18 thoughts on “No Through Road

  1. Yeah, Ok

    The Soviets were on the Allied side in the war. Stalingrad was a major battle and turning point that in the long run helped win back much of western Europe from the Germans. I don’t really see the issue? There’s a Stalingrad in Bordeaux as well, and I’m sure other places.

  2. Gorev Mahagut

    Ha ha! Someone thought he was booking a holiday in Russia. Ha ha ha ha ha. Seriously, I’d have a word with your travel agent if I was you. Удачи, товарищ.

  3. Pat "Connie" Plank

    There’s a Cill Iníon Léinín (Church of the daughters of Lenin) in Co. Dublin. Killiney.

    And a Paris in Texas.

    So what?

    1. Oisin

      Sorry to burst your bubble but

      ‘The name Killiney is derived from the Irish, Cill‐Inion‐Leinin, which translates as
      “the church of the daughter of Lenin”. (Lenin was the patron Saint of this site in the 6th
      Century)’… ‘The Church of St. Lenin, remained in use until the seventeenth century when it became a
      ruin, however for in excess of 800 years, it existed as a significant influence on this
      locality’

  4. Turgenev

    Not only were the Russians on the allied side, the ware would definitely have been lost without the Russians pouring troops into it; something like 23 million Russians were killed. In effect, it was the Russians and the also-rans.

  5. Astra

    It’s a big world out there, Darragh. Zoom out your Google maps to the max and see for yourself

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