4 edition of The Warsaw Pact found in the catalog.
The Warsaw Pact
by Cornell University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||David Holloway (editor) (Editor), Jane M.O. Sharp (editor) (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
Washington D.C. - The Soviet-led Warsaw Pact had a long-standing strategy to attack Western Europe that included being the first to use nuclear weapons, according to a new book of previously Secret Warsaw Pact documents published tomorrow. The Warsaw Pact plan makes clear two things. First, in a surprise attack, the most important forces are the ground forces. The quicker they can advance, the sooner they can overrun NATO—and that.
“APPENDIX C: THE WARSAW PACT -- Soviet Union.” Library of Congress. 12 May “Foreign Affairs Warsaw Pact ” NWtravel Magazine. 12 May Goldman, Stuart D. “Warsaw Pact.” World Book. 21st ed. Halsall, Paul. Modern History Sourcebook. The Warsaw Pact, 12 May For additional information click here. So yeah, the Warsaw pact could have been a threat to US space efforts and could have taken the side of US enemies. I don't remember that part of the book well enough to know if that's why Peter saw it as a threat or what his solution was, but maybe knowing the above info will help you recognize it in the book. 0 0 0.
Warsaw Pact Ground Forces Equipment Identification Guide: Artillery, Rockets, and Missiles by Defense Interlligence Agency and a great selection of related books, art . The Warsaw Pact. The Warsaw Pact was the Soviet Union’s response to West Germany joining NATO and came into being in May The Warsaw Pact, named after the meeting to create it was held in Warsaw, was based throughout the Soviet Bloc and troops in .
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The essays in NATO and the Warsaw Pact seek to address that glaring gap in the historiography by utilizing a wide range of case studies to explore these often-significant tensions, dispelling in the process all thoughts that the alliances always operated smoothly and without internal dissent.4/4(1).
An analysis of the Eastern European Warsaw Pact and its capacity to respond to intra-alliance and conflict. This book was written for general students of international relations as well as students of communism in a style intended to be readable.
The research was based on the assumption that efficiency in the operation of any political alliance, indeed any institution, whether it be a school. Warsaw Pact Artillery,third book in a Warsaw Pact trilogy,although all the books are an individual source in their own first being Warsaw Pact Armoured Vehicles,and the second being Warsaw Pact Engineering Equipment.
A concise and well presented addition it covers all the major pieces of artillery equipment for this era.4/5(3). This book s Warsaw Pact Ground Forces is, to my knowledge, the only reference for the non-Soviet members of the Warsaw Pact: East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania.
The first surprise already in the introduction is the sheer landpower those nations had in comparison to NATO/5. While much has been published on the armed forces of the USSR during the s, surprisingly little is available on the forces supplied by the other member nations of the Warsaw Pact.
Rivalling the size of the United States Army, the combined ground forces of the six non-Soviet Warsaw Pact countries totalled overactive troops, with almost two million ground forces reserves/5(4). Rivalling the size of the United States Army, the combined ground forces of the six non-Soviet Warsaw Pact countries totalled overactive troops, with almost two million ground forces reserves.
This book examines the history, organization and uniforms of the often overlooked DDR, Czechoslovak, Polish, Bulgarian, Brand: Bloomsbury USA. The Warsaw Pact is generally regarded as a mere instrument of Soviet power. In the s the alliance nevertheless evolved into a multilateral alliance, in which the non-Soviet Warsaw Pact members gained considerable scope for manoeuvre.
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Warsaw Pact, treaty establishing a mutual-defense organization composed originally of the Soviet Union and Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. The treaty provided for a unified military command and for the maintenance of Soviet military units within other participating states.
The Warsaw Pact remained intact until Albania was expelled in because, believing that Russian leader Nikita Khrushchev was deviating. Buy This Book in Print. summary. Essays on Cold War tensions within NATO and the Warsaw Pact. There is no shortage of literature addressing the workings, influence, and importance of NATO and the Warsaw Pact individually or how the two blocs faced off during the decades of the Cold War.
However, little has been written about the various. Printed books are making a comeback and while these three titles lack the glitz of the kind produced by the best-known military specialist publishers, there is a substance to Mr.
Phillips’ work that should make these books attractive to readers interested in the armed forces of the Warsaw Pact. The Warsaw Pact, formally known as the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance, was a collective defence treaty signed in Warsaw, Poland between the Soviet Union and seven Eastern Bloc satellite states of Central and Eastern Europe in Mayduring the Cold d at: Warsaw, Poland.
The Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia in (The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series) by Günter Bischof, Stefan Karner, et al. out of 5 stars 1. THE WARSAW PROTOCOL by Steve Berry is the fifteenth book in the Cotton Malone series.
While it works well as a standalone, you will get better insight into Cottons character if you have read prior books 4/5. The Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia in (The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series) by Günter Bischof (Editor), Stefan Karner (Editor), Peter Ruggenthaler (Editor) & 0 5/5(1).
Though the importance of tanks had dimished since their heyday in the Second World War, on the modern battlefield they remained the dominant text, enhanced by colour plates and photographs, examines the NATO and Warsaw Pact tank forces of that era, focusing on tank firepower and crew training.
This book will allow you to gain an insight into the way in which artillery was used by the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact nations. Read about mortars ranging from light 50mm weapons to enormous mm breech-loaded versions capable of destroying fortified buildings from a : The Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia in The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series: Editors: Günter Bischof, Stefan Karner, Peter Ruggenthaler: Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.
Artillery of the Warsaw Pact also looks at the widespread use of towed guns as well as the growth in popularity of self-propelled guns. The book also details how Second World War weapons like multiple rocket launchers continued to play a key part in the Cold War hostilities, alongside newly-developed artillery, including tactical ballistic.
Warsaw Pakt was a short-lived punk group which were active in the years ofthough some of its members had heritages linking them to the s underground. This was apparent in their sound, which was a sophisticated punk thrash with plenty of energy but also more structure than some : Punk rock.
The Warsaw Pact The Warsaw Pact: An Alliance in Search of a Purpose Vojtech Mastny Polish-East German Relations, Sheldon Anderson The Warsaw Pact and the German Question, Conflict and Consensus Douglas Selvage The Warsaw Pact and Southern Tier Conflicts, Jordan Baev Author: Mary Ann Heiss.Book 2 of Weapons and Equipment of the Warsaw Pact The ability to advance rapidly over difficult terrain was a key part of the Warsaw Pact’s strategy.
The Eastern European nations which formed this historic alliance wanted to be able to move quickly and effectively.