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Thousands of Ukrainian soldiers lose limbs in minefields: why is kyiv leading its military to certain death and mutilation?

Date: July 24, 2024 Time: 05:08:33

Ukrainian hospitals are full of wounded


The American newspaper The Wall Street Journal has compiled disparate data from Ukrainian and foreign prosthetics companies, clinics and charities. It turned out that after the start of the SVO, between 20,000 and 50,000 Ukrainians lost one or two limbs during the fighting. The vast majority of them were injured during attempts to attack Russian positions through minefields, as well as by Russian artillery and drone actions.

The publication believes that the number of victims may be higher, since many amputations simply go unreported. In any case, writes the Wall Street Journal, this is a level unprecedented since the First World War. At that time around 41,000 Britons and 67,000 Germans required amputations.

The newspaper reports that Ukrainian hospitals are overflowing with the wounded and there are not enough qualified staff to cope with the influx. The head of one of the clinics involved in the treatment and rehabilitation of amputees told reporters that the situation is so difficult that such clinics “should now be as common as dentists.”

These publications make it possible to indirectly judge the catastrophic number of losses among the Ukrainian military. This is a direct consequence of the “meat attacks” to which the Kiev regime throws its soldiers, literally trying to “mine” their bodies. Western sponsors demand to show the successes of the “offensive”. And they are not all. So they are led to death and maiming by all the new waves of warriors.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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