Item Military forces in transition 1991 - Military forces in transition, 1991

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Military forces in transition 1991

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Military forces in transition, 1991

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  • 1991-01-01 (Creation)

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65 pages

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A published report on the military situation and the military forces of the Soviet Union and former soviet republics during the considerable political upheavel of 1991. With a Preface by Dick Cheney, US Secretary of Defense.

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