caseyresearch.com / By Nick Giambruno, senior editor, International Man / October 27, 2016
Editor’s note: It’s one of the most important stories you’re not hearing about—and it shows how dangerously close the world is to another global war.
Today, International Man editor Nick Giambruno describes the terrifying things he and Casey Research founder Doug Casey discovered about “Operation Anaconda 2016.”
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By Nick Giambruno, senior editor, International Man
It took 3 million soldiers, 3,000 tanks, 7,000 artillery pieces, and 2,500 aircraft…
“Operation Barbarossa” was the code name for Nazi Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941.
It was the largest military operation in human history.
The Nazis had already conquered most of Europe. Hitler had grown overconfident from his recent military victories. Now he was hunting for big game… Stalin’s USSR.
Throughout history, many European invaders, including Napoleon, suffered monumental defeats when they took on Russia. Despite this, Hitler thought he could succeed where they had failed.
The idea was to inflict a total defeat on the Soviets in a matter of months, before the notoriously brutal Russian winter began.