Russian Combat Methods (1941-1945)

This pamphlet was originally written by German field and staff officers who had experienced the style of warfare in Russia between 1941- and 1945. When published in 1950 the United States was moving troops to Korea, fearing that Russian troops might be sent there as well. The pamphlet covers the Russian soldier and the Russian army, peculiarities of Russian tactics, the Red Air Force and partisan warfare. It gives a picture of the russians as the Germans saw them, and is invaluable in gaining an understanding of the opposition to German forces during the Second World War. Illustrated with 8 A4 maps (7 in colour).

  • 1-904951-67-8
  • US Secretary of the Army
  • US War Department
  • 2005
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