- Author:John M Collins
- Publisher:Aviation Week; 1st Edition edition (1980)
- Pages:645 pages
- FB2 format1860 kb
- ePUB format1954 kb
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Collins, John M. (1985). Soviet military balance 1980-1985. Washington : Pergamon-Brassey's International Defense Publishers. Australian/Harvard Citation. Collins, John M. 1985, .
Soviet Military Balance 1980-1985. by John M. Collins (Author). Red Thrust: Attack on the Central Front, Soviet Tactics and Capabilities in the 1990s. ISBN-13: 978-0080331300.
Soviet Military Balance: Concepts and Capabilities, 1960-1980. Soviet Military Balance: Concepts and Capabilities, 1960-1980. Practicing the art of "net assessment," this weighty volume seeks to appraise the military balance between the two superpowers, bilaterally and in combination with their allies. The author, a retired military officer, is a defense specialist at the Library of Congress.
A comparison of Soviet and American militaries from 1980-1985. ISBN13:9780080331317. Release Date:September 1985.
Home John M Collins . ISBN 10: 0076067033, ISBN 13: 9780076067039. Published by Aviation Week, 1980. Condition: Good Soft cover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . Standard shipping can on occasion take up to 30 days for delivery. List this Seller's Books. Alert if: New Price below. ISBN 9780076067039 (978-0-07-606703-9) Softcover, Aviation Week, 1980. This report attempts to illuminate the conflict within the Soviet Union between the Communist Party and the military high command over resource allocation in the early 1980s. FOREIGN AFF. Andrew J. Pierre. It examines the measures of resource growth that the two sides could have used in the debate. It also considers Gorbachev's approach to the same problem in the last half of the 1980s and the connections between the two episodes.