Why did'nt the soviet red army have muttonies when they were pushed back to the gates of moscow


#1

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#2

B/C of the huge #'s of Soviet prisoners they take, that also means the soviet equipment either gets confiscated by the Germans, or destroyed by the fleeing Soviets themselves.

Im assuming you mean Soviet infrastructure, i.e. tanks, vehicles, and munitions? you have spelled in your title post MUTTONIES. DO YOU MEAN MUNITIONS, OR MUTINIES? Now i could very well be wrong, but im unaware of any mutinies of Red army soldiers against their superior officers and morale Soviet commisars like we saw back in the Great War, so you must mean munitions, right?

B/regards
Sean