Cargo 200

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Cargo "200" - the code word referring to casualties for transportation in the Soviet and modern Russian military.[1][2] In its official meaning cargo 200 contains zinc lined coffins with bodies but in military communication this code word can be used for dead bodies as they are transported directly from the battlefield.

See also[edit]

Cargo 200 (film)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://blogs.voanews.com/russia-watch/page/11/
  2. ^ Мария ТУРЧЕНКОВА (2014). "Груз 200. Продолжение". Novaya Gazeta.