Marxism's Retreat from Africa

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Psychology Press, 1992 - History - 164 pages
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V.K. Triandafillov (1894-1931) was an outstanding young commander who shaped the military theory and doctrine of the Red Army as it came to grips with the problem of future war. A conscript soldier who rose through the ranks to become an officer in the Tsarist Army, he saw combat in both the First World War and the Russian Civil war. A student of some of the finest military specialists teaching the first generation of young Red commanders, he sought to link theory and practice in his 1929 book by using past experience to comprehend future combat.
 

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Contents

Introduction Arnold Hughes
1
Moscows Retreat from Africa Margot Light
21
OneParty State NoParty State MultiParty
41
The Short and Sad Story
63
The Democratic Rectification in Burkina Faso Rene Otayek
82
The Socialist Experience in Ethiopia and
105
Continuity and Change Mark Webber
126
The South African Communist Party and
145
Index
160
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