Cover: Factors Affecting the Military Environment of North Norway

Factors Affecting the Military Environment of North Norway

Its History, International Relations, Physical Characteristics, and Balance of Military Forces

Published 1988

by James G. Terry

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Northern Europe has been remarkably stable since the end of World War II. This report discusses how certain factors — the history, international relations, physical characteristics, and the present balance of military forces of Northern Europe — have shaped the military environment of North Norway to make it unique among the theaters of military operations in the world.

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