Stalin's Ocean-going Fleet: Soviet Naval Strategy and Shipbuilding Programs, 1935-53

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Routledge, Nov 12, 2012 - History - 352 pages
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A study of the development of strategic concepts in Stalin's Navy, in the context of his foreign/defence policy, using original archival documents translated from the Russian.

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I'd like to be impressed with this work but for assorted reasons I'm a little underwhelmed. Part of the problem is that while Stalin knew what he wanted in terms of naval hardware, he left little to ... Read full review


List ofPlates
TheReconstitution Phase 192025
The Consolidation Phase
TheSecond FiveYear Plan 193337
TheChange to the Big High Seas and OceanGoing Fleet
The First Two Years
The Great Patriotic War 194145

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Monakov, Chief of the History Branch, Main Staff of the Russian Navy.

Jurgen Rohwer, a World War II veteran of the German navy, is the leading German naval historian of the past fifty years. The author of hundreds of books and articles and professor emeritus at the University of Stuttgart, he lives in Germany.

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