Colossus Reborn

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Colossus Reborn
Author : David M. Glantz
File Size : 42,5 Mb
Publisher : Modern War Studies (Hardcover)
Language : English
Release Date : 30 November 2022
ISBN : UOM:39015060590026
Pages : 872 pages
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Colossus Reborn by David M. Glantz Book PDF Summary

"Beyond the battles themselves, Glantz also presents an in-depth portrait of the Red Army as an evolving military institution. Assessing more clearly than ever before the army's size, strength, and force structure, he provides keen insights into its doctrine, strategy, tactics, weaponry, training, officer corps, and political leadership. In the process, be puts a human face on the Red Army's commanders and soldiers, including women and those who served in units - security (NKVD), engineer, railroad, auto-transport, construction, and penal forces - that have till now remained poorly understood."--BOOK JACKET.

Colossus Reborn

"Beyond the battles themselves, Glantz also presents an in-depth portrait of the Red Army as an evolving military institution. Assessing more clearly than ever before the army's size, strength, and force structure, he provides keen insights into its doctrine, strategy, tactics, weaponry, training, officer corps, and political leadership. In the

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