Ambiguity and Deterrence: British Nuclear Strategy, 1945-1964

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Abbreviations
AEA Atomic Energy Authority
AEC Atomic Energy Commission
ALBM air-launched ballistic missile
ANF Atlantic Nuclear Force
ASM air-to-surface missile
AWRE Atomic Weapons Research Establishment
BAOR British Army of the Rhine
BJSM British Joint Staff Mission, Washington
BMEWS Ballistic Missile Early Warning System
BNDSG British Nuclear Deterrent Study Group
CAS Chief of the Air Staff
CDS Chief of the Defence Staff
CENTO Central Treaty Organisation
CEP circular error probable
CIGS Chief of the Imperial General Staff
CND Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
COS Chiefs of Staff
COSC Chiefs of Staff Committee
DCAS Deputy Chief of the Air Staff
DCNS Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff
DOD Department of Defense
DRPC Defence Research Policy Committee
EDC European Defence Community
FO Foreign Office
GNP gross national product
ICBM inter-continental ballistic missile
IOC initial operational capability
IRBM intermediate-range ballistic missile
JCS Joint Chiefs of Staff
JIC Joint Intelligence Committee
JPS Joint Planning Staff
KT kiloton
MLF multilateral nuclear force
MOD Ministry of Defence
MRBM medium-range ballistic missile

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