By James Forsyth
This can be the 1st ethnohistory of Siberia to seem in English, and offers to an anglophone viewers an unlimited corpus of formerly inaccessible ethnographic and linguistic fabric. It covers from the early historical past of Siberia after the Russian conquest to collectivization and conscription in the course of global battle II and to the Nineteen Eighties flow ror local rights. during this, the 1st great "post-Glasnost" account to seem, James Forsyth compares the Siberian event with that of Indians and Eskimos in North the US.
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15- Reinhardt, P- 75. 16- Included were the 10th, 26th, 57th (later 28th), 39th, 58th, 59th, 60th, 61st, 1st Shock, 20th, and 24th; Rotundo, "Soviet Reserves," p. 25. 17- F. Golikov, "Rezervnaia Armiia Gotovitsia K zashite Stolits," VIZh 8, No. 5 (May 1966), pp. 67-76; Reinhardt, p. 201. 18. Vladimir Sevruk, compiler, Moscow-Stalingrad, 1941-1942 (Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1974), p. 42; Erickson, Stalingrad, pp. 239-40. 19. Kazakov, "Sozdanie," p. 49; the Stavka reserve peaked in December, as shown here: Armies Oct.
Louis C. : PergamonBrassey's, 1989), p. 6. 36. FHO, CGR, H 3/1039, August 2, 1942, Roll 580, Frame 927. 37. Burkhart Muller-Hillebrand, Das Heer 1933-1945 (Frankfurt am Main: E. S. Mittler & Sohn, 1959-1969), Vol. 3, p. 108. 38. FHO, CGR, H 3/78, March 11, 1945, Roll 550, Frame 13. IVOVSS (German), VI, p. 230. Numbers of rifle brigades was determined by a survey of unit histories in the database. 39. Georgi K. Zhukov, Marshal Zhukov 's Greatest Battles (New York: Harper & Row, 1969), pp. 217-18, 490-91.
In the third stage, with no surplus in the civilian economy, the government had to set priorities, balancing the needs of industry and the army. In the fourth stage the military appropriated workers from essential weapons production. 3 The Soviet Union was already in the second stage in June 1941; there were few unemployed or underemployed workers. In 1942 the position moved to the third stage, where priority decisions had to be made concerning the labor force. However, when the Russians moved to the fourth stage late in 1942, taking men from war industries, military production did not suffer because women and children replaced the men.
A History of the Peoples of Siberia: Russia's North Asian Colony 1581-1990 by James Forsyth