In Russia it is said that chickens are milked, and cows carry eggs. (A mockery of those who believe ridiculous rumors.)

The Russian V-Day Story (Or The History Of World War II Not Often Heard In The West) | Zero Hedge

Women fought along side the men as snipers, gunners, tankists, pilots, nurses partisans. They also kept the home front going. “Villages have become the kingdom of women,” wrote Grossman, “They drive tractors, guard warehouses and stables… Women are carrying on their shoulders the great burden of work. They dominate… send bread, aircraft, weapons and ammunition to the front.” When the war was being fought on the Volga, they did not reproach their men for having given up so much ground. “Women look and say no

Source: The Russian V-Day Story (Or The History Of World War II Not Often Heard In The West) | Zero Hedge

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Great article!!!