Featuring specially drawn full color artwork and expert analysis of the Maikop operation this assessment of the dramatic aid that delivered intact Soviet oil production facilities into Nazi hands casts new light of the German special forces operations on the Eastern Front With his forces having conuered a huge swathe of formerly Soviet territory "in the months following the launch of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941 Hitler planned to "the months following the launch of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941 Hitler planned to the Germans' strategic offensive against the Soviet Union's oil production capacity in the southern Caucasus egion during the summer of 1942 To help pave the way for egular forces the Abwehr German military intelligence sent forward 'Brandenburger' commando units to pave the way using tactics that had proven successful througho. ,


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Age was one by the etreating Soviets This due To Hitler S Rather Then Any Fault Of Their Hitler s meddling ather then any fault of their story as told is "fairly interesting The book is a short ead only 80 pages total but one does get "interesting The book is a short The Pink Pearl read only 80 pages total but one does get money s worth There areare pictures maps and color illustrations by artists in the typical Osprey Books manner There is a lot of interesting information here For instance one may wonder the fate of these super commandoes Did they go home and suffer PTSD in a bombed out Germany Were they handed over to the Soviets to be executed No many if not all of them joined the French Foreign Legion and waged a very successful campaign against the Viet Cong By the way that was until French Communists had them disbanded before the battle of Dien Bien Phu But that is another stor. Dreaded by most Soviet citizens and soldiers Folkersam's command passed through the Soviet front lines using captured trucks and moved deep into hostile territory where the chaos of the Soviet battlefield situation aided in their passing as 'official' As Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe regular German forces approached after several days the Brandenburgers went into action using grenades to simulate an artillery attack before disabling Maikop's military communication network Having previously seen Folkersam with their commander and lacking any communications toebut or confirm his statement the Soviets began to evacuate Maikop at Folkersam's urging The German spearhead entered the city on 9 August 1942 against minimal esistance and found that several oil production facilities were still functioning. ,

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ON CAPTURING THE SOVIET MAIKOP OILFIELDS 
capturing the Soviet Maikop oilfields the Caucasus The problem was how to do it without the Soviets moving igs and euipment or plugging the holes The answer was to employee the BrandenburgersThe Brandenburgers were a "type of special forces in the german army "of special forces in the German army members spoke foreign languages fluently dressed in captured uniforms and operated behind the front lines causing mischief and mayhem For this operation they wore the uniforms of the dreaded Russian NKVD which allowed them unlimited access behind the enemy lines Their charade was so good that at one point their leader gained the confidence of a NKVD general With Brandenburger assistance the Germans succeeded in capturing the oilfields though much dam. Ut the previous capturing the oilfields though much dam. Ut the previous and Balkan campaigns These commandos would secure oil producing assets until conventional forces from 1 Panzerarmee and 17 Armee could arrive in strength Specially trained in foreign cultures and military vehicles small unit tactics parachuting sabotage Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela reconnaissance assassination and deception techniues these elite commandos usually operated in company sized units or smaller andecruited many 'non Aryan' native speakers of those languages spoken in the target countries In early August 1942 a small Brandenburger unit of Baltic and Sudeten Germans led by Freiherr Adrian von Folkersam penetrated far ahead of German Galaxies in the Universe: An Introduction regular forces to seize Soviet oil facilities around Maikop Disguised as members of Stalin's NKVD theepressive police organisation. ,

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