Are there any documentaries that covers the first stages of the war(2014-2016)? Posted on May 7, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Are there any documentaries that covers the first stages of the war(2014-2016)?
No, just music vids made with combat footage and old soviet PrepHoleino. The war was a nothingburger for normies
U know nothing
Why are there so many retards here that think so highly of themselves
Lookup vice reports from the ground. They had a guy who was basically everywhere, like few hundred meters away from fighting, crimea, donetsk etc
Russia conducted operations to destabilize its neighbor by supporting radical leftis elements within it and used the ensuing conflict to justify direct military intervention.
This is the best one, it took me a little while to find, you're welcome
Cheers, do you version of that that doesn’t require sending ID to youtube?
>do you *have a* version
>Doesn't know about invidious instances
many such cases.
This one if you're american
Cheers cunt, this one works for me (aussie)
This one just loads forever
watch vices russian roulette series
read 85 days in slavyansk
read the chronicle of one battalion
now your more well informed than 99.5% of the globe. hurray
Yeah this, the Vice documentary is a really good intro in the conflict
Im yet to find any non biased ones. All of them just blame the other side, depending on who made it.
Watch Vice’s Russian Roulette Ukraine Dispatch series there’s a full playlist of it on youtube. It’s very extensive and covers most of the notable events, it starts immediately after the Euromaidan to the annexation of Crimea and then the rise of separatism. They have reporters embedded with both the Ukrainians and separatists. Honestly cannot recommend it highly enough if you want to get a better understanding. It is Vice but this was during the time when Vice was considered “good”. Overall I think Vice’s conflict/war reporting has been pretty decent.
I'm Ukrainian and I watched these in ongoing, so to say, and it's indeed the most neutral piece of media coverage I've ever came across.
Simon otrovsky is russian right? I'm sure that helped
>Vice’s Russian Roulette Ukraine Dispatch
vice's style of reporting is retarded
they are filming from the ground without any idea of what is happening and end up concentrating on who yells the loudest. they lack any knowledge and insight to ask the right questions and give the wrong idea of what's happening.
I think this is a great one.
>completely omits the statements of the last interviewee
This must be rt
Report me to the SBU see if I care.
being poor and oppressed by mongols is so much better than underwear and gold doubloons
quick Ivan, start the tank
There are still some videos like this one..
Thanks for this thread. Been wondering about the same thing for quite some time