Kruty 1918, Kiev 2022?

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A film, Kruty 1918, is being released to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Kruty. The film was released in 2018 and tells the story of a group of Ukrainian soldiers who were ordered to defend their homeland against the Bolshevik invaders in 1918.

The Battle of Kruty was a military engagement during the Ukrainian–Soviet War that took place from January 27 to January 29, 1918. It took place near a small town called Kruty in what is now Ukraine.

The climax of this film is when the Soviet Russia attacks Kruty and Ukraine fights back with all their might. It’s a moment that shows just how much they are willing to sacrifice for their country. As a Bolshevik army of about 4.000 men, commanded by General Muravyov, advances towards Kyiv, with the aim of capturing the city, a small Ukrainian unit of 400 soldiers -about 300 of which are students- is resisting near the railroad station of Kruty. The clash between the opposite and unequal forces rages, with terrible fury. Young people, like Spartan soldiers, sacrifice themselves in a struggle against aggressors.

The film does an excellent job of portraying the lives of soldiers on both sides of battle. It also shows how war can change people. This movie is worth seeing because it will make you think about what war really means for all the people involved in it.

Will Ukraine and Russia go to war in 2022?

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This question is a matter of perspective. If you ask a Ukrainian, they will tell you that the war has been happening for the past 4 years already. If you ask a Russian, they will tell you that the war has never happened and Ukraine is just an internal conflict.

Russia and Ukraine have had a complicated relationship for centuries. In the early, Ukraine was a part of the Russian Empire. During the Soviet era, Ukraine was part of the USSR and was often under Russian control. The two countries have fought each other in wars on several occasions, most notably during World War II when they were allies against Nazi Germany.

In 1991, Ukraine became an independent country after the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, Russia is still a very powerful neighbor and has been trying to establish control over Ukraine for a long time. Russia has been supporting pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine since 2014 and this conflict has resulted in more than 10,000 deaths so far.

The future of Ukraine and Russia is uncertain and it’s hard to say if there will be another war in 2022 or not. We can only hope that there won’t be another one anytime soon.

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