NATO and the defense of the West, by Prince Hubertus zu Lowenstein and Volkmar von Zuhlsdorff. Translated by Edward Fitzgerald.

; Zuhlsdorff, Volkmar von
New York, Praeger [1963] .

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Other Authors Zuhlsdorff, Volkmar von.
Subjects North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Description viii, 383 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
©1962
Notes Translation of Die Verteidigung des Westens.
Contents The right to self-defense -- Pax Atlantica -- The defense of Europe -- When the west disarmed -- From the Prague defenestration to NATO -- An alliance of peace -- The growth of the atlantic community -- European headquarters -- The nuclear defense of the west -- The capital of the free world -- The work of the international secretariat -- NATO and emergency planning -- The North Atlantic Council -- Fontainebleau, headquarters allied forces central Europe -- Great Britain and the Benelux countries -- France and the North Atlantic pact -- Under four flags -- The new German army -- The new Luftwaffe -- The new German navy -- Northern Europe -- Headquarters allied forces southern Europe -- Graeco-Turkist defense -- The front in Italy -- Malta, bastion of the Medterranean -- Talks in the Pentagon -- America defends world peace -- General staff of the free world -- Freedom -- the mission of the west.
Geographic Area North America
Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00970388
(OCoLC)970388
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