Kurginyan explains how Soviet tanks and aircraft were superior to the Germans during WWII

04.02.2023, Aleksandrovskoye

On aggregate, Soviet military technology during the Great Patriotic War was superior to the excellent German equipment, recalled crisis analyst, political scientist, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on January 27 in the program Conversation with a Sage on the Zvezda radio published on the movement’s YouTube channel.

“Continuously, and for a very long time, Russian Soviet technology outperformed the competitor’s bests during the Great Patriotic War. This was the case, largely, because the Soviet equipment was cheaper, it was produced in greater numbers, and it became competitive in the hands of Soviet soldiers and officers,” emphasized Kurginyan.

Perhaps, the Soviet T-34 tank was inferior to the heavy German Tigers, but Soviet tanks beat the German’s due to the fact that they were cheaper, and, ultimately, there were more of them, noted the expert.

In 1944, superiority in the air belonged to Soviet aviation too. In 1941, if a German plane was above in the air – dear fathers, run for safety! But in 1944, the situation changed dramatically. Despite the fact that individual characteristics of German aircraft may have been technologically better than the Soviet’s. They, also, were more expensive to manufacture, noted Kurginyan.

“The productivity of our lines, the quantity multiplied by quality was such that by 1944 we won overwhelmingly. This German aviation was a hardly noticeable factor. Not only in relation to the British and American counterparts, but also relative to ours,” recalled the political scientist.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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