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Soviet Order of Battle WWII: "Red Legions" Soviet Rifle Divisions Formed up to 22 June 1941 v. 8 Paperback – 1 Aug 2005
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"Soviet Order of Battle WWII" is a military manual.
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Excellent research material
on 18 August 2007 - Published on Amazon.com
This work has been a central component of my research of the Red Army during the Great Patriotic War. Sharp provided me with precisely what I was looking for: a list and thumbnail history of Red Army units from brigade to army which existed during the fight with Nazi Germany. While another source, The Red Army Handbook by Zaloga and Ness, provided me with unit organizations and equipment specs, Sharp's work gave me some idea of how much or little of the specified equipment/men were actually available to each unit. On paper, the Red Army should have triumphed in 1941. Sharp provides us with one of the reasons why that didn't happen. Sharp's work is comparable in look, feel and content to others published by George Nafziger which include German, Italian and Rumanian orders of battle in WWII.