This 1980 RAND Report, prepared for the Office of Political Analysis, Central Intelligence Agency, updates the 1977 RAND Report on the Yugoslav military elite.
A. Ross Johnson with the assistance of Jeanette A. Koch, 'The Yugoslav Military Elite' [Approved for Release, February 6, 2019]
This document was made possible with support from MacArthur Foundation
This 1977 RAND Report, prepared for the Office of Political Analysis, Central Intelligence Agency, analyses the evolution of the leadership of the Yugoslav People’s Army between 1945 and 1976. It combines statistical biographic analysis of the transformation of the Yugoslav military elite with qualitative historical analysis. It includes appendices on data sources, the ethnic and regional composition of Yugoslavia, career characteristics of the military elite, and opinion polls of the Yugoslav military.
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