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ethnic factor in the Soviet armed forces
Szayna, Thomas S.
|Statement||Thomas S. Szayna.|
|Contributions||United States. Army., Rand Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||UB419.S65 S94 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 59 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||90026852|
Multi-ethnic armed forces have existed since ancient times. The armies of the ancient empires of the Middle East, of the Roman Emperors, and the Mongol Khans, all tended to be conglomerations of diverse ethnic, religious, or racial groups. A fundamental reason Cited by: 8. This book looks at the militaries of the late-Soviet and post-Soviet republics. Beginning with the end of the Soviet era, it recognises that the successor states did not spring from nowhere, but inherited a legacy that influenced all that followed. The book discusses how politicians control the instruments that are the manifestation of the state’s monopoly on violence, and how society views.
Using a new book by the military historian Mary Habeck as a point of departure, this essay explains how the German and Soviet armed forces by the late s had developed almost identical. include The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: Preliminary Find-ings, by S. Enders Wimbush and Alex Alexiev, N/1, April , and Managing the Ethnic Factor in the Russian and Soviet Armed Forces: An Historic Overview, by Dmitry Ponomareff and Susan Curran, R/1 (forthcoming).
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The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: The Muslim Dimension (Rand Report) by Thomas S. by: 5. : Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: Historical Experience, Current Practices and Implications for the Future: An Executive Summary (Rand Report) (): Alex Alexiev: BooksAuthor: Alex Alexiev.
Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: Historical Experience, Current Practices and Implications for the Future: An Executive Summary (Rand Report) Paperback Soviet Nationalities in German Wartime Strategy, (Rand Report). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wimbush, S.
Enders. Ethnic factor in the Soviet Armed Forces. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand,  (OCoLC) Alexiev and Wimbush, Ethnic Minorities in the Red Army, p. Other sources disagree with Alexiev and Wimbush and indicate that, especially for Ukrainians and Byelorussians, the Armed Forces serve as a positive integrating : Joseph J.
Collins. This book treats the issue of national diversity of Soviet military manpower that affects the morale, effectiveness, and reliability of the Soviet armed forces. It explores the historical dimensions of military multinationalism with respect to the Russian and Soviet military by: 8.
This research brief describes work documented in The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: Historical Experience, Current Practices, and Implications for the Future — An Executive summary Cited by: The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces Historical Experience, Current Practices, and Implications for the Future — An Executive Summary by Alex Alexiev, S.
Enders WimbushCited by: 6. The ethnic factor in the Soviet armed forces: the Muslim dimension / Thomas S. Szayna. "Prepared for the United States Army." "RA." ISBN X 1. Soviet Union-Armed Forces-Minorities.
Muslims-Non-Muslim countries. United States. Army. RAND Corporation. Title. UB$65S94 ''dc2O CIPCited by: 5. armed forces of the Central Asian states by first sum-marizing the ethnic composition of the five new republics, then examining the legacy of Soviet ethnic policy upon Central Asia. It then considers ways in which different newly-independent states have created their military institutions and handled the issue of ethnicity within their armed.
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The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: Historical Experience, Current Practices, and Implications for the Future — An Executive Summary This report is part of the RAND Corporation report by: Open ethnic conflict by and against individuals and groups apparently occurs frequently in the Soviet armed forces, but it would be premature to generalize that the Soviet armed forces experience more or less violent ethnic-based conflict than other large-scale multinational armies.
If you enjoy military history, you should definitely get this book. The Soviet Union was one of the pre-eminent military powers of the 20th century, and this compendium of essays by military scholars explains how a rag-tag would-be world power that collapsed in disarray during World War I, first fought a complex civil war for five years, then built a military force capable of defeating the /5(5).
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The ethnic factor in the Soviet armed forces: the Muslim dimension. [Thomas S Szayna; United States. Army.; Rand Corporation.] -- Open ethnic conflict has swept the entire Soviet Union during the last few years.
The Muslims already have had a powerful negative impact on the efficiency of the Soviet military. This report. The study summarized here represents the first major, multidimensional effort to address the ethnic factor in the Soviet armed forces.
It examines the historical context and experience of the multinational Red Army, analyzes in detail present practices designed to deal with ethnicity, and posits the implications of demographic changes and the options available to the Soviet authorities. According to the all-union military service law of Septemberthe Soviet Armed Forces consisted of three components: the Ground Forces, the Air Forces, the Navy, the State Political Directorate (OGPU), and the convoy guards.
The OGPU was later made independent and Headquarters: Ministry of Defence, Khamovniki District. Managing the ethnic factor in the Russian and Soviet Armed Forces: an historical overview.
[Susan L Curran; Dmitry Ponomareff; Rand Corporation.] -- This report examines the history of Russian (pre-Soviet) and Soviet attempts to employ and manage national minorities in. These conclusions are in a Rand Corporation publication, ''The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces,'' written by S.
Enders Wimbush and Alex Alexiev and based on. Managing the Ethnic Factor in the Russian and Soviet Armed Forces: A Historical Overview. RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California. S.L Curran and D. Ponomareff. July 49pp. This report examines the history of Russian (pre-Soviet) and Soviet attempts to empty and manage national minorities in military es- tablishments and campaigns.THE ETHNIC FACTOR IN THE SOVIET ARMED FORCES Interim *.
PIRPORMINO On. Rapor MUMEn 7. CT ON GRANT NUNq) S. E. Wimbush, A. R. Alexiev S. PERFORIMNO OGANIZAYSO NAME AND ADD I0. [email protected] TAM The Rand Corporation A. •AWO.u UM ' Main Street SANTA MONICA CA It. CONTROLLING OF CR NAME AND File Size: 4MB.Managing the ethnic factor in the Russian and Soviet Armed Forces: a historical overview / Susan L.
Curran and Dmitry Ponomareff. Introduction -- Ethnic recruitment in the Russian Empire -- Participation of national minorities in the Civil War -- The interwar period -- World War II -- After World War II -- .