NATO reassigns Luftwaffe’s Red Baron to Eastern Front | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

NATO reassigns Luftwaffe’s Red Baron to Eastern Front

NATO reassigns Luftwaffe’s Red Baron to Eastern Front

Russia can’t make a move without the West drawing disparaging historical parallels. Everything from planning a natural gas pipeline to holding a routine military exercises conjures up allusions to Joseph Stalin or Ivan the Terrible.

Not so with NATO actions, however. German warplanes can regularly fly over the Baltic Sea region off the coast of Russian territory as part of permanent NATO air patrols and no analogy to their predecessors doing so 80 years ago are made. The German army can command NATO’s battle group in Lithuania, on Russia’s border, and no mention of the Wehrmacht is mentioned. Germany can participate in an air war against Yugoslavia again after a 50-some-odd-year hiatus and no hint of Hitler is breathed.

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