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Of or relating to a firm or the operations of a firm that are deemed unprofitable. The term derives from the color of ink used to show losses on financial statements. Compare black.
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The perception of the Holocaust by Jews in the Red Army depended in large part on their prewar views.
Recent works by Roger Reese, David Glantz, David Stone, and others have shown the nature of the Red Army under Stalin, and the onset of the militarization of the Soviet economy as a whole.
Did they take part in acts of violence against civilians when the Red Army crossed into German territory?
The Red Army Faction may ring a bell or two among Lebanese students of the revolutionary 1960s and 1970s, thanks to the local notoriety of its spin-off organization, the Japanese Red Army.
Paul Warwick, Paul O'Connell and Keith Earls (twice) all crossed for the Red Army while Ronan O'Gara scored 17 points in this one-sided quarter-final clash.
The Red Army Faction, which was also known as the 'Baader-Meinhof gang' after founders Andreas Baader and Ulrike Meinhof, was an extreme left-wing movement which grew out of the student protests and anti-Vietnam war movements in the west Germany of the late 1960s.
Winston Churchill's famous words after the war were that the Red Army had torn the guts out of the German war machine.
That's right, the Red Army won, prompting a period of their domination for over 70 years afterwards, during which they became a feared force the world over.
Manager Yates revealed the Red Army Fund, a supporters group set up to help raise extra funds for players, had part-funded the deal for Bignot.
His deal has been partly financed by the Red Army Fund, a group of Harriers supporters set up to help raise extra cash.
Kuniya Akagi is believed to have lived in North Korea together with the Red Army members.
He also forced authorities to release six detainees, including the red army members, in the so-called Dhaka Incident.