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A Bibliography of Sources

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The Soviet War Machine, edited by Ray Bonds; consultant: Air Vice-Marshal Stewart Menaul; Salamander Books; London; 1980; 249 p.; ISBN 0861010523.

Soviet Military Strategy in Europe, by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.; Pergamon Press; New York; 1980; 238 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0080237029.

Conventional War and Escalation: The Soviet View, by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr. & Amoretta M. Hoeber; Crane, Russak; New York; 1981; 63 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0844813907.

The Nuclear Revolution in Soviet Military Affairs, translated and edited by William R. Kintner and Harriet Fast Scott; University of Oklahoma Press; Norman, OK; 1968; 420 p.

Soviet Strategy in the Nuclear Age, by Raymond L. Garthoff; Praeger; New York; 1962; 301p.

Soviet Military Thinking, edited by Derek Leebaert; Allen & Unwin; London & Boston; 1981; 300 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0043550142.; ISBN/ISSN 0043550169.

Soviet Military Strategy, edited by Marshall of the Soviet Union V. D. Sokolovski; translated by Herbert S. Dinerstein, Leon Goure, & Thomas W. Wolfe; RAND; Santa Monica CA; 1963; 544 p.

War and the Soviet Union: Nuclear Weapons and the Revolution in Soviet Military and Political Thinking, by Herbert S. Dinerstein; Praeger; New York & London; Revised Ed.; 1962; 268 p.

Soviet Military Policy Since World War II, by William T. Lee & Richard F. Staar; Hoover Institution Press; Stanford University; 1986; 263 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0817983015.

The Antagonists: A Comparative Combat Assessment of the Soviet and American Soldier, by Richard A. Gabriel; Greenwood Press; Westport, CT; 1984; 208 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0313231273.

The Soviet Theater Nuclear Offensive, prepared for Office of Director of Defense Research and Engineering and for Defense Nuclear Agency by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.; U.S. Govt. Printing Office; Washington, D.C.; 1976; 127 p.

Soviet Land Power, by Mark L. Urban; Ian Allan Ltd.; London; 1985; 120 p.; ISBN 0711014426.

Conventional War and Escalation: The Soviet View, by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr. and Amoretta M. Hoeber; Crane, Russak; New York; 1981; 63 p; ISBN/ISSN 0844813907.

The Nuclear Revolution in Soviet Military Affairs, translated and edited by William R. Kintner and Harriet Fast Scott; University of Oklahoma Press; Norman, OK; 1968; 420 p.

Arsenal for Aggression: Armored Vehicles of the Warsaw Pact, by Robert Michulec; Concord Publications (# 2017); Hong Kong; 1994; 88 p.; ISBN 9623619170.

Sizing up the Soviet Army, by Jeffrey Record; Brookings Institution; Washington, D.C.; 1975; 51 p.; ISBN 0815773676.

The Soviet Image of Future War, by Raymond L. Garthoff; Public Affairs Press; Washington, D.C.; 1959; 137 p.

Soviet Military Power and Performance, edited by John Erickson and E. J. Feuchtwanger; Archon Books; Hamden, CT; 1979; 219 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0208017798.

The Scud and Other Russian Ballistic Missile Vehicles, by Steven Zaloga; Concord Publications (# 7037); Hong Kong; 2000; 72p.; ISBN 9623616759.

Warsaw Pact Ground Forces, by Gordon Rottman; Oxford; Osprey Elite #10; 1987; 64 p.; ISBN 0850457300.

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The Cold War U.S. Army: Building Deterrence for Limited War, by Ingo Trauschweizer; University of Kansas Press; Lawrence, Kansas; 2008; 416 p.; ISBN 978-0-7006-1578-0.

Nuclear Forces in Europe: Enduring Dilemmas, Present Prospects, by Leon V. Sigal; Brookings Institution; Washington, D.C.; 1984; 181 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0815779046 & ISBN/ISSN 0815779038.

The Evolution of U.S. Army Nuclear Doctrine, 1945-1980, by John P. Rose; Westview Press; Boulder, CO; 1980; 252 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0865310297.

Strategic Geography: NATO, the Warsaw Pact, and the Superpowers, by Hugh Faringdon; Routledge; London & New York; 1989; 435 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0415009804.

Dropshot: The United States Plan for War with the Soviet Union in 1957, edited by Anthony Cave Brown; Dial Press; New York; 1978; 330 p.; ISBN/ISSN 080372148X.

From Superiority to Parity: The United States and the Strategic Arms Race, 1961-1971, by Harland B. Moulton; Greenwood Press; Westport, CT; 1973; 333 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0837158222.

Tank War - Central Front NATO vs. Warsaw Pact, by Steven J. Zaloga; Osprey Elite #26; Oxford; 1989; 64 p.; ISBN 0850459044.

U.S. Ground Forces and the Defense of Central Europe, by William P. Mako; Brookings Institution; Washington, D.C.; 1983; 137 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0815754434.

From Active Defense to Air-Land Battle: The Development of Army Doctrine, 1973-1982, by John L. Romjue; Historical Office, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command: Fort Monroe, VA; 1984; 129 p. ISBN COMING.

Bases Abroad: The Global Foreign Military Presence
, by Robert E. Harkavy; Oxford University Press; New York; 1989; 389p.; ISBN 0198291310.

American and Soviet Military Trends since the Cuban Missile Crisis, by John M. Collins; Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C.; distributed by Transaction Books; 1978; 496 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0892060026 & ISBN/ISSN 0892060034.

American Cold War Strategy: Interpreting NSC 68, edited by Ernest R. May; Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press; Boston, MA; 1993; 228 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0312094450 & ISBN/ISSN 0312066376.

American Defense Policy from Eisenhower to Kennedy: The Politics of Changing Military Requirements, 1957-1961, by Richard A. Aliano; Ohio University Press; Athens, OH; 1975; 309 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0821401815.

The Nuclear Question: The United States and Nuclear Weapons, 1946-1976, by Michael Mandelbaum; Cambridge University Press; Cambridge & New York; 1979; 277 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0521226813 & ISBN/ISSN 0521296145.

NATO without France: A Strategic Appraisal, by Carl H. Amme, Jr.; Hoover Institution; Stanford University; 1967; 195 p.

The Origins of U.S. Nuclear Strategy, 1945-1953, by Samuel R.Williamson, Jr. & Steven L. Rearden; St. Martin's Press; New York; 1993; 224 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0312089643.

Reserve Forces and the Kennedy Strategy, by George Fielding Eliot; Stackpole Co; Harrisburg, PA; 1962; 77 p.

Soldiers, Statesmen, and Cold War Crises, by Richard K. Betts; Harvard University Press; Cambridge, MA; 1977; 292 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0674817419.

Strategic Implications of the All Volunteer Force: The Conventional Defense of Central Europe, by Kenneth J. Coffey; University of North Carolina Press; Chapel Hill, NC; 1979; 210 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0807840572 & ISBN/ISSN 0807814032.

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