This collection of hundreds of recently declassified documents is designed to take stock of where we are twenty years after the collapse of East European Communism. It includes sensitive Soviet and Warsaw Pact military journals from 1961 to 1984 providing a view into Warsaw Pact military strategy.
After Communist regimes in Eastern Europe collapsed twenty years ago and the Soviet Union disintegrated two years later, immense opportunities for archival research opened.
Even though serious obstacles to archival work have persisted in Russia (which houses the central repositories of the Soviet regime), the archives of nearly all of the former Warsaw Pact countries are now fully or at least largely open. As a result, scholars have been able to explore many aspects of the Warsaw Pact that could only be guessed at in the past, including questions of military planning, force preparations and operations, nuclear command arrangements, and civil-military issues.
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- 2011: Book (42 p.,; ill.); and DVD.
- This seminar is designed to take stock of where we are twenty years after the collapse of East European Communism.
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- Warsaw Pact, Treaty of FriendshipSoviet East European Military Relations in Historical PerspectiveEastern EuropeSoviet UnionRussia
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