Russian Aviation and Air Power in the Twentieth Century

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Robin Higham, John T. Greenwood, Von Hardesty
Psychology Press, 1998 - 320 sider
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In 1977, Robin Higham and Jacob Kipp edited Soviet Aviation and Air Power, the first comprehensive study of Russian aviation. This new volume brings together both new editors and new contributors, to take a fresh look at Russian and Soviet aviation in the twentieth century. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990, new archives have become available as well as new perspectives, and all the contributors to this new volume have based their research on newly available material. While some chapters update those in the 1977 work, most break new ground, such as those dealing with the aircraft industry, the designers, and Soviet Air combat on the periphery.
 

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Early Flight in Russia
18
A twoman crew Pe2 inscribed Forward to the West
22
From Chaos to the Eve of the Great Patriotic War
37
Between pages 50 and 51
50
Artem I Mikoyan famed Soviet aircraft designer
50
Yak3 fighter flown by French volunteers
50
Soviet Frontal Aviation during the Great Patriotic War
62
LendLease Douglas C47s and Sovietbuilt licensed copies of the
80
A S Yakovlev and S I Ilyushin seated below picture of Stalin in 1945
146
The I162 went into Aeroflot longrange service in 1967
146
Their Design Bureaux and Aircraft
162
The Defense of Russian Aerospace
191
The Soviet Air Force
208
Civil Aviation in the Soviet
236
Epilogue
269
Index
299

Aviation and the Transformation of CombinedArms
91
Russian and Soviet Naval Aviation 190896
108
The Aviation Industry 191797
126
The Russians latest fighter plane the Sukhoi35 at the Berlin
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