Understanding the Soviet Navy is not easy.
Understanding the Soviet Navy is not easy. This book does the job by understanding the Soviet way of life and how they think and not by translation of Soviet military articles released to the west like most other authors base their understanding of Soviet tactics on. The author does a great job explaining how they think, how they act and how they come up with their decisions. Outdated but invaluable if you are into Soviet military, specially the Soviet Navy.
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Robert Guy Bathurst (born 22 February 1957) is an English actor. Bathurst was born in the Gold Coast in 1957, where his father was working as a management consultant. In 1959 his family moved to Ballybrack, Dublin, Ireland and Bathurst attended school in Killiney and later was enrolled at an Anglican boarding school. In 1966, the family moved to England and Bathurst transferred to Worth School in Sussex, where he took up amateur dramatics.