Nomonhan: Japan Against Russia, 1939, المجلدات 1-2

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Stanford University Press, 1990 - 1253 من الصفحات
From May to September 1939 Japan and the Soviet Union fought a fierce, large-scale undeclared war on the Mongolian plains that ended with a decisive Soviet victory with two important results: Japan reoriented its strategic emphasis towards the south, leading to war with the United States, Britain, and the Netherlands; and Russia freed itself from the fear of fighting on two fronts, thus vitally affecting the course of the war with Germany.

 

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The Genesis of the Kwantung Army 190529 I
1
Appendixes
120
Connection
160
I3 Japanese Principals and a Green Division
174
I4 Testing the Border Guidelines May 1939
183
I5 The Trap on the Halha May 1939
209
I6 The Two Faces of Escalation June 1939
251
The Kwantung Armys Unauthorized Air Offensive
266
Notes to Volume 1
593
3I The Road to Disaster
663
Desperate Remedies
690
Tables
696
The Charge of Two Light Brigades
708
The End Nears
743
Debacle
779
The Death of the 23rd Division
818

A Bridge Too Poor
284
The Halha River Crossing
299
O Retreat from the River
323
Foiled by Piano Wire
396
The End of the Yasuoka Detachment
419
Stealth Suspended
473
Trying It with Big Guns
490
Komatsubaras Last Push Toward the River
522
Digging In
549
Zhukovs Masterpiece August 1939
572
Maps
588
Winding Down a Small War
842
Stilling the Guns
879
The Price 91 4
914
Maps
921
4O The Punishment
952
The Lessons and Applications of Nomonhan
991
To the Demise of the Kwantung Army Io93
1033
AttachedUnit Roster of Main Officers Nomonhan 1939 I I I I
1111
I 131
1131
Notes to Volume 2
1133
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