7 edition of The collapse of the Soviet military found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-297) and index.
|Statement||William E. Odom.|
|LC Classifications||DK54 .O36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 523 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||523|
|LC Control Number||98017588|
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In this important book, a distinguished United States Army officer and scholar traces the rise and fall of the Soviet military, arguing that it had a far greater impact on Soviet politics and economic development than was perceived in the by: Yale University Press, - History- pages 1Review One of the great surprises in modern military history is the collapse of the Soviet Armed Forces in along with the party-state with 4/5(1).
General William Odom's instructive analysis titled "The Collapse of the Soviet Military" is perhaps the best book I've read on the topic of the disintegration of the Soviet Union.
The conclusions reached by Odom in this book are relevant to the dangers faced 4/5(5). “The Collapse of the Soviet Military is a marvelous tombstone of a book. Set over the grave not only of the Soviet military, but of the Soviet empire, it is about much more than missiles and tanks.
Here, the failure of a system of government is examined through a military prism, and it is high drama.”—Ralph Peters, Washington Monthly. In this important book, a distinguished United States Army officer and scholar traces the rise and fall of the Soviet military, arguing that it had a far greater impact on Soviet politics and economic development than was perceived in the West.
In this important book, a distinguished United States Army officer and scholar traces the rise and fall of the Soviet military, arguing that it had a far greater impact on Soviet politics and economic development than was perceived in the West.
General William E. Odom asserts /5(4). Book Description: One of the great surprises in modern military history is the collapse of the Soviet Armed Forces in along with the party-state with which it was inextricably intertwined. In this important book, a distinguished United States Army officer and scholar traces the rise and fall of the Soviet military, arguing that it had a.
This is an outstanding account of why the Red Army collapsed, and with it the Soviet state. Odom does a great job explaining the Soviet military, its ideological underpinnings and its evolution in the 's and 's, as well as the impact of Gorbachev's reforms.
Ever since the collapse of the USSR, annual polling by the Levada Center has shown that over 50 percent of Russia's population regretted its collapse, with the only exception to this being in A Levada Center poll showed that 66% of Russians lamented the fall of the Soviet Union.
The Revolutions of and the Fall of the Soviet Union Gorbachev believed that a better Soviet economy depended on better relationships with the. The Soviet armed forces were involved in two sovereign power issues at the end of Mikhail Gorbachev's rule: the failed August hard-liner coup and the collapse of the Soviet Author: Brian D.
Taylor. Buy this book Few in Western intellectual or policy circles expected the Soviet armed forces to acquiesce without a fight, not only in the collapse of their nation but in the dissolution of their. The Collapse of the Soviet Military is a marvelous tombstone of a book.
Set over the grave not only of the Soviet military, but of the Soviet empire, it The collapse of the Soviet military book about much more than missiles and tanks. Here, the failure of a system of government is examined through a.
This study examines the process by which the seemingly impossible in The collapse of the Soviet military book the disintegration of the Soviet state - became the seemingly inevitable byproviding an original interpretation not only of the Soviet collapse, but also of the phenomenon of nationalism more generally.
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The author describes the state of the Soviet military during the s and then moves to the events that led to its destruction. The Collapse of the Soviet Union book.
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[William E Odom] -- One of the great surprises in modern military history was the collapse of the Soviet Armed Forces in - along with the party-state with which it was inextricably intertwined. In this book, a. Princeton University historian Stephen Kotkin takes up these salient questions in his concise, readable, and informative book Armageddon Averted: The Soviet Collapse, "Kotkin dismisses the oft-cited explanations that emphasize increased U.S.
military spending and the failure of central planning, arguing that as late as the Soviet. A subtle, profound, and authoritative assessment of the life and sudden death of the Soviet military by the former director of the National Security Agency. By almost every measure, the Soviet armed forces were the largest in the world.
Bythey were nearly 6 million strong, with another 25 million reserves. Behind that force stood a military-industrial complex far larger than the West.
Buy Collapse of the Soviet Military New Ed by William E. Odom (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. This article is within the scope of WikiProject Soviet Union, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) on Wikipedia.
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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN:Economic issues were the cornerstone of soviet ideology and the soviet system, and economic issues brought the whole system crashing down in This book is a record of what happened, and it is also an analysis of the failure of Soviet economics as a concept.
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Collapse of the Soviet Union, sequence of events that led to the dissolution of the U.S.S.R. on Decem The reforms implemented by President Mikhail Gorbachev and the backlash against them hastened the demise of the Soviet state. Learn more about one of the key events of the 20th century in this article.
Book Review: Learning From the Soviet Collapse to Ignite a Socialist Revival “The legacy of the Soviet Union been shaped by lies and anti-communist smears.” Author and socialist Carlos Martinez has written an invaluable book for the struggle for socialism in the 21st century.
Explaining Soviet collapse. September ; DOI: This p aper is a companion piece to a book title d Contemporary Russian Politics that compete as a social and military order with the West.
Photo-documents of the Final Act of the Russo-German War. Baxter, author of a number of excellent photo collections on the Second World War, including several in the series “Images of War”, has gathered an impressive group of images from the Eastern Front, covering events from the Vistula-Oder Operation in January of through the fall of Berlin and the end of the war in May.
on the Soviet Union For example, Ikle argues that the ‘Soviet system, in harness with communism, destroyed the Soviet economy and thus hastened the self-destruction of the Soviet empire’ Other scholars argue that the Soviet Empire was overstretched, emphasizing the large military forces required to hold it, the economic.
One of the great surprises in modern military history is the collapse of the Soviet Armed Forces in along with the party-state with which it was inextricably intertwined. In this important book, a distinguished United States Army officer and scholar traces the rise and fall of the Soviet military, arguing that it had a far greater impact.
In fact, the Soviet military budget had been trending upward since at least the early s, but Western analysts were left with best guesses in regard to hard numbers. Outside estimates of Soviet military spending ranged between 10 and 20 percent of GDP, and, even within the Soviet Union itself, it was difficult to produce an exact accounting.
Yale University Press, Hardcover. Hardcover in dust jacket, minor wear, binding tight and pages bright, a very nice copy. Very good. Item # ISBN: The purpose of this book is not to point out the faults that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Rather, it is to provide historical facts that will lead to an understanding of what and what not to do in order to thrive as a country. History is not just about dates, names and events.
It is Pages: In this compact book, Stephen Kotkin shows that the Soviet collapse resulted not from military competition but, ironically, from the dynamism of Communist ideology, the long-held dream for socialism with a human face. Documents the collapse of the Soviet Union's European empire (East Germany, Poland, Czechoslvakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria) and the transition of each to independent states, drawing on interviews and newly uncovered archival material to offer insight into 's rapid changes and the USSR's minimal resistance.
Judy Shelton, author of [The Coming Soviet Crash], analyzed the condition of the Soviet economy. Due to its emphasis on military spending, the Soviets have neglected all other areas of their. Read this book on Questia.
An American academic describes the breakup of the Soviet Union and the formation of an independent Latvia from the vantage point of Riga, where he was acting as an advisor to the Latvian Parliament and was a visiting faculty member at the time of the events.
FACT CHECK: Trump's Claim Linking The Collapse Of The Soviet Union To Afghanistan NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Seth Jones about President Trump's claim that the Soviet. MILITARY: It was impossible, at least within the new Russian state, to cut the military apparatuses back.
Although the state had allocated roughly 1/7th the funds it had in Soviet times to the military, it was, on paper, supposed to fund a military roughly 2/3rds the size of the late Soviet .The Communist Party, its general secretary, and its Politburo determined the Soviet Union's political, economic, and military destiny for over seven decades.
The reform of the system undertaken by General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev () -- perestroika -- was intended to make the Soviet system profitable and popular.
Discussing the book inin a piece in The New Yorker, Ben McGrath wrote that Orlov describes “superpower collapse soup” common to both the U.S. and the Soviet Union: “a severe shortfall in the production of crude oil, a worsening foreign-trade deficit, an oversized military budget, and crippling foreign debt.”.