September 20, 1962
Report by Permanent Representative to NATO Alessandrini, 'Emergency plans for Berlin'
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Report on NATO’s emergency plan to protect Berlin if the Soviets try to blockade the city. The plan consists of three parts: diplomatic negotiations, limited military action, and large-scale military action. Alessandrini outlines the conditions in which each phase would be implemented if Berlin finds itself under Soviet attack.
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