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Carl-Christopher Schweitzer. By addressing a number of fundamental issues concerning the perception of the Soviet political threat as it has changed over the last four decades, this volume sheds light on possible Western reactions to further changes to come.
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See for example Carl-Christoph Schweitzer (e. : The Changing Western Analysis of the Soviet Threat (London . : The Changing Western Analysis of the Soviet Threat (London: Pinter, 1990). 9. NSC 68, Section VIII. 3, printed in Thomas Etzold and John Lewis Gaddis: Containment: Documents on American Policy and Strategy, 1945–1950 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1978), p. 41. oogle Scholar. 12. See Beatrice Heuser: ‘Stalin as Hitler’s Successor: Western Interpretations of the Soviet Threat’, in Beatrice Heuser and Robert O’Neill (eds): Securing Peace in Europe, 1945–62 (London: Macmillan, 1992).
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In The Changing Western Analysis of the Soviet Threat, ed. by Carl- Christoph Schweitzer. The Soviet Union does not necessarily view NATO in the same fashion as do Western observers. London: Pinter, 1990: 9-48.
The Changing Western Analysis of the Soviet Threat. Volume23, Issue2, 1992, p. 482–484.
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1 Books that advance the existence of Soviet offensive plans Suvorov provides an extensive analysis of Stalin's preparations for war. According to Suvorov, there were supposed to be three.
1 Books that advance the existence of Soviet offensive plans. Books that reject existence of Soviet offensive plans. Vladimir Rezun, a former officer of the Soviet military intelligence and a defector to the UK, considered the claim in his 1987 book Icebreaker: Who Started the Second World War under the pseudonym Viktor Suvorov and again in several subsequent books. Suvorov provides an extensive analysis of Stalin's preparations for war. According to Suvorov, there were supposed to be three Five-Year Plan phases that would prepare the Soviet Union for war.
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by Carl-Christoph Schweitzer. Published 1990 by Pinter in London.
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