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The war behind the Eastern Front : the Soviet partisan movement in North-West Russia, 1941-1944 / Alexander Hill.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D802.S75 H55 2005

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    Series
    Cass series on the Soviet (Russian) study of war, 18
    Cass series on the Soviet (Russian) study of war ; 18.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Hill, Alexander, 1974-
    Published
    London ; New York : Frank Cass, 2005
    Locale
    Soviet Union, Northwestern
    Soviet Union
    Contents
    The Soviet partisan movement and German occupation policy in Western, Soviet and post-Soviet writing
    The case study area : the rear areas of Army Group North
    Soviet and German preparations for occupation and resistance
    The establishment and nature of German military government
    The fledgling partisan movement
    Who was winning the partisan war during 1941? : the military effectiveness of the partisan movement
    Life under German military government c. December 1941 : spring/summer 1943
    German 'anti-partisan' warfare and the civilian population
    The Soviet partisan movement comes of age
    The suppression of the adolescent partisan movement : partisan losses, the fragmentation of units and forced withdrawal to Soviet lines
    Evacuation, scorched earth, and the emergence of a 'vsenarodnoe' partisan movement
    Conclusion : German brutality, the changing fortunes of the partisan movement and the partisan movement in the general context of the Soviet war effort.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-189) and index.
    The Soviet partisan movement and German occupation policy in Western, Soviet and post-Soviet writing -- The case study area : the rear areas of Army Group North -- Soviet and German preparations for occupation and resistance -- The establishment and nature of German military government -- The fledgling partisan movement -- Who was winning the partisan war during 1941? : the military effectiveness of the partisan movement -- Life under German military government c. December 1941 : spring/summer 1943 -- German 'anti-partisan' warfare and the civilian population -- The Soviet partisan movement comes of age -- The suppression of the adolescent partisan movement : partisan losses, the fragmentation of units and forced withdrawal to Soviet lines -- Evacuation, scorched earth, and the emergence of a 'vsenarodnoe' partisan movement -- Conclusion : German brutality, the changing fortunes of the partisan movement and the partisan movement in the general context of the Soviet war effort.

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    Language
    English
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    ISBN
    0714657115
    Physical Description
    xxv, 195 p. : ill., 1 map ; 24 cm.

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