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Soviet Rifles and Carbines: Identification and Operation By U.S. Army
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Published as a guide for Ordnance personnel in identification and operation of Soviet military rifles and carbines. Includes data on Soviet bolt action, semi-automatic, and automatic rifles and... More > carbines. Basic information on disassembly and assembly of each weapon included. Much of the information was the result of actual examination and operation of the weapons described. All of the weapons are illustrated with photographs and some drawings, in addition to close-ups of details and associated items such as bayonets, telescopes, ammunition and magazines. Originally published in May 1954 by the Office of the Chief of Ordnance, U.S. Army, Washington, DC. 57 pages, 92 photos and illustrations, 5 tables.< Less
Soviet Army order of battle, June 22 1941 By Maximino Argüelles Martinez
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On the basis of the original soviets files and numerous secondary sources, this work presents a monthly study of the structure and deployment of the Soviet Army during the Second World War, in this... More > book the situation at June 22, 1941.< Less
Soviet Army order of battle, June 22 1941 By Maximino Argüelles Martinez
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On the basis of the original soviets files and numerous secondary sources, this work presents a monthly study of the structure and deployment of the Soviet Army during the Second World War, in this... More > book the situation at June 22, 1941.< Less
Soviet Army order of battle, August 1 1941 By Maximino Argüelles Martinez, Dori Llano
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The purpose of this work is to reflect the structure and deployment of the Soviet Army on August 1, 1941. Because of the great controversy on this issue, which is hard to find two authors that match... More > the context, the main sources for this study were the documents published by the Department of Military History of the Ministry of Defence of the Soviet Union, containing data from June 22 to September 1, 1945, and the works of Colonel David M. Glantz, arguably the foremost expert in the study of the Eastern Front, which along with numerous secondary sources can help us unravel the mists that hide this period.< Less
Rear Area Security in Russia: The Soviet Second Front Behind the German Lines By Dept. of the Army
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New edition of the Dept. of the Army Pamphlet 20-240 in the German Report series published in 1951. This study on the problems of rear area security was based on German experiences during the Russian... More > campaign. Particularly striking examples were selected which show most clearly the type of disturbances created by the Russians, the German countermeasures taken against them, and the lessons learned. Full-color cover photo, 4 photos, 2 maps.< Less
Soviet Army order of battle, July 1 and 10 1941 By Maximino Argüelles Martínez, Dori Llano
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On the basis of the original soviets files and numerous secondary sources, this work presents a monthly study of the structure and deployment of the Soviet Army during the Second World War, in this... More > book the situation at July 1 and 10, 1941.< Less
Soviet Army Order of Battle in WWII, Book I June to August 1941 By Maximino Argüelles Martinez
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On the basis of the original files and numerous Soviet secondary sources, this paper presents a monthly survey of the structure and deployment of the Soviet Army during the first year of fighting in... More > the Eastern Front, in this first part, since 22 June Operation Barbarossa, to August 1, 1941. 196 pages with diagrams, maps and lists of the Soviet Army formations from the level of the battle lines passing through the main types of units up to battalion level.< Less
Soviet Army Order of Battle in WWII June to December 1941 By Maximino Argüelles Martinez
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With the base of the original Soviet files and numerous secondary sources, this work develops a monthly basis the structure and deployment of the Soviet Army during the first year of war on the... More > Eastern Front from June 22 and Operation Barbarossa to the extreme situation in early December at the gates of Moscow.< Less
Reforming the Police in Post-Soviet States: Georgia and Kyrgyzstan (Enlarged Edition) By Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, Erica Marat
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This report identifies and explains the determinants of police reform in former Soviet states by examining the cases of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan. The two cases were chosen to show two drastically... More > different approaches to reform played out in countries facing arguably similar problems with state-crime links, dysfunctional governments, and corrupt police forces. In Georgia, the government’s reform program has fundamentally transformed the police, but it also reinforced the president Mikhail Saakashvili regime’s reliance on the police. With two political regime changes in one decade, Kyrgyzstan’s failed reform effort led to increasing levels of corruption within law enforcement agencies and the rise of violent nonstate groups. The experiences of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan show that a militarized police force is unlikely to spontaneously reform itself, even if the broader political landscape becomes more democratic.< Less
Nomonhan: Japanese-Soviet Tactical Combat, 1939 By Edward J. Drea
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"Nomonhan" was a strong beginning for the Combat Studies Institute’s publishing program. Author Drea’s mastery of the Japanese-language source material, his interviews, his... More > thorough use of U.S. archival material all make this a superb study that stands the test of time. Goldman and Coox have written on Nomonhan sice this volume was released, however neither does what Drea does here: render a complete, battalion-level account of the battles from the Japanese perspective. This is tactical level combat explained at its best. Previously available only in hard-to read html and Acrobat files, this completely redesigned book includes 19 maps, dozens of tables and pictures (including combat photographs), appendices, notes, and a bibliography. About the author: Dr. Edward J. Drea was a research fellow with the Combat Studies Institute. He received his masters degree in history from Sophia University, Tokyo and his PhD from the University of Kansas. He lived and studied in Japan for six years.< Less