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Ukraine War: Is Putin planning an anniversary attack?

  • Published on Mar 31, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Former military intelligence officer Philip Ingram looks at the latest developments on the ground in Ukraine and asks whether Russia may be planning an attack to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the invasion.
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  • Riverside Garden Radio
    Riverside Garden Radio 2 months ago +8

    - Northern Donbass Ukrainian attack 00:00
    - Wagner Klishchivka advance 02:00
    - Donezsk & Vuhledar 03:33
    - New Russian offensive in Orekhov 05:00
    - Southern Donbass 07:22
    - Russian forces not entirely new troups 09:00
    - Intentions for new Russian troups 13:30
    - Strategy for Western reinforcements 14:30
    - Scholz talks about 3 Brigades (88 LEO-II) 18:05
    - Logistical nightmare ahead 19:55
    - Ukraine black hole demands more matter 22:55
    - Scepticism growing 25:00
    - RAND warnings 26:00
    -- Key finding from RAND report 30:00
    -- Peace settlement - Ukraine cannot be in Nato 37:25
    - Recruitment issues 40:30
    - Implications for US and EU 48:21
    - Parallels and differences to 1960s arms race 51:38
    - Neocons allmighty today in US will determine outcome 01:01:32
    -- Nuland and Blinken proposals delusional 01:06:10
    - Clock is ticking 01:11:00

  • BOSSanac!
    BOSSanac! 2 months ago +462

    I feel so bad for the innocent civilians who are going to die in these dumb wars on all sides.

    • AdamTady
      AdamTady Month ago

      Politika brate sta ces i jugoslaviju je politika rastavila i narod nam razdvojila

    • Chirpy Wiggins
      Chirpy Wiggins Month ago

      Millions, ultimately,when it goes nuclear !!

    • Adam Sweidan
      Adam Sweidan Month ago

      I am russian and i am not supporting a war i want ☮️ ❤🇺🇦🇷🇺🇺🇸
      LOVE TO USA!
      WE WANT PEACE !!!

    • 𝗘𝗹𝘃𝗲𝗿 𝗚𝗮𝗹𝗮𝗿𝗴𝗮
      𝗘𝗹𝘃𝗲𝗿 𝗚𝗮𝗹𝗮𝗿𝗴𝗮 Month ago

      Ironic coming from a Balkan

  • Wonderland Chronicles
    Wonderland Chronicles 2 months ago +4

    Agreed with the ideas while tanks from the UK, America, and Germany may have some tactical advantages, they are not necessarily a guarantee of success in modern warfare due to various factors such as terrain, air support, and technological advances by opposing forces that can exploit the design weaknesses of these tanks.

    • Jedidiah
      Jedidiah Month ago

      60 tanks, 2000km battle front....

    • G Ha
      G Ha 2 months ago +1

      The real war is to destroy targets that are standing and not moving ie hospitals and stations depots. The best defence is the ability to destroy Russian's capabilities in retaining their territory . Starve of food aand fuel will find dishearthen soldiers and civilians. Russia will suffer when western allies are destroying their capabilities to advance their Infantry and Tanks. Without oil and without food ,U do not have an Army but a team of hungry and disenchanted soldiers or convicts. The cold in winter and the wet in spring will make invasion slowed while moral amongst the soldiers will be low . Difficulty in bringing supplies and destroying Russian Airbases will limit the capabilities of their Army and Airforce.

  • Mullah Man
    Mullah Man 2 months ago +480

    Everyone always asks, "Where are the tanks." But never "How are the tanks" :(

    • zoom
      zoom Month ago

      @Tim Eames Right, they left with their tails between their legs.

    • zoom
      zoom Month ago

      Most of Ukrainian tanks were destroyed in the first few weeks.

    • Jedidiah
      Jedidiah Month ago

      I ask where are the HIMARS?

      TE'KANNON  Month ago

      tanks a lot!

    • Steven Martin
      Steven Martin 2 months ago

      @Simon Edge they still have plenty of tank which are Russian design, they are asking for modern tanks which we have and were designed to fight the Russian tanks. Some have been destroyed, they have not sold any ffs.

  • Dale Crocker
    Dale Crocker 2 months ago +341

    Funny how Bakhmut has become "significant" all of a sudden. A week or so ago our "expert" was calling it a "village of no strategic importance."

    • Zokimon
      Zokimon Month ago

      So true

    • Dale Crocker
      Dale Crocker Month ago

      @Juan How to spell it and how to pronounce it are about the least of your worries at the moment.

    • Juan
      Juan Month ago

      @Dale Crocker it's Kyiv,, Ivan. Get it right and get out of ukraine

    • Mattias
      Mattias 2 months ago +1

      @Dale Crocker Well only God knows and the future will give us the answer. But advancing a few kilometers in 6 months and not being able to capture more than a very small town is on a completely different scale than retaking the whole of Donbass and two much bigger cities with it. I find it very little realistic. Also during those 6 months they lost half of the ground they had already being able to take, part of it (cherson northof the river) thanks to collaborators that are not there ready to help them anymore. So no.

  • Combat Footage Central (CFC)

    What a nightmare, I reported on this war from February 26th 2022 to April, the things I seen done to innocent people leave me sick to this day.

    TE'KANNON  2 months ago +13

    The Sky News presenters are consistently top notch in their elegant way of asking power-questions and former military officer Phil Ingram and his colleagues have brought pride and distinction to the military across the world. Phil brings us up-to-date on a war that now the whole world has fixed its eyes upon and now we understand the nuts and bolts of armed conflict much, much better thanks to Mr Ingram and his distinguished fellow military personnel. What we must try to do is to make President Putin understand that the west means no disrespect towards him or Russia; we are in this battle till the end because we in the west cannot allow a democratic, sovereign country to be overrun and taken over by any country. We are not and never will be against the Russian people. Fair-play is an integral part of our values and President Putin has to be made aware of the fact that the Ukraine war is an existential issue in the west's need to be understood that democratic values will never be compromised. Freedom to exist is an existential part of our mission in life, and though we've had our share of imposters who have denigrated democratic our democratic principles can never be compromised and invaded sovereign countries will be met with force. Putin has to accept the fact that the rogue elements exist in every governmental system including his will never prevail in making the world subject to rule by an autocratic regime.

  • Evan Mathias
    Evan Mathias 2 months ago

    Maybe someone could please explain; why not give the challenge 2 tanks and m1 Abrahams to a country with leopard tanks, so they can supply more leopard tanks. This reduces the risk of technology falling into Russian hands, as well as simplify the training, supply and maintenance?

    • DS9TREK
      DS9TREK Month ago

      Because countries can't afford to support them. Most European countries have small armies so rely on having only one type of tank to maintain to keep costs low.
      So if the the Netherlands, for example, gave some its leopards to Ukraine and replaced them with Chally 2, not only do they need to buy and store new ammo (Chally 2 and Leopard 2 use different rounds) but get new spare parts too just for Chally 2.
      It also would add to the challenges of getting the right war materiel to the right place should the Netherlands have to go to war itself.

  •  bill2180
    bill2180 2 months ago +9

    This is looking more like WW1 every day. I think given modern weapons the advantage is massively in favour of the defenders so any Ukrainian counter offensive would be extremely costly, even with the modern western tanks. I think the best weapons we could give Ukraine is more precision artillery, HIMARS, , Excalibur, Brimstone etc so they can keep plugging away and destroying the Russian lines at a safe distance.

    • Jedidiah
      Jedidiah Month ago

      Ukraine lost 4000 soldiers in 2 days, I think it was the 40th brigade 80% loss. 60 tanks don't replace the more than 1000 they lost already....HIMARS, we don't here anything about them anymore, I wonder why...

    • ADZ01982
      ADZ01982 2 months ago

      Russia is now using Tornado S. Very similar to Himars.

    • M A
      M A 2 months ago +3

      Bradley's +3mile optics/ thermals/day/night vision/ gps laser designator. Is a game changer.. it doesnt even need to fire its antitank tows/ 25mm autocannon it can can spot targets/ call air/himars strikes

  • Salvo
    Salvo 2 months ago +10

    Happy anniversary
    Meta War
    How much more blood must be spilled?
    WAR- we all know the outcome
    Your life is worth more than a military medal 🎖️

  • 123 go AnImE
    123 go AnImE 2 months ago +1

    There is also a shortage of filling material for welding in Ukraine on account of welding their soldiers in to the tanks in line with their anti retreat anti surrender laws.
    Along side their request for tanks, jets and weapons, is filler material for welding.

  • K Winter
    K Winter 2 months ago +1

    One single well-placed strike on a Belarus training facility using three or more missiles and/or drones launched from different locations 3 days before the invasion of Crimea would completely scuttle their coordination . Yu would want to give it 3 days because the Russian military has a tendency to over-react , so yu want to give them a very small amount of time to panic and shuffle things around .
    #ProjectStrix #MarineMechanics

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago

      @Robert Moreland They could use their strategic nuclear arsenal, but they won't. (We humans are arrogant if we think we have the power to end life on this planet. Nope, not even with a full nuclear exchange).

    • Robert Moreland
      Robert Moreland 2 months ago

      @Tay ler they could fire off over six thousand nuke’s and end life on this planet. 🤔

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago

      @Robert Moreland Well, if it was dropped on purpose, NATO would react by decimating Russian conventional forces anywhere near the launch site. But how would Russia or Belarus react in the above scenario? Pretty much the same as now. Clumsily, gaining no military advantage.

    • no one
      no one 2 months ago

      @Robert Moreland it depends how small?😁

    • Robert Moreland
      Robert Moreland 2 months ago

      I wonder how the west would react to one small missile being dropped on the training facilities in Poland, Germany, France the U.K. and USA where Ukrainian troops are being trained.🤔

  • John Doe
    John Doe 2 months ago +18

    Bradley's and Battle Tanks are one part of the equation, but I'm curious if A10's could be incorporated into Ukraine's military tactics. I know A10's are slower, but my understanding is, they can take a hit and keep on flying.

    • orrr lllyy
      orrr lllyy Month ago

      @marco fava zelensky "gimme jets"

    • marco fava
      marco fava 2 months ago

      @ZIZjlo probably nothing until they take to the skies and fly over russian positions, just like nothing happened to the HIMARS while they were being transported or the Czech T-72's or the PT-91's or the M777 or all the equipment sent to Ukrain before it got to the front lines

    • Combat Footage Central (CFC)
      Combat Footage Central (CFC) 2 months ago

      So can an SU-25

    • ZIZjlo
      ZIZjlo 2 months ago

      Send them and see what happens the minute they cross the border into Ukraine.

    • TheWW2BooksGuy
      TheWW2BooksGuy 2 months ago

      Next. Yawn

  • jago singh
    jago singh 2 months ago +2

    Question should be “ is Ukraine preparing for an anniversary surprise”? 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦

  • colin diplock
    colin diplock 2 months ago

    I am on Ukraine side. But Russia must gain ground before the tanks reach the Ukraine forces, this is logical. Why did the suppliers give Russia prior warning of maybe three months or more?

  • Victorian Ghost
    Victorian Ghost 2 months ago +100

    This war is a total waste of life . Smh

    • Cuntyfinger
      Cuntyfinger 2 months ago

      Completely agree. The instigator has a lot to answer for.

    • Cuntyfinger
      Cuntyfinger 2 months ago

      @Dave I didn't realise there was one named that. What type of ship is it?

    • Cuntyfinger
      Cuntyfinger 2 months ago

      @Random Guy Working on it right now!

  • Stephen Doherty
    Stephen Doherty 2 months ago

    So both sides are just waiting. We'll see how good those reserves are this spring. I presume Putin wants to take whats left of the Donbas and sue for peace this year before western weapons can be deployed in full. It will take 1-2months to train the troops into the new tanks but the armoured vehicles will take less and protect more Ukrainian troops from getting hit by minor weapons/drones and perhaps simple katusha. Hoping to see the Himars being used to greater effect now that there is more experience in using them. Cannot seem pushing over the Dnipro rivers. If Donbas is the prize, then finding a way of making the russians retreat in haste (with reserves less willing to die) will be the key. Putin will not sue for peace unless the war is not working and its eating up his new reserves and making his tenure at home (already suffering from real sanctions impacts) dicey. The Russian army will only take so much death and they are not fighting to protect the homeland. Training Ukrainians in Jets will take much longer and the west might provide them as a defence in any further future Russian attempts to try again so their impact appearing (and at such a small scale even if it was offered) would be more psychological. Advanced western drones that provide a more detailed battlefront view is needed vs suicide drones that hit just one target.

  • Ranjeet Bodh
    Ranjeet Bodh Month ago

    Victory to russia....👍

  • execbum1
    execbum1 2 months ago +9

    The one time he didn't say it, she asked him.

    • JetBlakInk
      JetBlakInk 2 months ago

      It must be in his contract!… She must be an enforcer!… 😆

  • John Matthew Tagaza
    John Matthew Tagaza 2 months ago

    Ukraine did a very good job on Defending but, if this is really war, ukraine should have moved to assault the preparing russians. I mean look at this they are still on their position. It is not surprising to see that those who are defending bahkmut may fail to defend from a Massive and prepared army of russia because they took the peaceful time to strategize and re arm.

  • Joshua P
    Joshua P 2 months ago

    it would seem like if the Ukrainians could absorb and stop a Russian counter offensive it would set them up nicely for their attack. basically who attacks first and to whom does the advantage go would be the question. I think the Ukrainians want the tree cover again. seem to be a great advantage for them.

    • Da Gre
      Da Gre 2 months ago

      Get out of that ditch in Ukraine and do plane spotting at Heathrow, its much safer

    RUSTY SUNSHINE 2 months ago

    Yes. He is. He wants to be able to say "And a year later, we took what we wanted achieved our objective. And we will be back"
    Plan on it.

  • Antz Wilkz
    Antz Wilkz 2 months ago +26

    An large offensive to coincide with the date of the invasion could only be classified as an anniversary of stupidity.

  • BVM Corp
    BVM Corp Month ago

    its not only ukrainian, but ukrainian-russian war

  • Greg Chambers
    Greg Chambers 2 months ago +281

    Everyone's focusing on the tanks, but it's the easy to operate Bradleys that are arriving on the battlefield right now. That 25mm gun and tank killers will be warmly greeted by Ukrainian troops.

    • Jedidiah
      Jedidiah Month ago

      @M A Russia has the Khrizantema two mounted ATGM'S and and carries 15 that can be autoloaded....no one has anything like it...and a range of over 6kms...the Bradley's so few in numbers won't make a difference, the front lines are over 2000km long...

    • Greg Chambers
      Greg Chambers 2 months ago

      @Lap Dog Russians just leave their wounded to die and their dead to rot.

    • Greg Chambers
      Greg Chambers 2 months ago

      @Lap Dog About 40 have been destroyed, they're only good for small arms. But that's gets our boys into the fight, which is the only goal a Bradley has. We send more to get the wounded out.

    • Lap Dog
      Lap Dog 2 months ago

      The wreckage of Bradley’s I’ve seen tell a different story

    • H B
      H B 2 months ago

      @sanglen haolai ... to St. Petersburg and Moscow.

  • tehui
    tehui 2 months ago +1

    Hopefully key Ukrainian soldiers have already started training on how to use the tanks that will soon be coming their way.

    • R James
      R James 2 months ago +1

      Former US artillery expert Brian Berletic at ‘The New Atlas’ channel has done several videos on this subject.

  • La Hy
    La Hy 2 months ago +2

    In order for Ukraine to liberate all of its territory, I must develop a formidable offensive force, which requires a 2-million-man army to provide this capability. Here is my advice to President Zelensky and his Minister of Defense "Never Underestimate The Manpower of The Enemy."

    • Mykhaylo Masnyk
      Mykhaylo Masnyk 2 months ago

      @Da Gre 🤣OK. Haven't voted for Zelensky, but I'm Ukrainian. From Halychyna. Don't want to surrender, have never wanted and will never want.

    • Mykhaylo Masnyk
      Mykhaylo Masnyk 2 months ago

      They never have

  • AquaNox. LTD
    AquaNox. LTD 2 months ago

    The abrams are deadly tanks in the right hands look at the battle of easting a group of abrams n bradleys hammer a huge ammount of iraqi tanks the iraqis set trap after trap the tanks when throw them all blowing up 3 tanks each 10secs till there was non left 1000 loses to 12 injuryed us troops ats impressive

  • samgooglesung m
    samgooglesung m 2 months ago

    A do over must be considered as a valid putin tatic.

  • JetBlakInk
    JetBlakInk 2 months ago +4

    Who comes up with these questions?… Geeeeeez! and there was me thinking this segment was supposed to be about news analysis. They're not even hiding it anymore...

  • ralph malph
    ralph malph 2 months ago +26

    "when everything I said ends up being wrong I will change what I said to appear right"... LOL.

  • Duncan Stewart
    Duncan Stewart 2 months ago +3

    As Morocco with 99 T 72s and Spain with 53 tanks answers the 'tanks levy' from Europe Ukraine has the 300 . The Counter offensive is possible. Artillery also need replacing in the latest package 📦.

    • JEZ
      JEZ 2 months ago

      Hopefully they get none and Russia can end this war quicker. Its so sad watching NATO use Ukraine lives like pawns. Slava Russia.

  • Endre Fidje
    Endre Fidje 2 months ago +5

    Well, the Western Alliance train Ukrainian soldiers in various NATO countries now so surely Russia will use the same tactic, send some of their specialists to China, North Korea, Iran, etc to train on different weapons systems that those nations can supply. This conflict could drag on for years (WWII lasted 5 years...) ... 🤔

    • Ivo Radic
      Ivo Radic 2 months ago +1

      Luckily there is no need for "etc" in your sentence. 🤣

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago +2

      The so-called second most powerful military needs training from North Korea and Iran. Says a lot.

    • Pla Yer
      Pla Yer 2 months ago

      I hope Russia can get lots of HJ-12.

    • MsRustynuts
      MsRustynuts 2 months ago

      If the Chinese weapons are like everything else they make the Ukrainians needn't worry 🤣🤣

  • Walter Chambers
    Walter Chambers 2 months ago +8

    What to make of the senior official when he says "Lushank" at 1:54, when on the map it clearly reads "Luhansk". C'mon, let's get the basics right.

  • deere72
    deere72 2 months ago +6

    Is it at all possible to ship tanks, armaments, etc to Ukraine without doing it in the media? Kinda defeats to objective if Russians know what they are facing

    • deere72
      deere72 2 months ago

      @Barry Deiter1 Europe is full of tanks (almost 2000), let's sneak them in and surprise, not warn, the enemy. How much longer are we playing footsie with peoples lives?

    • George Man
      George Man 2 months ago

      By the time they announce the shipment of weapons, it's already on it's way.

    • Barry Deiter1
      Barry Deiter1 2 months ago

      Who knows. Already alot of abrams are in Poland nearby.

  • A3Kr0n
    A3Kr0n 2 months ago +2

    Anniversary attack? Is this instead of, or in addition to all of the other attacks?

  • Ovi Okta
    Ovi Okta 2 months ago +3

    Love russia 🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺

    • Vincent Hickey
      Vincent Hickey Month ago

      Slava Russia 🇷🇺 greetings from Ireland 🇮🇪

  • SShogun872Shogun
    SShogun872Shogun 2 months ago +5

    Bodies of foreign mercenaries were found in the city of Artyomovsk (known as Bakhmut in Ukraine).
    "Today PMC units found bodies with their heads and hands cut off in Bakhmut. They also found phones and other information indicating that these are the bodies of mercenaries the enemy failed to withdraw amid the fierce fighting and tried to conceal their identities this way. But electronic devices were found along with the bodies."
    All the bodies and other evidence will be referred to investigative agencies.
    Fierce fighting continues near Artyomovsk. Combat operations are currently conducted in the city’s outskirts and Ukrainian forces are sustaining big losses there.

  • Space Oddity
    Space Oddity 2 months ago +38

    Every time they report about the WAR. They always seem shocked that people are actually fighting and dying

    • Captain Badger
      Captain Badger 2 months ago

      @KrafterZDavid With what? Russia is using S300 air defence and old anti-ship missiles to hit land targets because they are running out of missiles.

    • KrafterZDavid
      KrafterZDavid 2 months ago

      @Stonem001 Too bad they get blown up before even reaching the battlefield copeboy.🤣🤣🤣🇷🇺👉💨💥🇺🇦

    • Astral
      Astral 2 months ago +1

      shocked that russians just walk into bullets for no reason

    • ugly blind hacker
      ugly blind hacker 2 months ago

      @Stef haha

  • R James
    R James 2 months ago +1

    Putin likes anniversaries? What a brilliant analysis?

  • Ren Ripari
    Ren Ripari 2 months ago +8

    ABOUT .

    • Pol Potnoodle
      Pol Potnoodle 2 months ago

      @Bad Luck and now look at french police lol Nothing to keep the whole system in check

    • HB SZ
      HB SZ 2 months ago +1


    • Bad Luck
      Bad Luck 2 months ago

      The French had the right idea with monarchs

  • Bill Gussy
    Bill Gussy 2 months ago

    Every time i hear western tanks etc a proof how strong is russia.

  • infocrypt
    infocrypt 2 months ago +4

    Russia warned many times and then decided to move forward. Now Russia is sending warnings again, but they are being ignored.

  • Victor Co.
    Victor Co. 2 months ago +93

    Europe and NATO have no choice, they will support Ukraine. They don't want to be in a world where internationally recognized borders are not respected, it is an existential threat for Europe.

    • brothermitchlove
      brothermitchlove Month ago

      @TasmaniaIsAHole what about bombing of Serbia..... didn't they have a internationally recognized border?

    • brothermitchlove
      brothermitchlove Month ago

      Europe and NATO did not mind that internationally recognized borders are not respected when entering Afghanistan and Iraq and bombing Serbia.

    • Kirt Jackson
      Kirt Jackson 2 months ago

      @The Divine Augustus thats what l was thinking,this pro russian all the time with stupid excuses.

  • B3STone
    B3STone 2 months ago +2

    This is the stupidest thing that he could do, i mean isn't it obvious?! But then again, when did they ever do something clever in this war. It's like "let's see what not to do in a war, and let's do this! They will never expect us to be so stupid"

  • AW-Resistance
    AW-Resistance 2 months ago +12

    A Russian company is offering a large sum of money to the first Russian army group in Ukraine to destroy or capture a Leopard 2 or Abrams tank. Let the game commence.

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago

      LOL. You'd have better odds playing the Super Lotto.

    • Hazalnut864
      Hazalnut864 2 months ago +1

      @Paul Gibbon Russia has already claimed to have destroyed 3000 Abrams tanks and 5000 leopard 2 tanks.

    • AW-Resistance
      AW-Resistance 2 months ago +1

      @Paul Gibbon I imagine video evidence in the way of drone footage will have to be provided. They have offered an even larger amount for a captured one of these vehicles, no doubt for the purposes of reverse-engineering.

    • Paul Gibbon
      Paul Gibbon 2 months ago +1

      The Russians destroyed more HIMARS than actually existed and destroyed Bradleys before they arrived in Ukraine, which just goes to show how amazing they are. Some bounties will be claimed of course, because vranyo.

  • Manuel Schmidt
    Manuel Schmidt 2 months ago

    i dont think they will attack in february, last time they bottlenecked themselves onto the roads, which ended horribly.
    They will have learned from their mistakes and wont create those 65 kilometer long convoys anymore.
    Id expect that they start their offensive at the end of march, like march 20th.

  • Bass Child
    Bass Child 2 months ago +5

    Let’s present the incoming World War like the weather forecast….PERFECT!!!

  • Harley Neville
    Harley Neville 2 months ago +1

    I heard that the Leopard 3 is going to be the world's first EV tank and that the Germans are going to manufacture it at the Tesla factory in Berlin.

    • Jona Tikoisuva
      Jona Tikoisuva 2 months ago +2

      EV ? 🤣🤣 It will fail miserably 🫣

    • 山本貴弘
      山本貴弘 2 months ago


  • SP Steve
    SP Steve 2 months ago +1

    I'm glad we got the day XXX of Putin's 10 day special operation in at the end. I would have been disappointed otherwise. :)

  • Darren Babych
    Darren Babych 2 months ago +1

    Every day is an attack day.

  • Douglas Turner
    Douglas Turner 2 months ago +1

    Putin fancies himself a new Russian Warlord like Peter the Great or even Stalin. So yes he might see a late February attack as being comparable to Operation Bagration. June 22, 1944 exactly 3 years after the start of Operation Barbarossa.

  • Robert Dinsdale
    Robert Dinsdale 2 months ago

    If they had kept the tanks a secret then russia wud have been unaware

  • Jan in Sweden
    Jan in Sweden 2 months ago +57

    He didnt say which day it is of the "10 day operation"

    • Suzy Rottencrotch
      Suzy Rottencrotch Month ago

      @Jan in Sweden weird that no major news organization has utilized that source ….

    • Suzy Rottencrotch
      Suzy Rottencrotch Month ago

      @Jan in Sweden that’s an article from sky news posted on their website LOL great source. Sad

    • Jan in Sweden
      Jan in Sweden Month ago

      @Suzy Rottencrotch "A British defence and security think tank has revealed details of Moscow's pre-invasion plan for Ukraine, based on captured Russian documents apparently signed off by Vladimir Putin.
      Russia had planned to take over Ukraine over 10 days and annex it by August this year, the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) said."

    • balsgal
      balsgal Month ago +1


  • Hsuan Hsuan Chung
    Hsuan Hsuan Chung 2 months ago +2

    The brave Ukrainian people are working hard to defend the democratic and free living system

  • John Hmielewski
    John Hmielewski 2 months ago +7

    Ukrainian military forces accused the Russian army of deploying inflatable tanks in the south of Ukraine in an effort to deceive the opposing side, saying the country's "rubber" decoys had deflated in an anticlimactic display.

    • Ivo Radic
      Ivo Radic 2 months ago

      But.... All Russian tanks are like that.

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago +1

      I kind of doubt that the Russians would be that smart.

    • pecado de orgullo
      pecado de orgullo 2 months ago

      Sounds like what britain did before operation Neptune in their attempts to deceive the germans on where their anticipated naval attack would be directed at.

    • Vidalsky Ociosen
      Vidalsky Ociosen 2 months ago +2

      @Mike Robb Probably and discounted price too.

    • Mike Robb
      Mike Robb 2 months ago +4

      Made in china

  • Fishtopher
    Fishtopher 2 months ago

    Let’s hope so.

  • Mariana K
    Mariana K 2 months ago +1

    On 24th it was 11 months, so it's somewhere 365-30=335

  • Bertrand Juan
    Bertrand Juan 2 months ago +1

    Maybe it will end by the anniversary date.

  • Drake
    Drake 2 months ago +29

    Imagine being unable to calculate the days in your head when it is the 28. of january and the war started at the 24 of february. 🤭

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago +1

      Yeah, cause it's totally easy to do those sorts of things on TV on the fly.

    • Anthony Mitchell
      Anthony Mitchell 2 months ago +1

      @Drake clever boy

    • Drake
      Drake 2 months ago +3

      @Jordan Slingluff Your statement makes zero sense, congratulations. So I will spell it out for the feeble minded, we are 26 days away from february 23rd (3 left in january, 23 in february), the 24th is day 1 of the operation as well as the anniversary, 365-26 = 339.

    • Drake
      Drake 2 months ago

      A Farmer that is true but the guy in the video referenced the start of the "special military operation"

    • Stuart
      Stuart 2 months ago

      the video seems to be old, the guy said "the anniversary so teh 23rd, 24th, 25th"

  • Barry Lane
    Barry Lane 2 months ago +6

    An excellent commentator - Philip Ingram!

  • Pablo Klanian
    Pablo Klanian 2 months ago +4

    2.40._Ingram: "...and that was significant" (referring to the take of Soledar)._It is the first time that Ingram recognizes a military achievement of Russia in all of this war.

    TAJKEYA 2 months ago +1

    We support russia 🇮🇳❤🇷🇺

  • GameOfEnder
    GameOfEnder 2 months ago +30

    Poundland Dobby isn’t going to win. The sooner we push him out, the better.

    • Not gay
      Not gay 2 months ago +6

      When western chicken ran out of Afghanistan they blamed my Pakistan army

  • raffaele tendi
    raffaele tendi 2 months ago +2


  • Bjørn Hjortshøj Andersen
    Bjørn Hjortshøj Andersen 2 months ago +10

    What about the mud season? Last year they could not move outside the roads

    • Jordan Slingluff
      Jordan Slingluff 2 months ago

      @Tay ler That's basic stuff that's already know. We don't have to wait and see since they have been used for decades. Besides they won't be fighting on mud.

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago

      @Jordan Slingluff I think Western tanks will work pretty well. Let's be patient and see.

    • Jordan Slingluff
      Jordan Slingluff 2 months ago +1

      @Tay ler Actually western tanks are heavier and have more trouble with the mud.

    • Jim
      Jim 2 months ago

      @Tay lerTanks do move through mud but what about the other vehicles required for logistics and to support the tanks? Muddy terrain is terrible for any offensive.

    • Tay ler
      Tay ler 2 months ago

      That's the news people talking. Tanks move through mud, at least Western tanks can.

  • Elizabeth P. Kanizin
    Elizabeth P. Kanizin 2 months ago

    I trust Philip knows just how much to reveal to the public! 💋

  • Sam Mearns
    Sam Mearns 2 months ago

    Imagine trying to swindle Bakhmut as a fixing move for Ukraine. Yea, that fixed they've had over 80k men there, thousands dead and with that, the sudden realisation, nearly all the other areas that don't lean on natural barriers are under immense threat.

  • Jedidiah
    Jedidiah Month ago

    60 tanks spread out over 2000 kilometers...

  • Joe alonzo
    Joe alonzo 2 months ago +5

    😾WWIII, The Pentagon has already admitted that members of the Army are already operating on the ground in Ukraine - albeit in an apparently limited capacity - In addition to the 31 tanks from America, Canada, Germany, Poland, Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom all are sending tanks with troops operator and support teams into the war zone..💟

  • Yellow Bhee
    Yellow Bhee 2 months ago +1

    Darned he's been doing it every day.....

  • Ben Slider's
    Ben Slider's 2 months ago +8

    They aren't going to wait for Ukraine tanks, are they?

  • Hero
    Hero 2 months ago +65

    Funny how Putin had 4 stage cancer and he is ok now , and funny how Bakmut is not important all of a sudden 😂

    • Matthew
      Matthew 2 months ago +1

      @Lucas Jasche just leave it man. Trolls are going to troll.

    • Lucas Jasche
      Lucas Jasche 2 months ago +2

      When has bahkmut had any importance? It’s just the first win for Russia in a long time so it’s significant in that regard, but what military advantage does the city of Bahkmut hold?

    • Danny A
      Danny A 2 months ago +13

      Love it! 100%! How the narrative has changed

  • Kyle S
    Kyle S 2 months ago +17

    Judging by the info I've gotten from various Ukrainian channels and some Russian channels is yes. They are gonna try take Kiev again. And if they fail aging it will be a huge win for the rest of the world.

    • marco fava
      marco fava 2 months ago

      @serioushamster at the moment they have more active combat troops than the Russians, also bear in mind that a second Defense of Kiev may not involve the Ukrainian army but the Territorial Defense Forces and Defending is usually easier than attacking so I would say yes.

    • serioushamster
      serioushamster 2 months ago +1

      @marco fava But does Ukraine have the troops the fight on both fronts?

    • Leo
      Leo 2 months ago +2

      No, Russia wont try to take Kiev and any big cities anytime soon

  • Gage Cee
    Gage Cee 2 months ago +2

    Ya'll better put some anti missile systems on your railways.

    • Mary Ginger
      Mary Ginger 2 months ago

      Ukraines railways are 95% electric.... hence the attacks on the electrical grid.

  • OldSemperFi Vet
    OldSemperFi Vet 2 months ago

    If Russia was going to ‘step up’ the war, they would have done it long ago. They have already and are doing as much as they were capable of doing…

    • 山本貴弘
      山本貴弘 2 months ago


  • Yun Fu
    Yun Fu 2 months ago


  • Chris Perry
    Chris Perry 2 months ago +6

    Putin is so predictable

  • Darren Walker
    Darren Walker 2 months ago +8

    338 days thus far. Slava Ukraini 👍

  • mjbcswitzerland
    mjbcswitzerland 2 months ago +2

    Imagine planning an anniversary of the few weeks your military barged into a neighbor's land without knowing what for - butchered up a load of civilians and then retreated after being smashed to pieces because the generals had stolen most of its funding.
    Most would plan an anniversary of something worth celebrating!

    • DavidHayter
      DavidHayter 2 months ago

      Yeah I'm sure that's what's happened chap. Very sure

  • Chatter1
    Chatter1 2 months ago +1


  • duncan smith
    duncan smith 2 months ago +2

    "situation extremely acute" = Zelensky speak for "after a year of massive NATO aid and arms, the convicts and drunken mercenaries are still massacring us every day."

  • silent dark
    silent dark  2 months ago +1

    He needs to go ASAP this can't carry on and at the same time more wars are starting

  • Friedl Mitderleerentasche
    Friedl Mitderleerentasche 2 months ago +7

    Is Mr Blinken honest?
    He promised to announce the perpetrators of the pipeline blasts in the Baltic Sea. - But he is silent!

  • Blog Online
    Blog Online 2 months ago +11

    “I had to compete under a neutral flag but everybody knows that I AM A BELARUSIAN player” - Sabalenka said after winning the Australian Open today.

    • Ivo Radic
      Ivo Radic 2 months ago

      She got clear instructions:"Either read this statement or don't come back"

    • West Beach
      West Beach 2 months ago

      The Australian Open was a joke more Russian flags there than Australian flags on Australia Day. Who says sport and politics dint mix

    • Greg Iles
      Greg Iles 2 months ago +2

      Never heard of him.

    • inso80
      inso80 2 months ago +3

      Someone might want to cancel her visa to the states.

  • JOY Mangang
    JOY Mangang 2 months ago

    Nice watching The Real War Game... Real war Equipments and real Soldiers killings themselves...real battlefield experience

  • Jen
    Jen 2 months ago

    Few months ago, those (red lines)(Russian controlled) ain’t that big before 😮

  • Myah Soodinim
    Myah Soodinim 2 months ago

    That Institute for the Study of War map is badly wrong in obvious ways. It is showing "Russian Advances" all along the front line, starting at the Dnieper and going east. There have only been very small Russian advances in a few spots along that line. The map also fails to show the Ukranians as having reclaimed the big areas to the north of Kiev that the Russians had taken for a while last spring. Do your homework, Sun!

  • Mark Cummings
    Mark Cummings 2 months ago +1

    👍 👍

  • Danny Mcmillan
    Danny Mcmillan 2 months ago +8

    It's about time Ukraine started taking abit of Russian land in response spread to get to moscow

    • Mike Robb
      Mike Robb 2 months ago

      Transnistria looks nice

  • How to ?
    How to ? 2 months ago +3

    Better truth from Sky. great to see

    • John S
      John S 2 months ago

      @Wayne Other than the suggestion that Ukraine is intentionally losing territory as a trade off of training troops on western gear? I mean, where is the source of that info? His backside?

  • Herbert Bambl
    Herbert Bambl 2 months ago +7


  • chewbacca's secret lover

    The armor came way to late.

  • Eugene Kaptur
    Eugene Kaptur 2 months ago +1

    For an "Anniversary Present" it would be really NICE if the Ukrainians could give Vlad a "present" in Moscow, at or near the Kremlin!

  • Karimeh Beauchair
    Karimeh Beauchair 2 months ago +1

    En Español, por favor!... gracias.

  • Robert Brennan
    Robert Brennan 2 months ago +35

    Slava Ukraini!

    • Synce
      Synce 2 months ago +2

      @PW the 8 years of civillians being shelled in donbass nonstop and ukraine is playing the victim

    • PW
      PW 2 months ago

      @Synce A rare genocide fan. Interesting. What's your motivation? Sadism?

    • Kulwant Saluja
      Kulwant Saluja 2 months ago +3

      Великая Россия 🇷🇺 ❤

    • Jason Bourne
      Jason Bourne 2 months ago +1

      slava ⚰⚰⚰⚰

    • melonbobful
      melonbobful 2 months ago +1

      @Fishingislife95 It means wars usually take time and so be patient.

  • Dirty Harry ▶️
    Dirty Harry ▶️ 2 months ago

    Those Germans will delay tanks for sure , same as they do with Iris -T

    • 2028 END
      2028 END 2 months ago

      They're already on the way! In Poland right now on a train from Germany!

  • LifeTourist
    LifeTourist 2 months ago +4

    That's why Zelensky says delivery time and quantity is crucial. Defending Ukraine is defending the West, who knows he knows.

    • Djbb Dfggh
      Djbb Dfggh 2 months ago +2

      Nonsense, Ukraine isn't the" WEST" ITS ONE dodgy country not even in nato .

  • knowledge world
    knowledge world 2 months ago

    In difficult times 1st person who will be available to help u is your neighbors no best frnd...
    Ukraine should also understand that one should spread their legs unless it hurts someone.
    Ukraine knew Russia could attack them if they don't join NATO they should have established some peace treaty before the war begun.
    Russia should also understand this is not era of war,he should have given what Ukraine asked.
    This war is growing as the weapons are coming to hands of Ukraine army..
    Ukraine should understand the America who is supporting them are purchasing petroleum products of Russia through India last year 70%(Indian govt data).
    In this war US Uk Germany all are demonstrating their weapons making Ukraine a puppet.

  • Starmn Sixty
    Starmn Sixty 2 months ago +4

    The ruskies are losing their last elite troop divisions here, so it's not good news for Her Putin in long run. Victory to Ukraine ✌️