6 edition of The Soviet general staff at war (1941-1945) found in the catalog.
The Soviet general staff at war (1941-1945)
Shtemenko, S. M.
Translation of Generalʹnyĭ shtab v gody voĭny.
|Statement||by S. M. Shtemenko. [Translated from the Russian by Robert Daglish]|
|LC Classifications||D764 .S4667513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||399 p. with maps, 8 l. of illus.|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||78858121|
The author, a former officer of the Soviet General Staff Main Intelligence Director (GRU), writing under a pen name, provides a long list of horrors that would make envious creators of such. First days of the war. First days of the war. Western front. July German pilots gives evidences. Western front, around Smolensk. July, Ukraine. July, Smolensk. August, Adolf Hitler and the Staff on Army Group “South”. August, Field-Marshal von Brauchitsch, Adof Hitler and colonel-general Franz Halder. August
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The book picks up at the beginning of the war, and ends with the toasts to victory at war's end. Between these events, Shtemenko takes us through the initial heavy losses of territory, the early defeats and failed counterattacks, through Stalingrad, Kursk, battles for the Kuban, Cited by: 7.
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Stalin arrived at eight o'clock. Novikov reported to hi /5(1). The Soviet Stavka had planned a campaign consisting of a series of massive operations spanning the entire Soviet-German front. Four powerful fronts (army groups) operated under A new edited translation of the Soviet Staff study of the Red Army's Belorussian operation in the summer ofwhich was unprecedented in terms of its scale, scope /5.
It is part of the Soviet General Staff series, a collection of internal studies of Red Army operations against Nazi Germany in WWII. The books provide an insider’s view of their logistics, intelligence, communications, and command and control. Earlier titles include The Battle of Moscow, The Battle of Kursk, and The Berlin Operation The Paperback of the The Soviet General Staff at War, by S M Shtemenko at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Aleksandr Mikhaylovich Vasilevsky (Russian: Александр Михайлович Василевский) (30 September – 5 December ), a Russian career-officer in the Red Army, attained the rank of Marshal of The Soviet general staff at war book Soviet Union in He served as the Chief of the General Staff of the Soviet Armed Forces () and Deputy Minister of Defense during World War II, and as Buried: Kremlin Wall Necropolis.
During the Cold War, the Soviet General Staff maintained Soviet plans for the invasion of Western Europe, whose massive scale was made known secretly to the West by spies such as Ryszard Kukliński and later published by German researchers working with the National People's Army files, and the Parallel History Project and the associated Polish Allegiance: Armed Forces.
Get this from a library. Soviet General Staff at War: [S M Shtemenko]. This volume contains an unprecedented level of detail about the Red Army's preparation for and conduct of the famous Battle of Kursk. Prepared by the Red Army General staff in from combat reports and other top-secret archive materials, the work is an eminently practical and candid document, which was written to educate the Red Army in the intricacies, demands and pitfalls of modern warfare.
A graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College, Defense Language Institute, Institute for Russian and Eastern European Studies, and US Army War College, before retiring from the U.S.
Army in DecemberColonel David M. Glantz served for over 30 years in various field artillery. The Soviet-Afghan War by The Russian General Staff,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
It is also another translation from original works by the Soviet Genreral Staff, this time a collection of papers based on their analysis of the armies performance over its extended deployment in Afghanistan.
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This book is devoted to the activities of the Soviet Army Air Force command and staff and representatives of the Supreme High Command General Headquarters at the fronts of the Great Patriotic War.
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The study, unlike many others in this series, is based only in part on materials published by the Soviet General Staff's historical section. Nonetheless, this and other material was written and published for the purpose of generalizing the experience of the war's experience for training commanders and staffs in the preparation and conduct of 5/5(1).
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Unable to avoid the general economic File Size: KB.This is another in a series of studies compiled by the Soviet Army General Staff, which during the postwar years set itself the task of gathering and generalizing the experience of the war for the purpose of training the armed forces' higher staffs in the conduct of large-scale offensive perations/5(K).