In light of the current struggles in the Caucasus, the author reviews the wars of the 19th century, the struggles between the mountain tribes of the Northern Caucasus under the leadership of Imam Shamil and the forces of Tsarist Russia.
The book offered to readers is devoted to completely different operations of the Second World War: the occupation of Denmark and Norway in April-June 1940, the battles in Southern Europe in 1940-1941, as well as the fighting in the North Caucasus in the spring of 1943. In three theaters of military operations remote from each other, the armies of different states were confronting each other. But still, there is one single principle that combines the 'battles of different peoples' that are so dissimilar to each other - these are air and sea landings that the warring parties carried out in the operations presented.
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