Yeah, I was thinking the same thing while translating it! 8-)
Seriously, most of it is pretty much a straight assessment by the Soviet General Staff of what took place. They seem to place little or no trust in the KPA view of events (the chapter on the start of the war was the one where the General Staff had to VERY reluctantly admit the US and ROK were right that the DPRK started the war!) but present the tactics taught to them and those used by the Chinese pretty much verbatim.
The "Unified Air Army" is virtually a by-the-book account of the Soviet Air Forces work in Korea and not the KPAFAC, which had virtually ceased to exist about six weeks after the war began.
More to follow, but I only translate so fast...