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The Russian Army and Fleet in the nineteenth century
LiНЎubomir GrigorК№evich BeskrovnyД
|Statement||L.G. Beskrovny; edited and translated by Gordon E. Smith; introduction by David R. Jones.|
|Series||The Russian series ;, v. 40, Russian series (Academic International Press) ;, 40.|
|Contributions||Smith, Gordon E.|
|LC Classifications||UA770 .B47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 408 p. :|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||96207832|
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[L G Beskrovnyĭ; Gordon E Smith]. Late 19th century. The Russian fleet continued to expand in the late 19th century, especially during the reign of Emperor Nicholas II, who was very influenced to the doctrine of American naval theorist, Alfred Mahan. Despite that Russian industry was developing at high rate, but it couldn't fulfil the ever growing needs of the Russian Navy.
The Russian Army and Fleet in the Nineteenth Century. Gulf Breeze. Boyevaya letopis' russkogo flota. Khronika vazhneishikh sobytii voyennoi istorii russkogo flota s IX veka po god. - Voyenizdat, Moskva, (Combat Annales of the Russian y: Tsardom of Russia, Russian Empire.
The Russian Army and Fleet in the Nineteenth Century A Handbook of Armaments, Personnel and Policy Professor Beskrovny examines the "nuts and bolts" of the Russian military and naval organizations, and has gleaned a truly massive compendium of data from archives long unavailable to many Soviet, let alone most Western scholars, military or.
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