Image of the Wehrmacht in Federal German Society and in the Tradition of the Bundeswehr / Occasional Paper #3
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The collapse of the Soviet civil-military system in 1989-91 has led to the enlargement of Euro-Atlantic democratic civil-military relations and military professionalism into central and eastern Europe.2 Since 1990, this process has featured prominently in the reform of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, whose “Partnership for Peace” has emphasized the need to place political ideals of security, defense and military service on a democratic footing in the sphere beyond the Elbe, Danube, Moldau and Vistula.
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