Series AC/93 - Second NATO Troop Information Course

COMMENTS ON THE COURSE AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE COURSES COMPTE RENDU DE REUNION

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AC/93

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Second NATO Troop Information Course

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  • 1955 (Creation)

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(1955)

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The AC/93 chronological series contains the records of the Second NATO Troop Information Course (hereinafter referred to as the Second Course). On the recommendation of the Committee on Information and Cultural Relations (CICR) (see C-M(54)53 dated 21 June 1954), the Council agreed that courses be held to inform the member nations' armed forces about NATO. (See C-R(54)27 dated 3 July 1954.) AC/52-D/85-REV1, produced on 31 March 1955, served as the terms of reference. On 29 June 1955, the Second Course held its closing meeting (see AC/93-R/1). It did not meet again.

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The AC/93 chronological series document reports on the activities of the Second Course. It was produced at the end of the only meeting which was held on the last day of training.

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The document is a record of a meeting (R).

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The document was circulated in NATO’s two official languages, English and French.

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