Obscure Military History: The Brusilov Offensive in World War I

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The Brusilov Offensive, 1916

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Very often the Russian side of World War I is overlooked by Historians due to the gross inadequacy of the Russian Imperial Army during this time.

This was not taking into account the Brusilov Offensive of 1916, which is considered by most Military Historians as one, if not the finest, most effective offensives of the War.

For more reading on this subject, check out fellow WordPress blogger Slivoitz Diaries.

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