Prospects for the Red Army

Werner, Max
November 1941
New Republic;11/17/41, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p647
Presents information on the development related to the Soviet-German war with special emphasis on the Red Army of the Soviet Union. Capability of the Red Army of waging a long-drawn-out war; Account of the strength of the Red Army of the Soviet Union; Strategy of the war; Condition of the Red Army before the German invasion; Calculation of the possible loses Russia might endure in this war; Superiority of the weapons of the Red Army in comparison to that of the Germans; Commendation of the Red Army for her display of unmatched endurance and high morale; Weakness of the Army's military strength springs from the damage to the Russian war economy; Future of the Red Army's perspectives depend on the actions of the Anglo-American naval and air forces as well as the British army.


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