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Norman Polmar • 10 Items / 9 Books, 1 Review
Soviet Naval Power (1975)
Challenge for the 1970s
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Published Reviews
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    If Russia Rules the Waves? (Review)
    Soviet Naval Power, by Norman Polmar
    1. Soviet Naval Power by Norman Polmar
    Modern Age, Spring 1976, pp. 230-232
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    Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (7 Reviews)
    The Jews in Russia, by Gerard Israel
    1. The Jews in Russia by Gerard Israel
    2. Silk Glove Hegemony by John Peter Vloyantes
    3. Soviet and Chinese Influence in the Third World by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
    4. Soviet-Middle East Relations by Charles B. McLane
    5. Soviet Naval Power by Norman Polmar
    6. Soviet Strategy, Soviet Foreign Policy by C.G. Jacobsen
    7. The Ukraine in the United Nations Organization by Konstantyn Sawczuk
    Orbis, Fall 1975, p. 1190
  3. Books
    The Soviet Navy (13 Reviews)
    Ships and Strategy
    1. Soviet Warships of the Second World War by Jurg Meister
    2. Guide to the Soviet Navy by Siegfried Breyer and Norman Polmar
    3. Soviet Naval Policy by Michael MccGwire, Ken Booth, and John McDonnell
    4. Soviet Naval Influence by Michael MccGwire and John McDonnell
    5. The Soviet Navy Today by John Evelyn Moore
    6. Soviet Naval Strategy by Robert Waring Herrick
    7. Russia Looks to the Sea by David Fairhall
    8. The Soviet Sea Challenge by Ernest McNeill Eller
    9. The Changing Soviet Navy by Barry M. Blechman
    10. Soviet Naval Power by Norman Polmar
    11. A History of Russian and Soviet Sea Power by Donald W. Mitchell
    12. Red Star Rising at Sea by Sergei G. Gorshkov
    13. The Sea Power of the State by Sergei G. Gorshkov
    Problems of Communism, January 1978, pp. 51-58