Why Russias Smartest General Failed in 1916 (Brusilov Offensive Documentary)00:29:16

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The start of the Brusilov Offensive was the most successful Russian military operation during the First World War. It crippled the Austro-Hungarian Army and forced the Germans to divert troops from Verdun. But the Brusilov Offensive ultimately was a failure and cost the Russians an enormous amount of men. What went wrong?

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