8 edition of Commissars, commanders, and civilian authority found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Timothy J. Colton.|
|Series||Russian Research Center studies ;, 79|
|LC Classifications||JN6520.C58 C64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 365 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||78023342|
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COMMANDERS AND COMMISSARS. The Communist party was ultimately governed by Joseph Stalin, the general secretary of the Central Committee. Known as the “boss” (khozyain) and the “leader” (vozhd), Stalin headed every institution relevant to the war effort from on: the State Committee for Defense, the People’s Commissar for Defense, and the Supreme High Command of the Red Army (the. Canadian Slavonic Papers. An Interdisciplinary Journal Devoted to Central and Eastern Europe. Volume 22 • Number 2 • June
commander courses at Air University. It also serves as a helpful reference guide for commanders in the field, providing general guidance and helping commanders to clarify issues and identify potential problem areas. Disclaimer: As with any publication of secondary authority, this deskbook should not be used as the basis for action on specific. Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority: the Structure of Soviet Military Politics, (Harvard University Press, ). The Dilemma of Reform in the Soviet Union, (Council on Foreign Relations, ). Moscow: Governing the Socialist Metropolis, (Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, ).
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Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority (Russian Research Center Studies)Cited by: Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority and that the commissars and their heirs have operated as allies rather than adversaries of the military commanders.
In explaining the extraordinary stability in army–party relations in terms of overlapping interests rather than controlling mechanisms, Colton offers a major case study and a.
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Colton, Timothy J. Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority The Structure of Soviet Military Politics. Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority with civilian supremacy depending primarily upon the party's control of officers through its organs within the military establishment.
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Automatic works cited and bibliography formatting for MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles. Now supports 7th edition of MLA. 6 Colton's, Timothy Commissars, Commanders and Civilian Authority: The Structure of Soviet Military Politics (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ) is the definitive work on Soviet military politics and the development of the MPA.
Commissars, commanders, and civilian authority: the structure of Soviet military politics. [Timothy J Colton] scholarly book that will no doubt quickly establish itself as the standard work on the role of the Soviet military as a political actor and as an institution.
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Commissars, commanders, and civilian authority: the structure of Soviet military politics. [Timothy J Colton] -- For six decade the Soviet system has been immune to military rebellion and takeover, which often characterizes modernizing countries.
How can we explain the stability of Soviet military politics. Most of these points are discussed in Colton, Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority, Chaps. STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE COMMUNISM limited military involvement in major societal conflicts; --assignment of the task of suppressing most domestic deviance and opposition to specialized police forces, not to the regular military.
Confrontational or irrational moves by Chinese warships and planes may not be actions of a “rogue commander” but rather decisions by a political commissar, a new report describes. Cmdr.
Jeff. Robert Service is a Fellow of the British Academy and of St Antony's College, Oxford. He has written several books, including the highly acclaimed Lenin: A Biography, Russia: Experiment with a People, Stalin: A Biography and Comrades: A History of World Communism, as well as many other books on Russia's past and present.
The only known commissars to have held and retained overall command of a full regiment included Commissar Ibram Gaunt, who became the only known colonel-commissar of the orphaned Tanith 1 st Regiment, after receiving command of the Tanith 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd Regiments from Warmaster Slaydo during the Sabbat Worlds Crusade, and losing the 2 nd.
People's Commissars and People's Commissariats were renamed Ministers and Ministries in by a decree of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union. Political commissar [ edit ] A political commissar was a high-ranking functionary at a military headquarters who held coequal rank and authority with the military commander of the unit.
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No enrollment or registration. The question of “civilian control” or “how to guard the guardians” has been a central issue within the subfield of civil-military relations (CMR), since Plato’s Republic written more than years ago.
The states need strong armies to defend their borders, but armed forces strong enough to protect the state also pose a threat to the civilian leadership.
Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority: The Structure of Soviet Military Politics By Timothy J. Colton Reviewed By John C. Campbell. As such, the Commissar is a civilian with authority over military matters.
In a war zone, the military leaders are in charge. A Commissar's role is to provide political guidance to those officers as well as inspiration to the troops. Additionally, they also serve as legal authority independent of the chain of command.