University of Calgary

Alexander A. Hill

  • Professor

Currently Teaching

Not currently teaching any courses.

Biography

After having been a Teaching Fellow in Russian at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Lecturer in History at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and Lecturer in Contemporary Russian History at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London Alexander Hill joined the Department of History as an Assistant Professor in Military History in the summer of 2004.
Dr Hill’s main interests are in military history and the military and political history of Russia and the Soviet Union since c.1914. His research is concerned primarily with Soviet military, naval and strategic history. He has written on:

*The nature and military effectiveness of the Soviet partisan movement in north-west Russia, 1941-1944

*The development of Soviet naval power in the Arctic to 1945

*The significance of British 'Lend-Lease' aid for the Soviet war effort, 1941-1945

*The development of the Soviet Red Army, from the early 1920s to 1945

In addition to continuing work on the Red Army to 1945, he is currently examining the nature and significance of Soviet military assistance to national liberation movements and governments in Africa during the Cold War.

Under publications, although all books published are listed, articles listed are only the most recent. A more complete list of publications can be found on my Google Scholar page - link above.

Journal of Slavic Military Studies

Please email submissions to martijnlak@gmail.com

The Red Army and the Second World War

The Red Army and the Second World War - cover

The Military History Group

 

I am a member of the Military History Group at the University of Calgary. Click the Facebook link at the top of the page for the group's Facebook page.

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