|1: Forming an Army of a New Type||4|
|2: Stalin and Voroshilov Gain Military Experience||17|
|3: Egorov--The Odd Man In||41|
|4: Tukhachevsky--The Noble Revolutionary||62|
|5: The Soviet-Polish War, 1920||85|
|6: Stalin Routs Trotsky||109|
|7: The Army Develops a Brain||128|
|8: The Military Purges||164|
|9: Stalin and Voroshilov Prepare to Meet the Axis Threat||190|
|10: Timoshenko Tries to Answer the Finnish Wake-Up
|11: Stalin's Lieutenants||247|
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Book title: Stalin's Lieutenants:A Study of Command under Duress.
Contributors: William J. Spahr - Author.
Publisher: Presidio Press.
Place of publication: Novato, CA.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: vii.
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