Author: S. Filshtinsky
NATO AUTUMN MANOEUVRES
The recent NATO autumn manoeuvres, covering an area from the North Cape to the Eastern Mediterranean, were the biggest since the Second World War. The press reports that they involved 120,000 men, up to 500 U.S., British, French, Canadian, Norwegian, Dutch, Portuguese, West German and other warships, and about 1,000 U.S. planes...
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|Article Title||NATO AUTUMN MANOEUVRES|
|Source||International Affairs, No.11, Vol.3, 1957, page(s):96-97|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis-Moscow, USA-Russia|