Deception in Soviet military doctrine and operations.
Hamilton, David L.
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This thesis analyzes the role deception serves in the armed forces of the Soviet Union. The analysis focuses on the Soviets' mindset, historical application, military doctrine, organization, and current application of military deception. Before addressing the Soviet use of deception, an introduction is provided which includes some definitions and related terms, a historical look at deception, and some basic deception principles. The thesis closes with a summary of the main points concerning Soviet military deception and briefly compares it to past and current application of deception in the U. S. military.
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