By George Forty
;British military instruction manual: 1939-1945 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: British military instruction manual: 1939-1945Автор: George FortyИздательство: Chancellor PressISBN: 0753703327Год: 2000Страниц: 382Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 73.46МБЯзык: английскийIncluding a sequence of targeted appendices to help the most textual content, this quantity offers a balanced and finished account of the British Army's involvement in global struggle II.Скачать: Depositfiles UploadingHotfile sixty eight
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By the mid-1980s, Soviet troop strength in Afghanistan had risen to 140,000 men. Resistance to the occupation, though fierce, was fragmented and had largely been contained to rural areas. The Soviets were busy building major bases in remote southwestern Afghanistan at Farah and Shindand: their purpose could only be to support a major military thrust into western Pakistan and the Gulf. At Shindand, the Soviets had also set up highly sophisticated electronic warfare systems and mediumrange missiles.
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British Army Handbook: 1939-1945 by George Forty