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edwest2 28th April 2019 00:23

Article about the Korean War from a Russian perspective
 
I hope the following is useful.

https://www.rbth.com/blogs/continent...th-west-725501

Ed

Stig Jarlevik 28th April 2019 01:19

Re: Article about the Korean War from a Russian perspective
 
To be honest, not much

I look forward to the day when Russia gives us a verified c/n list of all MiG-15s (and other aircraft both in WW 2 and Korea) with delivery dates, units used and correct fates including where they took place and their causes.

Not happened until now (so everything any article/book/researcher says is, well you know the word), so come on give us the facts not just opinions coloured by semantics, various glorified opinions depending on which side you're on, and guesses.

Admittedly some researches have started on that road for WW 2 (some are on TOCH), but for Korea and particularly the MiG-15 we have nothing.

Cheers
Stig

edwest2 28th April 2019 21:19

Re: Article about the Korean War from a Russian perspective
 
I suspected that would be the assessment, but a few books are mentioned in the article which may contain actual facts even though the bulk of the book would be a glorification of Soviet/Russian achievements. There is good data from the American side.


https://www.koreanwar.org/




Ed


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