A Cardboard Castle? An Inside History of the Warsaw Pact, 1955-1991

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Table of Contents
Editors' Preface and Acknowledgementsxvii
Acronyms and Abbreviationsxxi
Chronology of Eventsxxv
THE WARSAW PACT AS HISTORY by VOJTECH MASTNY1
PART ONE – THE FORMATIVE YEARS

Document No. 1:

The Warsaw Treaty, May 14, 1955

77

Document No. 2:

Statute of the Warsaw Treaty Unified Command, September 7, 1955

80

Document No. 3:

Imre Nagy's Telegram to Diplomatic Missions in Budapest Declaring Hungary's Neutrality, November 1, 1956

83

Document No. 4:

Gen. Jan Drzewiecki's Critique of the Statute of the Unified Command, November 3, 1956

84

Document No. 5:

Polish Memorandum on Reform of the Warsaw Pact, January 10, 1957

87

Document No. 6:

Gen. Drzewiecki's Interview regarding Memorandum on Reform of the Warsaw Pact, May 8, 1997

91

Document No. 7:

Soviet Directives to the Czechoslovak Army on Operational and Combat Preparations, September 25, 1957

93

Document No. 8:

Draft of a Warsaw Pact-NATO Non-aggression Treaty, May 24, 1958

95

Document No. 9:

Marshal Ivan Konev's Analysis of a Czechoslovak Army Operational Exercise, March 31–April 7, 1959

97

Document No. 10:

Conclusions from the Operational Exercise of the Czechoslovak Army, March 31–April 7, 1959

100

Document No. 11:

East German Description of a West German Plan for the Occupation of the GDR, July 29, 1959

102

Document No. 12:

Warsaw Pact Views of NATO's Plans and Capabilities, April 28, 1960

105

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