Battle of Chasiv Yar is Critical for Ukraine and Russia

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Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on modern warfare continues with another video on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine, as we discuss the battle of Chasiv Yar, that started in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. Slow Russian advance across the front continues, and that battle might be critical both for Ukraine and Russia.

Video: Leif Sick
Script: Turgut Gambar
Narration: Officially Devin

#Documentary #Avdiivka #Ukraine #UkraineConflict #RussiaUkraine #globalcrisis
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As we are speaking, the Russians reached the canal from the southern flank of chasniv yar.

dli
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The animation quality of these videos keep getting better. Stellar work on this one!

akernis
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The region name made this sound like a military operation out of Star Wars Planet

Bayofthest
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As always amazing presentation, I was never really interested in the actual battlefield setups, just the high-level politics of everything, but this is an easy info to understand in the video.

MagicNash
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I wish I had these videos during my European civilization class in the 90's. Very well done especially the narration.

donaldmitchell
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Great that you analyze both historical and modern events

cheeseboi
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These videos' animation quality is consistently improving. Great job on that!

MysticChronicles
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In case you guys need a reminder, wanted to mention how AWESOME your videos are!!!
Big thanks to you all for this great work and please keep these gems coming... ;)

Lakonas
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short video but on the point, keep up this kind of videos anytime there are significative development!

marcomilani
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The biggest issue here is that the Ukrainian lines are rolling back and in some instances units are being routed. It's not the towns that are important. It's the integrity of the front. It works like skin. Cells connected together that form a contiguous layer that is fed by vessels that are in turn fed by bigger vessels. If a knife cuts in and slices these vessels then the cells die. Each battalion requires a near constant stream of food, clean water, ammo, replacements and regular rotations to recover. By breaking a line, the Russians can cut off these necessities, destroying the nearby units which then allows them to penetrate deeper, cutting off bigger supply hubs and cutting off a larger amount of units.

jarradwilder
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Just imagine what this world could look like if we humans were able to take what we spend on war with each other and spend it building things together.

It's an old fool's dream, but still something I hope humans can achieve someday.

DavidGravesExists
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A question that probably was asked many times:
How does he manage to get this good resolution map of Ukraine? I find it quite interesting

dastanjan
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Great work as always! Please consider making a video on the latest events in Ocheretyne.

OpenmindedSourceClosedBeta
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I admire you for being very detailed yet educational. This is what we all need.

magala
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This has given me a much clearer idea of what's really happening. Thanks

vacarmohdiscussesbusiness
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Dear K&G, I hope you know that you make awesome videos on ongoing conflicts. Keep it up. 👏🏾🤗👍🏾

warnpassion
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I very much enjoyed your video and I gave it a Thumbs Up

oneshotme
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Thank you for the ongoing updates on the war. Hopefully, the suffering will end soon.
God be with you out there, everybody. ✝️

Numba
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Didn’t people say the same thing about Avdiivka

WolfclawTheGreatwolf
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Hey, I love your animation and clear narrative structure. Could you do more material like this about Ukraine? For example, over the past month, interesting actions have taken place on the Avdeevka Front. It would be interesting to see your analysis. I think modern battles of this magnitude are rich fodder for study.

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