Table of contents for Colossus reborn : the Red Army at war : 1941-1943 / David M. Glantz.

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Contents
List of Figures, Maps, and Illustrations
Preface
Part I. The Red Army at War
1. The First Period of the War, 22 June 1941-18 November 1942			 2
The Summer-Fall Campaign, June-December 1941				 6
The Winter Campaign, December 1941-April 1942				 23
The Summer-Fall Campaign, May-November 1942				 35
2. The Second Period of the War, 1943						 61
The Winter Campaign, November 1942-April 1943				 61
The Summer-Fall Campaign, June-December 1943				 79
3. Soviet Military Art									 108
Military Strategy								 108
Strategic Defensive Operations						 118
Strategic Offensive Operations						 140
Strategic Reserves								 163
Operational Art								 169
Tactics										 192
Part II. The Force
4. Strength and Major Components							 249
The Armed Forces								 249
The Field Forces								 255
PVO Strany (National Air Defense Forces)					 269
The Stavka Reserve								 272
Military Districts and Non-Operating Fronts					 277
5. The Shadow Army - NKVD Forces						 287
NKVD Force Missions and Size						 287
NKVD Force Structure in 1941						 290
The Wartime Evolution of NKVD Forces					 298
6. Rifle and Airborne Forces								 327
Rifle Forces									 328
Airborne Forces								 341
Operating Strengths								 344
Infantry (Rifle) Weaponry							 348
7. Tank, Mechanized, and Cavalry Forces						 385
Tank and Mechanized Forces							 389
Cavalry Forces								 420
Operating Strengths								 426
Armored Vehicles and Trucks						 434
8. Artillery and Air Forces								 512
Artillery									 512
Air Forces									 554
Artillery and Aircraft								 567
9. Engineer, Signal, Chemical, Railroad, Auto-Transport and Road, and Construction Forces											 606
Engineer (Sapper) Forces							 606
Signal Forces									 623
Chemical Forces								 630
Railroad Forces								 636
Auto-Transport and Road Construction and Repair Forces			 639
Construction Troops								 644
Engineer, Signal, and Chemical Weapons					 650
Part III. The Leaders and the Led
10. Strategic Leadership and Control Organs						 677
Strategic Leadership								 677
Control Organs								 692
Personalities									 703
11. Central Military Administration							 748
The People's Commissariat of Defense (NKO)				 748
The Internal Security Forces (NKVD)					 820
The Red Army General Staff (GShKA)					 823
12. The Officer Corps and Command Cadre						 898
From Crisis to Recovery							 898
Command Cadre								 914
Main Direction Commanders						 918
Front Commanders							 922
Army Commanders							 958
Mobile Corps Commander						 974
Tank Army Commanders						 991
Engineer, Artillery, and Air Defense (PVO) Commanders		1002
Aviation (Air Army and Corps) Commanders			1370
13. The Red Army Soldier								1040
Conscription									1040
Ethnicity (Non-Slavic Soldiers)						1059
Women in the Red Army							1064
The Soldier's Life								1070
Order and Discipline								1087
Motivation and Morale							1116
Conclusions									1126
14. Conclusions								1186-1217
Notes
Selected Bibliography									1639
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Soviet Union. Raboche-Krest§ëiìanskëaìia Krasnëaìia Armiëiìa -- History -- World War, 1939-1945.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Eastern Front.
Soviet Union -- History, Military.