|Articles and other publications from Norwegian Aviation Museum, will be available on these pages, as far as possible.
The richest source of publications are the Cold War conferences which Norwegian Aviation museums hosts. We have held conferences in 1995, 1996 and 1999. The majority of the papers have been printed and made available both in books and on these pages.
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Opening remarks to the 1999 conference
Imaging Space Reconnaissance Operations during the Cold War; Causes, Effects and Legacy.
The Present Military Situation in the High North.
50 years of the Cold War: A maritime - SACLANT perspective
"Steep climb and shallow descent" - The RoNAF from 1945 to present Øistein Espenes and
U-2 Flights in the North - Western Strategy, Intelligence Requirements and Political Risks.
"Spy in the Sky" - Project Corona and the Cold War
Norway as an intelligence ally in the Cold War: a British view
Introduction to the section "Battle of the skies" on the 1999 conference
Why was there a Cold War?
"Imperial overstretch", Mikhail Gorbachev, and the end of the Cold War
The end of the Cold War: Defeat, Victory, Capitulation, Achievement
From Peshawar to Bodø - Mission Impossible?
From out of the Shadows - A Personal Overview of the U-2 Incident.
The Northern Front in the Geo-Politics of Cold War Intelligence
The High North after the Cold War - a Region of Minor Importance?
On the significance of the Northern area in NATO's nuclear strategy
Caging the Nuclear Genie.