David M. Glantz (born January 11, 1942 in Port Chester, New York) is an American military historian known for his books on the Red Army during World War II, and the chief editor of the Journal of Slavic Military Studies. Glantz received degrees in history from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Defense Language Institute, Institute for Russian and Eastern European Studies, and U.S. Army War College.
1 Teaching career 2 Activity after retirement 3 Awards and honors 4 Studies for the US Army 5 Books 6 See also 7 References 8 External links
Teaching career Glantz was a Mark W. Clark visiting professor of History at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. Activity after retirement Glantz is known as a military historian of the Soviet role in World War II. Glantz has also, however, met with some criticism for his stylistic choices, such as inventing specific thoughts and feelings of historical figures without reference to documented sources. Awards and honors
2000 Samuel Eliot Morison Prize for lifetime achievement given by the Society for Military History
Studies for the US Army
Air University Review, March-April 1983, Soviet Offensive Ground Doctrine Since 1945 1984 Art of War symposium, From the Don to the Dnepr: Soviet Offensive Operations - December 1942 - August 1943, A transcript of Proceedings, Center for Land Warfare, US Army War College, 26–30 March 1984 1985 Art of War symposium, From the Dnepr to the Vistula: Soviet Offensive Operations - November 1943 - August 1944, A transcript of Proceedings, Center for Land Warfare, US Army War College, 29–3 May 1985 1986 Art of War symposium, From the Vistula to the Oder: Soviet Offensive Operations - October 1944 - March 1945, A transcript of Proceedings, Center for Land Warfare, US Army War College, 19–23 May 1986 August Storm: The Soviet strategic offensive in Manchuria by David M.Glantz (pdf) August Storm: Soviet Tactical and Operational Combat in Manchuria, 1945 by LTC David M. Glantz (pdf) The Soviet Airborne Experience by LTC David M. Glantz Soviet Defensive Tactics at Kursk, July 1943 by COL David M. Glantz
Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War. London: Frank Cass.
1989. ISBN 0-7146-3347-X.
The role of intelligence in Soviet military strategy in World War II.
Novato, CA: Presidio Press. 1990. ISBN 0-89141-380-4.
Soviet military operational art: in pursuit of deep battle. London,
England, Portland, Oregon: F. Cass. 1991.
From the Don to the Dnepr: Soviet Offensive Operations, December
1942-August 1943. London, England, Portland, Oregon: F. Cass. 1991.
The Military Strategy of the Soviet Union: A History. London, England,
Portland, Oregon: F. Cass. 1992. ISBN 0-7146-3435-2.
The History of Soviet Airborne Forces (1994) ISBN 0-7146-3483-2
Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience: The Winter Campaign,
1941-1942 (Cass Series on the Soviet Study of War, 2), David M. Glantz
(Editor), Harold S. Orenstein (Editor)
When Titans Clashed: How the
Reviewed by John Erickson in The Journal of Military History, Vol. 63, No. 2 (April, 1999), pp. 482–483
Zhukov's Greatest Defeat: The Red Army's Epic Disaster in Operation
Mars, 1942" (1999) ISBN 0-7006-0944-X
Foreword to Forging Stalin's Army: Marshal Tukhachevsky And The
Politics Of Military Innovation by Sally Stoecker
Battle of Kursk
Battle of Kursk Eastern Front (World War II) Operation Barbarossa Red Army Russian military deception Siege of Leningrad Slavistics Soviet offensive plans controversy
^ "Editorial Board". Taylor & Francis. Retrieved 18 February 2017. ^ "33 new members join The Citadel faculty". Citadel News Service. 26 August 2008. Retrieved 18 February 2015. ^ egli: "Book Review: David M. Glantz, Stumbling Colossus. The Red Army on the Eve of World War." Fronta.cz (9. 9. 2003); Ondík: "Book Review: David M. Glantz, Od Donu k Dněpru (Sovětská ofenziva prosinec 1942 - srpen 1943)." Fronta.cz (22. 11. 2003). ^ Haslam, Jonathan. "Book Review: David M. Glantz, Zhukov's Greatest Defeat: The Red Army's Epic Disaster in Operation Mars, 1942." The American Historical Review, Vol. 105, No. 4 (October, 2000), 1426-1428. ^ " Samuel Eliot Morison Prize previous winners". Society for Military History. Retrieved December 25, 2017.
ISBN.nu searchable book database Review of Stumbling Colossus
Interview with David Glantz
The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
Archived contents of Journal of Soviet Military Studies 1988-92
Glantz, David (October 11, 2001). "The Soviet-German War 1941-1945:
Myths and Realities: A Survey Essay".
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