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Questions of Defence


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Six episodes in the history of NATO 5: It Was all
Jimmy Carter 's Fault
The Enhanced Radiation Weapon - the so-called neutron bomb - became the centre of an emotional debate at the end of the 1970s which put considerable strain on relations inside NATO, and particularly on relations between the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany. What went wrong?
Introduced by John Barry with David Aaron
Zbigniew Brzezinski
James Schlesinger and Walther Stiitzle
Film editor TONY Williams
Produced by HOWARD SMITH (R) (e)


Unknown: Jimmy Carter
Introduced By: John Barry
Unknown: David Aaron
Unknown: Zbigniew Brzezinski
Unknown: James Schlesinger
Unknown: Walther Stiitzle
Editor: Tony Williams
Produced By: Howard Smith

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Questions of Defence

BBC One London, 3 March 1987 23.00

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