2 edition of Soviets in the Arctic found in the catalog.
Soviets in the Arctic
Timothy Andrew Taracouzio
|Statement||by T.A. Taracouzio, Ph.D.|
|Contributions||Harvard University. Bureau of International Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv p., 1 l., 563,  p. incl. tables. 7 maps (1 fold., in pocket)|
|Number of Pages||563|
The Soviet Union's Deadly Legacy in the Arctic April 21, By Frank H. Murkowski Sen. Frank H. Murkowski (R) of Alaska is vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Nov 14, · Direct benefits of an ice-free Arctic ocean would include new, more-direct shipping routes between East Asia and Europe, while, by his overly optimistic calculations, sea-level rise would be modest, even with the melting of the Greenland ice cap. Yet such climatic changes elsewhere were of little concern to the Soviets/5(2).
In Arctic Mirrors, a vividly rendered history of circumpolar peoples in the Russian empire and the Russian mind, Yuri Slezkine offers the first in-depth interpretation of this relationship. No other book in any language links the history of a colonized non-Russian people to . Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective; In each issue of Origins, an academic expert will analyze a particular current issue – political, cultural, or social – in a larger, deeper context. In addition to the analysis provided by each month’s feature, Origins will also include images, maps, graphs and other material to complement the essay.
In a follow-up interview published in the Wall Street Journal on 12 January, Secretary Spencer expanded on his CNAS remarks: “A Navy warship will sail through Arctic waters in coming months on what is known as a freedom of navigation operation, or FONOP, said Navy Secretary Richard Spencer.” Spencer also discussed plans to “station resources” at the defunct military base in Adak. "The Arctic is an important naval and maritime area for the Soviets, beyond ballistic missile submarines. The Northern Fleet is the largest of the four Soviet fleets. In addition to 65% of the Soviet Navy's SSBNs, some 50% of the Soviet general-purpose submarines and 27% of major surface combatants are assigned to the Northern Fleet.
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A very important book as a source of information about actual records of Soviet activities in the Arctic, but frightfully dull, unnecessarily dull, reading. THE SOVIETS INVADE THE ARCTIC; A Book That Draws a Vivid Picture of Enterprise in the North 40, AGAINST THE ARCTIC. By H. Smolka. Illustrated.
Jul 14, · World War II in the Arctic: The History of the Aleutian Islands Campaign and Nazi Germany's Arctic Invasion of the Soviet Union [Charles River Editors] on loveletterstotoledo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
*Includes pictures *Includes soldiers' accounts of the fighting *Includes a bibliography for further reading In the warm predawn darkness of June /5(8). The Soviet Arctic is the first book to consider Soviet policy in this area from an historian's point of view. Horensma assesses the importance of historic legacies to current Soviet Arctic policy.
Soviets in the Arctic; an historical, economic and political study of the Soviet advance into the Arctic. Soviets in the Arctic book A Taracouzio; Soviet Union.; Bureau of International Research. Oct 30, · The station, which was set up by the Soviets inis located in one of Antarctica’s few mild regions — where winter temperatures hover around a balmy 15 degrees.
A painstaking "Historical, Economic and Political Study of the Soviet Advance into the Arctic," with an extensive bibliography, 34 appendices and several maps.
Soviets in the Arctic |. The Russian Arctic between Missionaries and Soviets: The Return of Religion, Double Belief, or Double Identity.
NIKOLAI VAKHTIN Introduction The present article is a revised version of a paper presented at the con-ference State Religion and Folk Belief held in at the University of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Feb 17, · The Siberian gulag novel might be considered a sub-genre of the Arctic novel proper.
In its descriptions of the cruelty and brutality of everyday life in a Soviet-era. The Arctic convoys of World War II were oceangoing convoys which sailed from the United Kingdom, Iceland, and North America to northern ports in the Soviet Union – primarily Arkhangelsk and Murmansk in Russia.
There were 78 convoys between August and Maysailing via several seas of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans, with two gaps with no sailings between July and Septemberand Location: Norwegian Sea and Arctic Ocean.
May 19, · A Soviet Ghost Town in the Arctic Circle, Pyramiden Stands Alone This outpost in the high north looks much as it did when it was abandoned in. Apr 14, · History professor Andy Bruno has a new book out that sheds light on the experiences of Soviets with the Arctic environment.
During a reception celebrating its publication, Bruno will deliver a talk on the book, titled “ The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History ” (Cambridge University Press). Nov 01, · The book covers events around the Soviet offensive late in WWII in the high Arctic at the juncture of Russia, Finland, and Norway.
As one would expect, this was a campaign fought in desolate terrain under arduous conditions/5(8). Aug 15, · “The Soviets have awakened the Chukchi people to cultural and political life,” he wrote, and “regenerated life on the cold land.”.
Explored are the many tales of an ancient race said to have lived in the Arctic regions, such as Thule and Hyperborea. Progressing onward, the book looks at modern polar legends: including the survival of Hitler, German bases in Antarctica, UFOs, the hollow earth.
The story of one intrepid Soviet scientist, his quest to dam the Bering Strait, melt the Arctic and bring prosperity to the Frozen North. Aside from the massive, man-made global warming, what could Author: James Rodger Fleming.
Arctic naval operations of World War II; Soviet shipping resulted in the loss of three former American minesweepers of the Admirable-class transferred to the Soviets under Lend-Lease: T, T and T in addition to the Soviet corvette Brilliant. New York: Crescent loveletterstotoledo.comon: Arctic Circle.
Jul 07, · Bloggers Guide to Arctic Finland book presents briefly the last year history of Arctic Finland, with many vital facts for understanding Finland history from the people of Finland perspective. And not from the foreign imperial-minded invaders such as the Soviet Russians, or Western Imperial minded victors justice.
Get this from a library. The Petsamo-Kirkenes Operation: Soviet breakthrough and pursuit in the Arctic, October [James F Gebhardt] -- In the fall ofsome 56, German troops of the XIX Mountain Corps were occupying a strongpoint line just 70 kilometers northwest of Murmansk, about miles north of the Arctic Circle.
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Battle in the Arctic Sea book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Battle in the Arctic Sea” as Want to Read: War II, tells the tragic tale of a convoy of 33 ships that sailed from Iceland to Russia in an effort to bring the Soviets /5.Jan 01, · From the late s to the mids, print media expended a lot of ink describing the heating up of the Cold War.
What received very little attention was an arena of the Cold War that never heated up: the Canadian Arctic. The imminent threat of another world war, this one nuclear, was taken very seriously by western powers.Jul 02, · But Arctic exploration really took off in the 16th century with attempts to find an Arctic sea passage from the Atlantic that would ease trade with Asia.
British, Dutch, Norwegian, Russian and Danish adventurers spent four centuries attempting to find a route west and east through the seemingly impenetrable ice.