All the rest is your feeble attempt to weasel out of your lies.
That's all you do, lie and try to cover your lies up with yet more lies.
Like your latest, that of a boxer.
But you're really a very ugly Rat Terrier.
And you've produced no links to support your lies. Funny how liars do that..........
A wartime cartoon in The New Yorker shows the docks of Murmansk covered with off-loaded containers and a Soviet official having trouble finding the word "spam" in the dictionary. Spam was one of the many food items sent to the former Soviet Union by the United States under the Lend-Lease Program first suggested by Winston Churchill, to which the United States contributed the major portion. The subject has been previously covered by such books as Hubert van Tuyll's Feeding the Bear (1989), but the present well-written text has the advantage of access to Russian sources, which were put to good use by Albert Weeks. The author makes a clear case that the program was a major factor in the survival of the Soviet Union and the victory over Nazism.""
You've been beatenlike the dog you are, again!!
You obviously have no idea of the scale of the war between Russia and Germany.
And, you have no idea of the schedule of delivery.
Here's your facts again:
Delivery of supplies didn't peak until 1944. The vast majority of the equipment you reference was delivered after this time. At this time the Germans had already been defeated and were in full retreat from Russia. Here's the significant events again:
German defeat at Stalingrad winter 1942-43.
(Americans land in Morocco, Brits get run out of Libya and retreat to Egypt)
(US Navy Adm King in 1941-2, opposed the introduction of convoys. Few ships making it successfully to Minsk, most being sunk in the middle of the Atlantic.)
(In the Pacific, Japan bombs Calcutta, India; Japan bombs Darwin, Austrailia; Americans win Guadacanal; Americans win Buna, New Guinea; Brits begin guerilla war in Burma)
Last German counter-offensive Kursk, Belarus, to stop the Russian advance on all fronts July-August 1943. It becomes a foregone conclusion Russia will defeat Germany.
(Americans adopt the convoy system and the supplies to Russia rise above a trickle.)
(Allies in Sicily. No allied boots on the ground on the entire continent of Europe.)
(U.S. begins submarine warfare against Japanese shipping, Japanese end their occupation of the Aleutian Islands)
If you had any real knowledge of events, it will be obvious to you from history that at the time it became a foregone conclusion that Russia was going to defeat Germany and had already pushed the German army back to the border of Belarus with Eastern European countries and had them in headlong retreat, the amount of supplies from the United States to Russia equaled a mere trickle.
The amounts you reference are almost all that was delivered after Russia had beat the Germans, and had them in headlong retreat on all fronts, and the battle lines criss-crossed the Soviet Union-Eastern Europe border.
You are not only an ignorant dupe, you are an idiot.