Tag Archives: Vladimir Rogov

Ukraine War Day #203: Big Storm a’Brewin’ + Lusya Filtration

Dear Readers: There are signs and portents that the next big Ukrainian counter-offensive might be for Zaporozhie. I have this story from reporter Dmitry Zubarev. Russian/Allied forces are saying they never saw before in their lives, such a massive build-up … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #200: Russia Fights Back + No Electrons For You

Dear Readers: While we are recovering from our traumas of the last couple days and engaging in emotional healing, I have two quick stories for today; Zelensky Promises Stuff That He Doesn’t Have This story is reported by Anton Antonov. … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #196: Berdyansk

Dear Readers: Today I have this sort of travelogue piece from KP, the reporter is Oleg Adamovich. Oleg writes that he never visited the Donbass region before, so this was a treat for him. Especially since the city of Berdyansk … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #191: Magnum Meets Doctor Atomic

Dear Readers: Still on the Zaporozhie nuclear plant story, it’s too juicy to move on, just yet. Although I had planned to cover the start of the school year in Russian-occupied territories, but I’ll still do that, maybe tomorrow. Anyhow, … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #190: Nuclear Plant Attacked

Dear Readers: The main breaking news in the war today, is the Ukrainian attempt to seize the Zaporozhie Nuclear Energy Plant. I have this story by reporter Alyona Zadorozhnaya, to give us the Russian perspective and help us figure out … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #187: Friends With Benefits

Dear Readers: Two quick stories today, both from August 27. #1: I saw this piece by reporter Maria Pavlova. Vladimir Rogov, who serves on the Main Soviet of the Military-Civilian Administration of the Zaporozhie Oblast, reports that “a majority of” … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #145: Zelensky Surrounded By Traitors And Spies

Dear Readers: The big news coming out of the Ukraine this past weekend: Zelensky has fired his Prosecutor-General Irina Venediktova, and also the head of the SBU (Security Agency, successor to Soviet KGB), a man named Ivan Bakanov. Both of … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #137: Zaporozhian Harvest [continued and concluded]

Dear Readers: Continuing with our story from yesterday, which is a review of this piece, by reporters Darya Volkova and Alyona Zadorozhnaya. We saw that Zaporozhia Oblast is horizontally challenged, with the southern slice controlled by Russia. Please keep in … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #136: Zaporozhian Harvest

Dear Readers: In previous posts we saw how Swedish King Karl XII graciously granted the Zaporozhian Sich (an area he no longer controlled, especially after the Battle of Poltava) as a vassal to Poland. Modern-day Zaporozhia is, as we speak, … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Day #96: Daily Grind vs Derring-Do

Dear Readers: Continuing on yesterday’s theme of Zaporozhie. But there was also some very exciting and nail-biting news about neighboring Kherson. I would prefer to focus on stories about rebuilding, establishing the new government, children going back to school, everybody … Continue reading

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