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S. Naylor

S. Naylor has written 24 posts for SLAVYANGRAD.org

The Tragic Anniversary of Talerhof

Original article Translation: ValLisitsa Editor: S. Naylor “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” ―William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun It is a hundred years since the very first concentration camp was created—in Galicia, intended for Russians and Eastern Orthodox believers. September 4, 2014 marks a hundred years since the tragedy of the … Continue reading

I realized that our state causes only harm…

Original: Rusmir.in.ua 04.09.2014 Translator Mariya Sch. Editor S. Naylor The interview between the correspondents of the DPR Committee for Social Communications and a Ukrainian soldier, who defected to the Donetsk People’s Republic. – My name is Nikita, I was born in 1993. I am from Makeevka, Donetsk region. I joined the Army a year and … Continue reading

Military and Political Analysis of the Donbass Ceasefire Lines

What Could Happen From Here September 22nd, 2014 Author: Jeb Stuart Editor: Linda Sakadd The purpose of this analysis is to consider the present situation in Donbass between the opposing forces and what might take place from here. This evaluation is primarily based on the September 15th map of hostilities and may, therefore, be somewhat … Continue reading

On the eve of the decisive battle for Donbass.

Original article by Denis Seleznev Translation: Daniel Mihailovich Editors: S. Naylor and O.C. What will the final offensive of the junta look like? The situation in Donbass is in limbo. On one hand, the signed truce has halted large-scale military operations; on the other, exchange of fire did not stop for a single day. There have … Continue reading

The Russia They Lost

Original article by Dmitry Sokolov-Mitrich: http://www.pravoslavie.ru/jurnal/73443.htm September 8, 2014 Translated by: Daniil Mihailovich Edited by: S. Naylor We loved America. I remember, we did. When we were teens, growing up in the early 90s; most of my friends the same age did not even question their attitude toward Western civilization. It was great, how could … Continue reading

The New Ukrainian Sanctions Act

Original article: http://varjag-2007.livejournal.com/6710678.html Translated by Nataly Edited by S. Naylor The Junta abrogates even the appearance of justice… Today Poroshenko signed the Act on sanctions. What a glorious law! Now Ukraine does not need courts. All decisions will be made by the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine and will be approved by the … Continue reading

The Nuclear Answer to Chamberlain

Original Article: http://el-murid.livejournal.com/1997411.html Translated by: Gleb Bazov Edited by S. Naylor The Ukrainian Minister of Defence, Geletei, has announced that Ukraine will choose to drop its nuclear-free status and arm its army with nuclear weapons in the event that “the world does not help [the country].” In Russia this announcement prompted a not-so-polite proposal that … Continue reading

Ukraine’s Punitive Battalions

Original: http://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/1767943.html Sept 5th, 2014 Translated by Daniel Mihailovich Edited by S. Naylor An industrious comrade began to collect statistics on the assorted punitive and territorial battalions of the Junta, where the structure is very confusing. Below is only a skeleton for a large database of the whole punitive organization, but eventually, the blanks in … Continue reading

Does the Kiev Government have a plan?

Original article: http://liva.com.ua/kiev-plan.html Author: Sergiy Kirichuk Translated from Russian by Ivan Skoblin Edited by S. Naylor Editor’s: note: Sergei Kirichuk is a leading member of the Ukrainian socialist movement “Borotba” (Struggle) For many years he fought against the oligarchic regime of Viktor Yanukovych. But today Kirichuk and his comrades are organizing resistance to the new … Continue reading

Statistics tell the tale: Irreplaceable losses for the Ukrainian economy

Author: Olga SHELKOVA | 27.08.2014 Translated from Russian, by Maria Razdiak Edited by Ken Griffith and S. Naylor Original article: http://odnarodyna.com.ua/node/24311  [Olga Shelkova is an independent economic journalist, primarily analysing, the events of the CIS (The Commonwealth of Independent States).] The published results by the Goskomstat (Federal Bureau of Statistics) of changes to the Ukrainian economy during the first … Continue reading

Kiev—Going on the Defensive…

[Translator’s note: The new mayor of Kiev, Vitaly Klichko, is a lot better boxer than public speaker. His latest gaffe was saying, roughly, the following: “The residents of Kiev should get ready for timber (coffins)” instead of “get ready for winter”, when talking about lack of gas for winter heating.] Translator: Daniil Mihailovich Editor: S. … Continue reading

Interview with Alexey Mozgovoy, Commander of the “Ghost” Brigade, 29/08/14

Translated by Maria Razdiak Edited by S. Naylor Original Article here. Traveling around Moscow, Alexey Mozgovoy has painted over the Ukrainian flag on the number plates of his car with the flag of the People’s Republic of Lugansk (LPR). The traffic police constantly pulled the strange car over and, with obvious surprise, studied the man clad … Continue reading

When Anti-Maidan was destroyed I fled from Kiev…

Translated from German by Joerg Braun Edited by S. Naylor Original article: here. [Preamble: The third part of the interview series by Ilja Degtjarov features a young woman associated with the Anti-Maidan movement. She gives us a glimpse “behind the scenes” into that what was never addressed by Western mass media, much less reported. In addition to … Continue reading

Journalist from Urals—…about a few weeks spent in the DPR…

“I decided to breach the obligation of non-disclosure …” 25/08/2014 19:49 By Nicholas Mokrousov Translated by Alexei Kuznetsoff Edited by S. Naylor A freelance reporter for Znak.com, Kurgan resident, Nicholas Mokrousov, spent several weeks in the South-East of Ukraine. He worked at the headquarters of the DPR (Donetsk People’s Republic), talked with the leaders of the … Continue reading

Alexei Mozgovoi: Freedom and Conscience: this will be Novorossia !

Interview with Alexej Mozgovoi, August 21, 2014 Translator: Maria Razdiak Edited by S. Naylor   “If we were to speak of the operations which my unit carried out, I must caution: the word “operations” is an exaggeration. Currently, the war is mainly being fought in the media field: an information war. The actual military activity … Continue reading

Ukrainian Association with EU and the Mutiny of the Euro-Integrators. 15/03/14

Translated by Maria Razdiak Edited by Paul Shalley & S. Naylor     “The aim, of the unfolding events, – is an internal Slavic war, the final solution to the Russian question.” The events in Ukraine and around the Crimea – “dust” from a long-running project – are part of a plan to eliminate Russia … Continue reading

Novorossiya Military Briefing – Situation by August 25, 2014

Map of Operations, August 10-25, 2014 – Created by Kot Ivanov and Anthony Hartin For Current Maps Refer to the Top Menu Translated by Daniel Mihailovitch Edited by S. Naylor Official Briefing from the DPR, as of August 25, 2014, and Commentary Original: Colonel Cassad LiveJournal From: Semen Semenchenko (commander of the Ukrainian Donbass punitive battalion) To: The Minister of … Continue reading

“Ukraine – a rehearsal for the union of liberals and neo-Nazis in Europe.” 28/05/14

Translated by Maria Razdiak Edited by S. Naylor Fursov A. I. is a political historian, sociologist, and Head of Department at Moscow State University (MGU) The Anglo-Saxons continue to support Ukraine, hoping to grow out of her neo-Nazi state, the new Third Reich. They also let in Russia, as Hitler incited them against the Soviet Union … Continue reading

Overview of the Situation in the Donbass Region – August 24, 2014

Translated by Daniel Mikhailovich Edited by O.C. The Fighting in the Coastal Area Even recently, it might have seemed laughable, but today the fighting has begun in the area of Novoazovsk, where a powerful anti-aircraft defense node and a hodgepodge of different units of questionable combat capability have been stationed since April to cover the border … Continue reading

Interview with a Militiaman – Part 1

NOTE FOR MEDIA: Original material published on SLAVYANGRAD. Provided to us by the author, Ilja Degtjarov. Original article here: here (SLAVYANGRAD.de) Translated from German by Joerg Braun Edited by S. Naylor Preamble: As a basic principle we refrain from showing videos in which prisoners of war are questioned. However with this article we make an exception, because … Continue reading

Goodbye Moscow, Hello Moscow – March 1, 2006

Original in  Spanish March 1, 2006 Author: Carlos Ramírez Powell Edited by S. Naylor Since the end of WW II European dependence on soviet energy supplies has been a fact of life that everybody tries to forget nowadays. With the exception of Romania, the countries behind the “Iron Curtain” received unlimited amounts of fossil fuels … Continue reading

The Residents of Slavyansk have disappeared; the town is being re-populated with migrants from Western Ukraine.

Original: http://antifashist.com/item/zhiteli-slavyanska-ischezli-gorod-zaselyaetsya-vyhodcami-iz-zapadnoj-ukrainy.html#ixzz39hUoJeiV Translation by Valentina Lisitsa Edited by S. Naylor & @GBabeuf August 7, 2014 In Slavyansk, occupied by Ukrainian troops, the local residents have practically disappeared. The town is being inundated with migrants speaking in a foreign dialect, who take over the housing of those who left to escape the Ukrainian bombing campaign. This … Continue reading

Part II: Comments from a Military Man – July 25, 2014

Authored by John Kohchang / Edited by S. Naylor Strelkov: “Over the course of yesterday and today our losses near Marinovka-Kozhevnya-Dubrovka totaled approximately 50 men (almost all of them – wounded), 2 tanks, 2 BMPs, and 1 BTR.” Comment: The Ukie Army can afford large loss of men and material as they have US/NATO behind … Continue reading

Part I: Comments from a Military Man – July 25, 2014

Authored by John Kohchang / Edited by S. Naylor General Thoughts on Ukrainian Army Operations, Conscription The Ukrainian Army (UA) is fighting on a massive, broad, and changing topography varying from small hamlets/villages to large cities to open steppe. The SDF (Novorossiya Militia) forces cannot defend everywhere, as their numbers are small in-comparison to the … Continue reading

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