2 edition of Soviet deception at MBFR found in the catalog.
Soviet deception at MBFR
Richard Felix Staar
Bibliography: p. 11-13.
|Statement||Richard F. Staar.|
|Series||Hoover monograph series ;, 2|
|LC Classifications||UA12.5 .S72 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||86207180|
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Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War. David M. Glantz. Routledge, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. Published inSoviet Military Deception in the Second World War.
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Denial and deception is a low cost, potentially high impact to level political, military, and economic playing fields, particularly against strong opponents. Concerns about the threat of denial and deception have waxed and waned since the end of World War II. Sometimes it shaped assessments about the former Soviet Union, for example.
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For Librarians. The book (David Glantz's SOVIET MILITARY DECEPTION IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR) was in Near Fine condition with a near fine dust jacket and no blemishes.5/5(3).
Published inSoviet Military Deception in the Second World War is a valuable contribution to the field of Military & Strategic by: Operation Bagration won the war in the east, and that victory can be attributed to a practice at which the Red Army excelled—deception.
The Soviet practice of maskirovka literally translates to ‘camouflage,’ but in the context of military doctrine has a wide variety of definitions covering everything from strategic disinformation to the. Soviet Deception Ops Roger Beaumont's "Maskirovka: Soviet Camouflage, Concealment and Deception" is an excellent addition to the study of deception operations.
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SOVIET OPERATIONAL DECEPTION: THE RED CLOAK, by Lieutenant Colonel Richard N. Armstrong, examines the role of operational deception in the Red Army's World War II victories. This Combat Studies Institute special study focuses on operational-level deception, planning, allocation of resources, and deception measures used during the battle in Lvov Author: Colonel Richard N.
Armstrong USA Ret.Since this is a discussion of a book about Stalin and the Soviet Union, the German debate need not detain us further, save to note that Russian extremists have put forward a mirror image of the German argument: Stalin, realizing he was about to be attacked by Hitler, mobilized his army on the border for a preemptive assault.Soon after the formation of the Soviet Union, emigration restrictions were put in place to keep citizens from leaving the various countries of the Soviet Socialist Republics, though some defections still occurred.
During and after World War II, similar restrictions were put in place in non-Soviet countries of the Eastern Bloc, which consisted of the Communist states of Central and Eastern.