On Fri, 12 Jan 2018 21:36:33 +0100, The Peeler
Post by The Peeler
On Fri, 12 Jan 2018 07:55:39 -0800, serbian bitch Razovic, the resident
psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous sexual cripple, making an ass
of herself as "jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry'
Post by jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry' Shein's jew aliash) Post by × ×¤×© ××¨ ××××××
There is no such thing as a German War Hero.
Surely you mean there is no such thing as a jew war hero...they're
exempt from cojones!
Ask the stupid Arabs that lost all their wars against Israel, they will tell
you something different, dumb anal Razovic! LOL
Not to mention all the Jews in the Soviet Army that kicked Nazi ass.
At the start of World War II the Red Army was notorious for its poor
battlefield quality because a large number of its newly appointed
commanders lacked initiative and skill. Kreizer was among a few senior
officers who prepared his troops adequately for the requirements of
the modern mobile war. In July 1941 Kreizer became the first Red Army
General to outfight the Wehrmacht in a large-scale engagement.
Kreizer's division took position along the Minsk-Moscow highway and
faced the main brunt of German Army Group Center in its drive to
Moscow, spearheaded by Heinz Guderian. Guderian, who in that time was
widely considered the world's best commander of armoured forces, had
at his disposal forces that were far superior to those of Kreizer in
manpower, in number of tanks and in air support. In the battle of
Borisov Kreizer stalled the advance of Guderian's elite panzer corps
for two days, killed more than one thousand German troops, and
destroyed several dozen tanks and twelve warplanes. When German
numerical superiority made further defense of Borisov impossible,
Kreizer skilfully conducted a fighting retreat along the highway to
Orsha. In the subsequent battle of Orsha Kreizer stalled Guderian's
panzers for twelve days. His resistance gave the Red Army enough time
to bring up reserves to take up defensive positions along the river
Dnieper. The battlefield skills and valor of Kreizer's troops and his
ability to prevent Wehrmacht domination of the unfolding battle, in
spite of German superiority in numbers and materiel, delivered a blow
to the myth of German invincibility.