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Secret Soldiers of the Revolution by Raymond W. Leonard

Secret Soldiers of the Revolution

Description : An in-depth examination of Soviet military intelligence up to the rise of Nazi Germany.

Subtitle : Soviet Military Intelligence, 1918-1933

Authors : Raymond W. Leonard

Published Date : 1999-01-01

Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN : 0313309906

Page : 227 Pages

Categories : History

Total Download: 51

Filesize: 5 MB

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