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  1. Atti 11 mai 2015 la 09:03 - Raspunde

    By definition, maskirovka includes both active and passive measures designed to deceive and surprise the enemy. Deception, in the Soviet view, permeates all levels of war. Since by Marxist-Leninist definition, war is but an extension of politics, deception also transcends war into the political realm — specifically into the period preceding the outbreak of war … Since the state of war is a logical, if not inevitable, extension of peace, then the outcome of war depends in part on how a nation exploits conditions existing in the pre-war period. To be effective, deception .. must be of constant concern in peacetime as well as wartime.

    Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War, David Glantz

    • Robin Molnar 11 mai 2015 la 10:15 - Raspunde

      M-am deprimat de tot.

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