By W. Rees
This e-book appears on the attitudes and guidelines of the us and uk, within the past due Fifties, in the direction of the 3 significant alliances in Europe, the center East and South East Asia. Drawing upon a wealth of archival fabric, it analyses either the army dating among the USA and united kingdom and the level to which those international locations have been ready to cooperate with their allies in countering the threats to Western protection.
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34 Anglo-American Approaches to Alliance Security, 1955-60 For Britain, these included commitments to colonial and former colonial territories, such as Malaya in South East Asia and the Gulf states in the Middle East. Both countries required flexible and mobile forces that could operate over long distances and be supplied from the home base. The very unpredictability of limited war contingencies meant that there could be no clarity about what threats to prepare for and which to prioritise. 55 Throughout the period there was a growing recognition of the importance of this level of conflict and the priority that would be attached to it by allies of the United States and Britain.
The Navy then conceived that its role would be to keep the sea lanes open, to re-supply the various theatres of operation and to maintain command of the seas. The Army foresaw that its task would be to contribute to vital land engagements, both during and after the period of most intensive nuclear hostilities. Such views granted each service an important role amidst global war and justified additional resource allocations. 17 This debate was mirrored on the other side of the Atlantic among the British Chiefs of Staff.
A comprehensive defence of either country 20 Anglo-American Approaches to Alliance Security, 1955-60 from nuclear bombardment was considered unlikely but the US chose in 1955 to raise the priority of air defence. The weakness of the Soviet Union was its inability to conduct two-way bombing missions against targets in the whole of North America. It was estimated that it would not possess such a capability until late in the decade. Yet the US was fearful of a surprise attack and this fear was increased as evidence of Soviet investment in ballistic-missile technology became apparent.
Anglo American Approaches to Alliance Security, 1955-60 by W. Rees