Warsaw Pact Forces

Warsaw Pact Forces

Walesa, Lech, 167-168, 171, 175 Warsaw, 23, 28, 49, 98, 129, 134, 162, 165, 174, 184 Domestic Service, 167, 173 MD, 170-172 Warsaw Pact, 136, 139, 157, 176, 214 preamble and treaty articles, 3-4, 13, 17 25th anniversary, 162 24$

Author: Jeffrey Simon

Publisher: Westview Press

ISBN: UCAL:B4967370

Category: History

Page: 246

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Om politik og militær i Warszawapagtens lande på forskellige tidspunkter i perioden 1962-1982.
Categories: History

NATO Warsaw Pact

NATO Warsaw Pact

Table 1.1 : NATO and Warsaw Pact Force Reductions Proposed by NATO NATO estimate of current forces Number to be eliminated NATO Proposed limitsa Category Tanks NATO Warsaw Pact 20,000 20,000 22,224 51,500 2,224 31,500 Artillery NATO ...

Author: United States. General Accounting Office

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105127305121

Category: Strategic forces

Page: 20

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Categories: Strategic forces

The Warsaw Pact

The Warsaw Pact

THE WARSAW PACT ITS ROLE IN SOVIET BLOC AFFAIRS SUMMARY The Warsaw Pact was created in May 1955 by the USSR as a political response to West Germany's rearmament and admission to ΝΑΤΟ . The establishment of the pact was in part an ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112104104465

Category: Warsaw Treaty

Page: 49

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Categories: Warsaw Treaty

The Warsaw Pact Reconsidered

The Warsaw Pact Reconsidered

accordingly seemed to safeguard its members' integrity both individually and collectively.38 The Warsaw Treaty thus upgraded its Eastern European members from Soviet satellites to sovereign states, at least on paper.39 The treaty ...

Author: Laurien Crump

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317555308

Category: Social Science

Page: 322

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The Warsaw Pact is generally regarded as a mere instrument of Soviet power. In the 1960s the alliance nevertheless evolved into a multilateral alliance, in which the non-Soviet Warsaw Pact members gained considerable scope for manoeuvre. This book examines to what extent the Warsaw Pact inadvertently provided its members with an opportunity to assert their own interests, emancipate themselves from the Soviet grip, and influence Soviet bloc policy. Laurien Crump traces this development through six thematic case studies, which deal with such well known events as the building of the Berlin Wall, the Sino-Soviet Split, the Vietnam War, the nuclear question, and the Prague Spring. By interpreting hitherto neglected archival evidence from archives in Berlin, Bucharest, and Rome, and approaching the Soviet alliance from a radically novel perspective, the book offers unexpected insights into international relations in Eastern Europe, while shedding new light on a pivotal period in the Cold War.
Categories: Social Science

Warsaw Pact and the Balkans

Warsaw Pact and the Balkans

Confining Romanian troops to their own borders also limited potentially dangerous contacts with the Pact's other ... Unlike every other Warsaw Pact state, the current Treaty does not require signatories to respond automatically to an ...

Author: Jonathan Eyal

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349099412

Category: Political Science

Page: 246

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An analysis of the defence policies of the Warsaw Pact Southern Tier in the Balkans as well as the military posture of Yugoslavia and Albania. The book concentrates on capabilities rather than assumed intentions, seeking to highlight the military realities of the region.
Categories: Political Science

Warsaw Pact Ground Forces

Warsaw Pact Ground Forces

The Rôle of the Warsaw Pact The official designation of what is commonly referred to in both the East and West as the Warsaw Pact is the 'Agreement on Friendship, Co-ordination, and Mutual Assistance'. The agreement was signed on 14 May ...

Author: Gordon L. Rottman

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781782004479

Category: History

Page: 64

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While much has been published on the armed forces of the USSR during the 1980s, surprisingly little is available on the forces supplied by the other member nations of the Warsaw Pact. Rivalling the size of the United States Army, the combined ground forces of the six non-Soviet Warsaw Pact countries totalled over 775,000 active troops, with almost two million ground forces reserves. This book examines the history, organization and uniforms of the often overlooked DDR, Czechoslovak, Polish, Bulgarian, Hungarian and Romanian forces at the end of the Cold War.
Categories: History

The Warsaw Pact and Nuclear Nonproliferation 1963 1965

The Warsaw Pact and Nuclear Nonproliferation  1963 1965

Another issue discussed at the conference , but not referred to in the final communiqué , was an East German proposal , backed by the USSR , to institute regular meetings of the Warsaw Pact foreign ministers . Dej did not understand the ...

Author: Douglas Eugene Selvage

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000062166917

Category: Nuclear arms control

Page: 46

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Categories: Nuclear arms control

NATO and Warsaw Pact Weapons Production Trends 1975 1989

NATO and Warsaw Pact Weapons Production Trends  1975 1989

Summary Table 1a ( Continued ) NATO & Warsaw Pact Production By Country / Alliance Listed Cumulative 1975-1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 Othor Military Helicopters US Non - US NATO NATO Total 0 1,275 1,275 0 275 275 5 ...

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ISBN: UCLA:L0074643834

Category: Defense industries

Page: 58

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Categories: Defense industries

The Warsaw Pact Its Role in Soviet Bloc Affairs

The Warsaw Pact  Its Role in Soviet Bloc Affairs

Page III 1 THE WARSAW PACT SummaryHistory of the Organization ---- The Warsaw Pact Today and Its Value to the USSR .--Benefits Derived by Eastern Europe from the Pact ... Problems Within the Pact ... 1 9 14 15 ง 7 9 13 Charts Bilateral ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Government Operations

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105045342909

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Alliance Behavior In The Warsaw Pact

Alliance Behavior In The Warsaw Pact

This book is an effort to address these questions with respect to one of the world's two principal alliances in the late twentieth century, the Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO or Warsaw Pact). The origin of this project was my ...

Author: Daniel N. Nelson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429712227

Category: Political Science

Page: 134

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How do alliances, in the aggregate, "behave"? What explains the actions and performance of alliances? Within alliances, how do members' actions and performance vary, and what explains that variance? This book addresses these questions with respect to one of the world's principal alliances of the late twentieth century, the Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO), also known as the Warsaw Pact. The author argues that though we understand a great deal about the military hardware of the Warsaw Pact, little is known about its reliability, cohesiveness, and the distribution of military burden within it--all key variables, he argues, in influencing change in alliance behavior. In each chapter he offers a new way to measure one of these variables and suggests possible explanations for variance. In addition, he examines the effect East-West relations have on cohesion and how Warsaw Pact allies have distributed the defense effort in the past. A concluding chapter is devoted to an empirical assessment of Warsaw Pact alliance behavior, combining indicators of cohesion, reliability, and burden-sharing in a general portrait of the WTO as a collective actor in international politics.
Categories: Political Science