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Glossary Of Soviet Military Terminology
TM 30-544 Glossary Of Soviet Military Terminology, English-Russian, Russian-English, 1955-05-16
This is a partial glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, while many date from the 17th to 19th also Wiktionary's nautical terms, Category:Nautical terms, and Nautical metaphors in the Further reading section for additional words and references. In our collection you will encounter military terminology and acronyms. Here you can find out what they mean: Denotes an Officer who has qualified in Anti-submarine Duties; in a ship an Officer borne for Anti-submarine duties. (Source: Australian Navy List, ) Denotes an Officer who has passed for Acting Interpreter. Angels – Navy/military term for altitude in thousands of fee, i.e. angels 10 me feet. AN The AN is a four engine, tactical military transport that was also flown in the Aeroflot, the Soviet national airline colors. It is very similar in size and shape to the U.S. C and became operational in Logistics is not defined in the Soviet Military Encyclopedia. However, the encyclopedia contains an article devoted to one of the fathers of modern military logistics, Antoine Henri Jomini. The first Russian language terminological glossary devoted entirely to logistics was published in (hardback, pages, Ekonomika Publishing Co., Moscow).
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Department of the Army (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price 5/5(1). This Cold War glossary contains definitions for key terms, concepts and events between and It has been written and compiled by Alpha History authors. This process was initiated during the Soviet military occupation and overseen by Soviet agents and loyalists.
In most cases, local communist, socialist and left-wing groups were. This is a list of words, terms, concepts, and slogans that have been or are used by the German military.
Ranks and translations of nicknames for vehicles are included. Also included are some general terms from the German language found frequently in military jargon. Massive military build-up, especially of nuclear weapons, by both the Soviet Union and the United States in an effort to gain military superiority.
Brinkmanship Purposely escalating a dangerous situation to the limit (brink), while giving the impression that you are willing to go to war, in the hope of pressuring your opponents to back : Jennifer Rosenberg. Full text of "Glossary of Soviet military terminology: English-Russian; Russian-English" See other formats.
Summer Olympics: The United States boycotted the Olympics held in Moscow in protest of Soviet military operations in Soviet children were evacuated from the city during the Olympics to avoid their having contact with foreigners.
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The purpose was to denigrate ‘‘the main adversary’’ by using File Size: 7MB. This is a glossary of acronyms and initials used for organisations in the Russian federation and formerly the Latin-alphabet names are phonetic representations of the Cyrillic originals, and variations are inevitable.
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Called mph tape due to the belief it can withstand speeds of up to mph when slapped on holes. 50 cal: M2 Browning caliber machine gun. Alternately known as 50 cal, 50, M2 or Ma Deuce. This is a list of words, terms, concepts, and slogans that were have been or are used by the German military.
Ranks and translations of nicknames for vehicles are included. Also included are some general terms from the German language found frequently in military jargon. Some terms are from the general German cultural background, others are given to show a change that was.
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Although long obsolete for military use, the Soviet SVD's x54mm cartridge is rimmed, the only such military round in use today. The purpose of this Thread is to compile a glossary of Japanese Military Terms, both those used by the I.J.A. and those used by the I.J.N.
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Some words were coined by Adolf Hitler and other Nazi Party members. Other words and concepts were borrowed and appropriated, and other terms were already in use during the Weimar y, some are taken from Germany's cultural. Glossary of Military Terminology This glossary is really about terminology peculiar to the former SADF, many of the terms here are in Afrikaans and often were used as is, the English was very rarely used and occasionally there just was no suitable English equivalent (or I.
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International Military Tribunal: The United States, Great Britain, France, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics charted this court to prosecute Nazi war criminals. Jehovah's Witnesses: Religious sect that originated in the United States and. ENGLISH GLOSSARY The Glossary is an alphabetical listing of many of the key terms from the chapters, along with their meanings.
The definitions listed in the Glossary are the ones that apply to the way the words are used in this textbook. The Glossary gives the part of speech of each word. The following abbreviations are used. Antisemitism: hostility toward or hatred of Jews as a religious or ethnic group, often accompanied by social, economic, or political discrimination.
Appellplatz: German word for roll call square where prisoners were forced to assemble. Aryan: Term used in Nazi Germany to refer to non-Jewish and non-Roma (Gypsy) Caucasians. Northern Europeans with especially "Nordic".
A covert operation, military or otherwise, which attempts to present a different identity of the perpetrators, for propaganda, diplomatic or strategic reasons.
The casus belli of the German invasion of Poland was the attack on the German Gleiwitz radio station by “Polish nationals” who were, in fact, disguised Gestapo members. Full text of "TM Glossary Of Soviet Military And Related Abbreviations" See other formats. What a beautiful word, pronounced mas-kir-OAF-ka.
The United States Army's Glossary of Soviet Military Terminology defines maskirovka as. KGB or GRU (Soviet and Russian military intelligence) chief of station in any foreign location.
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Thanks for these. FSU-Former Soviet Union. FYDP-Future Years Defense Program. Previously called the Five Year Defense Program, the current name was adopted to avoid changing the acronym but still reflect the fact that the two-year defense budgeting cycle requires a six-year planning budget to be developed every other year.
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NATO - NATO stands for North Atlantic Treaty is an alliance of democratic and western countries including much of Western Europe, Canada, and the United States.
Nuclear weapon - A nuclear weapon is a device that uses nuclear forces to create a huge explosion capable of destroying an entire city. Perestroika - A term used by Mikhail Gorbachev to.
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Military terminology — refers to the terms and language of military organizations and personnel as belonging to a discrete category, Glossary of military. Glossary of terms used in World War II. Allied Powers In World War II, the Allied powers were those countries, including Great Britain, the Soviet Union, the United States, China, and France (before its defeat in ), that opposed the Axis powers.
This book is therefore unique in supplying both Soviet and Western military perspectives on guerilla warfare and counter-insurgency operations in Afghanistan.
This edition includes 45 tactical battle maps, and a glossary of Soviet Army terminology and map symbols. Table of Contents: * Foreword * Acknowledgements * Introduction * Preface/5(7). Military terms Allies The "Big Three" were the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union.
Also with the Allies were Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China, France (after the Normandy invasion), Belgium, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippine Commonwealth, Poland, the Union of South Africa, and Yugoslavia.
Study Flashcards On International Relations Glossary Terms at Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. makes it easy to get the grade you want. A Soviet-led Eastern European military alliance, founded in and disbanded in It opposed the NATO alliance/5(1). (1) First letter of the phonetic (sound) alphabet.
Used when voicing the letter "A" to avoid confusion. (2) A somewhat experimental class of Soviet submarine class of hunter/killer nuclear powered vessels. They were the fastest and deepest diving class of military submarines built.
They were designed to meet the demanding requirements - sufficient speed to successfully .This book is therefore unique in supplying both Soviet and Western military perspectives on guerrilla warfare and counter-insurgency operations in Afghanistan. There are 45 tactical battle maps, and a glossary of Soviet Army terminology and map symbols.
This is a companion piece to “The Other Side of the Mountain: Mujahideen Tactics in the /5(70). Military slang is a set of colloquial terms which are unique to or which originated with military personnel.
They are often abbreviations or derivatives of the NATO Phonetic Alphabet, or otherwise incorporating aspects of formal military concepts and ry slang is also used to reinforce the (usually friendly) interservice of these terms have .