TITLE

The Outlook for Russia

AUTHOR(S)
Werner, Max
PUB. DATE
September 1942
SOURCE
New Republic;9/7/42, Vol. 107 Issue 10, p274
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents information on the war between Germany and Soviet Union. Claim that Germany's territorial gains in Southeastern Soviet Union have been larger than could be expected, but they are the result of an all-out concentration of the German forces in that direction; Claim that the Soviet losses in manpower and weapons are limited, and the striking power of the Red Army is not only unbroken, it is undiminished; Strategy adopted by the Red Army in three decisive fronts, in the Caucasus, before Stalingrad and on the Central Front; View that the goal of German strategy is not the Northern, but the Southern Caucasus; Military difficulties that will be faced by the German Army at the foothills of the Southern Caucasus, for the Southern part is the actual core of the Caucasian Region.
ACCESSION #
14859349

 

Related Articles

  • Letter from the Editor. Ali, Rob // Soldiers;Mar2004, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p2 

    Points out that the Third U.S. Army has always been where the action is. Heike Hasenaur's article "Third Army: Mission Ready," which provides a look at behind-the-scenes work of the soldiers of the Third Army and their contributions to the War on Terror; Beth Rose's "Warriors in the Line of...

  • These Soldiers Have Charmed Lives. Beech, Keyes // Saturday Evening Post;9/13/1952, Vol. 225 Issue 11, p34 

    The article focuses on the charmed lives of soldiers, headed by Albert M. LaPlante of Fox Co., Seventh Infantry Regiment, Third Division, in a bloody encounter in the north of Chorwon on the Central Korean front. They amazingly survived the attack due to their new bulletproof vest, that made...

  • KEITH CRAIN: Now that we're committed, let's get it done.  // Crain's Detroit Business;3/24/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p8 

    March 13, 2003 saw the start of the war between Iraq and the U.S. The present environment in Iraq is not appreciable but there are indications that after the war there will be a great appreciation in Iraq for freeing the nation. Also the formation of a transition government will not be very...

  • Hidden Wounds. Peters, Katherine McIntire // Government Executive;Feb2007, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p30 

    The article discusses the psychological effects of war to soldiers detained in battle zones specifically in Iraq and Afghanistan. According to medical personnel at the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, troops in both battle areas are...

  • THE MEXICAN ARMY. Prewett, Virginia // Foreign Affairs;Apr1941, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p609 

    This article explains that Mexico's army serves the Mexican nation in the multiple capacity as guarantor of the stability of the constituted government, keeper of the public peace, and active collaborator in the country's public works program. It does this at a cost per man that is approximately...

  • Dental Morbidity in United Kingdom Armed Forces, Iraq 2003. Richardson, Peter S. // Military Medicine;Jun2005, Vol. 170 Issue 6, p536 

    The aim of this article was to review the dental morbidity experienced by U.K. armed forces serving in Iraq from deployment on Operation Telic in January 2003 until the end of phase 1 on May 1, 2003. U.K. Armed Forces dental teams treated 1800 emergency patients, including 135 prisoners of war....

  • THE WAR PATTERN OF SWISS LIFE. Richter, Werner // Foreign Affairs;Jul1944, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p643 

    This paper examines the war pattern of Swiss life. As the war in Europe reaches its climax the position of Switzerland becomes more precarious. The territory of each of the other neutrals has a seacoast. The Swiss Government has called up more troops and has inducted youths of 19 service. The...

  • THE NATION AT WAR. Lanza, Conrad H. // America;5/22/1943, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p172 

    The article focuses on the war between the Axis troops and the U.S. and British armies. It cites the decision of the Axis to abandon Bizerte and Tunis in Tunisia when the American troops had entered the area. It also indicates arrival of the British who had started an advance against the Tunis,...

  • Remembering a Vietnam War Firefight: Changing Perspectives over Time. Allison, Fred H. // Oral History Review;Summer/Fall2004, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p69 

    Intense, deadly combat is one of the most traumatic of human experiences. How veterans remember it and how they retell it, is explored in this article by Marine Corps Oral Historian Fred H. Allison. Allison compares two inter- views of the same Marine talking about the same horrific Vietnam...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics