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Soviet air power
Kenneth R. Whiting
|Statement||by Kenneth R. Whiting.|
|Contributions||Air University (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||UG635.S65 W46 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||85601401|
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Its bombers and fighters were largely marginalized so air support fell to armed gunship helicopters to quell the unrest along the vastness of the Afghan countryside. Soviet strategy was rooted in Central European warfare - not against a fluid, determined guerilla force - limiting the effectiveness of the Soviet campaigns as a whole before its. The totally inadequate efforts of Imperial Russia to establish an effective air service disappeared in the flames of the October Revolution. Experience of a sort was gained in the civil war that followed, and in the simultaneous war with Poland from to During the s, the Soviet Union attempted to establish an aviation.
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Soviet Air Power Hardcover – October 1, by Bill Sweetman (Author), Bill Gunston (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ Cited by: 1. I think the book is now worth reading only as an interesting historical account of how the "West" perceived the former Soviet air forces.
Since the USSR collapsed back inmany books have been published on the true history of the Soviet air force and the development and performance of its airplanes/5(3). The product of Western knowledge, this book is a revealing look on the tactics and general organization of the Soviet Air Forces.
Instead of focusing on the performance characteristics of each individual piece of equipment, the author instead broadly organizes into various components of the military deployments of air power: this may be the result of a lack of hard facts on a great many 4/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Salamander book." Includes index.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Soviet Air Forces (Russian: Военно-воздушные силы, tr. Voyenno-Vozdushnye Sily (VVS), literally "Military Air Forces") was the official designation of one of the air forces of the Soviet other was the Soviet Air Defence Air Forces were formed from components of the Imperial Russian Air Service inand faced their greatest test during World War r: MiG, MiG, MiG, MiG, Su Description: This book is the story of Russian aviation and Soviet Russia's progress in preparing its strength as an air power.
It discusses the Russia-Germany connect posthow Russians gained expertise from German know-how, and post World War II progress from Stalin to. From the team that published the 'Famous Russian Aircraft' series comes Soviet Air Power in World War 2, the authoritative guide to all of the aircraft flown by the Soviet Air Force during the well as exploring in-depth the individual aircraft types, this book also takes a closer look at the Soviet Air Force's structure and aircraft fleet.4/5(1).
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Adding to your cart. The item you've selected was not added to your Rating: % positive. The Soviet strategic and tactical air forces and their Warsaw Pact allies formed the largest air power ever deployed. This DVD uses unique footage which.
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9: Chapter 2. Chapter 3. 7 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Red Phoenix: The Rise of Soviet Air Power, Von Hardesty Snippet view - Red Phoenix: The Rise of Soviet Air.
The book also tells about the Soviet Air Force commanders and famous Soviet aces of the period; the aces' aircraft and their personal insignia are illustrated. This is a unique book that will be of interest not only to aviation and military history fans but also to modelers.
A few of his monographs have dealt with specific World War 2 aircraft, but this title is his first comprehensive work of the Soviet Air Force in World War 2. To give you a flavor of the coverage in this title, here are the six chapters that span this huge book: The Soviet Aircraft Industry in the Run-up to and during the Great Patriotic War.
Carnage extended to air combat. And now Yefim Gordon offers a superb, one-stop summary of Soviet military aviation in the Great Patriotic War. Gordon requires no introduction. Few authors have so illumined Russian aviation history for English-speaking enthusiasts. And Soviet Air Power In World War 2 doesn’t disappoint.
About this Item: London: Faber and Faber Ltd.,First edition. vii, pp. An integrated comprehensive study of the development of the air power of the Soviet Union from the early days of aviation under the last Czar to the era of the ballistic missile. item 3 Soviet Air Power by Robinson, Anthony Book The Fast Free Shipping - Soviet Air Power by Robinson, Anthony Book The Fast Free Shipping.
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Incredibly detailed operational account of Soviet Air Power in WW2. Strangely, Hardesty seems to praise the VVS extensively, even though the book is largely about how poorly they performed in battle. Like most other authors on the subject, Hardesty blames the VVS's problems on Stalin's purges, the severe (and shocking) lack of adequate pilot /5.By Frank Douglas Aigner.
In the annals of airpower, the Soviet air campaign in Afghanistan is curiously little-studied. Given its length,its place as part of a major conflict during the Cold War, and not least that it was also predominantly a counterinsurgency air campaign, it should have been of particular interest in the last decade.
Produced inthis episode features many of the aircraft flown by the Soviet Air Force during the latter stages of the cold war, from the nimble Mig fighters to the large Tupolev bombers.