The First Five-Year Plan and the Geography of Soviet Defence Industry

  title={The First Five-Year Plan and the Geography of Soviet Defence Industry},
  author={David R. Stone},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  pages={1047 - 1063}
Soviet and Western scholars alike have generally hailed the successes of Soviet industrialisation in building up new industrial centres in the geographically secure heart of the Soviet Union during... 
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