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From the cockpit of a MIG to the foot soldiers and tankers on the scarred, bloody battlefields to the four-star general commanding the ...
From the cockpit of a MIG to the foot soldiers and tankers on the scarred, bloody battlefields to the four-star general commanding the attack, Red Army is a riveting portrayal of modern war--and of human strengths and weaknesses. Seen entirely through Russian eyes, this extraordinary novel is destined to become a classic.
Posted March 14, 2005
LtCol Ralph Peters writes something he knows better than most: how the Red Army would have fought in Western Europe had the Soviet Union not collapsed. The book doesn't revolve around the tactics, but more the POL-MIL strategy from the viewpoint of the Red Army. What is disappointing is the Army-centric nature of the book; however, this is no surprise given he's a retired Army officer.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.