Secret Soldiers of the Revolution: Soviet Military Intelligence, 1918-1933

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999 - Всего страниц: 227

Leonard provides the first comprehensive history of the Red Army's Intelligence Directorate, known today as the GRU, from its inception during the Russian Civil War up to the rise of Nazi Germany in 1933. During these early years of Soviet Army intelligence, the GRU actively promoted Communism internationally through insurrection and partisan warfare. It became deeply involved in espionage in Western Europe, the United States, and Asia.

Making extensive use of primary sources, many of which have only recently become available, Leonard completes a story that has until now been often inaccurate or simply confused.

 

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The Origins of Red Army Intelligence
1
THE REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT
5
RU CHIEFS 19181933
10
PARTISAN OPERATIONS AND THE CIVIL WAR
13
THE COMINTERN CONNECTION
17
THE RAZVEDUPR AFTER THE CIVIL WAR
19
Exporting the Revolution Insurrection and Partisan Warfare 19231927
27
GERMANY
28
Espionage 19281933 Part 2
107
THE UNITED STATES
108
THE CHRISTIE TANKS
110
STALINS COUNTERFEITING SCHEME
112
THE PANAMANIAN AFFAIR
117
THE FAR EAST 19281932
119
JAPAN
121
SHANGHAI
122

BULGARIA
32
ESTONIA
34
CHINA
37
ADVENTURE IN AFGHANISTAN
43
ARMED INSURRECTION AND PARTISAN WARFARE
45
CONCLUSION
48
Espionage 19211927
55
EARLY AGENT OPERATIONS
57
THE VIENNA RESIDENCY 19241927
61
THE PEKING RESIDENCY
62
FRANCE 19211927
68
GREAT BRITAIN 19211927
74
CONCLUSION
78
Espionage 19281933 Parti
85
THE WAR SCARE
86
REFORM OF OPERATIONS
88
THE SPETS OTDEL
89
FRANCE
90
GREAT BRITAIN
96
CONCLUSION
101
RICHARD SORGES CHINESE RESIDENCY
123
Red Army Intelligence and the Weimar Republic
135
BERLIN CENTER
138
PENETRATION OF GERMAN INDUSTRY
144
THE NAPPARAT
147
THE CLANDESTINE PARTNERSHIP
150
MANAGING THE COLLABORATION
156
Analysis and Threat Assessment
165
EARLY THREAT ASSESSMENT
167
THE FUTURE WAR
171
CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THE FUTURE WAR
178
POSTFUTURE WAR THREAT ASSESSMENTS
180
THE ACCURACY OF RU THREAT ASSESSMENT
182
Epilogue
191
Organizational Charts
195
Tables
201
Bibliography
205
Subject Index
213
Name Index
223
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RAYMOND W. LEONARD is currently an Instructor in the Department of History and Anthropology at Central Missouri State University. He has taught and lectured at the University of Kansas and Wichita State University. An expert on Soviet military studies, Dr. Leonard has also published on U.S. military history in The Journal of Military History.

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