UNITED STATES NATIONAL SECURITY
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE (ARMY) WASHINGTON DC
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This study is intended as an aid to policy-makers, planners, researchers and students involved in matters pertaining to the national security of the U. S. This publication consists of approximately 1,000 unclassified titles of magazine articles, reports, books, and other materials in the holdings of the Army Library, and covers a period of two years, from early 1954 through May 1956. As a further aid to the user each title is followed by an abstract. This bibliography has been limited to literature describing only some of the countries of the world although national security interests of the U. S. as a world power are involved in all the areas of the globe. Africa, and Latin America, for example, have been omitted because of space and time limitations, and it is anticipated that these and other areas will be treated in subsequent studies. Because the subject of guided missiles, both U. S. and foreign, has been presented in the Army Librarys Special Bibliography No. 4, 20 April 56, references to guided missiles have been excluded from this study.