Cover: Political vulnerability of Moscow : a case study of the October 1941 attack

Political vulnerability of Moscow : a case study of the October 1941 attack

Published 1952

by Leon Goure, Herbert S. Dinerstein

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An attempt to describe how the Soviet central administration and the population of Moscow reacted to the almost-successful German attack on the city in the fall of 1941.

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