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Deutsch: Truppenstärke der NATO-Mitgliedsstaaten in Europa und der Staaten des Warschauer Paktes 1959.
English: Troop strengths of NATO members in Europe, and of Warsaw Pact members, 1959.
Français : Effectifs militaires en Europe durant la guerre froide, 1959.
Tons de bleu : Pays membres de l'OTAN
Tons de rouge : Pays membres du pacte de Varsovie
Gris : pays neutres
Vert : pays non-aligné
Hachures : pays alliés d'une des deux organisations, mais non membre.
Date 2010-01-04 09:04 (UTC)

Original uploader was Wikifreund at de.wikipedia

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