Download PDF by Ken Ford: Cassino 1944: Breaking the Gustav Line

By Ken Ford

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Книга Osprey crusade №134. Сassino 1944 Osprey crusade №134. Сassino 1944 Книги Исторические Автор: K.Ford Формат: pdf Издат.:Osprey Страниц: ninety eight Размер: forty two Mb ISBN: 084176 623 2 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Серия военныхкниг Campaignот Osprey.

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The numerical strength, combat experience and equipment of the victors in the greatest maritime war of all time were perceived as a strong threat to Russia's security, especially when they achieved a nuclear capability. In comparison the Soviet Navy was numerically small, except in submarines, technically backward and had played only a minor role in the Great Patriotic War. Within the last thirty years this great gulf has largely been filled. The Soviet Union has overcome what seemed an insuperable handicap and now possesses a maritime strength which although not equal to that of the United States and its allies, is sufficient to present an effective challenge to that ability to use the seas in peace and war, which they see as essential to survival.

It would seem that his authority has been based not only on such bureaucratic skills as installing his proteges in key appointments, but also by identifying as his own, policies which have been accepted by all the major interest groups, including the military, as holding out hopes for the future without threatening the stability of the system -a tactic which finally made Khruschev unacceptable. 8 His internal policies have been characterised by an abandonment of utopian visions and a concentration on measures designed to further gradual and continuous economic development and improvement in the standard of living based on science and technology, and accompanied by similar advances in education and culture.

Today these conflicts have been largely resolved in ways which establish the supremacy of the military professional, but tensions still persist which must have some impact in the workings of the Soviet Navy. The main controversy centres around the concept of 'one-man command' and, while both operational and political officers accept that this is essential for military efficiency, they differ in their interpretation of what it means in practice. The military professional sees it in simple terms and expects the unit's political officer to accept his The Framework 25 ultimate authority and act as his subordinate in maintaining the unit's morale, efficiency and combat readiness.

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