Selections from Soviet military theoretical journal, Voyennaya mysl
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Published by Central Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Military art and science -- Soviet Union,
  • Military art and science

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Edition Notes

Other titlesVoennai︠a︡ myslʹ, Selected translations form "Voyennaya myslʹ", Translations from "Voyennaya myslʹ"
ContributionsUnited States. Central Intelligence Agency., United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationca 9000 p.
Number of Pages9000
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19444244M

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This article appeared In1 Third Issuepecial version of the Soviet military journal Voyennaya. Mysl (Military Thought). This Journal is publisHed" irregularly and is classified TOP SECRET by tbe Soviets. The1 Third Issue went to press onulyJ-The Submarine Operation of tbehe Naval Operation of the Future. by. Admiral Yu. Panteleyev.   The annual Soviet Military Power pres- ents detailed DOD estimates of Soviet and Warsaw pact military strength and presence. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) publishes an index to and extracts from the Soviet military journal Military Thought (Index to and Extracts from Voyennaya mysl'). Translations from: Voennaia mysl'. Translations issued between Mar. 29, Aug. 29, issued by Foreign Broadcast Information Service. "Voyennaya Mysl' (Military Thought) is a monthly organ of the USSR Ministry of Defense, printed by the ministry's Military Publishing House, Moscow"--Prelims. The Soviet Art of War makes available to Western readers selections from the most significant and influential Soviet military writings from to The Scotts have examined thousands of Soviet military publications, including the restricted journal of the Soviet General Staff, Voyennaya Mysl', to make this book the most comprehensive account of.