⚔️ Uncovering Ukrainian Uncensored War Videos: Pro-Ukrainian Chechens Ambush Russian Troops, Wreak Havoc, and More

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For those looking for insight into the conflict in Ukraine, there is no better place to start than with the latest uncensored war videos. From footage of Pro Ukrainian Chechens ambushing a Russian truck, to Ukrainians wreaking havoc on Russian defenses, to the US influencing which weapons the Ukrainians get and which ones they don’t, to a gruesome video showing a prisoner of war being castrated, these videos provide a unique and powerful window into the ongoing battle being waged in Ukraine. To close out this selection, a song by Glorialle entitled “Heartbeat” provides one of the most popular anthems for the war effort. Below is a summary of the key takeaways from these highlighted videos, followed by a list of the videos available to view:

Key Takeaways from the Ukrainian Uncensored War Videos:
• Pro Ukrainian Chechens have been shown ambushing a Russian truck in this footage.
• Ukrainians have been wreaking havoc on Russian defenses as shown in the video.
• Western weapons have transformed the war in Ukraine, with the US influencing which weapons the Ukrainians get and which ones they don’t.
• A gruesome video has been released, purportedly showing a Ukrainian prisoner of war being gagged and castrated by a Russian soldier.
• Glorialle’s song “Heartbeat” has become the anthem of the war effort in Ukraine.

Daily Ukrainian Uncensored War Video Summary:
The daily Ukrainian uncensored war video summary offers a first-hand look at the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Viewers can see for themselves the Pro Ukrainian Chechens ambushing a Russian truck, the havoc wreaked on Russian defenses, the US influence on the weapons the Ukrainian army receives, the gruesome video of a prisoner of war being castrated, and the anthem of the war effort, Glorialle’s “Heartbeat”. Scroll down to view these videos and gain a deeper understanding of the war in Ukraine.


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[18+] Pro Ukrainian Chechens Ambush Russian Truck [Full Video, Uncensored]

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Tue Jul 18 2023 17:13:55 UTC

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12 Jul: FOOTAGE: Ukrainians WREAK HAVOC ON THE RUSSIAN DEFENSES | War in Ukraine Explained

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I am Ukrainian. My country has been invaded by Russia. In this video I will tell you what happened on the five hundred fourth day of the war.

Day 504: Jul 12

Today the biggest news comes from the south.

Here, Ukrainian forces continue exploiting Russian rigidities by conducting an effective war of attrition, and it is finally bringing major results. Last time I told you that a Russian soldier said in an interview that right now, Ukrainians are focused on draining accumulated Russian ammunition, equipment, and reserves.

One of the tactics that Ukrainians use is to trigger Russian artillery with small assaults, track them down with reconnaissance drones, and destroy them by conducting HIMARS strikes. It seems like this proved to be an extremely effective tactic because, over the last week, based only on the available footage, Ukrainians destroyed more than 20 artillery and air defense systems only in the Orikhiv direction.

A recent video shows how Ukrainians identified and destroyed two artillery systems Uragan, together with the trucks that delivered them ammunition. Uragan is one of the best Russian artillery systems that uses much bigger caliber shells and has a range almost twice of Grad systems. The video shows how the first rocket destroyed a truck with equipment, and less than 2 seconds later, another rocket hit Uragan itself. The same day, Ukrainians spotted another Uragan in a tree line – they immediately targeted the ammunition depot and the Uragan system, causing it to detonate.

Ukrainian fighters from the 44th Artillery Brigade published a video showing how they hunted down several more artillery systems a few days prior. Ukrainian drone operator noticed the movement of a Grad system, waited until it got to the shelter, and then gave the coordinates for the strike. The same day he found another artillery system Msta-S, awkwardly hiding in a tree line. Lastly, closer to the night, another artillery position was revealed – this time, it was the position of Gitsint-B. The site rapidly caught on fire, as the ammunition storage nearby also got hit.

Russian forces published a video of the aftermath of a HIMARS strike on Giatsint-B. Russian soldiers said that the artillery system basically evaporated, leaving just a crater where it was stationed. Around 25 meters away, they found the gun of the artillery system that got stuck in the ground.

There are many more videos of other successful HIMARS strikes on Russian artillery systems, and all of this means one thing – the ability of the Russians to provide artillery support and conduct counterbattery fire rapidly decreases. Ukrainians took advantage of that, especially the lack of counterbattery fire, and brought their own Grad systems closer to the front to fire at Russian trenches and fortifications. Ukrainians also know that Russian commanders are not allowed to make rotations, and those troops who stay on the zero line, stay there till the end. Such conditions are detrimental to the morale of the soldiers, who know that they will not be replaced, that the flying above them HIMARS rockets are about to destroy more Russian artillery systems, leaving them with even less support, and that sooner or later they will die from Ukrainian artillery.

The commander of the Russian 58th Combined-Arms Army, Major General Ivan Popov, who is basically responsible for the hottest front, wanted to break the bureaucratic machine of the Russian Ministry of Defense and solve these problems once and for all. He got fired by the Chief of the Russian General Staff, Gerasimov, the same day. Popov was shocked and recorded an audio message to explain what happened.

He said that during the meeting with the High Commanders, instead of bringing to the table yet another positive report, he said that his troops are in need of rotation after fighting in combat for a long time and suffering significant casualties and that Russian counterbattery fire is horrible and virtually nonexistent, which is why Ukrainians are gradually getting an edge. When his concerns were dismissed, Popov threatened to appeal to Russian President Vladimir Putin with his complaint. Gerasimov accused Popov of alarmism and blackmail and fired him on the spot.

The Russian Ministry of Defense did not like Popov from the beginning because he was breaking a lot of rules and acted without the permission of the General Staff. For example, he created and supplied himself the first Russian drone detachments in the Zaporizhia region.

How Western weapons transformed the war in Ukraine

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Fri Mar 24 2023 12:00:03 UTC

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When Russia first invaded Ukraine in 2014, the US was hesitant to send more than supplies to the Ukrainian army. But when Russia launched a full-scale invasion in 2022, the US changed its tune. President Joe Biden quickly began approving huge packages of weapons to help Ukraine stymie the Russian attack. And for the first couple of weeks, it worked. The Ukrainian army used weapons from the US and its Western allies to stop Russia from capturing Kiev.

As the war progressed, so did US help. It sent heavy artillery in the spring, and then agreed to eventually send tanks in winter 2023. But each time, it deliberated over whether Ukraine can effectively use the weapons, and whether they’ll provoke Russia to escalate the conflict.

So far, that hasn’t happened, and the US and its allies are now considering sending Ukraine very advanced long-range missiles and F-16 fighter jets. Both would be game-changers for Ukraine.

Sources and further reading:

Stimson Center- www.stimson.org/2022/u-s-security-assistance-to-ukraine-breaks-all-precedents/&sa=D&source=docs&ust=1679600857055035&usg=AOvVaw0BoV2nDHscvxIPa3G1yqoK

CSIS – https://www.csis.org/analysis/united-states-running-out-weapons-send-ukraine

Politico – https://www.politico.com/news/2023/01/28/pentagon-send-f-16s-ukraine-00080045

The Economist – https://www.economist.com/europe/2023/03/06/ukraine-is-building-up-its-forces-for-an-offensive

Note: The headline on this piece has been updated. Previous headline: How US weapons transformed the war in Ukraine, How Ukraine got so many weapons

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Gruesome video shows gagged Ukrainian prisoner of war being castrated

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Sat Jul 30 2022 2:47:12 UTC

A horrific video has emerged purportedly showing a Ukrainian prisoner of war being gagged and castrated by a Russian soldier.
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Heartbeat GLORIALLE – uncensored – Ukraine War, Війна в Україні, Ukraine Krieg

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Sat Apr 9 2022 17:47:41 UTC

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#heartbeat4peace „Ursprünglich war „Heartbeat“ ein Liebeslied und wir wollten dazu ein romantisches Video drehen. Als der Krieg in der Ukraine begonnen hat, bekam der Text und somit der gesamte Song für mich eine völlig andere Bedeutung. So ist #heartbeat4peace entstanden“

#heartbeat4peace Originally, “Heartbeat” was a love song, and we wanted to make a romantic video about it. When the war started in Ukraine, the lyrics and the whole song took on a completely different meaning for me. That’s how #heartbeat4peace was born.

#heartbeat4peace «Первоначально песня «Heartbeat» была задумана как песня о любви, и к ней должен был сниматься видеоклип о романтической истории любви. Когда началась война в Украине, текст и сама песня обрели для меня совершенно новое значение. Так родился #heartbeat4peace –Стук сердца за Мир»

Missile Strikes as Ukrainian Man Shoots Selfie Video

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Thu Mar 3 2022 0:07:56 UTC

A huge blast ripped apart the center of Kharikiv, Ukraine’s second largest city. A man was shooting a selfie video when a missile …
Show more A huge blast ripped apart the center of Kharikiv, Ukraine’s second largest city. A man was shooting a selfie video when a missile struck, and miraculously survived. But could Russia’s military invasion be crumbling from within? At least 300 soldiers are said to have surrendered, and others are refusing to fight. The brave citizens of Ukraine continue to confront the invaders, and are blocking roads with burned out cars, sandbags, old tires, and throngs of people.
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