Accession Number : AD0804368

Title :   NATIONAL STRATEGIC CONCEPTS AND THE CHANGING NATURE OF MODERN WAR. VOLUME III. IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT EXPERIENCE.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.

Corporate Author : HISTORICAL EVALUATION AND RESEARCH ORGANIZATION DUNN LORING VA

Personal Author(s) : Dupuy, Trevor N. ; Hammerman, Gay M.

Report Date : 31 JUL 1966

Pagination or Media Count : 324

Abstract : Contents: Case Studies of Conflict Experience Since World War II; Berlin (1948-1949, 1960-1961); Korea (1950-1953); Great Power Response to the Hungarian Revolution (October-November 1956); Suez (1956); Incidents in the Middle East (1958-1961); The Quemoy Crisis (1958); Malaya (1948-1960); Cuba--The Bay of Pigs Operation (1961); Laos (1954-1962); Cuba--The Missile Crisis and the Great Power Response (October 1962); Conflict in the Congo (1960-1965); British Intervention in East Africa (January 1964); Relationship of Military Force to Political Objectives in Internal War; Relationship of Military Force to Political Objectives in General War; and Observations on Study Papers.

Descriptors :   (*MILITARY STRATEGY, ATTITUDES(PSYCHOLOGY)), (*STRATEGIC WARFARE, AIR FORCE RESEARCH), HISTORY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, COLD WAR, INSURGENCY, COUNTERINSURGENCY, GUERRILLA WARFARE, UNITED STATES, USSR, MILITARY OPERATIONS, MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS, NUCLEAR WEAPONS, ECONOMICS, TREATIES, HUNGARY, EASTERN EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST, FAR EAST, CUBA, LAOS, BERLIN, SOUTH KOREA, GEOGRAPHY.

Subject Categories : Unconventional Warfare

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE