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by John Alexander Armstrong

  • ISBN: 0299030601
  • Category: History
  • Author: John Alexander Armstrong
  • Subcategory: Military
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Pr; First edition (June 1, 1964)
  • Pages: 812 pages
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  • Rating: 4.7
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John Armstrong's superb book "Soviet Partisans in World War II" is a monumental group of studies that were prepared by the War Documentation Project (Project Alexander) for the United States Air Force, based on captured German and Soviet documents, in 1954. Professor Armstrong, a member of the project staff, has adapted ten of these studies for publication as a book. Chapter five by Kurt DeWitt deals specifically with "The Partisans in Soviet Intelligence

My first publications on nationalism contained extended references to religion.

My first publications on nationalism contained extended references to religion. Subsequent familiarity with the impressive sociological work by Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann enabled me to show more clearly how nationalism, as a type of identity, 'shelters the individual from ultimate terror', that is, death as 'the most terrifying breakdown of identity'.

Finally, the partisan experience in World War II constitutes the largest . APPENDIX Selected Soviet sources on the World War II partisan movement.

Finally, the partisan experience in World War II constitutes the largest single body of Soviet experience in irregular warfare. That experience is embedded in the minds of many Soviet leaders, of high rank and low; many of them, now active in Soviet policy or administration, were closely concerned with the organization and direction of that arm of military and political action. Partisan psychological warfare and popular attitudes by Alexander Dallin, Ralph Mavrogordato, and Wilhelm Moll. I. Organization and technical aspects of partisan psychological warfare.

Armstrong, John Alexander. Soviet partisans in World War II. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 1964. Irpen, please note that almost all facts in this article can be verified with the English online references, and I am still waiting to hear a single on-topic fact that you think is wrong or missing from this article. Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus Talk 00:49, 26 May 2006 (UTC).

John Alexander Armstrong, American political scientist, educator. Guggenheim fellow, 1967-1968, 75-76. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1946, European Theatre of Operations. Member American Association Advancement Slavic Studies (president 1965-1967), Council Foreign Relations, American History Association, American Political Science Association, Kennan Institute Advanced Russian Studies (academy council 1981-1984), Phi Beta Kappa.

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Soviet Partisans in World War II is a summation and an extension - both carried out with great talent by Professor John A. Armstrong of the University of Wisconsin - of a postwar program of research into the origins, doctrine, operations, and effectiveness of Soviet irregular warfare. The volume can be read as an original and important contribution to the history of World War II and to the study of the Soviet political system operating under extreme stress. Originally published in 1964, when Soviet policy layed strong emphasis on "wars of national (or people's) liberation" and on Soviet backing for them, these studies likewise provided a fresh examination of the then recent and intensive Soviet experience in the waging of unconventional warfare.
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Partisan Warfare in WWII

John Armstrong's superb book "Soviet Partisans in World War II" is a monumental group of studies that were prepared by the War Documentation Project (Project Alexander) for the United States Air Force, based on captured German and Soviet documents, in 1954. Professor Armstrong, a member of the project staff, has adapted ten of these studies for publication as a book. Chapter five by Kurt DeWitt deals specifically with "The Partisans in Soviet Intelligence." Other contributing scholars include Alexander Dallin and Gerhard Weinberg both distinguished historians in the area of German-Soviet affairs. There are 100 pages of selected source documents listed that alone is worth the cost of the book.

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