2 edition of The Origins of the cold war found in the catalog.
The Origins of the cold war
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited and compiled by Mark Stoler ; general editor, James F. Watts.|
|Contributions||Stoler, Mark A., Watts, J. F. 1935-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
"The history of the Cold War has been the history of the world since " So begins The Cold War: A History, a wide-ranging narrative by award-winning political commentator Martin Walker, which was one of the first major studies of its that it's over, it's crucial to our future to understand how the Cold War has shaped us and, especially, to recognize it as the Cited by: The Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War. Also Available in: After a devastating world war, culminating in the obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it was clear that the United States and the Soviet Union had to establish a cooperative order if the planet was to escape an atomic World War III.
It was an unexpectedly gentle invitation for human faces to prevail over boots, dictators, and the mechanisms of war. It set in motion, in Orwell’s year , the sequence of events by which they would do so. Just over a year after Reagan’s speech, an ardent enemy of totalitarianism took power in the Soviet Union. Origins of the Cold War covers the formative years of the extraordinary struggle between the two superpowers, the Soviet Union and the United States. In a clear and concise manner, Martin McCauley explains how the Cold War originated and developed and unravels some of the complex issues that gave rise to the Cold War/5(4).
The Cold War: The Red Scare. Meanwhile, beginning in , the House Un-American Activities Committee brought the Cold War home in another way. The committee began a series of hearings designed. History moves fast, and it is a rare book that stays current after almost 30 years. John Gaddis's "postrevisionist" study of how the United States and Soviet Union got themselves into such sterile conflict of interests following the defeat of the Axis remains one of the best books available on this crucial period.
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The Cold War dominated the world political arena for forty-five years. Focusing on the international system and on events in all parts of the globe, Melvyn P.
Leffler and David S. Painter have brought together a truly international collection of articles that provide a fresh and comprehensive analysis of The Origins of the cold war book origins of the Cold War/5. The Cold War dominated the world political arena for forty-five years.
Focusing on the international system and on events in all parts of the globe, Melvyn P. Leffler and David S. Painter have brought together a truly international collection of articles that provide a fresh and comprehensive analysis of the origins of the Cold War.5/5(2).
The Origins of the Cold War by Robert J. McMahon Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “The Origins of the Cold War” as Want to Read/5(13).
Origins of the Cold War: The Novikov, Kennan, and Roberts 'Long Telegrams' of In Septemberthe Soviet ambassador to the United States, Nikolai Novikov, sent a page cable to Foreign Minister Molotov describing the likely direction of U.S. foreign policy in the postwar period/5. “In a signal contribution, Craig and Radchenko bring together the key aspects of the role of the atom bomb in starting the Cold War, including its development, use, and the proposals for its control.
"Campbell Craig and Sergey Radchenko have produced a fascinating account of the origins of the Cold by: The Origins of the Cold War The Origins of the Cold War The Cold War had its roots in World War II, when the repeated delays in opening a second front in Europe made the Russians suspicious of the Western Allies' motives.
Yale historian John Lewis Gaddis wrote seminal books about the Cold War, during the Cold War. In his book, The Cold War: A New History, Gaddis discusses why the West won, and how it shaped the world. The Cold War by John Lewis Gaddis An admirably lucid and comprehensive account of the nuclear-armed stand-off – its origins and causes, its end and what happened in between.
Elegantly written for. ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR By Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. THE Cold War in its original form was a presumably mortal antagonism, arising in the wake of the Second World War, between two rigidly hostile blocs, one led by the Soviet Union, the other by the United States.
For nearly two somber and dangerous decades this antagonism dominated the fears of. Professor Westad is the author, or editor, of ten books on contemporary international history including Decisive Encounters: The Chinese Civil War, () and, with Jussi Hanhimaki, The Cold War: A History in Documents and Eyewitness Accounts ().
In addition, he is a founding editor of the journal Cold War by: In a clear, concise manner, this book explains how the Cold War originated and developed between and The fourth edition is revised, updated and expanded to include new material on topics such as the culture wars and Stalin’s view of Marxism.
This book presents an analysis of the origins of the Cold War in the decade after the Second World War, discussing the development of the United States and the Soviet Union as superpowers and the reactions of the Western European states to the growing Soviet-American : David Reynolds.
Bernard Baruch, senior advisor of U.S. President Harry Truman, was the first to use the term "Cold War," inreferring to the frequent and deepening crises between the United States and the Soviet Union, in spite of their alliance against Germany in World War II.
The term was popularized by the book of. Robert J. McMahon is Professor of History at the University of Florida, and President of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations. Among his many acclaimed books are The Cold War on the Periphery: the United States, India, and Pakistan (), and The Limits of Empire: the US and Southeast Asia since World War II ().
Grade 7 Up-A well-digested summary of the recent economic and political history of Central and Eastern Europe that strives for objectivity, but seems to blame communism for the Cold War and ignores related events in Asia, particularly the conflict between the USSR and : David Pietrusza.
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The Origins of the Cold War, book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Covering the formative years of the extraordi /5. The origins of the Cold War involved the breakdown of relations between the Soviet Union and the United States, Great Britain and their allies in the years – The origins derive from diplomatic (and occasional military) confrontations stretching back decades, followed by the issue of political boundaries in Central Europe and non-democratic control of the East by the Soviet.
About A Fiery Peace in a Cold War. In this long-awaited history, Neil Sheehan, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, describes the US-Soviet arms race through the story of the colorful and visionary American Air Force officer, Bernard Schriever.
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