BooknewsExplores Norway's place in the strategic policies of the Eisenhower administration with particular emphasis on the operational level of American policy as expressed through the activities and plans of government agencies and armed services. Argues that Norway was valuable as a support in efforts to obtain intelligence on developments in the USSR; as an early warning outpost; as a central player in American naval strategy; and as an important ally, especially in the Nordic region. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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