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What's the proxy war that the USSR spent most resources on?

I agree that Afghanistan war was costly, but this is definitely not a proxy war in the sense that USSR decided to attack a country that later was partially supported by the USA, only because it was ...
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When in 1980s did travel to and from USSR became possible?

Travel to "friendly" countries and for professional reasons There was legal travel to "friendly" countries (like Bulgaria, East Germany), provided being in good standing with the ...
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Was there communist opposition to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan?

Question: Was there communist opposition to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan? When Soviet tanks rolled into Afghanistan in December 1979, it wasn't just the West that recoiled in shock. (Boycotting ...
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When in 1980s did travel to and from USSR became possible?

Soviets traveled abroad, but it wasn't freedom of international movement. I doubt people could perform personal trips abroad. Soviet citizen had to apply to the Soviet tourist agency and travel with a ...
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At what point did Soviet armored units have qualitative parity with Wehrmacht armored units?

Try get the book “Storm of Steel: The Development of Armor Doctrine in Germany and the Soviet Union, 1919-1939” (Cornell University Press: Ithaca and London, 2003. Also, by formal specifications, by ...
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