1st Edition

Soviet Aviation And Air Power A Historical View

By Robin Higham, Jacob W Kipp Copyright 1978
    328 Pages
    by Routledge

    340 Pages
    by Routledge

    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 post 1919, how Russians gained expertise from German know-how, and post World War II progress from Stalin to Strategic Arms Limitation Talks.

    Foreword -- Introduction -- A View of the Hopewell Site -- Contents of Several Clay Basins at the Hopewell Site -- Metals: Artifacts and Replications -- Stone and Textile Replication Experiments -- Other Artifacts -- Perspectives on Willoughby and the Hopewell Site -- Artifacts in the Peabody Museum Collections from the Hopewell Site -- Credits for Figure Sources


    "Robin Higham, professor of history at Kansas State University and editor of the publications Military Affairs and Aerospace Historian, is the author of Air Power: A Concise History, a selection of both the History Book Club and the Flying Book Club. Jacob W. Kipp, associate professor of history at Kansas State University, received his Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University in 1970. Professor Kipp has been a Fulbright-Hays fellow in Poland, an IREX fellow in the USSR, and a Kosciuszko fellow in Poland. He has published articles on Russian and Soviet naval and administrative history in Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, Journal of Modern History, Military Affairs, and U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings."