The Red Army Today

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The Red Army Today

By Colonel Louis B. Ely
Military Service Publishing Co., 1949
256 pp. $3.50

Using such information as is available, Colonel Ely tries to evaluate Soviet armed might and to guess at the manner in which it might be used against us. By way of demonstrating the latter he rehearses two hypothetical Russian invasions--one of Western Europe and the other of the Middle East and North Africa--but assumes that neither side will use atomic weapons.

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