Ambiguity and Deterrence: British Nuclear Strategy, 1945-1964

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Key Personnel
ACHESON, Dean US Secretary of State, 1949-53.
ALEXANDER, A. V. Minister of Defence, 1946-50.
ALEXANDER of Tunis, Earl Minister of Defence, 1952-4.
AMERY, Julian Secretary of State for Air, 1960-2; Minister for Aviation, 1962-4.
AMORY, D. Heathcoat Chancellor of Exchequer, 1958-60.
ATTLEE, Clement British Prime Minister, 1945-51.
BALL, George US Under-Secretary of State, 1961-6.
BIRCH, Nigel Secretary of State for Air, 1955-7.
BLIGH, Timothy Principal Private Secretary to PM, 1959-64.
BOWIE, Robert R. US Assistant Secretary of State for Policy Planning, 1955-7; Director, Center for International Affairs, Harvard, 1957-62.
BOYLE, Marshal Sir Dermot A. Chief of Air Staff, 1957-9.
BROADHURST, Air Chief Marshal Sir Harry AOC Bomber Command, 1956-9.
BROOK, Sir Norman Secretary of the Cabinet, 1947-62.
BRUNDRETT, Sir Frederick Scientific Advisor, Ministry of Defence, and Chairman, DRPC, 1954-9.
BUNDY, McGeorge US Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1961-6.
BURKE, Admiral Arleigh US Chief of Naval Operations, 1955-61.
CACCIA, Sir Harold British Ambassador, Washington, 1956-61; Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, 1962-5.
CARRINGTON, Lord First Lord of the Admiralty, 1962.
CHILVER, Richard C. Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Defence, 1957- 60.
COCKBURN, Sir Robert Guided Weapons and Electronics, Ministry of Supply, 1956-9; Chief Scientist, Ministry of Aviation, 1959-64,
COOK, Sir William Deputy Director, AWRE Aldermaston, 1954-8; Reactors Division, UKAEA, 1961-4.
CUNNINGHAM, Admiral Sir John First Sea Lord, 1946-8.
DAVIS, Air Commodore John G. Director of Plans, Air Ministry, 1955- 8.
DEAN, Sir Maurice J. Permanent Under-Secretary, Air Ministry, 1955- 63.
DEAN, Sir Patrick Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, 1956-60.

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