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The General War Scenario

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Abstract

The Warsaw Treaty Organisation (WTO) consists of the following members: The Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria. The treaty was signed in May 1955 and it formally legalised Soviet military presence in, and ‘protection’ of, its East European allies.

Keywords

Polish Force Polish Unit Polish Military Trade Union Movement Warsaw Pact 
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Notes and References

  1. 1.
    Dale R. Herspring, ‘The Warsaw Pact at 25’, Problems of Communism vol.XXIX (Sept.—Oct. 1980) p.7.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    John M. Collins, American and Soviet Military Trends, with a special introduction by Congressman John B. Breckinridge (Washington DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1978), p. 363.Google Scholar
  3. 15.
    Reinhold Neuer, ‘The 6th Pomorski Airborne Division — An Elite Unit of the Polish People’s Army’, Truppenpraxis vol.22, no.8 (August 1978), pp. 647–652, trans. Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS), 72035 0043 (12 October 1978), p.48.Google Scholar

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© Edmund Walendowski 1988

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