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World War II Soviet Armed Forces (1)

by Nigel Thomas & Darko Pavlovic Bloomsbury Publishing (February 20, 2012)

This book is a detailed analysis of the Soviet Army at the outbreak of World War II, including the Red Army's campaigns against Japan on the Manchurian plains as well as in Finland. It covers the Red Army's...


Russian Aces of World War 1

by Victor Kulikov & Harry Dempsey Bloomsbury Publishing (April 20, 2013)

Although the Russian Imperial Army Air Service consisted of no more than four BAGs (Boevaya Aviatsionniy Gruppa Â? battle aviation groups), each controlling three or four smaller AOIs (Aviatsionniy Otryad Istrebitelei...


Russia's Last Gasp

by Prit Buttar Bloomsbury Publishing (September 22, 2016)

In Russia's Last Gasp, Prit Buttar looks at one of the bloodiest campaigns launched in the history of warfare Â? the Brusilov Offensive, sometimes known as the June Advance. The assault was intended to ease...


War over the Steppes

by E. R. Hooton Bloomsbury Publishing (October 20, 2016)

The air war over the Steppes was more than a brutal clash in which might alone triumphed. It was a conflict that saw tactical and technological innovation as the Soviet air force faced off against Herman Göring's...


BT Fast Tank

by Steven J. Zaloga & Henry Morshead Bloomsbury Publishing (August 25, 2016)

When the Red Army needed to mechanize its cavalry branch in the 1930s, the BT fast tank was its solution. Based on the American Christie high-speed tank, the Red Army began a program to adapt the design to its...


Katyusha

by Jamie Prenatt & Adam Hook Bloomsbury Publishing (June 16, 2016)

Although military rockets have been used since the Middle Ages, it was not until the Soviet Union pioneered the concept of Multiple Rocket Launchers (MRLs) in the late 1930s that they emerged as a decisive weapon....


Operation Barbarossa

by Robert Kirchubel Bloomsbury Publishing (August 20, 2013)

When Hitler ordered the start of Operation Barbarossa, millions of German soldiers flooded into Russia, believing that their rapid blitzkrieg tactics would result in the an easy victory similar to the ones enjoyed...


HitlerÂ?s Russian & Cossack Allies 1941Â?45

by Nigel Thomas & Johnny Shumate Bloomsbury Publishing (October 20, 2015)

Given the merciless way in which the war on the Eastern Front of World War II was conducted, it is difficult to envisage anyone changing sides during the conflict. Yet after the German invasion of Russia in...


Spetsnaz

by Mark Galeotti & Johnny Shumate Bloomsbury Publishing (June 20, 2015)

When the shadowy, notorious Spetsnaz were first formed, they drew on a long Soviet tradition of elite, behind-the-lines commando forces from World War II and even earlier. Throughout the 1960sÂ?70s they were...


Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot

by Alexander Mladenov & Adam Tooby Bloomsbury Publishing (September 20, 2013)

The Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot was the Soviet Air Force's first mass-produced jet purposely designed for the close air support (CAS) role and was a simple, effective and durable attack aircraft that, by 2012, had...


Armored Units of the Russian Civil War

by David Bullock & Peter Sarson Bloomsbury Publishing (February 20, 2013)

By 1920 the Red Army of Russia fielded an overwhelming array of armored cars, armored trains and tank detachments. These armored units played an important part in consolidating the newly won Bolshevik empire...


RussiaÂ?s War in Afghanistan

by David Isby & Ronald Volstad Bloomsbury Publishing (February 20, 2013)

Text by David Isby. Colour plates by Ron Volstad. This book examines Soviet forces in Afghanistan. The origins and conduct of the war and the operational organisation of Soviet forces are discussed. Afghan resistance...


The Russian Civil War 1918Â?22

by David Bullock Bloomsbury Publishing (June 06, 2014)

The Russian Civil War is the most important civil war of the 20th century, changing the lives of over half a billion people and dramatically shaping the geography of Europe, the Far East and Asia. Over a four-year...


The Mannerheim Line 1920Â?39

by Bair Irincheev & Brian Delf Bloomsbury Publishing (May 20, 2013)

In the wake of the bloody civil war that followed Finland's independence from Russia in 1917, the border between the two countries was established across the Karelian Isthmus, an area long fought over by Russia,...


The Caucasus 1942Â?43

by Robert Forczyk & Steve Noon Bloomsbury Publishing (May 20, 2015)

Much has been written of the titanic clashes between the Wehrmacht and the Red Army at Stalingrad, but this volume tells the other, equally important half of the story of Fall Blau (Case Blue). Learning from...


French Guardsman vs Russian Jaeger

by Laurence Spring & Mark Stacey Bloomsbury Publishing (November 20, 2013)

The Russian Jaeger regiments and Napoleon's Young Guard clashed repeatedly during the campaigns of 1812Â?14. The Russian Jaeger were light infantry who gained enormous experience and prestige during the struggle...


The Stalin and Molotov Lines

by Neil Short & Adam Hook Bloomsbury Publishing (May 20, 2013)

In the years following the Civil War, plans were drawn up to build a major set of fortifications along the Russian western border. Work began in 1926, leading to a front that stretched over 2,000km from the...


German Infantryman vs Russian Infantryman

by Robert Forczyk & Adam Hook Bloomsbury Publishing (April 20, 2015)

The Eastern Front of World War I is sometimes overshadowed by the fighting in the West. But the clashes between Imperial Germany and Tsarist Russia in East Prussia, Poland and Lithuania were every bit as gruelling...


MiG-3 Aces of World War 2

by Dmitriy Khazanov & Andrey Yurgenson Bloomsbury Publishing (May 20, 2013)

The MiG-1/3 family of fighters was built to satisfy a Soviet Air Force requirement for an advanced, fast, high-altitude fighter. Entering service in the spring of 1941, the problematic MiG-1 had its handling...


Soviet Hurricane Aces of World War 2

by Yuriy Rybin & Aleksander Rusinov Bloomsbury Publishing (August 20, 2012)

Following the destruction wrought on the Red Army Air Forces during the first days of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941, the Soviet Union found itself desperately short of fighter aircraft. Premier Josef Stalin...


Russian Fortresses 1480Â?1682

by Konstantin S Nossov, Konstantin Nossov & Peter Dennis Bloomsbury Publishing (June 20, 2012)

In 1462 the throne of the Principality of Moscow passed to Ivan III (1462Â?1505), who succeeded in throwing off the Tatar yoke. For the next 200 years this new state struggled to maintain her borders against...


Medieval Russian Fortresses AD 862Â?1480

by Konstantin S Nossov, Konstantin Nossov & Peter Dennis Bloomsbury Publishing (June 20, 2012)

According to Russian legend, in the year AD 862 the Slav tribes of what is now European Russia invited a number of Scandinavian princes to rule over them. However, on the death of these princes, Prince Oleg...


Where the Iron Crosses Grow

by Robert Forczyk Bloomsbury Publishing (September 20, 2014)

The Crimea has been the scene of conflict throughout its history. First occupied by the Russians in the 18th century it was the scene of the Crimean War, and was drawn into the Russian Civil War, as well as...