THE BEAR THAT WALKS LIKE A MAN by Stanley J. Marks

THE BEAR THAT WALKS LIKE A MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A study of Russia from the last war to this in enthusiastic terms. The revolution and attempts at intervention by the Allies until the open rupture with the U.S.S.R.; years of hibernation, during the appeasement period; the pact with Germany, a play for time; finally war, and an analysis of the Soviet army and navy, of training, tactics, equipment, economic strength, and guerilla warfare. One cannot help but question his free use of figures, when other authorities have halted at statistics. He is inclined towards sweeping statements, which further make his material suspect. Adequate, I should say, as a resume, but otherwise there's little to offer.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1943
Publisher: Dorrance & Co.