An examination of the current revolution in Soviet military affairs
Csuti, Robin Lee.
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Russian and Soviet history is characterized by many unique periods of development. Military doctrine has evolved in such cycles with specific identifiable variables. The Soviet Union has experienced two definite revolutions in military affairs since its inception. This thesis delinates those variables evident in past doctrinal revolutions. Current events within the Soviet Union are then examined to determine if a third evolution in military affairs is occurring
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