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Naval War College Review

Article Title

The Strategic Employment of Allied Forces in the Mediterranean During World War II

Number

3

Abstract

In 1945 the world's oldest civilized region had become a political, economic, psychological, and military vacuum-in short, a strategic vacuum. Nature has a way of filling vacuums, accord­ing to inexorable laws. The rulers of the Soviet Union, confident that victory in World War II proved Marxian doctrine to be some­what indistinguishable from the laws of nature, aspired to fill that vacuum with the poisonous vapors of Communism.

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