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Soviet Cold War Guided Missile Cruisers

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Informationen zum Autor Edward Hampshire, illustrated by Paul Wright Klappentext Heavily armed and formidable, guided missile crui... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Edward Hampshire, illustrated by Paul Wright Klappentext Heavily armed and formidable, guided missile cruisers formed the core of the Soviet Navy during the Cold War. From the last class of conventional Sverdlov-class cruisers through to increasingly complex and formidable missile cruisers, these ships ensured that NATO took the Soviet naval threat seriously. Soviet Cold War Guided Missile Cruisers covers all classes of these impressive warships, from the early Sverdlov through the Kynda, Kresta, Kara and Slava to the enormous Kirov classes. Together, these vessels marked the apogee of Soviet naval technology and capability and they remain today the largest non-aircraft carrier warships built since 1945. Containing material previously only available in Russian and fully researched from specialist defence journals, this comprehensive volume examines the design, development, and intended role of these impressive, hi-tech warships, and recounts their dramatic operational history as NATO and Soviet warships faced off against each other during the long Cold War at sea.A fully-illustrated study of the Soviet Navy's biggest and most powerful surface combatants of the Cold War. Will appeal to all those interested in the Soviet armed forces and Cold War technology, as well as all enthusiasts of modern warships. Zusammenfassung Heavily armed and formidable, guided missile cruisers formed the core of the Soviet Navy during the Cold War. From the last class of conventional Sverdlov-class cruisers through to increasingly complex and formidable missile cruisers, these ships ensured that NATO took the Soviet naval threat seriously. Soviet Cold War Guided Missile Cruisers covers all classes of these impressive warships, from the early Sverdlov through the Kynda, Kresta, Kara and Slava to the enormous Kirov classes. Together, these vessels marked the apogee of Soviet naval technology and capability and they remain today the largest non-aircraft carrier warships built since 1945. Containing material previously only available in Russian and fully researched from specialist defence journals, this comprehensive volume examines the design, development, and intended role of these impressive, hi-tech warships, and recounts their dramatic operational history as NATO and Soviet warships faced off against each other during the long Cold War at sea. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction /Strategic and operational context /Sverdlov class (Project 68bis, Project 70E) /Grosnyy class ('Kynda'/Project 58) /Admiral Zozulya class ('Kresta I'/Project 1134) /Kronstadt class ('Kresta II'/Project 1134A) /Nikolayev class ('Kara'/Project 1134B) /Slava class (Project 1164) /Kirov class (Project 1144) /Operational service: tactics and confrontations /Bibliography /Index...

Préface
A fully-illustrated study of the Soviet Navy's biggest and most powerful surface combatants of the Cold War. Will appeal to all those interested in the Soviet armed forces and Cold War technology, as well as all enthusiasts of modern warships.

Auteur

Edward Hampshire, illustrated by Paul Wright



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Heavily armed and formidable, guided missile cruisers formed the core of the Soviet Navy during the Cold War. From the last class of conventional Sverdlov-class cruisers through to increasingly complex and formidable missile cruisers, these ships ensured that NATO took the Soviet naval threat seriously. Soviet Cold War Guided Missile Cruisers covers all classes of these impressive warships, from the early Sverdlov through the Kynda, Kresta, Kara and Slava to the enormous Kirov classes. Together, these vessels marked the apogee of Soviet naval technology and capability and they remain today the largest non-aircraft carrier warships built since 1945. Containing material previously only available in Russian and fully researched from specialist defence journals, this comprehensive volume examines the design, development, and intended role of these impressive, hi-tech warships, and recounts their dramatic operational history as NATO and Soviet warships faced off against each other during the long Cold War at sea.



Contenu
Introduction /Strategic and operational context /Sverdlov class (Project 68bis, Project 70E) /Grosnyy class ('Kynda'/Project 58) /Admiral Zozulya class ('Kresta I'/Project 1134) /Kronstadt class ('Kresta II'/Project 1134A) /Nikolayev class ('Kara'/Project 1134B) /Slava class (Project 1164) /Kirov class (Project 1144) /Operational service: tactics and confrontations /Bibliography /Index

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Soviet Cold War Guided Missile Cruisers
Sous-titre: New Vanguard
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Code EAN: 9781472817402
ISBN: 1472817400
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 48
Poids: 166g
Taille: H186mm x B248mm x T5mm
Année: 2017