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--Superpower Soviet Union ── A monster nation of the 20th century that shook the world with overwhelming military power.
――How did they build a huge military force?
――And what is the `identity` of their military power?
--Mr. Masaru Tada, who is known as a physicist and one of the leading Soviet weapons researchers in Japan, will explain Soviet's unique weapons development, which is completely different from the western part!
--A systematic explanation of the development of weapons from the Great Patriotic War (WWII) to the present Russian Federation, along with abundant illustrations.
-[Strategic Weapons] explains mainly the nuclear force that divided the United States and the world.
--Intercontinental ballistic missile: What is a ballistic missile?
--From the perspective of physics, which the author specializes in, technically explains ballistic missiles, which are the strongest weapons of humankind.
--Follow the development history of liquid fuel type, solid fuel type (and mobile launch type).
--Ocean-launched ballistic missile: A Soviet nuclear-powered nuclear-powered submarine that shook the west during the Cold War.
――However, there were many technical issues in the development of submarine-launched ballistic missiles !?
--Submarine: A Soviet submarine that boasted an overwhelming force that was three times that of the United States at its peak.
――Why did you have so many numbers?
-Complete explanation of the genealogy of Soviet submarines that have developed in a wide variety of ways.
--Water battleships and aircraft cruisers: Real images of the `anti-ship` and` anti-submarine` fleets pursued by the Soviet Union to challenge the world's strongest fleet, the US aircraft carrier mobile fleet, and to protect the strategic original submarine of allies.
-<Author> Masaru Tada (Associate Professor, Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization)
-<Cover Illustration> Hayami Rasenjin
-<Illustration of text> Sankuma, EM-chin
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )