Martynov - sad experience of the Russian-Japanes

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Reflections contained in books EI Martynov, very interesting, even today.
Especially characteristic in this respect Martynov book, published in print in 1906, "From the sad experience of the Russian-Japanese War", where, comparing Russian and Japanese armies Martynov bitterly on many points prefers Japanese. In this work, EI Martynov wrote about the pernicious role of our "so-called progressive intellectuals", which is either not interested in military action, spending most of his time in the entertainment and amusements, or, worse still, looked at war as a means of achieving their plans. They concluded "in the overthrow of the existing system and the creation of a new free state." "So how to achieve this in the victorious war was more difficult than during the war failed, - wrote Martynov - the radicals are not only our want of defeats, but also tried to call them." Events 1st World War and the subsequent revolution has confirmed the worst fears Yevgeny


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