4 edition of role of intelligence in Soviet military strategy in World War II found in the catalog.
role of intelligence in Soviet military strategy in World War II
David M. Glantz
Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-245) and index.
|Statement||David M. Glantz.|
|LC Classifications||D810.S7 G54 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||90033390|
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What role did military intelligence play in World War II. What role did military intelligence play in World War II. Joseph Reeder It is undeniable the principal role, military intelligence occupied in both the successes and failures of the main events that transpired in World War II, ranging from the breaking of the enigma code at Bletchley Park, to the D Day landings that arguably determined.
It includes sensitive Soviet and Warsaw Pact military journals from torecently uncovered in newly opened archives across former Warsaw Pact nations, providing a view into Warsaw Pact military strategy.
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Two principal issues are addressed: (i) the nature of Soviet wartime military strategy as reflected by Soviet conduct of strategic operations (ii) the role razvedka (reconnaissance) played in the formulation and implementation of Soviet strategic plans.
Soviet Book War Military Strategy page. Война Военная Rating: % positive. Development of Red Army tactics begun during the Russian Civil War, and are still a subject of study within Russian military academies today. They were an important source of development in military theory, and in particular of armoured warfare before, during and after the Second World War, in the process influencing the outcome of World War II and the Korean War.
The Role of Intelligence in Soviet Military Strategy in World War II by David M. Glantz ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Novato, Ca: Presidio Pr. David M. Glantz is an American military historian and the editor of The Journal of Slavic Military Studies.
Glantz received degrees in history from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Defense Language Institute, Institute for Russian and Eastern European Studies, and U.S.
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Immediately after World War II, U.S., British, French, and Soviet policy aimed at demilitarizing Germany for good.
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