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6 Hirsch, . The Pound Sterling: A Polemic (London: Victor Gollancz Lt. 1965), pp. 23–24. 3244, Preliminary Estimates of National Income and Balance of Payments 1961 to 1966 (London: . 255 (22 February 1966). Fo r a further statement of Mayhew's views on the East of Suez question, see his book, Britain's Role Tomorrow (London: Hutchinson, 1967). 35 Times 26 May 1966.
In the first years of the cold war British defence policy had focused on the threat of a major war in Europe. By the mid-1950s British planners began to appreciate that the emerging nuclear stalemate made a major war against the Soviet Union unlikely and any war that did occur was likely to result in a nuclear exchange at an early stage. In such circumstances there was little point in maintaining the conventional forces required to fight a long war but there was both a need and an opportunity to deal with instability overseas. For an overview of British policy see Phillip Darby, British Defence Policy East of Suez 1947-1968, (1973). See 'A Splutter of Musketry. COS (62) 68 mtg, 20 Oct 1962, UKNA DEFE 4/148. For further details see Ian Speller, 'The Seaborne/Airborne Concept: Littoral manoeuvre in the 1960s?' in Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 29, No. 1 Feb. 2006 p. 3-92.
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