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Kitab Misbah Ul Anam Wa Jila Al Zalam Fi Radd /  - مصباح الأنام وجلاء الظلام في ردّ شبه البدعي 
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################ Sri Katyayani Vratam Online book store చాగంటి వారు సూచించిన …. శ్రీ కాత్యాయనీ వ్రతం Author: చల్లా రామగణపతి ప్రసాద శాస్త్రి Pages : 42 https://devullu.com/books/sri-katyayani-vratam/ ############## ఈ వ్రతము వివాహము కావలసిన కన్యలకు కల్పవృక్షం వంటిది....
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Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
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A book-in-progress about the linux kernel and its insides. The goal is simple  - to share my modest knowledge about the insides of the linux kernel and help people who are interested in linux kernel insides, and other low-level subject matter. - @0xAX Archived by Unglue.it
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Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5626278-2018-04080-F-Duvall-Acknowledgment-Letter.html
This briefing paper was prepared as background information for General Dwight D. Eisenhower, who had become president of Columbia University. Explaining the Berlin Crisis and blockade, the report gave background on the London conference of the U.S. and its British and French allies and their decisions to reform the currency in the zones of West Germany that they occupied and to move toward a separate West German government. The Western allies had also agreed on measures to prevent the...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448690-Document-01-Memorandum-for-Major-General.html
This report, submitted by an unknown CIA official, described this event’s civilian and military participants and the ships and installations in the harbor area of this important Far East Soviet city. Undoubtedly, similar reports were submitted by State Department officials and service attachés soon after each parade. However, most remain classified.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627924-Document-01-Vladivostok-May-Day-Parade-and-Ships.html
Prepared while the Truman administration was developing its final position for the forthcoming May 1949 Conference of Foreign Ministers, this paper by Henry Byroade offered perspective on Washington's shorter-term preference for a divided Germany so that the new West German state could be tightly integrated with its Western European neighbors. According to Byroade, early action leading to reunification, even if a unified Germany was closely tied to the West at the beginning, posed too many...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448691-Document-02-Henry-Byroade-Acting-Deputy-Director.html
Also prepared on the eve of the CFM, this CIA estimate includes extended discussion of the German question noting that Germany the real issue before the Conference was not the German settlement, but "the long-term control of German power," "who is going to control German potential and thus hold the balance of power in Europe."
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448692-Document-03-Central-Intelligence-Agency-Review.html
On the eve of the CFM, Secretary of State Dean Acheson briefed a secret executive session of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on U.S. objectives. As a condition for U.S. acceptance of a CFM, the Soviets had ended the Berlin blockade and the Western Allies halted their counter-blockade of East Germany. While the Soviets supported proposals for German unification, Acheson had no interest in reaching a German settlement because he feared that it would "involve delay or postponement or...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448693-Document-04-Consultation-Prior-to-the-Foreign.html
After the outbreak of the Korean War, senior U.S. officials, deeply worried about the possibility of Soviet military and political pressure on Western Europe, believed that it was necessary to make West German military potential available to NATO in the event of war. Yet even as they dropped the project to disarm Germany top officials assumed the need for controls over any new German forces. One voice in favor of new arrangements was U.S. High Commissioner to West Germany John J. McCloy, but he...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448694-Document-05-U-S-High-Commission-in-West-Germany.html
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Based on observations and photography of aircraft at the May Day parade and its rehearsals, this CIA memo estimated the technical specifications of the new jet heavy bomber and new jet medium bomber. The United States and NATO soon designated the former BISON and the latter BADGER. Both were seen in flight and photographed for the first time at these events. Development of bombers was a top priority intelligence objective because they greatly increased the nuclear threat to the United States...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627925-Document-02-Memo-on-Soviet-Type-37-and-Type-39.html
To bring West German forces into a regional security arrangement, the Truman administration developed a plan for a European Defense Community (EDC) that received strong support from Eisenhower when he became president in January 1953. The plan collapsed in August 1954, when the French National Assembly voted for the EDC partly because they did not want to share an army with the Germans. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had made a major personal and political investment in the EDC and...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448695-Document-06-Assistant-Secretary-of-State-for.html
In this conversation with French Ambassador Henri Bonnet, Secretary of State Dulles made clear his unhappiness over the collapse of the EDC. While Washington "would not do anything... to hinder the European nations from arriving at the best solution possible," Europe "could not expect the same support from the U.S. that it had been prepared to give to a true European community." That worried Bonnet who observed that if U.S. troops did not remain in Europe it would be...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448697-Document-08-Memorandum-of-Conversation-Exchange.html
During this conversation with U.S. Ambassador C. Douglas Dillon, Mendes-France indicated the convergence of his and British thinking on West German admission into NATO. He told Dillon that French opinion objected to West German membership. but because the U.S. and key allies supported the British plan, he wanted to make it more "palatable" to domestic opinion. Favoring the idea of using the Brussels Treaty and Western European Union as a substitute for the EDC, he wanted "an...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448698-Document-09-U-S-Embassy-France-telegram-1135-to.html
On 11 September, a few weeks before the Nine-Power Conference, British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden brought his plan to bring West Germany into NATO to the foreign ministers of the Benelux countries (Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg), a predecessor of today's European Union. Luxembourg's Prime Minister Joseph Bech provided a secret record of the meeting to Wiley Buchanan, chargé d'affaires at the U.S. Embassy to Luxembourg (later becoming ambassador). During the British-Benelux meeting,...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448696-Document-07-Nine-Power-Meeting-September-28-29.html
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This evidently was an outline of a briefing given to the National Security Council. The presence of up to ten BISONs flying together in rehearsals for the upcoming May Day parade and estimates of Soviet production capacity led the Air Force to increase dramatically the numbers that it believed would be deployed in coming years. It had previously estimated that the aircraft would not be in operational units until the end of 1956 and that only 50 would be in service by mid-1957. The Air Force now...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627926-Document-03-National-Security-Council-Briefing.html
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Along with the new bombers, the May Day parade in Moscow also displayed several new or modified artillery pieces, including a 200mm gun-howitzer.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627927-Document-04-Excerpt-from-Current-Intelligence.html
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This entry discussed the key speech at the November parade in the Soviet capital. The military hardware in the parade was of "modest proportions" and did not include any new aircraft or ground force equipment.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627928-Document-05-Excerpt-from-Current-Intelligence.html
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This parade displayed little military hardware, but Defense Minister Georgy Zhukov's speech was notable in several respects, including its lack of belligerency.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627929-Document-06-National-Security-Council-Briefing.html
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This CIA memo listed the aircraft that participated and the presence of refueling probes on at least four BISONs. BISONs, BEARs, and BADGERs were bombers, the FLASHLIGHT A a reconnaissance aircraft, and the FARMER and FRESCO variants of the MiG fighter.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627930-Document-07-Memo-on-1957-Soviet-May-Day-Air.html
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This CIA memo described the observations made at long distances by the U.S. air attaché at the first rehearsal for the annual Moscow parade.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627932-Document-09-Memo-on-1958-SAF-Rehearsals-for-May.html
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This entry summarized the May Day celebrations for 1958 throughout the Sino-Soviet Bloc. In Moscow, the military portion of the parade was brief and did not contain any new equipment.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627933-Document-10-Excerpt-from-Current-Intelligence.html
Based on imagery, this joint Army-CIA-Navy report analyzed in detail the five missiles displayed for the first time. They included the SA-1B surface-to-air missile, a short-range ballistic missile with an estimated range of 15 nautical miles (nm), the SS-1 ballistic missile with an estimated range of 75-100 nm, a short-range ballistic missile with an estimated range of 35 nm, and the SS-3 ballistic missile with an estimated range of 350 nm. The United States and NATO eventually designated the...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627931-Document-08-Joint-Photographic-Intelligence.html
This was a CIA memo from the Guided Missiles Branch in the Directorate of Intelligence to the Requirements Branch in the same directorate. Although U.S. and British military attachés would be covering the upcoming May Day parade in Moscow, the Guided Missiles Branch requested coverage of the parades in other major Soviet cities to observe and photograph any missiles. With the redactions, it is cannot be determined what personnel would do this.
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This entry described the November parade in Moscow, in which the emphasis was on peaceful coexistence with the West and disarmament. Only ground force equipment was displayed, and the sole new weapon was a multiple rocket launcher.
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With the exception of two new artillery rockets, all the missiles displayed this year had been seen for the first time at the 1957 November parade. Analysts believed the SS-3 SHYSTER was deployed in the western USSR and possibly in East Germany.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627936-Document-13-National-Security-Council-Briefing.html
A report on the development of Colombia's national civilian intelligence organization traces the early history of the Rural Security Service, a "vigilante" force operating in rural Colombia that became the nucleus of the Administrative Department of Security (DAS), which was disbanded in 2011 following a series of scandals.
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This memo from the head of the Scientific and Technical Branch to the head of the Collection Division under the Army's Assistant Chief of Staff (Intelligence) stated that the close-up photography acquired during the May Day parade was an improvement over previous parade photography and was very useful. However, analysts needed additional high-resolution imagery of several weapons, including the SWATTER anti-tank missile and the BRDM armored vehicle that carried them. Additionally, if possible...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627937-Document-14-Memo-on-Moscow-Parade-Coverage-23.html
In 1963, with the Kennedy administration wondering about the direction of West German foreign policy, State Department intelligence analysts looked closely at Bonn's foreign policy and security goals and motivations. They also looked back at the 1922 Rapallo conference, when diplomats from Germany and the Soviet Union, both of which had tense relations with the World War I victors, met at a small town on the Italian Riviera and reached agreement on establishing diplomatic relations. The...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448700-Document-11-Thomas-L-Hughes-to-the-Acting.html
The CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center, which also included personnel from the military services, National Security Agency, and the Defense Intelligence Agency, prepared this report on the new surface-to-air missile displayed. The missile did not match any of the known surface-to-air missiles during this period and might have been an experimental vehicle.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627938-Document-15-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
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In this memo to the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, the head of the Collection Division expressed strong opposition to a proposal to bring undeveloped film of the Moscow parades to the Air Force’s Foreign Technology Division for processing and analysis. Immediately following these events, the U.S. attachés normally processed not only their film but also that taken by the British, Canadian, and French attachés. The U.S. attachés prepared preliminary reports, and couriers...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627939-Document-16-Memo-28-April-1964.html
From the photographs, this was the surface-to-air missile that the United States and NATO soon designated SA-4/GANEF.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627940-Document-17-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
The SKEAN, also designated SS-5, was a nuclear-tipped intermediate-range ballistic missile spotted in Moscow in 1964.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627941-Document-18-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
This report, prepared while the crisis over France's role in NATO was heating up, includes pithy descriptions of NATO's purposes, including "since 1950, to provide a 'place' for West Germany which will satisfy its reasonable aspirations and contain any potential unreasonable ones." Along the same lines, the post-World War II "revival of Germany was to be balanced and contained within organizations of which France was the principal other member." This might be one of the...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448701-Document-12-INR-Thomas-L-Hughes-to-the-Secretary.html
The GOA surface-to-air missile, observed in the Soviet capital in 1964, also had the U.S. and NATO designation of SA-3.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627942-Document-19-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
Soviet anti-ballistic missiles (ABMs) were a top priority of U.S. intelligence. U.S. and allied personnel apparently saw several GALOSH ABMs for the first time at the November 1964 parade. Although housed in canisters, the aft end of the booster was visible and the photography enabled analysts to make some measurements.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627943-Document-20-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
A monthly progress report from the "Public Safety Division" of the U.S. Embassy in Colombia includes a laundry list of items about developments in the conflict, including information about the nascent National Liberation Army (ELN) and efforts by DAS agents to infiltrate "subversive and terrorist groups" in Bogotá.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5332356-Document-02-Monthly-Report-of-Public-Safety.html
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Reflecting White House interest in intelligence on Soviet missiles, this entry briefly described the three new missiles at the recent 9 May parade. (The parade, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Nazi surrender, replaced the May Day parade this year.) The Soviets reported that one missile was a small solid-propellant ICBM capable of launch from silos and a second a launch vehicle. Analysts concluded that the third truck-mounted tactical missile was likely a new version of the SCUD.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627944-Document-21-Excerpt-from-The-President-s-Daily.html
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This Defense Intelligence Agency report described and measured the three new missiles seen in the recent parade in Moscow, as well as the T-62 tank and an anti-tank missile seen for the first time. It also contained a list of all the military equipment displayed.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627945-Document-22-DIA-Intelligence-Bulletin-17-May-1965.html
The continuing crisis over the French role in NATO stimulated INR analysts to prepare a report on the importance of the alliance for U.S. diplomacy and security policy. According to the report, "NATO remains essential to the U.S. as a well-established and easily available instrument for exercising American political influence in Europe." Influence was valuable because a "stable and prosperous" North Atlantic area was a basic U.S. interest, not only for Cold War but for...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448702-Document-13-INR-Thomas-L-Hughes-to-the-Secretary.html
By the date of the publication of this report, the United States and NATO had designated the new small ICBM SS-13/SAVAGE. Analysts concluded the new larger vehicle, initially reported by the Soviets to be a launch vehicle, was in fact an ICBM and it carried the designation SS-X-10/ SCRAG. They determined the new truck-mounted tactical missile, designated SS-14/SCAMP, was not a new version of the SCUD but a completely new intermediate-range missile.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627946-Document-23-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
This retrospective British Foreign Office paper explained that when Adenauer made an important "self-binding" commitment by avowing that ABC weapons would not be produced on West German "territory," everyone at the Nine-Power Conference understood that the agreement "exclud[ed] any possibility of the manufacture of nuclear weapons by West Germany." The Foreign Office also detailed the implications of the non-discriminatory controls over West German forces that the...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448699-Document-10.html
Displayed for the first time in November 1965, the short-range and unguided FROG 7 varied in several respects from earlier versions. It was also on a new transporter-erector-launcher.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627948-Document-25-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
The Soviets reported that this missile, designated SS-15/SCROOGE and observed for the first time in the November 1965 Moscow parade, was a mobile, solid propellant ICBM.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627947-Document-24-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
With the continuing escalation of the Vietnam War, a group of INR analysts led by Frank E. Maestrone considered the possibility that Washington would cut U.S. forces in Western Europe so they could be redeployed to Southeast Asia. If that happened, what would be the implications for U.S. relations with other members of NATO? How might they react? The estimate of West German reaction and the implication for West Germany were central to the findings. As U.S. force levels in Germany had been a...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448703-Document-14-INR-Thomas-L-Hughes-to-the-Secretary.html
A new transporter-erector-launcher carried a SCUD B, a medium-range ballistic missile at the November Moscow parade.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627949-Document-26-National-Photographic-Interpretation.html
After France pulled its forces out of NATO, in this report to President Johnson, Robert McNamara reviewed NATO's conventional capabilities and the degree to which they could successful resist Soviet forces in various contingencies ranging from "rapid full-scale nonnuclear aggression" to "small unexpected conflicts" or limited "surprise attacks." McNamara prefaced the analysis with a summary of the political motivations, over and above military reasons, for keeping...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448704-Document-15-Secretary-of-Defense-Robert-McNamara.html
This report provides some of the background to the creation of NATO's Nuclear Planning Group which has been central to alliance nuclear policy making since its creation in the mid-1960s. Originally named the Nuclear Planning Working Group (or the Special Committee), the NPG had four permanent members, the U.S., the UK, Italy, and West Germany, with three other NATO countries participating on a rotating basis. Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara saw the NPG as a way to make its European members...
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5448705-Document-16-INR-Thomas-L-Hughes-to-the-Secretary.html
The fire-control radar observed in 1965 and 1966 provided data to a fire-control system to direct the guns so that they hit the target aircraft.
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This entry discussed a remark made by a Soviet officer to a U.S. attaché in Moscow that the upcoming summer air show would be “very interesting.” U.S. officials were not surprised since 1967 was the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. They thought the Soviets might display new fighters, transports, and a vertical take-off-and-landing aircraft.
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This CIA report described the aircraft at the Moscow air show on 8 and 9 July. New ones included several conventional fighters, a vertical take-off-and-landing fighter, a short take-off-and-landing fighter, and a transport. Analysts concluded that only a twinjet all-weather interceptor was currently in production. The Soviets also displayed BLINDER supersonic-dash medium bombers with a new air-to-surface missile.
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This memo, addressed to the heads of various CIA intelligence production offices, emphasized that the upcoming November parades in the Sino-Soviet Bloc would probably be of major intelligence importance since they would be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. It requested the submittal of requirements for coverage of the Moscow parade and noted that there may be requirements issued for coverage of other activities related to the celebrations. The actual requirements...
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The weapons displayed at the parade the day before included a probable SS-9 ICBM, an unknown missile (which the Soviet commentator said was submarine-launched but which analysts concluded was too large for a submarine), an unknown medium- or intermediate-range missile, a probable SS-12 short-range missile and a truck-mounted antitank missile.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627954-Document-31-Excerpt-from-The-President-s-Daily.html
Before the creation of the House and Senate intelligence committees in the late 1970s, the CIA regularly briefed the CIA Subcommittees of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees and the House and Senate Appropriations Committees. The CIA Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee requested a presentation on the recent parade at its 9 November 1967 meeting.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627955-Document-32-Briefing-of-CIA-Subcommittee-of.html
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This short entry described May Day 1968 in Moscow as "uninspiring" and noted that the parade did not display any new weapons.
Source: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5627956-Document-33-Excerpt-from-The-President-s-Daily.html
The November 1967 Moscow parade displayed a new version of the GUIDELINE surface-to-air missile, more commonly known as the SA-2.
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