ORENSTEIN, Harold S. GLANTZ, David M. Cass series on the Soviet study of war, 1-2).
Title: Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience. Volume I: The Initial Periodof War 1941. Volume II: The Winter Campaign 1941-1942.
Publisher:  Frank Cass & Co., London, 1991, ISBN:0714633925
Seller ID: 115156
ORENSTEIN, Harold S., (trans.). Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience. Volume I: The Initial Period of War 1941. Volume II: The Winter Campaign 1941-1942. Translated by Harold S. Orenstein. With an Introduction by David M. Glantz. (London) : Frank Cass, (1991). IN TWO VOLUMES. I. Pp. (6),vii-xxv,(1),1-84. II. Pp. (6),vii-x,(4),1-255,(3). 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to front boards and spines. Cass Series on the Soviet Study of War,numbers 1 and 2. Series editor: David M. Glantz. Contents: I: 1. Actions f or the Destruction of Large Encircled Enemy Groupings; 2. Some Conclusions on Assault ("Desant") Operations During 1941; 3. A Brief Review of the Tactical Use of Antitank Defense Assets; 4. Use of Troop Assets in the Struggleagainst Enemy Aviation; 5. The Experience of Conducting an Operational War Game on the Front; 6. The German Field Defense; 7. German Use of Antiaircr aft Artillery for Firing against Ground Targets; 8. On the issue of Studying War Experience; 9. Instructions of the General Staff of the Red Army on the Use of Articles 16-19, 'Regulations for Staff Field Service, 1942' in Formations, Armies, Fronts, and Military Districts. II: 1. Operational-Tactical Lessons of the Winter Campaign 1941-1942; 2. Features of an Offensive Action in Winter; 3. Combat Use of Ski Troops; 4. Combat Operations of Artillery in the Winter of 1941-1942; 5. Reconnaissance; 6. Combat Use of Large Cavalry Formations; 7. Features of Actions on the Karelian-Finnish Theater; 8. The Struggle for Domination in the Air on the Northwestern Front; 9. Defense of a Large Populated Area; 10. Air Defense of a Large Area; 11. CombatUse of Camouflage Smoke by Ground Forces; 12. Topographic Support of Troop s According to the Experience of the Great Patriotic War; 13. Position Concerning the Organization and Operation of the Army Rear; 14. Orders, Directives, and Instructions. Light spotting to top edge, else very good. For the set. 100.00