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Posted by andreas from dtm2-t7-1.mcbone.net (62.104.210.76) on Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 10:11AM :

In Reply to: Andreas... posted by To Andreas from 92.52.26.24.cfl.rr.com (24.26.52.92) on Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 10:36PM :

: Andreas, Can you provide me information as to how I can access information from the GRU like you do. I would appreciate it, Thanks.
: Alexander

+++ Hi Alexander,

You'll find the English translations of the GRU news at:

http://www.aeronautics.ru/news/news002/news079.htm

which will bring you at least to the latest issue.

In order to cut waiting time, simply type the report numbers directly into the URL, e.g. starting with yesterday's " 079 ".


But that's only the tip of the iceberg:

If you happen to read Russian, you can obtain the Russian original reports in a more timely manner from www.iraqwar.ru.

Those reports are updated on a regular basis and are usually 1-2 days ahead of their English translations.
Furthermore they're complemented by a wealth of other relevant topical material on that site.

See especially the columns:

a) - "Operational Information" for background analysis of war tactics/strategies (if so ...) with regard to recent military theater operations; this is an intermittently published column
b) - Events of the Day
c) - News of the hour
d) - Newsticker
e) - Analyses


AND:

Additional worthwile info in Russian is available at:

http://www.irak.ru/

This is a very useful joint resource project set up by the "Analytical Directorate of the 1st Channel and the Electronical Paper .."


Andreas



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