Map of Hostilities – 02/09/2014

Map of Operations, August 25−September 2, 2014 – Created by Kot Ivanov and Anthony Hartin
Supplemented Using MilitaryMaps.Info and Other Sources (Anthony Hartin)



One thought on “Map of Hostilities – 02/09/2014

  1. Thnx:)
    The last days cities along the north naf-frontline frim donetsk to lugansk seems to ve changing hands almost on hourly basis.
    Can only assume that naf has most of their forces in the south, and the north forces needs to hold on untill south forces geet freed up (from the boiler cleanups).

    The 100+ military coloumn seen krasnodon-lugansk-> may come in handy in the front line.
    And seems like the troophies from the new august boilers/battles is as high as all the previous 4-5 (mars-july: boiler 1.0,2.0,misc battles) troophies combined:)

    The new boilers, and the much more active recon/ambush operations seems to have paid off alot:)

    Could be an interesting september-october.
    Only hope nafs achievements won’t be screwed over by some “ceasefire” or non-attack-agreement.
    Allthough one can get short-term peace, a serious ceasefire will only give coup ukr gov chance to restock military from abroad, nato recognition, etc and make it harder for naf to free rest of novorossia territory (Kherson, Kharkov, Dnepr, Nikolauv, Odessa, Z..).


    Some info on the diffrent “volunteer”/private batallions:

    (Info written in russian, so feel free to translate to english:)


    Posted by RRA | Sep 4, 2014, 00:02

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