David Glantz - Studies For The US Army

Studies For The US Army

  • Air University Review, March-April 1983, Soviet Offensive Ground Doctrine Since 1945
  • 1984 Art of War symposium, From the Don to the Dnepr: Soviet Offensive Operations - December 1942 - August 1943, A transcript of Proceedings, Center for Land Warfare, US Army War College, 26–30 March 1984
  • 1985 Art of War symposium, From the Dnepr to the Vistula: Soviet Offensive Operations - November 1943 - August 1944, A transcript of Proceedings, Center for Land Warfare, US Army War College, 29–3 May 1985
  • 1986 Art of War symposium, From the Vistula to the Oder: Soviet Offensive Operations - October 1944 - March 1945, A transcript of Proceedings, Center for Land Warfare, US Army War College, 19–23 May 1986
  • August Storm: The Soviet strategic offensive in Manchuria by David M.Glantz
  • August Storm: Soviet Tactical and Operational Combat in Manchuria, 1945 by LTC David M. Glantz
  • The Soviet Airborne Experience by LTC David M. Glantz
  • Soviet Defensive Tactics at Kursk, July 1943 by COL David M. Glantz

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