Redeployment Reconsidered: Rumsfeld, Gates, and the U.S. Presence in Germany

For over half a century the Federal Republic of Germany has been and still is the single most important host nation for the U.S. military in Europe. At any given point during the Cold War, nearly three-fourths of the European-based forces
were stationed there, or approximately 250,000 personnel…

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