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Soviet Arctic.

Soviet Arctic.

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Published by State Art Publishers in Moscow .
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Petsamo and Kirkenes The Soviet offensive in the Northern Arctic David Greentree This title examines the bitter conflict between two highly tactical armies as they battled across challenging terrain to gain control of strategically significant Northern Finland. Defense of Soviet Arctic is the military action of the Soviet Army and Navy from to , during the Great Patriotic War on Defense of the European part of the Soviet Arctic from German fascist troops and navy invasion. Shows drift routes of 8 radiometeorological stations. " " North Pole near map center. At head of title: Figure 1. Greenwich meridian horizontal. "Unclassified." Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy imperfect: Annotated in black marker ink in lower margin.


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