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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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One might doubt that he sincerely believed that the accused were guilty and simply calculated that unity and conformity were more important than innocence or guilt in the light of imminent war, but there is no uncertainty that Stalin was the ultimate wrecker of the Red Army. Despite excessive repetition of main points, occasional speculation, and a rather convoluted prose style, Whitewood's study gives us the most suggestive solution that we have to date to the mystery the dictator's decimation of his military.
But why did his helpers all the way down the line assist him in decapitating the leadership of the Red Army? Why did the Generals mentioned here, who fell victim to the various purges and arrests, not rebel if they were such paragons of bravery and virtue as the author suggests?
On paper the Blue Army was larger, with approximately 215,000 men to the Red Army's roughly 130,000.
Stahel believes that while the Red Army suffered heavily in the first three months of war, it inflicted such serious losses on the Wehrmacht that it "preclude[d] any hope of final victory in 1941" (p.
Formed in 1970, the group amalgamated the armed wings of the Red Army Faction (RAF) and the Revolutionary Left Faction (RLF), two shards of the Japanese left.
And under-fire Ospreys coach Holley reckons the Red Army will reign over Europe for the third time in four years.
Christian Klar, a former leader of the Red Army Faction, who has spent 26 years in prison for killings that shook Germany in the 1970s, will be released on parole, a court has ruled.
This magnificent book tells the story of the Battle of Moscow, 1941, and clearly states that, if the Red Army had not stopped the German war machine in its tracks, there would not have been any D-Day landings.
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.
Bignot's 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.