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Incredible moment wives of mobilised Russian troops who hid under CORPSES to survive massacre find the men near Ukraine frontline and demand their commanders send them home

  • Up to 70 women walked from Belgorod to occupied Luhansk to find husbands
  • The women from Kursk region accused army chiefs of abandoning their spouses
  • Said a commander had ‘tied solders’ hands and feet’ and forced them into battle
  • One wife said the men had been ‘hiding under the corpses’ of their comrades

This is the emotional moment wives of mobilised Russian men – who ‘hid under corpses to survive’ – travelled close to the frontline to find their retreating husbands and demand commanders return them home from Putin‘s war hell.

Up to 70 women had set off on foot from Belgorod to occupied Luhansk region in search of their spouses following a ‘massacre’ blamed on inept senior officers.

Some of the wives reached the men – who have pulled back from the frontline – and confronted commanders who have so far refused to permit them to leave the war zone.

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The women from Kursk region accuse army chiefs of abandoning their husbands after ‘only around 30 men survived’ from one group of 200 men.

‘We won’t leave them,’ a woman is heard telling an officer in Starobelsk.

‘We don’t trust you anymore.’

Not all the men made it out of the killing zone, with some hiding in abandoned houses in Golubovka, it was reported.

Desperate Russian wives have confronted army chiefs after from Belgorod to occupied Luhansk region to find their husbands

Desperate Russian wives have confronted army chiefs after from Belgorod to occupied Luhansk region to find their husbands

One wife, Svetlana Gorbatenko (pictured), who is pregnant, said: 'We have very bad weather'

Ms Gorbatenko added: 'We are already frozen, and with fog, but we will move, we will not give up'

One wife, Svetlana Gorbatenko (pictured left and right), who is pregnant, said: ‘We have very bad weather. We are already frozen, and with fog, but we will move, we will not give up’

The women have complained to military prosecutors at how one commander named Samvel Yurievich ‘tied the soldiers’ hands and feet, and put weapons to their heads, forcing them to go into battle, calling them cowards’.

They also said that the men were fired on by their own artillery.

At the reunion with the wives, an officer is heard telling the men with the women present: ‘I’m saying one more time, I have an order to deliver [you] to an assembly point where you will be talked to.

‘You all are servicemen, you should understand and comprehend that.’

The women tell the officer that they will not leave the men.

‘We we already sent them away once,’ said one.

‘Sent them off and see how many returned.

‘Look how many are left.’

Recent days have seen a dramatic rise in women protesting about the war.

Some of the wives reached the men - who have pulled back from the frontline -

They confronted commanders who have so far refused to permit them to leave the war zone

Some of the wives reached the men – who have pulled back from the frontline – and confronted commanders who have so far refused to permit them to leave the war zone

The women from Kursk region accuse army chiefs of abandoning their husbands after 'only around 30 men survived' from one group of 200 men

The women from Kursk region accuse army chiefs of abandoning their husbands after ‘only around 30 men survived’ from one group of 200 men

TV Rain reported that the battalion commander ‘forced those who returned from the shelling to go back into battle’.

‘The women complained to the military prosecutor’s office, but they were told there that their husbands would not be taken out.’

One wife called Anna said the men had been ‘hiding under the corpses [of comrades] so they wouldn’t be found.

‘There were a lot of wounded people there, they walked through the forest, carrying the wounded’.

Earlier the defiant women had been seen walking towards the frontline.

One wife, Svetlana Gorbatenko, who is pregnant, said: ‘We have very bad weather.

‘We are already frozen, and with fog, but we will move, we will not give up.’

The men are survivors from a notorious fight at Makiivka where up to 500 perished, it is believed.

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