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Soviet Operational Deception
Richard N. Armstrong
October 30, 2004
by University Press of the Pacific
Written in English
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This is a list of military operations in Europe on the "Eastern Front".These were operations by Germany and its allies on one side and the Soviet Union and its allies on the other and were a consequence of the German invasion in Published in , Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War is a valuable contribution to the field of Military & Strategic Studies. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review.
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. In this companion piece to Leavenworth Paper No. 7, "August Storm: The Soviet Strategic Offensive in Manchuria, ," LTC David M. Glantz focuses on the operational and tactical levels of the Manchurian campaign, highlighting the techniques that brought victory to Soviet .
Aug 02, · The success of Operation Bagration depended on achieving operational surprise and keeping heavy German reinforcements away from the area of operations. The Soviet deception operation was clearly. Get this from a library! Soviet Deception Operations in World War II.. [Bruce R Pirnie; ARMY CENTER OF MILITARY HISTORY WASHINGTON DC.;] -- Analysis of Soviet deception operations during World War II with emphasis on Operation URANUS in November and Operation BAGRATION in June Discussion of the planning process, technical.
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successful deception operations. This book discusses the high value placed upon deception by the Soviet Army. Special atten-tion is given to the use of deception by Soviet forces during the Manchurian campaign of August Whaley, Barton.
Codeword Barbarossa. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, This is an excellent, thoroughly documented. The KGB and Soviet Disinformation: An Insider's View is a non-fiction book about the KGB's use of disinformation and information warfare during the Soviet Union period.
It was written by former intelligence officer specializing in disinformation for the Czech Intelligence Service and retired professor of disinformation at Boston University, Ladislav Bittman (later known as Lawrence Martin-Bittman).Author: Ladislav Bittman, Roy Godson (foreword).
Anatoliy Mikhaylovich Golitsyn CBE (August 25, – December 29, ) was a Soviet KGB defector and author of two books about the long-term deception strategy of the KGB leadership. He was born in Pyriatyn, Ukrainian SSR. The U.S.
Army believes that deception is a vital part of military operations. Field ManualOperations, acknowledges that the Soviet Army mastered operational deception in World War II.
While its success is widely recognized, there are few published Western assessments of Soviet operational deception. SOVIET OPERATIONAL DECEPTION: THE RED CLOAK, by Lieutenant Colonel Richard N. Armstrong, examines the role of operational deception in the Red Army's World War II victories.
This Combat Studies Institute special study focuses on operational-level deception, planning, allocation of resources, and deception measures used during the battle in Lvov. The Organizational and Operational.
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Oct 30, · The U.S. Army believes that deception is a vital part of military operations. Field ManualOperations, acknowledges that the Soviet Army mastered operational deception in World War II.
While its success is widely recognized, there are few published Western assessments of Soviet operational deception.4/5(2).
One of the books most valuable features is its maps. This seminal work on Soviet deception practices and operations is unique in its depth and scope, covering every one of the Red Army's deception operation from the war's start to finish/5.
Soviet operational deception: the red cloak ix, 56 p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All. While its success is widely recognized, there are few published Western assessments of Soviet operational deception.
Soviet Operational Deception: The Red Cloak, by Lieutenant Colonel Richard N. Armstrong. examines the role of operational deception in the Red Army's World War II victories.
Russian military deception, sometimes known as maskirovka, is a military doctrine developed from the start of the twentieth century. The doctrine covers a broad range of measures for military deception, from camouflage to denial and deception.
Deceptive measures include concealment, imitation with decoys and dummies, manoeuvres intended to deceive, denial, and disinformation. The Soviet Military. Soviet Operational and Tactical Combat in Manchuria, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. On 9 August a force of over /5(2).
Jun 22, · In this book, Kilzer intimates that later while England waited for the outcome of Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union of June 22,Hitler became convinced that his western flank was protected and that an understanding had been reached between his captive Deputy Fuhrer Hess and the British "Peace Party," the fake.
The U.S. Army believes that deception is a vital part of military operations. Field ManualQperattons, acknowi- edges that the Soviet Army mastered operational deception in World War IL. WImiEe its ~ueeess is widely recognized, there are few published Western assessments of Soviet operational decep- tion.Operation Bagration, in combination with the neighbouring Lvov-Sandomierz Offensive, launched a few weeks later in Ukraine, allowed the Soviet Union to recapture Belorussia and Ukraine within its borders, advance into German East Prussia, but more importantly, the Lvov-Sandomierz operation allowed the Red Army to reach the outskirts of Location: Soviet Union (present day Belarus, Baltic .Part of this was owing to secrecy: the six hours of night in June limited the hours of operation, and so Stalin opted to delay the offensive from June 14 to June While the western Soviet Union had a far greater rail capacity than the areas around Stalingrad and Kursk.