1 edition of Soviet aviation. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||TL526.R9 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. incl. plates, ports. (3 mounted)|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||41020890|
Most histories of Soviet cinema portray the s as a period of stagnation with the gradual decline of the film industry. This book, however, examines Soviet film and television of the era as mature industries articulating diverse cultural values via. He is the biographer of A&AEE and Fairey test pilot Duncan Menzies. His book on the Fairey Flycatcher is due out imminently. More on the Yak in The ten worst carrier aircraft. 2. Sukhoi Su-2 ‘A Soviet Battle’ The rather unassuming Su-2 is historically significant in being the first creation of Pavel Sukhoi. The Su-2, both by design and.
Overall, this is an excellent book on Soviet strategic aviation, one which forms a great counterpart to the many books out there on the US Strategic Air Command. -Internet Modeler, reviewed by Chris Banyai-Riepl, September Soviet Strategic Aviation in Cold War. Read More. Customer Reviews. Related : Hikoki Publications. The Soviets began a massive “aerofication” campaign and sought to copy America’s transcontinental air transport system, Palmer writes in his book on Soviet aviation. Between and the number of aircraft produced annually quadrupled, to around 2,
For the first time an attempt has been made to assess the influence of the deliveries of material and equipment upon the Soviet aviation industry and war effort. The author’s impressive text is supported by nearly colour and b/w photographs, colour aircraft profiles, plus maps, charts etc. OKB Sukhoi: A History of the Design Bureau and Its Aircraft by Vladimir Antonov, et al Covers Su/32/35/37 Book Description: The famous Russian soviet aircraft design bureau is thoroughly documented in this book, which has been prepared with the cooperation of the Sukhoi bureau and with extensive access to their records and photo files. Each individual aircraft type is reviewed in detail.
The book wraps up with Chapter 9 - Lend-Lease and the Soviet Aviation Industry, Chapter 10 - Relations with the Allies in Aviation Engine Building, and Chapter 11 - The End of Lend Lease.
There are numerous rare and interesting photographs of many if not all of the aircraft discussed in Chapters 7 and /5(8). In the sub-genre of Soviet Naval Aviation—the AVMF—this book is most definitely a solid jumping off point.
Where most books on Soviet Soviet aviation. book are rough translations of previously published Russian and former Eastern Bloc origin or by Western authors without detailed access, this is the work of long-time Russian aviation enthusiasts and a /5(20).
The book is filled with many photos of various aircraft used by the Soviets during the era of the Cold War. In particular, the book focuses on planes of the Tactical Aviation Soviet aviation. book of the Soviet Air Force (fighters, fighter/bombers, ground attack, interceptors, etc)/5(7).
Overall, the book is a recommended read covering a subject of Soviet Aviation during the cold war that was even more closed to the public, provides a glimpse into the operations, structure, organizational relationship, aircraft development, as well as giving the reader a /5(13).
Dmitriy Komissarov is a respected authority on Russian and Soviet aviation. He works in the publishing industry and lives in Moscow. Yefim Gordon is one of Russia's leading aviation writers and publishers. He is the author of many books on Soviet aviation and currently lives in Moscow/5(15).
Some Highlights of the Aviation Museum. Aircraft in this unique collection of Soviet aircraft from the cold war include the massive MI-6 Hook Soviet heavy transport helicopter. This helicopter has wings to assist its giant jet engines whilst cruising.
There are some early jet fighters including the Korean and Vietnam War MIG and MIG and the more modern MIG, MiIG and MIG The Soviet Air Forces (Russian: Военно-воздушные силы, tr. Voyenno-Vozdushnye Sily (VVS), literally "Military Air Forces") was the official designation of one of the air forces of the Soviet other was the Soviet Air Defence Air Forces were formed from components of the Imperial Russian Air Service inand faced their greatest test during World War II.
"Night Witches" (German: die Nachthexen; Russian: Ночные ведьмы, Nochnyye Vedmy) was a World War II German nickname for the all female military aviators of the th Night Bomber Regiment, known later as the 46th "Taman" Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment, of the Soviet Air women were initially barred from combat, Major Marina Raskova used her position and personal.
The Soviet Navy included the Naval Aviation, Naval Infantry, and the Coastal Artillery. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union inthe Russian Federation inherited the largest part of the Soviet Navy and reformed it into the Russian Navy, with smaller parts becoming the basis for navies of the newly independent post-Soviet states.
Aviation Book Series. Red Star. The Red Star series focuses on Soviet/Russian and Ukrainian aircraft types, and is meticulously researched and highly illustrated. Some titles concentrate on in-depth coverage a single aircraft type, while others cover several types linked by a common theme.
Genre/Form: Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Soviet aviation. Moscow, Leningrad, State Art Publishers, (OCoLC) COVID Resources.
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This list of Russian and Soviet aviators includes the noteworthy aviators of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian majority of pilots listed here served in the Imperial Russian Air Force, the Soviet Air Force or the modern Russian Air Force (or continue to serve in the latter).
The aircrew members listed below either committed notable feats in aviation, held. A seemingly innocent book about a traveller stuck on a deserted island, nevertheless this book made the list of foreign books unwelcome in the USSR.
The main fault of Robinson Crusoe is the idea that one man can carry out so many heroic acts. In the views of the Soviet government, history is made by a collective effort, not by the acts of.
Lend-Lease and Soviet Aviation in the Second World War by Vladimir Kotelnikov,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Books. Aviation. Civil Aviation; General Aviation & Helicopters; Military Aviation Bi-Plane Era ; Military Aviation Piston Era ; Military Aviation Jet Era to Present Day; Modelling.
Aviation Modelling; Military Modelling; General Modelling; Military. Military Pre; Military to Present Day; Naval. Naval Pre LEND-LEASE AND SOVIET AVIATION IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR.
Seventy years have passed since the Second World War yet the books and articles still keep coming in a never-ending stream discussing the question of what role the deliveries of arms and materials by Soviet allies played in the victory of the Red Army.
Up for auction is an original vintage Soviet Aviation hardbound book published in by Alexander Rodchenko. This is a 1st edition and was published by State Art Publishers in Moscow and Leningrad for the New York World's Fair. Very rare book to find. Has pages of great text and photos.
Larger scale and tons of great date: As the result of his work he published several hundred articles and dozens of books in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, UK, France, Germany, Spain, and US, among them - Lend-Lease and Soviet Aviation, Americans in Russia, Russian Piston Aero Engines, Early Russian Jet Engines, Air War Over Khalkhin Gol, Le Petlyakov Pe-2 and : Naval Russian Soviet Illustrated Book.
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Thanks to the thick fog of secrecy that enveloped it throughout the Cold War, it has long inspired the fascination of analysts and enthusiasts in the West; until the collapse of the USSR indetails of Soviet aircraft were often a matter of conjecture.OCLC Number: Notes: "RPR." "A report prepared for United States Air Force Project Rand." "Contract no.
FC"--Page  of cover. Book Summary: The title of this book is Soviet Air Defence Aviation and it was written by Yefim Gordon, Dmitry Komissarov. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Hikoki Publications and has a total of pages in the.