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I invite English fans to the World Cup 2018 - Russia, Volgograd

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I had actually started planning a trip to Kaliningrad, but gave up on it fairly quickly. Gonna skip this one. And Qatar for that matter.

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I understood that there were no tickets. But I'm still posting my message
I will not clean. At one forum already, were interested in my offer and offered to send me their bank details :) :) That's what I replied to them. Read, you should be interested.

"Why do I need your bank details? I do not need them. I do not broker money for help. I will find and offer you a hotel, you will come and pay the hotel at the cashier of this hotel. I'll bring you to a cafe and you'll order and pay their bill. I do not need to pay anything. You write to me on the mail how I can contact you: Skype, Vibert, Votsapp ... Just by cell phone expensive. All this write to mail volga0825@gmail.com. In the message, ask questions. Write when you arrive? Do you need a hotel? What is the comfort in the hotel? What price do you like? How many people will arrive with you? If you are alone or with your wife, then you can stay at my house. And so on. Gradually we will solve all the issues. There is still plenty of time. Of course, I'll powder you to send me the skin of your personal documents: a passport (some of the figures can be painted over), tickets for a match and an airplane .... Let's talk :) :) :)Yet. I can order a good and cheap hotel not only for you, but also for 10-50 fans. But to meet in my car I can not more than 3. I have a car, not a huge bus .. But I can teach them how to book a taxi and they will call and order a taxi and will reach the specified address. How much will it cost for them to taxi I do not I know. And I'll ask you to pay me only the cost of gasoline - no more than 5 EUR from the airport and no more than 3 EUR from the railway station"

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3 hours ago, Nugget said:

I had actually started planning a trip to Kaliningrad, but gave up on it fairly quickly. Gonna skip this one. And Qatar for that matter.

And why did you surrender? Is it difficult to buy a ticket? Do you find it difficult to navigate in a foreign city and country?

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The map of the journey from the Airport is via the railway station and the Stadium to my house. All distances written on the map

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11 hours ago, Volga0825 said:

And why did you surrender? Is it difficult to buy a ticket? Do you find it difficult to navigate in a foreign city and country?

He's a ginger, he'd scare the good people of Russia with his lack of a soul, and in Qatar he would burst in to flames from the heat.

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1 hour ago, Paul Llorente said:

He's a ginger, he'd scare the good people of Russia with his lack of a soul, and in Qatar he would burst in to flames from the heat.

Parts of Russia have a very large ginger population, you fuck. Can't argue with what you said about Qatar though.

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Congratulations on the 75th anniversary of victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. The Battle of Stalingrad (23 August 1942 – 2 February 1943) was a major confrontation of World War II in which Nazi Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd). The Battle of Stalingrad is the most bloody battle in human history.
King of Great Britain George VI presented Stalingrad with a donation sword The acid-etched inscription in Russian and English reads:  "ГРАЖДАНАМ СТАЛИНГРАДА • КРЕПКИМ КАК СТАЛЬ • ОТ КОРОЛЯ ГЕОРГА VI • В ЗНАК ГЛУБОКОГО ВОСХИЩЕНИЯ БРИТАНСКОГО НАРОДА
TO THE STEEL-HEARTED CITIZENS OF STALINGRAD • THE GIFT OF KING GEORGE VI • IN TOKEN OF THE HOMAGE OF THE BRITISH PEOPLE".
On 29 November 1943 it was presented to Marshal Joseph Stalin by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at an afternoon ceremony during the Tehran Conference in the presence of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and an honour guard. 

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Today I looked at the availability of hotels in Volgograd and tried to book seats on 18.06.2018. I was amazed. In many hotels there are no more places for this time. Prices for this time have grown several times .. And this is for today. I think whoever has not booked the hotel should look for a simple apartment that people are renting. But there are no such variants on special sites - we need to search for private ads.
I think that the moderators of this site allow me to give links to sites in Russia - this is not a competition. Translate it yourself through Google.
Here you can see and book hotels
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On 2/2/2018 at 2:51 PM, Volga0825 said:

Congratulations on the 75th anniversary of victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. The Battle of Stalingrad (23 August 1942 – 2 February 1943) was a major confrontation of World War II in which Nazi Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd). The Battle of Stalingrad is the most bloody battle in human history.
King of Great Britain George VI presented Stalingrad with a donation sword The acid-etched inscription in Russian and English reads:  "ГРАЖДАНАМ СТАЛИНГРАДА • КРЕПКИМ КАК СТАЛЬ • ОТ КОРОЛЯ ГЕОРГА VI • В ЗНАК ГЛУБОКОГО ВОСХИЩЕНИЯ БРИТАНСКОГО НАРОДА
TO THE STEEL-HEARTED CITIZENS OF STALINGRAD • THE GIFT OF KING GEORGE VI • IN TOKEN OF THE HOMAGE OF THE BRITISH PEOPLE".
On 29 November 1943 it was presented to Marshal Joseph Stalin by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at an afternoon ceremony during the Tehran Conference in the presence of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and an honour guard. 

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Funny thing I've seen documentary on Discovery Channel about that. For many years in USSR (later Russia) it was common believe that it was tactical genius of Stalin who gave the order to for the troops to retreat Stalingrad and defend city from there which resulted in Soviets beating German army. Later as Soviets archives revealed there was no tactical genius because soldiers were given the order to hold the line at all cost and stop advancing German tanks. In reality they were slaughtered by German tanks who literally run them over in those trenches. Majority of the soldiers started to abandon their positions in order to run for their lives despite the orders from the command to hold the line or they will be shot. Hundreds of soldiers were shot in the back as they were running towards the City by own squad commanders. Simply there was too many of them to shot them all so Soviet army retreat to the City walls to save their lives which later turned to their advantage and help beat Germans. If they obeyed Stalin and stayed in trenches for slaughter the world we know now would be different as Battle of Stalingrad was major tuning point of WWII which resulted in fall of Adolf Hitler.

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Is this thread for real? I can’t tell lol. 

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15 hours ago, KajoCFC said:

Funny thing I've seen documentary on Discovery Channel about that.....

In Stalingrad, Soviet soldiers had nowhere to flee. The Germans pressed us to the Volga River. In some places, the distance from the line of defense to the river was only 50 meters. The river Volga can not swim even without clothes. Field Marshal Paulus was captured in the basement of the central department store. The basement is 730 meters from the Volga River. There are also our military maps and German maps. It is a fact. Think about who, how and where could shoot "escaping" in the back. /////// In any case, Russia defeated Germany. And it was not Stalin who won, but the Russian soldier !!!
The total number of captured Wehrmacht fighters and their allies for the period July 1942 - February 1943 is unknown, so the prisoners were taken by different fronts and passed through various accounting documents. The figure of 91 545 people who were captured at the final stage of the battle in the city center of Stalingrad from January 10 to February 22, 1943, including about 2,500 officers, 24 generals and Field Marshal Paulus, is accurately known. About 500 thousand fascists were destroyed (about 300,000 Germans, German allies (Italians, Romanians, Hungarians, Croats) - about 200,000 people). This is ONLY during the Battle of Stalingrad.
According to W. Churchill, the armed forces of Britain during the Second World War lost 303,240 people killed and missing.
The city of Stalingrad was destroyed COMPLETELY. You can see the photos on this site. Watch attentively. - There is a photo and Soviet and German. https://ribalych.ru/2014/02/14/stalingradskaya-bitva-realnye-fotografii/ You will not regret

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5 hours ago, CFC58 said:

Is this thread for real? I can’t tell lol.

What are you talking about? About me? If about me, then I'm real :)

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