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On the cusp of the fourth mobilisation wave in Ukraine

Original article in Russian by Olga Omel’yanchuk on “Vesti” Translation by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by O.C. “Most needed are artillerymen, intelligence officers and armor crewmen, as well as medics” The next wave of mobilization begins in the country on January 20. Call-up papers for medical examinations and checklists have been already sent. According to the deputy … Continue reading

“We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to build a socialist state in Europe”

Preamble: Of the two texts published below, the first is a translation of an article written some weeks ago from Lugansk for the Basque language magazine, Argia. Following its publication on Slavyangrad.es, in Spanish, part of the Spanish (mostly Catalan) Left used the article to try to discredit the volunteers. They argued that the fact … Continue reading

French volunteer fighters for DPR: “We want to come back to Donbass soon and start an offensive”

This interview and the translation were kindly provided to Slavyangrad by the author of the article, Andrey Borodulin, who spent a few months in the epicentre of the Ukrainian conflict, following it from the very beginning up to the present day, and reporting from the ground under the pseudonym Krasnoschekov. Original article in Russian Translation … Continue reading

“Libya, Syria, Iraq—they are surrounding you, Russians…”

Original: Komsomolskaya Pravda Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @GBabeuf Photos: Aleksandr Kots, Dmitry Steshin The heroic history of two wars is intertwined at Saur-Mogila. And, for Abdullah—even of three. A fighter from Donetsk’s Vostok Brigade told us how he was sent to the USSR on a semi-secret programme, called ‘Watan’, and why he … Continue reading

Project Ukraine Complete

Original:  DNR News Translation by Alexander Fedotov / Editing by @GBabeuf Putin left the G20 summit without waiting for the end of the programme. Of course, the President of Russia has the right to sleep on his arrival in Moscow, all the more so as he had ‘to work on Monday’. It is possible that … Continue reading

Today the only synonym for “peace” is “The Victory of Novorossiya”

On the approaches to Gorlovka Original article on politicsnews.info Translated by Roman / Edited by O.C. The Gorlovka-Enakievo junction is the front line of Donbass defence: to the East of these two cities merged into a large agglomeration, there is a big group of the Ukrainian Army in Debaltsevo, which is a real operational threat. The road block—it … Continue reading

“May God forgive the disgrace of the Serbian government”

Original articles: Colonel Cassad &  KM Novine Translation by Alexander Fedotov (with thanks to Milos Lazarevic) / Editing by @GBabeuf Preamble: The interview below is taken from Colonel Cassad. However, the material at Cassad is a translation into Russian of a Serbian language original from KM Novine. The opening paragraph and the final sentence are comments … Continue reading

Eyewitness: Murder, Robbery and Rape in Mariupol

Preamble: The first video below documents a telephone conversation between the editor of ANNA News, an independent news agency, and a resident of Mariupol, a port city in the south of Ukraine, which is currently occupied and terrorised by fascist National Guards. It documents heinous crimes being perpetrated against the civilian population, especially against women … Continue reading

Strelkov: Why I did not join the “Russian March”

Original: Svobodnaya Pressa Translated: Tatzhit Mihailovich / Edited by @GBabeuf Photo: Mikhail Voskresenkiy/RIA Novosti Instead of the March, the hero of the Defence of Slavyansk visited a shrine on November 4 The legendary former commander of Novorossiya, Igor Strelkov, had planned to take part in the Russian March. Many patriots and nationalists were expecting him—with … Continue reading

Spanish volunteer in Lugansk: “In a war it’s all about surviving and moving forward.”

Translated from Spanish by Nahia Sanzo / edited by O.C. Preamble: In the following interview, dated September 30, Spanish volunteer and left-wing activist—Ramiro Gómez—takes a closer look at some of the most important aspects of both the Ukrainian crisis and the war in the Donbass. He is telling about the first “Maidan” protests and the grim life … Continue reading

Elections in Donbass. Ukrainian reporter: “All conditions for the polling process were provided.”

Roman Gnatyuk—a special correspondent of Ukrainian “112 channel”—reporting from the ground about the elections on November 2, 2014, in Donbass, which were held in a proper way against all expectations of the Ukrainian media. Ukrainian correspondent disproving Ukrainian stereotypes Translation from Russian and Ukrainian by Alexander Fedotov and O.C. / Subtitles by Marcel Sardo The transcript: Anchor: … Continue reading

Ex-Berkut Militiaman on the Front Line

Translated by Tatzhit Mihailovich / Edited by @GBabeuf Subtitles by Tatzhit Mihailovich & O.C. Transcript   Reporter: Hold on. Start with your story. Ex-Berkut fighter: February 18, when it all started, when, you know, they started shooting at us, we didn’t know what was happening. There were Molotov cocktails, everything. I was burned more times that … Continue reading

“They are playing tennis—three sets every match to try and kill us.”

Preamble: What follows is a first-hand account of events that took place in the area of the MH17 crash site in August of this year, written by someone who was part of the team of OSCE inspectors and observers. The Slavyangrad team was approached by this individual with a view to publishing their account as … Continue reading

The line of demarcation

Reports from the DPR regarding the agreement with Kiev on the implementation of the line of demarcation, that was reached early in October. Original article by Colonel Cassad Translated from Russian by Valentina Lisitsa / Edited by O.C. & @GBabeuf “The Prime Minister of the DPR—Alexander Zakharchenko—told journalists that the leaders of the DPR have managed … Continue reading

Andrey Stenin: I was trying to smile more…

“I was trying to smile more because of being frenzied by fear.” Source article by TV-Zvezda.ru Translated from Russian by Vera Van Horn / Edited by O.C. and @Gbabeuf Headpicture by Lena Danya (Art & Photo) A special correspondence of KP, Alexander Kots, published excerpts from a diary of the deceased frontline photojournalist of the INA “Russia Today.” His … Continue reading

Statement by I. B. Ivanov, Chairman of the Russian General Military Union

Translated by Alexander Fedotov / Edited by @Gbabeuf Original article Statement of I. B. Ivanov, Chairman of the Russian General Military Union, the former Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the of Donetsk People’s Republic  8 Sep 2014 The audience, for days on end, has been asking questions: where did … Continue reading

The Holocaust in Dnepropetrovsk Style

This is the epistolary output of the very same Filatov who suggested—as the way of negotiating with Novorossiya: “Give them any promises now, we will hang them later”. A number of interesting details surface here regarding the so-called ATO and other shady dealings. The mailbox of Filatov hacked. The details of emails regarding “Holocaust in Dnepropetrovsk Style” … Continue reading

Profits Before Glory

Preamble: “‘Rien pour la gloire! Glory brings no profit! Peace everywhere and always! War depresses the quotations of the three and four per cents!’ the France of the Bourse jobbers had inscribed on her banner.” -Karl Marx, The Class Struggles in France Translations by Gleb Bazov / Editing by @GBabeuf Putin’s Cunning Plan Original article … 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 Battles for the Donetsk Airport – September 25-26, 2014

00:56 – September 26, 2014 – El Murid LiveJournal Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov In the last hour information is coming in from Donetsk. In the area of the airport, there are artillery strikes and intense shooting. It is not exactly clear whether this has to do with the latest (the second in the past twenty … 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

Memorandum of the Trilateral Contact Group – Minsk, Sept 19, 2014

CORRECTED (Entirely inadvertently, an error was made in the translation of the document below. Our apologies for any inconvenience caused) Memorandum of September 19, 2014 outlining the parameters for the implementation of commitments of the Minsk Protocol of September 5, 2014 (1) Minsk Memorandum, September 19, 2014 (Original) – (2) Link to OSCE Document Repository MEMORANDUM with respect … Continue reading

The Arithmetics of Diplomatic Theatre

Original Opinion – written by Gleb Bazov Caveat: the views expressed herein do not necessarily match those of Slavyangrad.ORG It is impossible to prove or disprove the existence of the divine plan. Russia’s cunning plan in Ukraine belongs to the same category. In analyzing the statements made by Sergei Lavrov in his interview with Russia Beyond … Continue reading

The First POW Exchange in the Dead of Night—Video Report

Information taken from: Комсомольская Правда Translation by O.C.  Video Report: Exchange of 37 Militiamen with 37 Ukrainian POWs  Film by Alexandr Kots and Dmitry Steshin (“Komsomolskaya Pravda”) Subtitles by Marcel Sardo and O.C. Alexander Kots and Dmitry Steshin—the special correspondents of “Komsomolskaya Pravda”—tell about the first captives exchange in the format of “37 for 37”, that took place “in … Continue reading

The Situation in Donbass as of September 2, 2014

Original: Colonel Cassad LiveJournal Translated by Daniil Mihailovich / Edited by @GBabeuf / Preamble: GB Preamble: In the midst of a failing ceasefire, punctuated by regular breaches on the part of the Ukrainian Army and Kiev’s punitive battalions, it is important to reflect on the military situation in Novorossiya on the eve of the implementation of … Continue reading

The New Round of Sanctions—The Pre-War Period

Original: El Murid (Anatoliy Nesmeyan) LiveJournal Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov The latest round of sanctions imposed by the European Union has essentially put an end to any discussion about the possibility of an agreement with the West. Notwithstanding all the concessions and betrayal. The very fact that Russia faltered in Ukraine and did … Continue reading

We Will Not Allow for Russia to be Ripped Asunder and Ruined

Address by Igor Ivanovich Strelkov, September 11, 2014 Translated from Russian by Gleb Bazov (Subheadings by the Translator) Edited by S. Naylor It has been a month since the moment when I had to resign from my position as the Donetsk Peoples’ Republic (“DPR”) Minister of Defence and the Commander-in-Chief of the Militia. I will … Continue reading

Novorossiya’s Leaders—Strelkov Briefing and Mozgovoi Manifesto

The Strelkov Briefing, September 11, 2014 Translated and Subtitled by the Kazzura Channel The Mozgovoi Manifesto, September 8, 2014 Translated and Subtitled by Daniil Mihailovich

Vladimir Suchan: the Minsk Sabotage & the Mozgovoi Manifesto

The Minsk “Ceasefire” Protocol and Russian Diplomacy’s Masterful “Sabotage” If Flaubert achieved for me his acme with three or four simple words “She pretended to think,” Saker reached his peak with this marvellous description of the politically and diplomatically atrocious “Minsk ceasefire protocol“: “Knowing the degree to which Russian diplomats are normally maniacally fastidious and … Continue reading

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