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NATO Strategy Documents
1949 - 1969
NATO Strategy Documents
1949 - 1969
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D.C. 629th November 1949Pages 1 - , incl.NOTE BY THE SECRETARYto theNORTH ATLANTIC DEFENSE COMMITTEEonTHE STRATEGIC CONCEPT FOR THEDEFENCE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC AREAThe enclosed report, approved by the Military Committee at itsmeeting on 29 November 1949, is submitted for consideration by theNorth Atlantic Defense Committee.C.H. DONNELLY,Colonel, USASecretaryD.C. 6- 1 -
 
NATO Strategy Documents
1949 - 1969
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NATO Strategy Documents
1949 - 1969
 
NATO Strategy Documents
1949 - 1969
NATO Strategy Documents
1949 - 1969
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ENCLOSUREREVISED STRATEGIC CONCEPT FOR THE DEFENSEOF THE NORTH ATLANTIC AREAIPREAMBLE1.The attainment of the objectives of the North Atlantic Treatyrequires the integration by the parties to the Treaty of thosepolitical, economic, and psychological, as well as purely militarymeans, which are essential to the defense of the North Atlantic area.Of particular significance is the requirement that the objectives ofthe North Atlantic Treaty be accomplished in accordance with thepurposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations. Theparties to the Atlantic Treaty have declared:“They are determined to safeguard the freedom, common heritage,and civilization of their peoples, founded on the principles ofdemocracy, individual liberty, and the rule of law.“They seek to promote stability and well-being in the NorthAtlantic Area.“The are resolved to unite their efforts for collective defenseand for the preservation of peace and security.”2.
For the purpose of, first, preventing war, and, second,insuring in the event of war the effective application of themilitary and industrial strength of the Treaty nations in acommon defense, the military means available to the nations ofthe North Atlantic Treaty must be effectively coordinated.As a basis for such coordination a common strategic concept forthe defense of the North Atlantic area must serve as the
D.C. 6Enclosure- 2 -

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