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FOUR-year-olds are shown how to use AK-47s and grenade launchers at Russian kindergarten 

Shocking footage shows an officer in combat gear demonstrating a Kalashnikov machine gun and anti-tank grenade launcher to kindergarten kids

FOUR-year-old children learn to use AK-47s and grenade launchers in a Russian kindergarten

  • Officer seen in combat fatigues demonstrating a Kalashnikov machine gun
  • The “teacher” is Pavel Firsov, of the pro-Kremlin Combat Brotherhood movement
  • Children of kindergarten No. 31 in Korolev near Moscow learned about weapons

Children as young as four and five years old attend war courses in Vladimir Putin’s Russia.

Shocking footage shows an officer in combat gear demonstrating a Kalashnikov machine gun and an anti-tank grenade launcher to kindergarten children.

The “teacher” is Pavel Firsov, from a pro-Kremlin militarist movement called Combat Brotherhood.

The children of kindergarten No. 31 in Korolev, near Moscow, learned the “qualities that distinguish a true defender of the fatherland”.

Firsov is a “veteran of military operations” and regularly gives military lessons to older children.

The lectures come as tens of thousands of Russian soldiers have died in Putin’s bid to invade and emasculate independent Ukraine.

Shocking footage shows an officer in combat gear demonstrating a Kalashnikov machine gun and anti-tank grenade launcher to kindergarten kids

Shocking footage shows an officer in combat gear demonstrating a Kalashnikov machine gun and anti-tank grenade launcher to kindergarten kids

The 'teacher' is Pavel Firsov, pictured, of a pro-Kremlin militarist movement called Combat Brotherhood.  The children of kindergarten No. 31 in Korolev near Moscow learned the

The ‘teacher’ is Pavel Firsov, pictured, of a pro-Kremlin militarist movement called Combat Brotherhood. Children of kindergarten No. 31 in Korolev, near Moscow, learned the “qualities that distinguish a true defender of the fatherland”

A critical commentator asked in disbelief, “Did I understand correctly that a fighter brought a machine gun and a flamethrower to kindergarten?”

But another replied: “It is better for a fighter who wishes children well to bring a machine gun and a flamethrower to kindergarten than a terrorist.

Another commenter despaired: “In my childhood at school, someone’s grandfather with noble gray hair came adorned with medals and told us that war is scary, with pain and tears.

“We were told how wonderful victory was and how to cherish world peace.

“I don’t remember a word about weapons.

“Now happy Russian children are told how and what to use to kill the bad guys. Feel the difference.’

Firsov, pictured, is a

Firsov, pictured, is a ‘military operations veteran’ and regularly gives military lessons to older children

The lectures come as tens of thousands of Russian soldiers have died in Putin's bid to invade and emasculate independent Ukraine.  Pictured: Firsov

The lectures come as tens of thousands of Russian soldiers have died in Putin’s bid to invade and emasculate independent Ukraine. Pictured: Firsov

Another complained: ‘I’m shocked.

‘Why, why show this in kindergarten? Degenerates!’

A kindergarten parent expressed outrage.

“We were not warned. We were lucky that our child was not in kindergarten that day.

People were outraged by the images and photographs circulating on social media.  One person wrote: “I am shocked.  Why, why show that in kindergarten?  Degenerates!'

People were outraged by the images and photographs circulating on social media. One person wrote: “I am shocked. Why, why show that in kindergarten? Degenerates!’

And a kindergarten parent said they hadn't been

And a kindergarten parent said they weren’t “warned” of the class, saying they were lucky they weren’t in kindergarten that day

Another reviewer said he was

Another critic said it was “awful” to show children guns and that children should not be involved in military propaganda.

Another reviewer said it was “awful” to show the guns to children.

“The law states that it is not permitted to involve children in military propaganda. It is necessary to report this violation to the public prosecutor’s office.’

One supporter said if the boys didn’t learn to use guns they would become ‘cowardly men’.

But one supporter said that if the boys didn't learn to use guns, they would become

But one supporter said if the boys didn’t learn to use guns they would become “cowardly men”.

Pictured: Russian schoolchildren from the National Youth Army Cadet Movement learn about war

Pictured: Russian schoolchildren from the National Youth Army Cadet Movement learn about war

Russian children attend kindergartens before transferring to school at age seven.  Pictured: Children learn about war and weapons in kindergarten

Russian children attend kindergartens before transferring to school at age seven. Pictured: Children learn about war and weapons in kindergarten

Another said: “Girls probably won’t be interested, but boys – 100%.

“We have become too soft and pampered as so many outraged comments show.”

In Russia, children attend kindergartens before transferring to school at the age of seven.

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