8 edition of Soviet defence industry found in the catalog.
|Series||Chatham House papers, Chatham House papers (Unnumbered)|
|Contributions||Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HD9743.S672 C66 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||91039922|
The Minister of Defence of the Soviet Union refers to the head of the Ministry of Defence who was responsible for defence of the communist Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic from to and the Soviet Union from to First holder: Council on War and Navy Affairs. The Russian defence industry was mainly developed to meet the demand of the Soviet armed forces and WTO allies. After the end of the cold war the dramatic reduction in orders for equipment from the Russian Ministry of Defence created a crisis in the defence industry and dependence on exports—previously relatively low—increased dramatically.
The first five-year plan (Russian: I пятилетний план, первая пятилетка) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was a list of economic goals, created by Communist Party General Secretary Joseph Stalin, based on his policy of Socialism in One plan was implemented in and took effect until The Soviet Union entered a series of five-year. Defence industries in Russia and China: players and strategies array of defence technologies and arms industries. At the same time, however, the USSR’s bloated defence sector is one of the factors that provoked the collapse of the Soviet economy, the political system, and ultimately the Soviet state itself. Yet, inFile Size: 1MB.
This book concludes The Industrialisation of Soviet Russia, an authoritative account of the Soviet Union’s industrial transformation between and The volume before this one covered the ‘good years’ (in economic terms) of to The present volume has a darker tone: beginning from the Great Terror, it ends with the Hitler-Stalin pact and the outbreak of World . The Main Military Council, the Ministry of Defense, and the General Staff were strictly military organizations. The Defense Council, which in the s was chaired by the general secretary of the CPSU, was in overall control of the defense industry. The Soviet Constitution states that the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet forms the Defense Council.
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Soviet Military Industry Overview. The Soviet scientific and technological establishment consisted of a variety of organizations engaged in the research, development, and production of new. History. It was originally established on 8 December as the People's Commissariat of Defence Industry of the USSR on the basis of the People's Commissariat of Heavy Industry of the USSR.
On 11 Januarya decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR divided the People's Commissariat of Defence Industry of into four departments: the People's.
The Soviet Air Defence Forces (Russian: войска ПВО, voyska protivovozdushnoy oborony, voyska PVO, V-PVO, lit. Anti-Air Defence Troops; and formerly protivovozdushnaya oborona strany, PVO strany, -Air Defence of the Nation) was the air defence branch of the Soviet Armed init continued being a service branch of the Russian Armed Soviet defence industry book.
2 See J. Barber and M. Harrison, The Soviet Home Front, a Social and Economic History of the USSR in World War II (London, ), pp. 3 J. Cooper, The Soviet Defence Industry: Conversion and Reform (London, ), p.
Size: KB. The Soviet Defence Industry Complex from Stalin to Krushchev. Editors: Barber, J., Harrison, M. (Eds.) this book is a pioneering investigation of the economic dynamics and social and political significance of Soviet defence.
Show all. About the authors. R.W. DAVIES Emeritus Professor, Russian Economic Studies, University of Birmingham. In his careful study of Soviet military literature, M.V.
Boetticher, Industrielisierungspolitik und Verteidigungskonzeption der UdSSR, – (Düsseldorf, ) argues that the military stressed the importance for defence both of heavy industry and of the supply of food, fodder and horses from a stable agriculture.
He claims that there was no ‘rational justification, from the Author: R. Davies. About this book Introduction Based on collaborative research by Russian and British scholars in the hitherto secret archives of the Soviet government, party, and armed forces, this book is a pioneering investigation of the economic dynamics and social and political significance of.
Taschenbuch. Neuware - The Urals are best known as the boundary between Europe and Asia. A History of the Urals demonstrates the region's importance in its own right, as a crucible of Russia's defence industry in particular. In the first English-language book to explore the subject fully, Paul Dukes examines the region's contribution to the power of the state in tsarist, Soviet.
SOVIET INDUSTRY AND THE RED ARMY UNDER STALIN: A MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX?* Introduction In recent years it has been hard to pick up a book or article written in any language about Soviet defence without finding reference to the Soviet military-industrial complex. But the term is typically used in two or three quite different ways.
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The Soviet Defence Industry Complex from Stalin to Krushchev (Studies in Russian and East European History and Society)Format: Hardcover. Soviet Air Defence details the IA PVO's order of battle, aircraft types, and accounts of specific intercepts and incidents and is illustrated with more than black/white and color photos and color profiles, producing a wealth of information for the aviation historian and enthusiast alike/5(12).
Get this from a library. Soviet defence industry reform: the problems of conversion in an unconverted economy.
[Karen Ballentine; Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security.]. The Soviet Economy and the Approach of War, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Dexter, K, and I Rodionov (), “The Factories, Research and Design Establishments of the Soviet Defence Industry: A Guide: Ver. 18”, University of Warwick, Department of Economics. Goskomstat Rossii (), Naselenie Rossii za let (). In this book Mark Harrison rebuilds and analyses the Soviet economy's wartime statistical record, examining its prewar size and composition, and wartime changes in GNP, employment, the defence burden, and the role of foreign aid.
Complementing classic long-run growth studies, the book compares the Soviet experience with that of other great powers. The Soviet Defence-Industry Complex from Stalin to Khrushchev | John Barber, Mark Harrison (eds.) | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. Get this from a library. The Soviet defence industry: conversion and reform. [Julian Cooper; Royal Institute of International Affairs.] -- Reviews the changes in the Soviet defence industry since perestroika, and how they are complicated by economic uncertainty and the new political assertiveness of many republics.
Discusses the. The Russian Federation inherited the largest and most productive share of the former Soviet defense industry, employing as many as 9 million workers.
By studying Soviet legal practices, we learn about the enforcement of coercive legislation in the USSR. New archival data show how Soviet organs attempted to Author: Donald Filtzer.
: Soviet Air Defence Aviation () by Yefim Gordon; Dmitry Komissarov and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(2). One of the most remarkable projects in the history of any country is the History of Soviet Russia from to in nine volumes (London: Macmillan, –69) begun by Carr, E.
in the s and continued by Davies, R. in his Industrialization of Soviet Russia from to in fourteen volumes (Basingstoke: Macmillan, –); a fifteenth volume up to is in Author: Mark Harrison.
the geography of soviet defence industry Kansas State University 1 Kazuhiro Kumo, ‘Soviet Industrial Location: A Re-examination’, Europe-Asia Studies, 56, 4, What made the defence-industry complex a special part of the Soviet economy? The most obvious way of distinguishing the Soviet defence-industry complex is by its product.
The customer of defence industry was the Soviet armed forces, and the basic product which changed hands among them was ‘the means of destruction’.Economic significance.
Russia's defense industry employs – 3 million people and accounts for 20% of all manufacturing jobs in Russia. Sevmash directly empl people. The combined revenue of the industry's 20 largest companies in was $ billion.
Russian shipbuilders and naval missile manufacturers survived the difficult period of transition from a command to a .