The other Cold War

While everyone focused on the US-USSR power struggle, an even more bitter conflict was playing out between the USSR and China

On 2 March 1969, the Strategic Missile Forces went to high alert — their nuclear warheads ready to be loosed at targets 1,600 kilometres (1,000 miles) away in less than 15 minutes. On the banks of a frozen river, opposing soldiers of two nuclear powers bled to death in the snow, as a cold war that Kennedy didn’t fight and Reagan wouldn’t win turned hot.

This wasn’t East versus West; this was East versus Far East — a murderous

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The purpose of Aerial Reconnaissance is twofold.

There is reconnaissance that is confined to the environs of the battlefield, the purpose of which is to gather intelligence about the enemy’s disposition, strength and technology in the immediate area of localised conflict. The USAF identifies this as tactical reconnaissance. Then there is reconnaissance with a strategic emphasis. This includes the finding and pinpointing of targets for intercontinental warfare and seeks indications and warnings of a surprise attack, in addition to gathering intelligence of the enemy’s disposition, strength and technology on a global scale.

The so-called ‘overflights’ of the Cold War were



Multilingualism Caucasus. Here are the languages ​​of the Indo-European (Russian, Armenian, Ossetian, Talysh), Turkish (Azeri, Kumyk) and the Ibero-Caucasian (Georgian, Zan, or Mingrelian-Chansk, Svan, Abkhazian, Adygei, Kabardian, Bats, Kisti, Avar, Dargin, Lak , Lezgin, Udi, and others.).

The main task of the Georgian linguists, of course, is the study of Ibe-Syrian-Caucasian languages, that first of all necessary for the development of socialist culture of the peoples who speak these languages. In addition, the Ibero-Caucasian languages ​​are of exceptional interest in terms of the cultural-historical (since the question of the relationship between living Iberian-Caucasian languages ​​with ancient languages ​​of the Near

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Second on the deed

Roles performed:

Novichenko — Andrey Martynov

Lee Jang Hyuk — Choi Chang Su

Hurenko — Oleg Anofriev

Cho Soong She — ION CHI CHUN

Cho Kwang Hsieh — Lee Sung-gwan

Kim Il Sung — Lee Yong Il nurse — Natalia Arinbasarova

Maria Novichenko — Irina GNEVCHUK

Raisa Novichenko — MARINA Levtova


Doc Kwon Sul — PAK Chang Yun

Ivan Novichenko — VLADIMIR Antonik

Pechkin — Vyacheslav Baranov

Kwon Hyung Thyak — CAS VAUGHN QMF

Ko Min Dal — LIM IN PUE

Bobyr — Victoria Filip

Samohin Vladimir Ferapontov

Chistyakov — Alexander Bielawski

Romanenko —

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Lexicographical conference with the Institute of Linguistics

USSR Academy of Sciences (15-16 / IV 1952)

The brilliant work of Stalin’s «Marxism and Problems of Linguistics» deeply and comprehensively revealed the structure of language and the specificity of its grammatical structure and vocabulary of and created a solid methodological basis for lexicography as a science.

Soviet lexicography, until recently, not having a strong methodological basis and are often resolved the major issues of the dictionary works only on the basis of practical experience, not always uniform and can not be generalized, now gets a strong, genuinely scientific foundation for its further

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Hitler at War

Since the fall of the Third Reich in 1945, our verdict on Hitler’s leadership has mostly come from the pens and mouths of his generals. Many of these men had grown to resent their former leader, and with the fall of Germany they seized the opportunity to criticise and embarrass the Fuhrer at every opportunity. But beneath the facade of slander and betrayal, was Hitler’s military leadership style truly so unpopular — and to what extent did his decisions determine the outcome of World War II?

«So much of what we thought we knew about Hitler for many years came

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Association in 1925 and ODVF Dobrohima changed the status of a holiday — in 1925 and 1926. He became known as the Day of Soviet aviation and chemistry (Aviakhim). The list of celebrations at the Central Airport name Trotsky (Khodynka), in addition to traditional flight entered and «pollinate» viewers from the air, land and «fights» in gas masks.

In 1927 there was another escalation, and Aviakhim merged Society of assistance to defense (CCA). Giant Osoaviakhim and demanded a grand celebration and in July instead of one public holiday, a whole week — Week of Defense. Unfortunately, in this week’s

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Griffon shoot-down

I THOUGH IT was interesting read about the Afghani conflict from the viewpoint of the Soviets.

Apart from the details of half a sortie, most of the effort was made to credit the Soviets with the loss of the only Pakistan Air Force (PAF) aircraft during its operations against violating Soviet-Afghan aircraft!

Although details and cause of the F-16 loss have appeared in numerous air journals, the author persists in crediting it to the Soviet Air Force.

However, just to set the records straight, the aforementioned F-16 was flying as the lead in a formation of two when they were

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I do not need Turkish coast

The Soviet people could afford to travel around the world … right from the comfort of home. Beauty France, Italy, Mexico, he saw the eyes of the master of the popular TV program «Club of travelers» Yuri Senkevich. Features himself to touch the masterpieces of the world for those who lived behind the «iron curtain», almost was not.

Several generations of Soviet people had not thought about free overseas voyages. Mere mortals disrupt even legal boundaries of the great and indestructible Union could only in exceptional cases and with the top of the party’s permission.

It is today, the

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CONFERENCE OF THE BALTIC linguists Soviet republics

In February 1952 took place in Riga Joint Conference of the Institute of Linguistics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Institute of Linguistics of the Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian Academy of Sciences dedicated to the issues of Baltic linguistics in the light of labor Stalin’s «Marxism and Problems of Linguistics.»

Conference was opened by President of the Academy of Sciences of the Latvian SSR, acting member of the Academy Peive. Reports on the state of linguistics in each of the three Baltic republics and challenges linguists these republics in the light of labor Stalin’s «Marxism

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