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by Colonel David M. Glantz

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Colonel David M. Glantz
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978-0714633749
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Routledge; 1 edition (November 29, 1990)
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Soviet Military Intelligence at examines the development of the Role of Military Intelligence during World War II. It looks at the theory that the Red Army started with as the war began and moved on to its slow improvemnt as the war progressed.

Soviet Military Intelligence at examines the development of the Role of Military Intelligence during World War II. By mid 1944 the Red Army Intelligence Organs are at thier wartime best and this foundation could be seen for the remainder of the war and on into the Soviet/Russian Army of Tosay. 5 people found this helpful.

Soviet Military Intelligence in War (Soviet (Russian) Military Theory and Practice, 3). ISBN. 071464076X (ISBN13: 9780714640761). Glantz received degrees in history from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the .

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This text is the second of three volumes written by Colonel Glantz on the contribution of intelligence and deception operations to the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany. It examines the area where intelligence and operations overlap; the nature of co-ordination between the two; and the support provided by intelligence to operational planning and execution (or the absence of such support). This is not a study of intelligence work as such, but of how intelligence can improve the chances of success on the battlefield by facilitating the more effective and economical use of troops.
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  • Col.Glantz does a good job of detailing the role of Soviet Intelligence in the second war but the one problem of this book is that it is filled with a lot of details that the non-military or non -intelligence user may find boring

  • Soviet Military Intelligence at examines the development of the Role of Military Intelligence during World War II. It looks at the theory that the Red Army started with as the war began and moved on to its slow improvemnt as the war progressed. By mid 1944 the Red Army Intelligence Organs are at thier wartime best and this foundation could be seen for the remainder of the war and on into the Soviet/Russian Army of Tosay.
    Must read for Intelligence Proffessionals and those interesed in the German-Soviet battles of WW2.