Moscow: “German dictator, Adolf Hitler was unaware of Russian language and its history. Hence, he had planned to take over Russia in a few months. In today’s time, European countries threatening Russia, need to study the history properly and not repeat the same mistakes of their leaders from the past.” warned Ramzan Kadyrov, head of the Chechen Republic, as he reminded foreign powers of their previous failed attempts to conquer Russia.
During the second world war, Nazi dictator, Adolf Hitler had launched ‘Operation Barbarossa’ on 22nd June 1941 against Russia. He deployed 4 million soldiers to capture Russia. ‘The Great Patriotic War’ was launched by Russia in response to the German attack. Since then, 22nd June is remembered as ‘day of memory and grief’ in Russian history . On this occasion, Chechen leader, Ramzan Kadyrov sent out a chilling warning through social media to the European countries trying to threaten Russia, reminding them of the history.
Ramzan Kadyrov wrote in the article, “Hitler believed that they could win the campaign against Russia in months, however his plan failed. As directed, the German divisions directly approached Moscow, Leningrad and Stalingrad. But Hitler didn’t speak Russian and he did not know the Russian history. Had he known it, he would have given a second thought before walking on this path, which had been previously chosen by the French, Swedes, Poles and others, and ending his life in the same disgraceful way as all these aggressors.”
Ramzan Kadyrov mentions that the Nazi forces lost nearly 3 million of its troops in the war of Stalingrad. The Soviet Union army had defeated Hitler and managed to capture Berlin as well. Ramzan Kadyrov warned that, “Hitler knew nothing about Russian history, but the modern politicians who like to voice threats against our country should study the chronicles of the past ages, so that they don’t repeat the mistakes of their own ancestors. Otherwise their name will be forever included in the list of those, who raised their swords against Russia and died by the sword.”