MENAUL 7/3/1-489 Papers on USSR and Eastern European military policy and equipment, especially including the invasion of Afghanistan, Yugoslavia and the arms race, 1971-1984
1975 Jun 16
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Photos detail Soviet Somali missile base'.
NATO Review 'Soviet global strategy. A challenge at sea' by Wolgang Höpker. 2 copies
1981 Dec 29
US Embassy press release: 'Afghanistan: two years of occupation', a state department paper.
1981 Aug 18
Official Text, International Communication Agency, US Embassy: 'Afghan independence essential to constructive international relations' by L S Eagleburger, Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
1981 Jan 2
US Embassy press release: 'Afghanistan - one year after the Russian invasion' by Robert G Newmann.
1980 Nov 26
US Embassy press release: 'The Invasion of Afghanistan' - address to Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, Madrid by Dante Fascell, Deputy Chief of US Delegation.
1980 Dec 2
US Embassy press release: 'Soviets feeling the cost of Afghanistan' an interview with David Newson, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.
1980 Nov 20
US Embassy press release: 'US statement on Afghanistan' of UN 1980 Nov 19 by Donald McHenry, US permanent representative to the UN.
1980 Aug 18
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets in Afghanistan. Variety of Russian equipment deployed'.
Newspaper article: 'Muslims in Soviet Republic near Iran choose leader aged 31', refers to Shia Muslims in Azerbajan.
Policy Review: 'After Afghanistan' by Franz Josef Strauss on German defence.
We all are Afghanistan by Hans Graf Huyn. Published by Institute of American Relations and the Centre for a Free Society.
1980 Aug 6
US Embassy press release: 'Withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan essential to Indian Ocean stability' statement to UN Ad Hoc Committee on the Indian Ocean by Jerome Kahan, alternative US representative to UN.
1980 Apr 9
US Embassy press release: 'The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan', background information from the Department of State.
1980 Mar 13
US Embassy press release: 'The continuing challenge of Soviet actions in Afghanistan' by Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter's National Security Affairs Advisor.
1980 Mar 13
US Embassy press release: 'A review of US policy on Afghanistan by US Secretary of State, Cyrus Vance'.
1980 Feb 22
US Embassy press release: 'The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. The US and allied response' by Ambassador Arthur A Hartman.
[The Times]: 'Further push to sea by Russians unlikely' by Charles Douglas Home, relating to the Soviet forces in Afghanistan.
1980 Jan 9
Daily Telegraph: articles on USSR in Afghanistan.
1980 Jan 6
Sunday Times: 'Has Russia won the great game?' refers to the Soviet forces in Afghanistan.
1980 Jan 5
The Times editorials: 'Grain as a weapon' and 'On the north-west frontier', both refer to the Soviet forces in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan The Struggle in its Fifth Year published by US Information Agency.
East-West Digest: 'A Soviet handbook on war as an instrument of policy' review of 'Marxism - Leninism on War and Army', published in Soviet Union in English, and 'The whole of Europe must be kept free from communist dictatorship', excerpts from the Resolutions of the European Conference on Human Rights 1-3 Mar 1974, Luzern.
East-West Digest: 'A modern handbook on the psychological training of Soviet troops examined', review of War and the Soldier: Problems of the moral-political and psychological preparation of Soviet soldiers, edited by Col Gen A S Zheltov, (Budapest, 1974) in Hungarian.
1974 Mar 5
Stanford Research Institute paper: 'Soviet military capabilities and intentions in Europe' by Thomas W Wolfe, includes Soviet and Warsaw Pact capabilities against NATO.
1984 Apr 4
Newspaper articles: 'Soviet fleet close to "nuclear war" phase' refers to a Soviet Naval exercise in the North Atlantic and 'NATO urges Russians to come back and talk'.
1984 Apr 8
Sunday Times: 'The Soviet armada and why it sailed' on a Soviet Naval exercise in the North Atlantic.
Interavia: 'The wide spectrum of Soviet air power' and 'Soviet warships as missile platforms'.
Manuscript notes: 'Soviet air force - Marshal Kutakhov', list of Soviet aeroplanes and missiles.
Draft paper: 'Soviet Navy revised text to include aircraft carrier report' annotated by Prof John Erickson on to the role and capabilities of the Soviet Navy.
Aerospace International: 'Soviet airborne forces'.
NATO's Fifteen Nations: 'Bears in the Med' By Col Minter L Wilson Jr.
1974 Feb 18
Aviation Week and Space Technology, Washington Roundup: 'Soviet forces and new weapons'.
East-West Digest: 'Soviet Union. The Soviet weapons build-up 1971-72' by Prof John Erickson.
Paper: 'Soviet air force' by Prof John Erickson.
Magazine article: 'Soviet concepts of air-power' by Gp Capt D M Clause.
Magazine article: 'Soviet military power. The development of the Soviet airforce' by Prof John Erickson refers to Royal United Services Institute study of Soviet Military power by Prof John Erickson 7/3/48.
Air Force Magazine: 'Soviet armed forces - facts and figures'.
Royal United Services Institute Journal: 'Some developments in Soviet tactical aviation (Frontovaya Aviatsiya)' by Prof John Erickson.
1975 Aug 28
Flight International: 'World air forces 1975', country by country guide.
Paper: 'Soviet military posture and policy in Europe'.
Rand Report: 'Research and Development in Soviet aviation' by Arthur J Alexander for USAF Project Rand.
Air Force Magazine: 'Troops of national PVO', refers to Soviet defence. 2 copies
Paper: 'The development of the Soviet air force' marked for 'US Strategic Institute'.
Science Studies 2: 'Radio-location and the air defence problem: the design and development of Soviet radar 1934-1940' by Prof John Erickson Department of Politics, Edinburgh University.
Paper: 'Air defense in the Soviet Union' by Maj Tyrus W Cobb.
Paper: 'Chapter 12. The peacetime air force at home and abroad 1945-1973' by Kenneth Whiting.
Royal United Services Institute book: 'Soviet military power' by Prof John Erickson.
Manuscript paper by Menaul: relating to history of the Soviet air force 1917-1973.
Revised passage for 'Soviet military power' headed 'The Soviet command in the 70s' marked 'for US Strategic Institute' relating to changes in command personnel 1972.
Notes by Menaul: Notes 'Air defence of the Soviet homeland', National air defence Protivo-Vozdushnoi Oborony Strany (PVO Strany).
1975 Sep 29
Letter from Prof John Erickson to Menaul refers to a paper on the Warsaw pact.
Manuscript list: Soviet military aircraft.
Tables: 'Designs in use by NATO and Warsaw pact members, by designated mission'; 'Soviet and eastern European tactical combat aircraft'; and 'Tactical and strategic defense air assets of NATO and Warsaw Pact members, by number of aircraft assigned to operating squadrons and designated mission. Fiscal year 1974'.
'Notes for lecture': relating to the main tasks of Warsaw pact air forces.
1976 Feb 9
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet press technology gains'.
Chart: Soviet MoD, members of the Military Council of Command, and staff of the Strategic Rocket Forces.
Charts: 'Members of the Military Council of Command and staff of national air defense' and 'Members of the Soviet air forces'.
Map: 16 military districts of the Soviet Union.
Tables: 'Soviet and east European tactical combat aircraft' and 'Tactical and strategic defense air assets of NATO and Warsaw Pact members, by number of aircraft assigned to operating squadrons and designated mission. Fiscal year 1974' (see also 7/3/54).
The Waverley Papers, Occasional Paper 1, Series 3: 'Soviet studies: Soviet radar developments and the air defence problem: 1934-40' by Prof John Erickson.
Air Force Magazine: 'The Soviet drive for aerospace superiority' by Edgar Ulsamer refers to Soviet research and development on a superior Inter Contential Ballistic Missile force.
Army: 'Who's out in front? Soviet vs. US strategy: a disparity in defenses' by Maj Tyrus W Cobb.
Air Force Magazine: 'Soviet aerospace forces and doctrine' by Col William F Scott, USAF.
International Defense Review: 'Europe's new generation of combat aircraft. Part 1: 'The increasing threat' by R Meller, Geneva; refers to European and Soviet Air Power includes re-equipment of Warsaw Pact forces since 1969 and details of Soviet aeroplanes, strategy and ground forces. 2 copies
International Defense Review: 'The air attack potential of the Warsaw Pact', includes the Mutual Balanced Force Reduction talks with NATO by Peter Borgart, Düsseldorf.
International Defense Review: 'Threat to western Europe' by Georg Panyalev. Refers to NATO's SU19 Fencer Multi-Role Combat Aircraft.
Air Force Magazine: 'Soviet aerospace almanac' 1976 edition includes Soviet: military economics, naval aviation, space activities in 1975, military thought, details and photographs of aeroplanes and missiles.
1977 Jun 6
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets pushing exports to cut deficits'.
1977 Feb 7
Aviation Week and Space Technology: letter to editor, 'Backfire deliveries' relating to Soviet supersonic bomber.
East-West Digest editorial: 'The growth of Soviet tactical air power in Europe'.
1978 Oct 30
Aviation Week and Space Technology, Washington Roundup section: 'Innocents abroad', relating to Soviet attempts to shoot down simulated Cruise missiles.
1979 Feb 5
Aviation Week and Space Technology: photographs, 'Soviet, Polish aircraft over Baltic Sea' refers to TU16 Badger C; and 'Soviets maintain high Recon launch rate'.
1979 Feb 19
Aviation Week and Space Technology, Industry Observer section: Reference to production figures for Mi-24 Hind.
1978 Jan 9
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'New Soviet cargo aircraft tested' refers to Antonov An-72.
1979 Feb 19
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets developing two bombers, extending range of backfire' which raises questions from SALT 2 (Strategic Arms Limitation Talk).
Paper by Menaul: 'Soviet military build-up powers ahead - New weapons systems use high technology while production outstrips the west'.
1979 Mar 26
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets to field 3 new fighters in aviation modernization drive'.
Paper by Menaul: 'Soviets increase their offensive air power - Five new aircraft under development'.
1979 Jul 23
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet transports displayed at Paris'.
1979 Jul 2
Aviation Week and Space Technology editorial: 'A different country' refers to Oleg Antonov senior Soviet aircraft desinger and AN-72 aircraft at Paris air show 1979.
1979 Apr 30
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Paris air show to hit new peaks'.
1980 Jan 21
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets press anti-jamming training'.
1981 Mar 16
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets press production, new fighter development'.
1981 Jun 15
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets' build up in north exceeds protection level'.
Article: 'Soviet air power'.
1981 Dec 14
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet strategic bomber photographed at Ramenskoye'.
1981 Aug 31
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet weapons technology advancing' and 'Service sets top priority on 150 offensive ships' referring to Soviets.
1983 Apr 4
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets reshape structure for air attack, defense'.
1985 Jan 2
FPI (Free Press International) International Report, Vol V No 1: 'Pliant military man to head Soviet defense' refers to Marshal Sergei Sokolov.
1984 Dec 10
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'US tallies cost to Soviets of technology transfer rules'.
1984 Oct 29
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets using SV-25s in attacks on rebel units'; 'SV-24s, TV-16s support Soviet ground forces' and 'Soviet helicopters sustain damage from SAM-7 infra-red missiles'.
1983 Jun 13
Daily Telegraph: Untitled photograph showing "Illustrious" sailing next to "Novorossiisk".
1984 Sep 24
Aviation Week and Space Technology photograph: 'Norwegians photograph new Soviet submarine'.
1984 Jul 16
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Warsaw Pact improving radar jamming abilities'.
1984 May 28
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets improve airlift, combat forces', drawings of IL-76 with SS-20 and SV-27.
1984 Apr 23
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet Union continues military buildup'; 'Soviets press airborne laser programme'; 'Soviets fill low-altitude air defense gap and 'Soviets adding mobility to missile force', drawings of SA-X-12 and SS-X-25 and "Galosh".
[Daily Telegraph]: 'Russia builds 3 fighters a day' by Air Cdr G S Cooper.
1983 Nov 28
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets deploying new fighters' refers to MiG-31; MiG-29 and Su-27.
1982 Mar 15
Aviation Week and Space Technology photographs: 'Soviet carrier, VTOL (Vertical Take-off and Landing) aircraft support Baltic Sea exercises'.
1981 Jan 9
Current News: 'Soviets launch huge new attack submarine. Sub viewed as a menace to US carriers'.
Defence: 'Soviet naval air arm' by Maj Gen of Aviation N Vishensky Deputy COS, USSR Naval Air Army (abridged translation)
1980 Sep 8
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet ships photographed in Baltic Sea.
NATO unclassified document: 'Soviet capabilities'.
1979 Oct 1
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Oil seen spurring Soviet Mideast move'.
East-West Digest: 'Grechko: "The danger of war remains a grim reality"'.
Royal United Services Institute paper: 'The military instrument in Soviet foreign policy 1917-1972' by Ken Booth, Lecturer Dept of Politics, Aberystwyth University.
1978 Jun 5
Copy of letter from E H van Eeghen to AVM H Bird-Wilson: relating to the training and use of the Vysotniki, as special parachute force.
Document by E H van Eeghen: 'Experiences and remarks regarding a visit to Siberia and Moscow, second half of July 1978'.
Paper: 'Air Vice-Marshal Menaul CB, CBE, DFC, AFC. Biographical note'. 2 copies
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'Prospects of Soviet military power in the 1980s' by Edgar O'Ballance.
1978 Sep 2
Newspaper article: 'Warsaw Pact widens tank lead' by Henry Stanhope refers to The Military Balance 1978-79 IISS.
1979 Apr 16
Aviation Week and Space Technology editorial: 'The global Soviet threat', the conclusions of an address by Gen Alexander Haig, Supreme Allied Commander Europe.
Survival: 'The evolution of Soviet land forces since the end of World War II' by Lt Gen A Dunin of the Tank Forces.
Royal United Services Institute/Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Research Centre Bulletin: 'Shield-72' Warsaw Pact military exercises', by Prof John Erickson.
Royal United Services Institute paper: 'Soviet military power' by Prof John Erickson.
1979 Sep 24
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets push advanced naval weapons'.
1979 Aug 20
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet carrier policies shifting' on the construction of a large deck nuclear powered aircraft carrier and 'Soviet ships operate in Caribbean'.
1979 Aug 6
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Future Far East balance clouded'.
Paper: 'Comparative US-USSR production of major weapon systems' by William T Lee.
1979 Mar 29
Current News special edition: 'The role of western technology in Soviet strategy' by Mark E Miller.
1979 Mar 20
Current News special edition: 'Soviet economic performance as reflecting state goals and objectives' by Richard B Foster.
Air Force Magazine: 'Soviet aerospace almanac: Soviet strategic vulnerabilities' by Colin S Gray.
1979 Mar 19
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets narrowing microcircuits gap'.
Newspaper article: 'Soviet navy under-trained in sonar operation' by Desmond Wettern.
Daily Telegraph: 'Soviet navy in Camranh Bay upsets strategy' by Ian Ward.
1978 Nov 13
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet buildup in Baltic troubles Danes'.
1979 Mar 26
Aviation Week and Space Technology photograph: 'Red fleet's new carrier now at sea'.
1978 Nov 7
The Times: 'Missiles still come before meat in Moscow' by Charles Douglas Home.
1979 Jan 25
Seminar of International Longshoremen's Association, AFL-CIO Employers Educational Foundation, Inc: 'The encroachment of the Soviet naval and merchant military power on free world trade' and 'A West European shipowners' reply to Mr Avern and to his involuntary aides in the US' by Karl-Heinz Sager, Deputy Chairman Hapag-Lloyd AG.
1979 Jan 27
Flight International: 'Russia deploys new tactical missile'.
1978 Jul 24
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet defense spending expected to sustain rise'.
Survival: 'The Soviet record in the Middle East' by Peter Mangold.
1978 May 29
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet global military capability gains'.
1978 May 15
Aviation Week and Space Technology editorial: 'Soviet military: status and trends'. Excerpts from 'Statement of Gen W Y Smith, Assistant to Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff on the offensive stance of the Soviet armed forces and NATO's defense'.
Air Pictorial: 'Fourth Russian carrier'.
1977 Dec 5
Aviation Week and Space Technology photograph: 'USSR unveils new anti-tank missiles'.
Air Pictorial: 'The Soviet threat' extracts of an address by Chief of Defence Staff MRAF Sir Neil Cameron to the Air League.
1978 Mar 1
The Times: 'Soviet army bases strategy on "Blitzkrieg"' by Michael Binyon, Moscow.
Paper: 'Soviet weapons'.
1978 Jan 31
Current News: 'Soviets breeding lethal organisms for germ warfare'.
'Soviet ships and aircraft': list of Soviet ships and submarines with numbers in service. 2 copies.
1977 Dec 12
Aviation Week and Space Technology photographs: 'Modernization marks Soviet missiles'.
Newspaper article: 'Soviet navy claims unlimited passage' refers to passage of warship KIEV through Bosporus.
[The Times editorial]: 'The KIEV breaks the Montreux Convention' relating to passage of warship KIEV through Bosporus.
1977 Nov 14
Time Magazine: 'A display of anniversary amity' on Brezhnev proposal for a test ban treaty and 'The Russian revolution turns 60'.
Royal United Services Institute/Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Research Centre Bulletin: 'Admiral S G Gorshkov's views on seapower', by P H Vigor, Senior Lecturer in Soviet Studies, RMA Sandhurst.
Paper: 'Soviet leaders have the United States in deep trouble - unless?' by John P Renshaw, San Francisco.
Royal United Services Institute/Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Research Centre Bulletin: 'Soviet military thought: a new American venture' by P H Vigor refers to USAF translations of Russian military books, including The offensive by Col A A Sidorenko, and The "march" in Soviet tactical doctrine by C N Donnelly.
Aviation Week and Space Technology photograph: 'Air cushion vehicles exploited by Russians for various missions'.
Paper entitled 'Admiral Gorshkov on the Soviet navy in war and peace' by James McConnell refers to eleven articles written by AF of the Soviet Union, Sergey Gorshkov Commander-in-Chief Soviet Navy. (See also 7/3/157-8)
1974 Oct 9
Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies: joint lecture on 'The military capability of the Warsaw Pact' by Peter Vigor and Chris Donnelly.
Magazine article: 'Soviet combat force on continent grows' by Prof John Erickson, Director of Defence Studies, Edinburgh University reproduced from The Times.
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research - Foreign Policy Research Institute: 'Soviet military trends: implications for US security' by W R Kintner and R L Pfaltzgraff, Jr.
[The Times]: 'The shifting balance of sea power' by Henry Stanhope.
Magazine article: 'Soviet military strategy'.
1973 Apr 22
Center for Naval Analysis, Washington: 'The Gorshkov series - Navies in peace and war. A preliminary analysis' by Michael McGwire. (see also 7/3/151 and 158)
1973 May 8
Paper entitled 'The Gorshkov series - Navies in war and peace. A summary assessment' by Michael McGwire.
Reprint from Marine Corps Gazette: 'Soviet weapons for the Third World' by Col R F Staar.
Reader's Digest: 'Menace of the Soviet military machine' by Charles Murphy.
Royal United Services Institute/Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Research Centre Bulletin: 'Training, motivation and morale: some recent Soviet views' by Prof John Erickson.
Manuscript notes: 'Challenge of Soviet naval forces'.
1974 Apr 11
Daily Express: 'Comrades rule the waves now'.
Paper: 'Soviet military performance. Some manpower and managerial constraints' by Prof John Erickson, University of Edinburgh.
Magazine article: 'The Soviet build-up in the north east Atlantic' by Johan Jörgen Holst.
1974 Jun 29
The Times editoral: 'The hostile friendship of the two giants' refers to Mr (Richard) Nixon's visit to Moscow.
1974 Jun 13
The Times: 'How long will the Russians allow it to stay all quiet on the eastern front?' refers to the Russia-China border.
1974 Jul 14
Sunday Times: 'Detente. How Russia sees it now' by Henry Brandon.
1973 Nov 15
Flight International: 'Soviet tracking from the sea' by James Oberg.
Magazine article: 'The Soviet airborne forces' by Maj E Van Veen, Royal Netherlands Air Force.
NATO Review: 'The Soviet navy on NATO's flanks', exerpts from IISS strategic survey 1971 related to Soviet Navy in the North and the Mediterranean.
International Documentation and Information Centre booklet: 'Soviet foreign policy and ideology' by C C van den Heuvel.
East-West Digest: 'The growing Soviet military threat' by Gen Sir Walter Walker, former Commander-in-Chief, Northern Europe.
Booklet published by Soviet Weekly: 'Marshal Zhukov. Comments on the Soviet high command and the war'.
Survival: 'The Warsaw Pact in the era of negotiation' by David Holloway.
Survival: 'The Warsaw pact system' from translation of Soviet military magazine Za Rubezhom by Gen Sergei Shtemenko, late Chief Of Staff of Warsaw Pact forces.
Survival: 'The Warsaw Pact today' by Malcom Mackintosh.
Survival: 'Documentation. Strategic arms limitation. The Soviet view', reprint from Pravda, 11 Feb 1978.
1978 Sep 20
The Times special on Siberia, including: '2,000-mile railway is "project of century"'.
Photocopy: 'Crumbling cement', a Russian joke relating to China.
1979 Oct 22
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets accelerate build up in Kurils'.
1982 Jan 5
Executive Intelligence Review (EIR): 'The Soviet leadership question and the trials of Leonid Brezhnev' by Rachel Douglas.
1981 Dec 28
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet antisubmarine carrier maneuvers in Baltic Sea'.
1981 Sep 14
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet 100,000-man Baltic exercise tests new tactic'.
Survival: 'Forum: the KIEV incident' by Elizabeth Young, refers to passage of Warship KIEV through Bosporus.
The Soviet Union and the Middle East, a monthly summary of Soviet press includes Afghanistan published by the Soviet and East European Research Centre of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
1979 Jul 9
Daily Telegraph: 'Plan for warm water port' refers to Russia and Afghanistan by Robert Moss.
1979 Apr 5
Current News Part II - main edition: 'The many weaknesses of the USSR and how they can be exploited if we have the will' by Brian Crozier.
Institute on Strategic Trade: 'The Soviet military power as a function of technology transfer from the west' by Dr Miles M Costick.
Survival article referring to the Soviet economy.
1977 Mar 28
Aviation Week and Space Technology: Intelligence analysis 'New assessment put on Soviet threat' text of an address by Maj Gen Keegan former Chief of Air Force Intelligence.
1977 Aug 22
Aviation Week and Space Technology editorial: 'Assessing Soviet intentions' excerpts from address by Sen J Buckly on evidence of Soviet preparations for nuclear war.
1977 Sep 5
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Muzzled defense study hearing sought' and 'Congress told Soviets trailing technologically'.
1977 Aug 8
Aviation Week and Space Technology, Washington Roundup section: 'New Soviet sub' and 'Strategic balance change expected to slow'.
1977 Aug 22
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet defense evades economic strains'.
1977 Nov 3
Daily Telegraph: 'Russia: an aggressive bear' by Richard Pipes.
1977 Feb 14
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet strategic lead seen by 1980s'.
1977 Feb 7
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Military leaders clash on Soviet threat', refers to JCOS and Maj Gen Keegan former US Army Transport COS for Intelligence.
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'The Soviet strategy in Africa exposed'.
[The Times]: 'Soviet constitution to be adopted in time for 60th anniversary' by Edmund Stevens, Moscow.
The Times: 'Full text of the fundamental law proposed for the Soviet Union', full text of the new draft Soviet constitution, supplied by Tass.
Survival: 'Western and Soviet naval building programmes 1965-1976' by Michael McGwire.
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'The overlooked anti-submarine strategy of the Soviet navy' by Desmond Wettern.
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'The strategic significance of the growing Soviet navy'.
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'Defence and technology: the coming revolution in the land battle' by Menaul.
Paper by Menaul: 'Western technology versus Soviet mass'.
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'The strategy behind the growth of the Soviet merchant marine fleet'.
Foreign Affairs Research Institute paper: 'The suicidal nature of western credits to the Soviet Union exposed'.
Paper: 'Reflections on the Winchester findings' by Robert Moss relating to conference entitled 'New dimensions for defence of the Atlantic Alliance'. (see also 10/74/1-13)
1976 Mar 8
Aviation Week and Space Technology editorial: 'Soviet naval threat'.
Survival: 'Soviet influence in the Middle East' by William E Griffith.
1976 May 24
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviet defense funds estimate doubled' and 'Soviet lack of GNP data complicates estimates'.
1976 Apr 15
Soviet World Outlook Vol 1 No 4: articles relating to Soviet economy.
Survival: 'Documentation. The 25th party congress' speech by Chairman Leonid Brezhnev, 1976 Feb 24.
1976 Jun 14
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Diversified Soviet offensive moves cited by NATO unit'.
Royal United Services Institute/Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Research Centre Bulletin: 'Soviet ground forces and the conventional mode of operations' by Prof John Erickson.
1976 Jun 28
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Panel disputes US-Soviet arms parity'.
1976 May 19
MoD news release: 'Soviet military expenditure'. (2 copies)
Survival: 'Western arms control policies in Europe seen from the east' by W Multon and A Towpik.
1976 Apr 7
MoD papers: 'Military production in the USSR' and 'Living conditions in the Soviet armed forces'.
East-West Relations, a periodical review, Vol III No 1 published by Interdoc, Netherlands, in Englsih.
United States Air Force Project RAND: 'The Sino-Soviet border dispute: background, development and March 1969 clashes' by Thomas W Robinson.
Paper: 'Future Soviet policy towards western Europe' by M Mackintosh.
National Strategy Information Center Inc. Strategy Paper No 4: 'Soviet penetration into the Middle East' by Wynfred Joshua.
East-West Digest: 'Detente or deception' the aims of Soviet Foreign Policy in the period of detente, by Prof Leo Labedz. In Royal United Services Institute cover.
East-West Digest: 'House of Representatives considers the meaning of "peaceful coexistence"'.
Institute for the Study of Conflict special report: 'Soviet objectives in the Middle East'.
1973 Dec 13
The Times: 'Russia cuts military budget in gesture to detente with west'.
Table: 'Soviet population according to social group and means of livelihood' refers to 1970 census.
Survival: 'Soviet aims and Egypt' by M H Haykal.
Royal United Services Institute Journal: 'The Sino-Soviet frontier: some Russian view points' by Prof E Stuart Kirby.
East-West Digest: 'The present Soviet policy of detente' by P H Vigor.
Magazine article: 'The competitive relationship' by Zbigniew Brzezinski.
Magazine article: 'Peace in the balance' by Bernard Lewis.
Magazine article: 'Beyond detente' by Brian Crozier.
Draft paper: 'The Soviet soldier', towards a social study of the Soviet armed forces by Prof John Erickson, University of Edinburgh.
1974 Mar 3
Sunday Times Weekly Review: 'Letter to the Soviet leaders', from Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
1970 Dec 30
The Times: 'Importance of the Suez Canal to Russia'.
1980 Jan 25
The Times: 'Unseen power-struggle to replace old men of the Kremlin'.
1980 Nov 10
Aviation Week and Space Technology: 'Soviets to push qualitative advances' refers to air technology research and development.
1977 Mar 23
The Times: 'Yugoslavia. A special report'.
Sunday Telegraph Magasine: 'Who will take over from Tito?' by David Floyd.
Survival: 'Yugoslavia - the strains of cohesion' by Robin Remington.
To the Point International: 'Tito's tightrope: a hard act to follow'.
1980 May 5
The Times obituary: 'Marshal Tito. Communist leader who won independence for his country and defied Stalin'.
Conflict Studies No 103: 'Croat separatism: nationalism, dissidence and terrorism' by Stephen Clissold.
1980 Apr 18
The Times: 'Yugoslavia keeps tried and trusted policies' by Derssa Trevisan.
Adelphi Paper No 135: 'Balkan security' by F Stephen Larrabee.
Croatian National Congress paper: 'US policy towards Yugoslavia. Illusions and reality' by Col Ivan Babié.
Draft book chapter: 'Crisis in the Balkans - Yugoslavia post Tito, the tinder box'.