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by Robert Waring Herrick

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Author: Robert Waring Herrick
ISBN: 0773468994
ISBN13: 978-0773468993
Language: English
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (July 1, 2003)
Pages: 580
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Start by marking Soviet Naval Doctrine and Policy, 1956-1986 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. This is the third and final volume of a study devoted to analyzing Soviet naval doctrines and its impact on policy.

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Naval Forces & Warfare. Soviet Naval Doctrine and Policy 1956-1986: Bk. 3. Hardback. Studies in Russian History, 8. English. By (author) Robert Waring Herrick. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Dr. Herrick shows in this detailed book the arguments with which Admiral Gorshkov managed to change the Soviet Navy from the coastal force coastal mind-set that he inherited to the ocean-going fleet with, perhaps, an ocean-going mentality that he handed over to his successor.

Herrick, Robert Waring. Soviet Naval Doctrine and Policy 1956-1986. In fact, the book would offer additional insights if it managed to relate official pronouncements with actual building programs. This massive series is the capstone achievement of Robert Waring Herrick, a former . naval attaché to the Soviet Union and an experienced student of Soviet navy development. The subject, the Soviet navy's growth from a small coastal force into a balanced force capable of contesting the United States for command of the seas, is similarly the capstone achievement of Admiral Gorshkov, who played a key role in its development.

Herrick shows in this detailed book the arguments with which Admiral Gorshkov managed to change the Soviet Navy from the coastal force with a coastal mind-set that he inherited to the ocean-going fleet with, perhaps, an ocean-going mentality that he handed over to his successor. More important than the ships, aircraft, their sensors and weapons, was the navy"s new wartime mission: no longer confined to providing support directly to the army, it was also to dispute and deny to the United States and its allies the use of the seaward approaches to the Soviet Union. More important than the ships, aircraft, their sensors and weapons, was the navy's new wartime mission: no longer confined to providing support directly to the army, it was also to dispute and deny to the United States and its allies the use of the seaward approaches to the Soviet Union.

Robert Waring Herrick has written: 'Soviet naval strategy'

Robert Waring Herrick has written: 'Soviet naval strategy'. Soviet Naval Doctrine and Policy 1956-1986 (Studies in Russian History, 8)'. 'Soviet Naval Doctrine and Policy, Vol. 3 1956-1986 (Studies in Russian History, 8)'. 'Soviet naval strategy: fifty years of theory and practice'.

Soviet naval doctrine does not necessarily mirror Western doctrine, but . I have found that both are represented in this study of naval doctrine.

Soviet naval doctrine does not necessarily mirror Western doctrine, but reflects a distinct, Soviet view of naval utilization. 1 Naval doctrine is defined as propositions dealing with a navy on the nature of a future war, the effect of the nuclear revolution, the preconditions and conditions for victory in a future war, and the organizational structure of the armed forces. 2 Also referred to as interest groups. For a methodological discussion on interest groups, see Skilling, H. Gordon and Griffiths, Franklyn, ed. Interest Groups in Soviet Politics (Princeton:Princeton University Press 1971), chaps.

By Robert Waring Herrick. Soviet Naval Doctrine and Policy, Vol. 3 1956-1986 (Studies in Russian. Robert Waring Herrick.

Robert Herrick sparked years of debate with his ground-breaking first book, Soviet Naval Strategy, published in 1968 by the Naval Institute Press

Robert Herrick sparked years of debate with his ground-breaking first book, Soviet Naval Strategy, published in 1968 by the Naval Institute Press. Now he applies the widely discussed theories of sea control and sea denial to the period between 1917.

Dr. Herrick shows in this detailed book the arguments with which Admiral Gorshkov managed to change the Soviet Navy from the coastal force coastal mind-set that he inherited to the ocean-going fleet with, perhaps, an ocean-going mentality that he handed over to his successor. More important than the ships, aircraft, their sensors and weapons, was the navy's new wartime mission: no longer confined to providing support directly to the army, it was also to dispute and deny to the United States and its allies the use of the seaward approaches to the Soviet Union.
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