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    Книга "German mountain warfare" № 21
    Вашингтон февраль 1944.
    Special Series is published for the purpose of providing officers with reasonably confirmed information from official and other reliable sources. 2. IBy arrangement with The Adjutant General the following three publications of the Military Intelligence Division are distributed in the same manner as is prescribed for field manuals.
    The Germans believe that specially trained mountain troops (Gebirgystruppen) may influence decisively tile outcome of a campaign, for mass armies must rely on specially trained small forces to secure their advance through the broader mountain valleys in order to reach the flat,' where the decision usually is sought. Small forces of mountain troops can prevent, impede, harass, or channel the movements of the main enemy force through the valleys, so that when the decisive battle takes place in the flat, the enemy's power is spent and he is compelled to fight under the most unfavorable conditions. When on the offensive, mountain troops can cover and protect the advance of their own main force, enabling it to reach terrain of its own choice in the highest state of readiness for combat. Thus their mission on the offensive is to secure the route for the advance of large units through the valleys, whereas their mission on the defensive is to deny the valleys to the mass of the enemy forces. In either case, mountain troops must gain control of the mountains.
    Содержание
    I. GERMAN DOCTRINE OF MOUNTAIN WARFARE
    II. TRAINING
    III. ARMY MOUNTAIN GUIDES
    IV. CLOTHING, IDENTIFICATION, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
    V. ORGANIZATION; ARMAMENT; EQUIPMENT
    FIRING IN MOUNTAINS
    ILLUSTRATIONS
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    Книга "HANDBOOK ON WINTER WARFARE" №17
    август 1942 США

    Содержание
    I. WINTER, MUD, AND THAW
    11. MARCHES AND ORIENTATION
    III. ROADS
    IV. RAILROAD MOVEMENTS
    V. WINTER BIVOUACS AND SHELTER
    V. WINTER BIVOUACS AND SHELTER
    VI. CONSTRUCTION OF WINTER POSITIONS
    VII. HEATING FACILITIES
    VIII. CAMOUFLAGE, CONCEALMENT, AND IDENTIFICATION
    IX. PROTECTION AGAINST COLD, SNOW, AND THAW
    X. RATIONS IN WINTER
    XI. WINTER HEALTH MEASURES
    XII. EVACUATION OF WOUNDED
    XIII. CARE AND USE OF WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT
    XIV. SIGNAL COMMUNICATION -
    XV. SKIS, SNOWSHOES, AND SNOW VEHICLES
    ILLUSTRATIONS
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