Women in the Russian and Soviet military, as in other nations, have played an important role in their country's military history, in particular during the Great Patriotic War. Despite performing various duties in the armies throughout Russian history, it was in the 20th century that women began to be given a more prominent role. Women of Russia and the Soviet Union played a significant role in World Wars, especially during World War II; arguably a greater role than in other combatant nations, although attitudes towards their contribution was occasionally paternalistic and reluctant
Women served in the Russian armed forces in small numbers in the early stages of the war, but their numbers increased after heavy Russian losses such as at the Battle of Tannenberg and Masurian Lakes and a need for increased manpower. One such recruit was Maria Bochkareva who served with the 25th Reserve Battalion of the Russian Army. After the abdication of Nicholas II of Russia in March 1917, she convinced interim prime minister Alexander Kerensky to let her form a women's battalion. The Women's Battalion of Death recruited women between the ages of 13 and 25 and appealed for support in a series of public meetings, enlisting approximately 2,000 soldiers. The Battalion fought during the June Offensive against German forces in 1917. Three months of fighting dwindled their numbers to around two-hundred and fifty.The Women's Battalion was disbanded after a failed political revolution known as the Kornilov Affair. Its leader, General Lavr Kornilov, had been strongly supported by Bachkarova, and the Women's Battalion were identified as potential sympathizers. The majority of the battalion's members were reformed as the First Petrograd Women's Battalion. This group was at the Winter Palace on the night of the Bolshevik Revolution, along with an untrained cadet detachment and a bicycle regiment. They mounted a stiff resistance but ultimately fell, although there were only 5 deaths in the storming of the Winter Palace. The triumphant Bolsheviks officially disbanded the group.Several women pilots are known from the First World War. Princess Eugenie Shakovskaya was assigned duty as an artillery and reconnaissance pilot, having volunteered for the Imperial Russian Air Service in 1914 (one of the world's first female military aviators) and flew missions with the 26th Corps Air Squadron in 1917 for nine months. Because of her connections to the Imperial family she was demobilized after the October Revolution. Lyubov A. Golanchikova was a test pilot who contributed her airplane to the Czarist armies; Helen P. Samsonova was assigned to the 5th Corps Air Squadron as a reconnaissance pilot. And in 1915, Nedeshda Degtereva had the distinction of being the first woman pilot to be wounded in combat while on a reconnaissance mission over the Austrian front in Galicia.Women played a large part in most of the armed forces of the Second World War. In most countries though, women tended to serve mostly in administrative, medical and in auxiliary roles. But in the Soviet Union women fought in larger numbers in front line roles. Over 800,000 women served in the Soviet armed forces in World War II; nearly 200,000 of them were decorated and 89 of them eventually received the Soviet Union's highest award, the Hero of the Soviet Union. They served as pilots, snipers, machine gunners, tank crew members and partisans, as well as in auxiliary roles. Very few of these women, however, were ever promoted to officers.For Soviet women aviators, instrumental to this change was Marina Raskova, a famous Russian aviator, often referred to[by whom?] as the 'Russian Amelia Earhart'. Raskova became a famous aviator as both a pilot and a navigator in the 1930s. She was the first woman to become a navigator in the Soviet Air Force in 1933. Raskova is credited with using her personal connections with Joseph Stalin to convince the military to form three combat regiments for women. The Soviet Union was the first nation to allow women pilots to fly combat missions. These regiments flew a combined total of more than 30,000 combat sorties, produced at least thirty Heroes of the Soviet Union, and included at least two fighter aces. This military unit was initially called Aviation Group 122 while the three regiments received training. After their training, the three regiments received their formal designations as the 586th Fighter Aviation Regiment, the 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment and the 125th Guards Bomber Aviation Regiment.The Soviet Union also used women for sniping duties extensively, and to great effect, including Nina Alexeyevna Lobkovskaya and Ukrainian Lyudmila Pavlichenko (who killed over 300 enemy soldiers). The Soviets found that sniper duties fit women well, since good snipers are patient, careful, deliberate, can avoid hand-to-hand combat, and need higher levels of aerobic conditioning than other troops.
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Aruevlis thank you for showing me this link. I liked that one as well HOW CAN YOU NOT? Russian Slavic girls are the most BEAUTIFUL in the world, my dad is from St Petersburg/Leningrad I think girls there are the prettiest. Za zdarovje' ya lyublyu tyebya, URA, woof! :)
I think if I am in Hollywood,CA, I would do make the military T.V. shows about the WWII from The Battle of Moscow all the way to the Battle of Berlin. And if the Russian would agree to do this, I would play the platoon leader of Russian, and he was leading the infantry of 8 soldiers died by a single motor round, and now is a 2nd lieutenant of the 252nd Russian Army Corps, CO is Gen. Alaxandr Sokolov, the one who serve in the WWI, and the Spanish Civil War.The lieutenant is American soldier, of 105th Army Corps of engineers, pilots, soldiers, and medical unit, CO is Gen. Earl Jackson sent 2nd Lt. Derek "Tex" Jackson, son of Gen. Jackson, a 30-year-old Lieutenant, and 64-year-old and 4-star General. In the end of that war, the guy named Adolf Hitler is no longer a threat. Do you think Tex would win the battles and see his dad again? Tell the teachers, students, soldiers, and fans of these star's fans to watch this movie to find out.
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videos with 0:00 1:35 and 3:04 to 2:54 for no relation to the Russian Army has not. And the second not at all versed in vpros, these videos of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which, as I hope you know, since 1991 the sovereign state. Scenes from 2:54 and the final at all have no relation to the armed forces of a State, the so-called cheerleaders.
Russian women are one the best looking group of ladies in the world beside Scandinavian women. The worst looking females in the world are from Jewish Khazar and Chinese background- hooked nose and slanty weird-looking eyes! Even Persian women with their olive looks, mesmerised eyes and lustrous long-flowing black hair are heaps better than the aforementioned!
+Syhthetic What does the propaganda when I live in Russia, and see with your own eyes what is happening? Che you write to me here links overseas. I see in the Russian people as a living and I see that in the Russian attitude to fast food karyne dismissive.
+Syhthetic 59% ??? Fake! You come to Russia and see with your own eyes.
Russian people do not like fast foods and convenience foods, prefer to eat healthier food and naturialnoy. So shove your forecasts yourself where slntse does not shine!
+Syhthetic Russian women have shown what they are capable in 1941-1945, and the US?
I remember as a Soviet sniper Pavlyuchenko (woman) speaking in America said, "I killed 367 Nazis, you're not tired of hiding behind me?"
Where is the heroism of American women? The McDonald's and fast food?
You make me laugh....where the fuck are my defection papers I'm outta here. Canada and the entire Western World is so politically correct and anti White it's no fun anymore. Slavic women only make it that much more appealing.
This is a let down actually. Because honestly, nothing is more beautiful than a Russian woman in a WWII Red Army uniform, when they didn't need makeup, and they didn't shave themselves so they looked like they were eight year old either.
I miss the Red Army.
Love it how the women have perfect makeup. In the army? I dont think so. I would still love to be interrogated by them though. I wonder how they would make you talk, sit on my face and I would tell them anything.
+aurevlis I am fromFrench ancestry , And French women are good , but with my personality , Russian women and culture is a good fit , I feel like I am home . And then there is that sexy vampire accent . Eastern Europeans in general I am fond of . Have met several Czech women as well as Polish , Ukrainians are trailer trash , but Russian women in my age group are the best for me . My sweety had some stories to tell about how fucked up the Soviet Union was on a day to day basis .
yes there is some pictures from RF Armed Forces, But some of pictures are taken from Ukrainian Army. И конечно, я пять понимаю российский стиль. Но не буду отвечать на обида. Хотя пять это сделать могу, этак будто я из России.
one of these women when she is standing in atention by one of the tanks, she changes her simile to a stern look like she is ready to kill someone if she gets the order to do it, she could be an oficer or a soldier.
A trigger is a named PL/SQL unit that is stored in the database and executed ( fired ) in response to a specified event that occurs in the database.
Overview of Triggers.
A trigger is a named program unit that is stored in the database and fired (executed) in response to a specified event. The specified event is associated with either a table, a view, a schema, or the database, and it is one of the following:
A database manipulation (DML) statement ( DELETE , INSERT , or UPDATE )
A database definition (DDL) statement ( CREATE , ALTER , or DROP )
A database operation ( SERVERERROR , LOGON , LOGOFF , STARTUP , or SHUTDOWN )
The trigger is said to be defined on the table, view, schema, or database.
A DML trigger is fired by a DML statement, a DDL trigger is fired by a DDL statement, a DELETE trigger is fired by a DELETE statement, and so on.
An INSTEAD OF trigger is a DML trigger that is defined on a view (not a table). The database fires the INSTEAD OF trigger instead of executing the triggering DML statement. For more information, see Modifying Complex Views (INSTEAD OF Triggers).
A system trigger is defined on a schema or the database. A trigger defined on a schema fires for each event associated with the owner of the schema (the current user). A trigger defined on a database fires for each event associated with all users.
A simple trigger can fire at exactly one of the following timing points :
Before the triggering statement executes.
After the triggering statement executes.
Before each row that the triggering statement affects.
After each row that the triggering statement affects.
A compound trigger can fire at more than one timing point. Compound triggers make it easier to program an approach where you want the actions you implement for the various timing points to share common data. For more information, see Compound Triggers.