Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Michael J. Deane.|
|LC Classifications||JN6520.C58 D4 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 297 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||76049751|
Overview Political controls have been an integral part of the Soviet armed forces sincetheir inception. Presently, the Main Political I)irectorate of the Soviet Army and Navy (MPD) accomplishes this function through a hierarchy of Communist Party organs. These bodies exercise political control down to the company level in the field. Political Control of the Soviet Armed Forces, CIA/NFAC/OSR Research Paper, July Document Type: SPECIALCOLLECTION. Collection: CIA Analysis of the Warsaw Pact Forces. Document Number (FOIA) /ESDN (CREST): d4fc6adf. Release Decision: Original Classification: Document Page Count. It was a victory, however, which brought little respite to the Soviet armed forces and none of the realities of peace to the Soviet state. Throughout the latter half of a political and economic crisis, of an intensity and duration which involved the regime in the gravest dangers, began to occupy an increasingly dominant part in the Author: John Erickson. In order to prevent the military from becoming a threat, democratizing governments must re-educate their military professionals and instill in them a sense of respect for democratic institutions and the multi-party system. The goal is to limit the military's role in politics and develop a tradition.
In the history of the Soviet Union this ideology was more than normally influenced by political activism that demanded the continuation of the 'Workers' Revolution' into other parts of the world. Since the military forms an integral part of the governmental apparatus, its utilisation in . He retained the posts of commander in chief of the armed forces and secretary-general of the Communist Party of Cuba—the only legal political party—and he continued to exercise unquestioned and total control over the government. Castro’s brother Raúl, minister of the armed forces, ranked second to him in all government and party posts. The NKVD is known for its role in political repression and for carrying out the Great Purge under Joseph Stalin. the 4th Department (Special Section, OO) of GUGB NKVD security service responsible for the Soviet Armed Forces military counter-intelligence, It returned to NKVD control in Janu as UOO 9th Department controlled by – Cheka under SNK of the RSFSR, (All . Political control of the Soviet armed forces. [Michael J Deane] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library.
The political commissar is often associated with the Soviet Union (–91), where the Cheka introduced them [dubious – discuss] to the military forces to ensure the government’s political control. The chief reason was because the newly created Red revolutionary military units were associated with different. It is a mystery how a phrase that is both as ungrammatical and incorrect as “civilian control of the military” has become so widely accepted. political control.” The armed forces are one Author: Dennis C. Blair. Certain coercive and socializing mechanisms define the Soviet/Communist control system which was the key to the effectiveness of the Warsaw Treaty Organization and to the reliability of East European armed forces. The history covers the period from the end of World War II Cited by: 3. marked the ascendancy of the Soviet armed forces over the German Wehrmacht. During this period, the armed forces of the soviet Union held the strategic initiaitve and used it to defeat the Wehrmacht, gain control of Eastern Europe, 'and invade Germany proper, meeting Allied forces on the Elbe River on 25 April