This bibliography is restricted to secondary sources only, despite the fact that a great many primary sources were employed in the research for the book. Many United Nations and United States documents are quoted and cited throughout the text, but they are too numerous and scattered to permit listing here. The serious scholar who is not already familiar with them is referred to the excellent bibliography prepared by Harry Moskowitz and Jack Roberts, of the U. S. Army Library, entitled Disarmament: A Bibliographic Record, 1916-1960, Washington, D. C.: Joint Chiefs of Staff, May, 1960. Generally speaking, the hearings and reports of the following Congressional committees will be found most useful: Senate Subcommittee on Disarmament (Foreign Relations), Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, House Military Operations Subcommittee, and House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittees on Military Appropriations.
This listing of secondary sources is selective rather than exhaustive, according to the following criteria. I have omitted a large number of technical articles from such journals as Air Force, Missiles and Rockets, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Aviation Week, Science, New Scientist, Aircraft, and so on. Much of the information in the text is derived from these journals, and where appropriate, they are cited in footnotes. In the same category are most of the materials from the professional military journals such as Military Affairs, Army-Navy-Air Force Journal, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, and so on. A few items from these two