The Great Patriotic War and the Maturation of Soviet Operational Art 1941-1945

History / Military

David M. Glantz, „The Great Patriotic War and the Maturation of Soviet Operational Art: 1941-1945“
Martin Pegler, „Winchester Lever-Action Rifles (Weapon)“
On War: The Beautifully Reproduced Illustrated 1908 Edition by Carl von Clausewitz
The French Experience from Republic to Monarchy, 1792-1824: New Dawns in Politics, Knowledge and Culture
Imperial Policies and Perspectives towards Georgia, 1760-1819

David M. Glantz, „The Great Patriotic War and the Maturation of Soviet Operational Art: 1941-1945“

ASIN: B06XG5CH5Y, eISBN: 1786250446 | 1987 | EPUB | 126 pages | 15 MB

This report examines the development of the Soviet Army’s operational art against the Germans during World War 2. It examines the reconstruction and reorganization of the Soviet military forces after Hitler’s invasion, the development and coordination of military tactics on the various fronts and the deployment of forces for defense or attack in several battles.

Martin Pegler, „Winchester Lever-Action Rifles (Weapon)“

ISBN: 1472806573 | 2015 | EPUB | 80 pages | 30 MB

Winchester Lever-Action repeating rifles are an integral part of the folklore of the American West. Introduced shortly after the American Civil War, the very first Winchester, the M1866, would go on to see military service as far afield as Bulgaria, but it was in the hands of civilians that it would become known as ‚The gun that won the west.‘ Offering a lethal combination of portability, ruggedness and ammunition interchangeability with pistol sidearms, the Winchesters and their innovative and elegant breech-loading system represented a revolutionary design. They were used by a staggering variety of military and civilian groups – gold-miners, trappers, hunters, farmers, lawmen, professional gunmen and Native Americans. It equipped a whole generation of settlers and as such left an imprint on American culture that continues to resonate today. This book explores the Winchesters‘ unique place in the history of firearms, revealing the technical secrets of their success with a full array of color artwork, period illustrations and close-up photographs.

On War: The Beautifully Reproduced Illustrated 1908 Edition by Carl von Clausewitz

English | October 21st, 2013 | ASIN: B00G3DFLY8, ISBN: 190855679X | 925 Pages | EPUB | 1.51 MB

On War is one of the most influential books ever written on the subject of conflict.
Its author, Prussian General Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831), is often credited with masterminding what is now known as “complete war” – conflict with the all-out backing of the state, and his teachings have been embraced by figures as diverse as US President Dwight Eisenhower and Lenin.
Focusing on the philosophy of war, Von Clausewitz’s book says conflict cannot be waged on a map and devises a series of timeless strategies to defeat the enemy in the most efficient manner possible.
“To introduce into the philosophy of war a principle of moderation would be an absurdity,” he wrote.
The masterpiece is presented in this beautifully-produced Apostrophe Books edition with an introduction by Gulf War legend and bestselling author Andy McNab – the British Army’s most highly decorated serving soldier when he left the SAS.

The French Experience from Republic to Monarchy, 1792-1824: New Dawns in Politics, Knowledge and Culture

2000 | 242 Pages | ISBN: 1349415693 | PDF | 1.3 MB

Fourteen wide-ranging chapters by distinguished international scholars treat key aspects of the rapidly changing political and cultural scene in France from the First Republic, through the Consulate and Empire to the death of Louis XVIII in 1824. Falling into two interlinked parts, this collection of original essays explores new developments as well as continuities characterising the transition between the eighteenth century and the nineteenth. It includes chapters on feminism, politics and theatre, elections and plebiscites, revolution and counter-revolution, patronage, universities and education, medicine, music and science.

Imperial Policies and Perspectives towards Georgia, 1760-1819

2000 | 219 Pages | ISBN: 1349411299 | PDF | 3.1 MB

This book examines how the Russian Empire expanded across the barrier of the Caucasus mountains to take control of the Georgian lands at the close of the eighteenth century. With no organized plan for conquest, Imperial policy fluctuated based both on personnel changes in the Imperial government and strategic re-evaluations of Imperial interests. Particular attention is paid to the role of two significant individuals – Princes Potemkin and Tsitsianov – in pushing the Empire toward total incorporation.

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