4 edition of Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience found in the catalog.
Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience
November 1, 1991 by Routledge .
Written in English
|Contributions||David M. Glantz (Editor), Harold S. Orenstein (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
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The documents presented here shed light on the most important moments in the history of the Soviet war in Afghanistan—the Afghan government’s requests for assistance, the Soviet Union’s initial refusal of troops, the reversal of this policy by a small group of the Politburo and the Soviet decision to invade; the expansion of the initial.
Unsurpassed in detail, sometimes graphic, covers the period when the Germans overran the western Soviet Union and advanced to the Volga.
This was the first history of the – war to use Soviet rather than predominantly German sources. Erickson, John. Stalin’s War with Germany.
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Given the profusion of Soviet-era memoirs and diaries, such a book benefits from some new filter, information source, or angle of interpretation on the memory-material. Irina Paperno's Stories of the Soviet Experience satisfies all these criteria at the highest level.
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Author Ronald Grigor Suny, one of the most eminent Soviet historians of our time, examines the legacies left by former Soviet leaders and explores successor states and.
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Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Documents on Communism, Nationalism, and Soviet. Moreover, these published personal documents create a community where those who lived through the Soviet era can gain access to the inner recesses of one another's lives.
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Both of these texts have now become part of a single extended corpus: personal accounts of the Soviet experience. The similarities between these two documents are striking, in spite of the differences. A quick little review: It turns out that this book is based on a brilliant World War II documentary that I watched some years ago.
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The first book to document, analyze, and interpret the history of the Warsaw Pact based on the archives of the alliance itself. As suggested by the title, the Soviet bloc military machine that held the West in awe for most of the Cold War does not appear from the inside as formidable as outsiders often believed, nor were its strengths and weaknesses the same at Author: Paul Kammerdiner.
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During the Cold War these tactics were at the forefront of the Soviet Union’s strategy to discredit and undermine the United States. In light of this history, it is perhaps useful to look at how the United States countered Soviet tactics and consider whether any U.S.
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The Soviet documents, if they are genuine, add a twist to the main documentation which, so far, is to be found in the Chinese and United States archives. Questions raised by the documents about their source, who ordered the falsification of evidence, and motive would need to be resolved.
Soviet Union's Political Objectives in Read the full-text online edition of The Structure of Soviet History: Essays and Documents (). a popular consensus developed that nothing less than history itself had decisively proven the Soviet experience a dismal failure, if not an unmitigated disaster, and it was only a matter of time before the regimes that still ruled over more.
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