By Justin Fankhauser
Justin Fankhauser has been a locksmith for over 10 years. He's written this e-book, with priceless tips and fun anecdotes gathered all through his profession, to aid humans get a greater inspiration of ways they need to safe their properties.
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P· I 7· See for example Bases d'Une Conception Strategique Suisse: Rapport de la Commission d'etude des questions de strategie, duplicated report, Bern, 1970, p. 23. , pp. 51-55. ' Bonjour, Offier and Potter, A Short History of Switzerland, p. 313. 42 See for example Major H. von Dach, Der Totale Widerstand, Schriftenreihe cles Schweizerischen Unteroffizierverbandes (SUOV), Biel, 2nd. , 1958. ) The authorities were sceptical about this booklet because ofits neglect of international law. 88 89 55 NATIONS IN ARMS not precisely defined role is also envisaged for non-violent forms of resistance.
11 Raymond Aron, dealing more specifically with the question of defence, wrote rather more positively, even euphorically: The factors involved in the capacity for defence are quite different from those involved in the capacity for offence. The supreme condition, which is almost the sole one for defensive power, is the cohesion of society, the support of the masses for the government, and the agreement about the national interest among the members of the ruling elite. 1 2 Such observations might be interpreted to mean that a general internal gleichschaltung (co-ordination) reminiscent of the most dismal dictatorships is an essential precondition for the survival of small states.
23 The Military Balance 1975-1976 suggests that Swiss Defence expenditure in the years 1971-74 ranged between 2·0 and P8 per cent of GNP. However, these figures apparently take into account only the expenditures of the Ministry of Defence. To this must be added the costs of civil protection, the defence expenditures of the cantons, and the salaries, paid by the employers, of the 30o,ooo men who every year spend some time in the army. Capt. Dominique Brunner has suggested that the total cost of all Swiss defence activities in 1973 was about 2·6 per cent of GNP.