The Soviet High Command: A Military-Political History, 1918-1941 A Military Political History, 1918-1941
Russian Military Reform, 1992-2002
By Aleksander A. Maslov, David M. Glantz
September 30, 1998
No war has caused greater human suffering than the Second World War on Germany's Eastern Front. Victory in the war cost the Red Army over 29 million casualties, whose collective fate is only now being properly documented. Among the many millions of soldiers who made up that gruesome toll were an ...
By A.A. Maslov
August 12, 2014
The true story of the fate of the captured Russian Generals after World War II, explaining how these officers endured horrific prison conditions and were then tried and executed when they returned home....
Edited By John Erickson
May 01, 2001
An objective and documentary history of the earliest origins and formative years of the Workers-Peasants Red Army from the Civil War to the initial disasters of the war with Germany, the Great Patriotic War, culminating in the "battle for Moscow" in November-December 1941....
Edited By Anne C. Aldis, Roger N. McDermott
September 15, 2003
Military reform has featured prominently on the agenda of many countries since the end of the Cold War necessitated a re-evaluation of the strategic role of the armed forces, and nowhere more publicly than in Russia. Not since the 1920s have the Russian Armed Forces undergone such fundamental ...