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Readings on the Cold War NROS Course 407 National Strategy in the Cold War

by Gastrock, M. D. (preface)

Condition: Good


Washington D.C.: Bureau of Naval Personnel, 1964. Wraps. Good. iv, 739 pages. Plain green printed covers. Faded plain spine, several dings and dents to rear cover and pages. Clean and bright internally. Wraps. 'This volume of readings has been compiled for use as a text in connection with NROS Course 407, National Strategy in the Cold War. The information contained herein may not reflect past or present-day official policy; however, it can provide a greater depth of understanding in regard to present-day policies and to how policy has evolved. This book of readings is authorized for use as a text for NROS course 407., M. D. Gastrock, Captain, USN.' (preface) Opening address was by Admiral Arleigh A Burke, USN Chief of Naval Operations. Marked FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. A collection of reprints from various sources. Interesting as a view into what teachers at the time thought relevant to highlight in this area. Scarce, only one copy in OCLC/Worldcat at NHC.
  • Bookseller: Kuenzig Books, ABAA/ILAB US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 19149
  • Title: Readings on the Cold War NROS Course 407 National Strategy in the Cold War
  • Author: Gastrock, M. D. (preface)
  • Format/binding: Wraps
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Bureau of Naval Personnel
  • Place: Washington D.C.
  • Date published: 1964
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