Russian losses topple 600k as Mad Vlad Putin blasts through two-thirds of troops

War-mad Russian leader Vladimir Putin has blown through more than two-thirds of his army, with more losses toppling 600k overnight.

The Kremlin has been pretty silent when it comes to releasing official loss and death figures since first invading Ukraine just over a year ago in February 2022.

However, Ukraine has been keeping as good of a tally as it can – and the only one that exists.

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According to Minusrus, a website launched at the start of the invasion and supported by Ukraine's Special Operations Forces, Putin has lost 600,560 soldiers.

Of those, 149,890 have been killed in action with another 449,670 injured so badly that they can not return to the front line.

On top of that, Ukraine has captured around 1,000 prisoners of war.

In total, that makes the losses a whopping 66.7% of Putin's 900,000 available armed forces personnel.

It is also thought that Putin has seen 6,639 armoured combat vehicles destroyed, 3,395 tanks blown up, and 2,393 pieces of artillery equipment ruined.

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So far, 300 aircraft and 288 helicopters have been shop down, while 18 ships and boats have been sunk or blown up.

In the last 24 hours alone, Putin has seen more than 2,600 men killed in action, with another seven tanks destroyed.

Putin originally called up 190,000 soldiers to fight his failing battle, but that number was blown through quickly which saw him attempt to recruit another 300,000 more.

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It is thought that Ukraine has lost around half of what Russia has, but those figures are also not fully verifiable.

This failed miserably, as millions of people fled Russia in order to get away from being forced into battle.

The last few months as seen rumours upon rumours about Putin's job being on the line the longer the invasion goes on, with some in his top team already plotting on how to get rid of him and who to replace the despot with.

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