8 edition of Inside Soviet military intelligence found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||UB251.S65 S88 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||84007187|
"Inside the Soviet Army" is essentially the insights of a former Soviet GRU (military intelligence) officer (and former tank commander) who defected to the West in the s or thereabouts. It is an attempt by the author to tell the uninitiated what the basic nature and philosophy of the (former) Soviet Army was comprised of.5/5(5). Buy Inside Soviet Military Intelligence First Printing by Suvorov, Viktor (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2).
Aquarium (Russian title Аквариум) is a partly-autobiographical description by Viktor Suvorov of the GRU (Soviet military intelligence directorate). The book was initially released on June 1, by Hamish Hamilton Overview. The account starts in , when Suvorov, as an ordinary tank company commander, is recruited into intelligence Author: Viktor Suvorov. Inside the Soviet Army. Viktor Suvorov. but what it feels like inside. This book is based on the author's fifteen years of regular service in the Soviet Army, in troop command and on the staff, which included command of a motor rifle company in the invasion of Czechoslovakia in Soviet military intelligence reported that Israel.
The book reveals secrets of GRU - foreign military intelligence directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (formerly Soviet Union). Suvorov chose one person, a commander of tank company, and showed the training in elite units of Specnaz and ending on getting a post of operational agent at foreign place/5. Buy Inside Soviet Military Intelligence by Viktor Suvorov online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
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With the fall of the Soviet Union and the release of other first-hand accounts of the Soviet military and intelligence networks, Suvorov has been pretty much totally vindicated. The book is now quite dated, but as a historical and philosophical work it's still absolutely by: 8.
Inside Soviet Military Intelligence Mass Market Paperback – November 1, by Viktor Suvorov (Author)/5(17). This book does a great job exploring the inside world of the GRU (Soviet Military Intelligence). My favorite work by this author is "Inside the Aquarium", it is about the same subject but more about his personal experiences and it is a much better book/5(17).
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Viktor Suvorov's brilliant memoir of his life and times as an agent of the Soviet Union's military intelligence directorate known by its acronym, GRU, was an instant Cold War classic when first published as simply Aquarium in Great Britain in When published in the USA in as Inside the Aquarium: The Making of a Top Soviet Spy, it was a by: 2.
Book Review of Inside a Soviet Embassy by Aleksandr Kaznacheev. Intelligence operations officers generally tend to discount books and articles published by defectors--and for good reason. All too often the defector's story (frequently prepared for a spy-conscious public by a hack writing ghost) is lost in a welter of self-justification or is so embroidered and farfetched as to be completely.
Military Intelligence and its Resources The Distorting Mirror. Part III: Combat organisation. The Division The Army The Front Why are there 20 Soviet Divisions in Germany but only 5 in Czechoslovakia.
The Organisation of the South-Western Strategic Direction. Part IV: Mobilisation. Types of Division The Invisible Divisions. Operational Intelligence. Chapter 8. Tactical Reconnaissance. Chapter 9. The Training and Privileges of Personnel. Conclusion. For GRU Officers Only. Appendix A: Leaders of Soviet Military Intelligence.
Appendix B: The GRU High Command and Leading GRU. However, in October the foreign intelligence directorate of the MGB was combined with Soviet military intelligence (GRU) to form the independent Committee of Information (KI). This persisted until the summer ofwhen the GRU was recreated as a separate agency under the control of the military.
Inside soviet military intelligence. All GRU residents received book-length lists of foreign military technology which they would have to steal in the near future. The lists included equipment for bombers and fighters, anti-aircraft and anti-tank guns, howitzers and mortars, submarines and torpedo boats, radio valves and tank engines, the.
Inside the Soviet Army, is a book by Viktor Suvorov, which describes the general organisation, doctrine, and strategy of the Soviet armed forces. United States military reviewers described this book as one of the most important in its field published in the previous decade.
Suvorov was a veteran of the Soviet armed forces and military intelligence. He had defected to the United Kingdom in and published his first book Author: Viktor Suvorov.
Author of a number of bestsellers about the history of the World War II, the Soviet Army special operations troops and military intelligence, and the Red Army. He is one of the historians who believes that Hitler started the war against Russia to prevent Stalin attacking Germany Former Soviet-Union army officer fled in to England.4/5.
Inside Soviet Military Intelligence I’ve finished the French Language course thus I’ve started reading books again. Actually, I’ve been reading Inside Soviet Military Intelligence by Viktor Suvorov these last two weeks because I’ve been less stressed and I’ve had more free time for reading, sports, beers, etc.
Inside soviet military intelligence Viktor Suvorov Viktor Suvorov Inside soviet military intelligence To the memory of Oleg Vladimirovich Penkovsky Introduction There is but one opinion as to which country in the world possesses the most powerful secret intelligence service.4/5(32).
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Inside Soviet military intelligence by Suvorov, Viktor. Publication date Topics Suvorov, Viktor, Soviet Union. Glavnoe razvedyvatelʹnoe upravlenie Publisher New York: MacmillanPages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Inside Soviet military intelligence by Viktor Suvorov,Macmillan edition, in Pages: In "Inside the Soviet Army" Suvorov balances a massive flood of statistical information with revealing anecdotes from his own career as a Soviet military officer during the s and s.
In the the last two chapters of that book, "The Soldier's Lot" and "The Officer's Path" he shows us what it is like to be a private soldier or young lieutenant in the Soviet Army -- physically, mentally, emotionally/5. Inside Soviet military intelligence.
[Viktor Suvorov] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Viktor Suvorov. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: According to public statements of Soviet military intelligence veterans, the GRU had always been operationally subordinate to the KGB.
The GRU per se (under this name) was established by Joseph Stalin's order of 16 February From Aprilthe GRU handled human intelligence exclusively outside the ees: Classified.
About the Cold War-era Soviet Union The Liberators,Hamish Hamilton, ISBN Inside the Soviet Army,Macmillan Publishing. Inside Soviet Military Intelligence,ISBN Aquarium (Аквариум),Hamish Hamilton, ISBN Born: Vladimir Bogdanovich Rezun, 20 April .ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: British ed.
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