Lectures at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces
During the Cold War years, students at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in Washington, DC heard lectures by a number of distinguished guest speakers.
Transcripts of most of these lectures are now available online as Adobe PDF documents, thanks to the efforts of the National Defense University library staff.
The following list is an attempt to identify those lectures related to Cold War infrastructure, telecommunications and civil defense.
It may be incomplete, so researchers should search the NDU Library's Digital Collections for a complete list of the lectures.
- The Role of Commercial Telecommunications Systems in Preparedness for
Mr. Charles C. Duncan, Assistant Vice President, AT&T Long Lines Department, 19 February 1960
- Civil Telecommunications - Its Mobilization and Control
Mr. Leighton H. Peebles, Communications Consultant to the National Production Authority, 3 March 1952
- Telecommunications in Mobilization and Emergency
Mr. Charles M. Mapes, Assistant Chief Engineer, AT&T, 5 March 1953
- Civil Telecommunications
Mr. Charles M. Mapes, Assistant Chief Engineer, AT&T, 3 March 1954
- The Office of Emergency Planning in National Security Planning
Hon. Edward A. McDermott, Director, Office of Emergency Planning in the Executive Office of the President, 28 September 1962
- The National Civil Defense Plan
Mr. James J. Wadsworth, Deputy Administrator, Federal Civil Defense Administration, 18 January 1952
- National Civil Defense Plans and Programs
Hon. Steuart L. Pittman, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Civil Defense), 21 October 1963
- Nonmilitary Defense in the Shadow of Nuclear Attack
Maj. Gen. Otto L. Nelson, Jr., USA (Ret.), Vice President, New York Life Insurance Company, 15 May 1956
- Role and Problems of Congress With Reference To Atomic War
U.S. Sen. Henry M. Jackson (Washington), 17 May 1954
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