Table of contents for The last sentry : Valery Sablin and the true hunt for Red October / Gregory D. Young, Nate Braden.

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Foreword by Mikhail Sablin
Introduction: The Parade
1	The Commissar
2	The Cause
3	The Service
4	The Mutiny
5	The Aftermath
6	The Suppression
7	The Legacy
Appendix A:	Roster of Ship's Officers, BPK Storozhevoy, 8 November 1975
Appendix B:	Characteristics of the Krivak I-class Destroyer
Appendix C:	Orientation Concerning an Incident in the Eastern Baltic
Appendix D:	An Active Position
Appendix E:	Valery Sablin's Broadcast to the Soviet People
Appendix F:	Investigation Report to the Minister of Defense, USSR
Appendix G:	Verdict in the Case of Third Rank Captain Valery Sablin and Seaman Alexander Shein
Appendix H:	KGB Report on the Storozhevoy Mutiny, 18 February 1976
Appendix I:	Valery Sablin's Last Letters to His Wife and Son
Glossary of Russian Terms
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mutiny -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- History, Naval -- 20th century.
Soviet Union -- History -- 1953-1985.
Sablin, Valeriĭ Mikhaĭlovich, 1939-1977.
Storozhevoĭ (Ship).