- Zum Buch
DetailsOn 24 February 2022, Vladimir Putin ordered a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. He declared a ‘special military operation’, expecting a quick victory. The Ukrainian army countered with a spirited defence that foiled his political aims. Putin’s special operation descended into a brutal slogging match of massacres. The horror of Bucha, rapes, looting, and the mass kidnap of children were discovered in the wake of Russian retreats. Reversals shattered Russia’s army, forcing Putin to unleash his bandit hordes—Chechen thugs and pardoned murderers of the Wagner Group. Russia’s artillery, the God of War, continued to hammer Ukrainian culture, cities, and civilians. Mariupol was devastated in the turmoil of mechanized genocide. In the first year, western experts filled social media with analogies of irrelevant wars and false predictions of Ukraine’s progress. The authors of this volume challenged institutional orthodoxy and pushed back against this outpouring of social media. They identified a chilling narrative of existential warfare and the struggle for survival. Putin’s War—Russian Genocide will provoke intense debate, for it uncovers the latitude of Putin’s violence. Readers will learn that Putin’s and Russia’s war comes from a powerful urge to destroy Ukraine. This is the greatest horror of the 21st Century.
About the authorDr. Philip W. Blood, editor (Germany), is a historian of war, military culture, and the Holocaust. His books include Hitler’s Bandit Hunters (2006) and Birds of Prey (2021).
Professor Christopher Bellamy (UK), formerly from the Royal Military College of Science in Shrivenham, has published widely in strategic studies and military history including Absolute War which won the Westminster Medal for Military Literature
Dr. Roger Cirillo (USA), Lieutenant Colonel US Army (retired) and later the Association of the US Army. He has lectured on junior offi cer courses on war and military history.
He has published extensively and was the research-author for American Armies and Battlefi elds in Europe: World War II (2016).
Dustin Du Cane (Poland) is an Attorney at Law in Warsaw. His legal interest extends to the academic research of Raphael Lemkin’s legal interpretation of genocide and the laws of war.
- Stimmen zum Buch
Stimmen zum Buch"Putin’s War Russian Genocide is a comprehensive evaluation of the first year of the invasion, enriched by the invaluable insights of a diverse assembly of experts. The book illuminates the intricate legal, military, and strategic dimensions of the conflict, challenging established narratives and enriching our understanding of this significant geopolitical event"
-Aspects of History