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Red Army is a Cold War-era war novel written by U.S. Army intelligence analyst Ralph Peters. The book considered a World War III scenario involving a Soviet attack on West Germany across the North German Plain, defended by NATO army corps from the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, and : Ralph Peters.
An interesting autobiography from a Polish citizen conscripted into the Red Army after the Nazi and Soviet invasions of Like most autobiographies, the reader cannot take the story as gospel - but it is an entertaining read that lends some insight to the life of a Red Army soldier /5.
Michael K. Jones's new history of Stalingrad offers a radical reinterpretation of the most famous battle of the Second World War. His compelling account combines eyewitness testimony of Red Army fighters with fresh archive material to give a dramatic insight into the thinking of the Russian command and the mood of the ordinary soldiers/5(59).
This is a football book with a difference. It isn't really about Aberdeen FC's team, the goals or games in a direct sense. It is about you. This is a record of the Red Army experience.
All those cup finals, all those European jaunts, all the silverware celebrations. The book contains hundreds of photos which have Iain in archives and haven't been seen for decades, or have never been seen.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fedotoff White, D. (Dimitri), Growth of the Red army. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press, The common assertion that the devastation of the Red Army began with the purges suggests that prior to this period the Red Army, if not a strong military force, was at least a competent one.
A brief inspection of the state of the Red Army in would seem to support such a suggestion. This book describes the creation of a new economy in the Soviet Union from to The Red Army defeated the Germans in World War II with equipment produced by that economy and not with masses of untrained men as has been often : ABC-CLIO, Incorporated.
The Red Army was a well-disciplined fighting force., disunity of the anti-Communist forces weakened the White's efforts., White's had no common goal, Red's had war communism, presence of foreign armies on Russian soil enabled the Communists to appeal to the powerful force of Russian patriotism.
The volume describes the industrialisation of the Soviet Union and the growth of the Soviet Red Army, aided by the import of technology and manufacturing capability from the United States and Europe, from foreign companies such as Caterpillar, Ford, FIAT and Vickers.
The Red Army had emerged as a powerful force by earlyadequately trained and led, capable of defeating the German Army. The present study, The Soviet Economy and the Red Army,explores the method employed to equip and supply the Red Army.
Once victory was assured inthere is reason to believe that Stalin deliberately. The Growth of the Red Army. Princeton University Press, pp. The author, formerly an officer in the Imperial Russian Navy, analyzes the origins and development of the Red Army, not only as a remarkable fighting machine but as an extraordinary political and social creation.
The birth of the Red Army. The military specialists. Four years of civil war and intervention. The Polish Campaign of Trotsky and the Red Army. The Red Army in the years of peace. From Lenin to Stalin. The decapitation of the Red Army. The Stalin-Hitler pact. War strength of the Soviet Union.
The start of the U.S.S.R. towards world Pages: The Army That Stopped the 'Invincible' Wchrmacht; THE GROWTH OF THE RED ARMY. By D. Fedotoff White. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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Author: J. Smith,Andre Moncourt; Publisher: PM Press ISBN: Category: Political Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The first in a two-volume series, as part of a co-publishing project between PM Press and Kersplebedeb, is by far the most in-depth political history of the Red Army Faction ever made available in English.
ARMY HP/RR/SP REPORT i VCSA Sends Leaders, This report is a leaders story—a story about Soldiers. Read, study and act on this report. It represents over a years worth of work to research.
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In Juneafter the Civil War had been won and Soviet power consolidated, Mikhail Frunze, one of the leading Red commanders, urged that a military doctrine be formulated, in order to give direction to the development and training of the Red Army.
Trotsky, still the commissar for war, rejected Frunze’s argument, on the grounds [ ]. White: The Growth of the Red Army Red navies. Were they originally seafaring people and to what extent. Or were they largely drafted from the non-seafaring population. This would help to settle the general question in military sociology of whether the nature of the service or their earlier background makes sailors mutinous or revolutionary.
They were the men and women of the Red Army, a ragtag mass of soldiers who confronted Europe's most lethal fighting force and by had defeated it.
Sixty years have passed since their epic triumph, but the heart and mind of Ivan — as the ordinary Russian soldier was called — remain a Brand: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. Red Army is a good book that is let down by the author's poor appraisal of the tactical nature of the proposed conflict.
At an operational level, Peters' role as an intelligence expert comes into play, showcasing the Soviet deep battle doctrine with remarkable fidelity for a book written without full access to Soviet source material/5(57). The Soviet Military Experience is the first general work to place the Soviet army into its true social, political and international focuses on the Bolshevik Party's intention to create an army of a new type, whose aim was both to defend the people and propagate Marxist ideals to the rest of the world.
It includes discussion of the:* origins of the Workers and Peasant's Red Army. Formed and trained in the midst of civil war, the Red Army was built as the revolutionary defence force of the world's first workers' state. This book tells how it was done.
Recruited from the working class and peasantry, struggling for vital supplies and equipment in the face of fourteen enemy armies, the Red Army survived and won only through.
As the book opens, the reader sees the main character, a soldier waiting for his first battle, ironically engaged in an internal conflict with his own thoughts. The theme of the struggle between confidence and fear and doubt is a major portion of Chapter 1.
Michael K. Jones new history of Stalingrad offers a radical reinterpretation of the most famous battle of the Second World War. Combining eye witness testimony of Red Army fighters with fresh archive material the book gives a dramatic insight into the thinking of the Russian command and the mood of the ordinary soldiers.
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Shortly after enlisting, the. A Deception Primer for the Fledgling Red Army. David M. Glantz. ,” extolls “the unprecedented growth of workers’ organizations, the revolutionary will undergirding it and the fright of the bourgeois, and the victory of Soviet Russia in the Civil War” as “characteristic of the period ” reviewing a book.By Ronald B.
Hendee, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Hendee, Ronald B., "The Growth of Political Control of the Red Army" ().Author: Ronald B. Hendee. Soviet soldiers hoist the red flag over the Reichstag in May The Red Army committed mass rapes on the road to Berlin.
Photograph: Yevgeny Khaldei/AP.