Item SHAPE and Allied Command Europe 1951-1971 - SHAPE and Allied Command Europe 1951-1971. Twenty years in the service of peace and security

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SHAPE and Allied Command Europe 1951-1971

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SHAPE and Allied Command Europe 1951-1971. Twenty years in the service of peace and security

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  • 1971-01-01 (Creation)

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181 pages

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A book written to commemorate
the twentieth anniversary of the activation on 2 April 1951 of Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) and Allied Command Europe. The book brings together articles on the history, importance and challenges of SHAPE. These articles are scheduled
to appear simultaneously in a special issue of NATO's Fifteen Nations magazine devoted to the anniversary.
The authors — all members of Allied Command Europe — represent not only a variety of nationalities but also a wide
range of knowledge and experience covering the most significant areas of interest and concern to this command.

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All content taken from NATO and republished must be clearly credited or sourced to NATO. For material that was not produced by NATO’s own information service (the Information Division, the Office of Information and Press, etc) or that contains copyrighted material from third parties, requests must be addressed directly to the originator.

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