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  2. Why Is The Letter 'Z' On All Those Russian Tanks? - HuffPost

    Some theorize that “Z” stands for “zapad,” or the Russian word for West, meaning the troops in those vehicles came from a Western part of the country. Others have alleged that it stands for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who is believed to be a top target for Russian special forces.

  3. Z (military symbol) - Wikipedia

    The Latin-script letter Z (Russian: зет, tr. zet, IPA: [zɛt]) is one of several symbols (including "V" and "O") painted on military vehicles of the Russian Armed Forces involved in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.

  4. Some speculate that the "Z" could stand for " zapad ," which means west in Russian. Some have snidely suggested that the symbol stands for other words such as " zhopa ," meaning ass in a...

  5. Why has the letter Z become the symbol of war for Russia?

    How has Z become the symbol of the war in Russia? In the past two weeks, Z has gone from a military marking to the main symbol of public support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

  6. How the letter 'Z' become a pro-war symbol in Russia | CNN

    Military experts interpreted the “Z” as “Za pobedy,” Russian for “for victory,” or as “Zapad,” for “West.” Some dubbed vehicles painted with the symbol the “Zorro Squad,” while others suggested...

  7. In Russia, the "Z" is fast becoming seen as a staunchly pro-war symbol of President Putin's invasion of Ukraine. It has been sported by politicians, seen on the sides of cars, vans and...

  8. Ukraine war: Why is Russia using the letter 'Z' and what does ...

    The "Z" symbol was initially spotted on Russian tanks and other military vehicles but it has quickly been embraced by some as a show of support for Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Sky News looks at the possible origins of the symbol. How widespread is its usage? News reports on Monday alone had two examples of the symbol being used.