Soviet Superweapon used vs CHina in the 60s - Page 2




 
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February 11th, 2005  
Charge 7
 
 
No, he was replying to Goose's comment about communism and brotherhood.
February 11th, 2005  
Zucchini
 
When one country negotiates away another country's vital interests to a common enemy, you are going to risk a split no matter what the form of government.

China had a hot border dispute with India, and, without consulting with China, Kruschev pulled the rug out from under them. He basically treated China like a child instead of a full partner, and the Chinese did not take it well. So they chilled relationships with Russia.
February 11th, 2005  
Missileer
 
 
The only weapon in the late 60's would be a neutron bomb explosion that could devastate an island with low radiation effects. IMO.
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February 12th, 2005  
victortsoi
 
LOL!
im the guy that started that strategypage thread, im Achtunglagg on that site btw.
i didnt get satisfactory responses there so i asked you guys.
probably some skirmish that got elaborated on a lot.
February 12th, 2005  
Sexybeast
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Charge_7
"about the communist idology, it was mainly because of kuschreav, wutever the h**l his name is, after stalin"

Wrong. Stalinism was the first major corruption of communist ideals. It was already twisted from what Marx and Engels had envisioned by Lenin, but Stalin totally bent it out of any similarity to anything like what "Das Capital" was about. Khrushchev was actually a reformer in comparison to Stalin. After the missles of October he became more and more increasingly willing to negotiate with the West and that is why Breshnev and the politburo kicked him out of power.
and also his crappy agricultural policies
February 12th, 2005  
Sexybeast
 
actually china captured a T-62 tank in that boarder clashes, and that tank is still in the museum today
February 12th, 2005  
MadeInChina
 
" you will not retreat or u'll be fed to geramans" -khusrkev

lol, he is not a good politican, as far as i know hes a read hard-edger, capable of driving men to the limits, but hes not intelligent
February 12th, 2005  
victortsoi
 
lol, my father also told me that when he was in the college for civil engineering the leading civil engineer was put into a mental hospital for daring to tell khrustchev that his plan of making two dams on one river was wrong....
February 12th, 2005  
Damien435
 
 
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Originally Posted by victortsoi
lol, my father also told me that when he was in the college for civil engineering the leading civil engineer was put into a mental hospital for daring to tell khrustchev that his plan of making two dams on one river was wrong....
lol, he should have been, in my state alone we have four dams on the Missourri River, construction on these dams started in the 40's and were completed in the early 60's.
February 12th, 2005  
Missileer
 
 
The only reason for multiple dams is for navigation of locks up and down the river. Lock #26 on the Mississippi is located near St. Louis. There are a lot more downriver.