Gays-in-the-military policies around the world

May 1995
Advocate;5/30/95, Issue 682, p11
Presents the policies of selected countries on gays in military service. Non-restriction on gays in Canada, Israel and Sweden; Discharge of gays in Chile, Colombia, Egypt, and the United Kingdom; France's permission of gays to serve; Lack of promotions in Germany for openly gay conscripts; Military exemption of gays in Greece; Non-acknowledgment of gays in Japan and Russia.


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