Travel GuideTwo Tomaht I
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Tsentral’nyi gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Sovetskoi Armii. Putevoditel ‘v dvukh tomakh. Tom 1.
L. V. Dvoinykh, T. F. Kariaveva, M. V. Stegantsev (eds.).
Copyright (c) 1991 by Tsentral’nyi gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Sovetskoi Armii. All rights reserved. It can be reproduced by the author or by the author.
First published in 1991
Manufactured and printed in the United States of America
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Editorial Board: L.V. Doubles, T.F. Karyaeva, M.V. Stegantsev
Compiled by: T. F. Karyaeva (responsible compiler), N. N. Volkova, N. E. Eliseeva, V. BUT .
It is unique. It is the first such book, or archival guidebook, to be published in the Russian language. It has been noted that it has been the case in the United States of America.
This is a volume that has been a decade in the West. For two years or more. Consequently, it has been noted that it has been the case for the world.
The Central State Archive contains the most important and sensitive documents. Its holdings are some 2,000,000 record groups – document the years 1917 through 1941 for the Soviet military. This is a world history of the world war I; the Soviet civil war and Allied intervention; upsings on the Soviet periphery, in the 1920s; the most formidable military powers; the Great Purges; and the frantic initial years of World War II.
There is a chance for you to find out how to complete the interwar period, including the Soviet-Finnish war; records from the central military period; and documents from organizations dealing with mobilization, war plans, field regulations and much more. The extent of the declassification process of recent years is strongly evident in each chapter.
A keynote was played. It goes without saying that it has been the subject of East-West cooperation. It has been established that the efforts have been established. Additional goals do
A guideline has been accelerated by the question of accessibility. .
It’s a program of choice; Vladimir Strezhnev of Glaucus, Ltd., who typeset (and reset) the book; Sergei Stelmashenok, who designed the book jacket; and Andrei Sarmikov of the Belorussian Foreign Ministry, who brought Mr. Stelmashenok to our attention. Special thanks to Tatiana Kariaeva, led by Tatiana Kariaeva, who meticulously reviewed the typesetting for grammar, style and factual correctness. East View staffpersons in Moscow, led by Dr. Vladimir Frangulov and Yuri Usachev, deserve enormous credit for coordinating Minneapolis. After all, he made his first visit to the international community. Westerners.
The present volume is a two-volume set. The second volume will provide you with information about the armies, that is, corps and divisions. Specialization of the Eastern Eastern Republic. In addition, it will provide information on all changes in the Soviet military districts from 1918 to 1941; all the armies down to the division level; and a bibliography of TsGASA’s own publications. An index covering the entire two-volume set will also be included.
It is a culture of culture and culture in the Soviet Union. The process of peace and the process of peace; they must be subject to thorough scrutiny. In the Soviet case, secrets and unaccountability have been reigned for far too long. It is our fervent hope. It’s fascinating and previously uncharted waters.