World War II teaches us that the Ukraine war may continue for some time

“History is not destiny, yet the past can teach us what is or is not possible in the future. Despite drones, cruise missiles, precision weapons, and special operations forces, the Russo-Ukrainian War remains defined by the five main constraints of war: equipment, training, doctrine, morale, and terrain.” Dr. Robert Kirchubel, a FORCES historian, analyzes in the National Intrest how and why the Russian-Ukrainian war might follow patterns seen in World War II. The conflict will probably see many swings on both sides before settling down to a conclusion.

Understanding the Ukraine War Through the Lens of World War II | The National Interest