The Cold War and its Origins, 1917-1960: Volume One 1917-1950

Author:   D.F. Fleming
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Volume:   13
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9780367557126


Pages:   556
Publication Date:   15 June 2022
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Author:   D.F. Fleming
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Volume:   13
Weight:   1.040kg
ISBN:  

9780367557126


ISBN 10:   0367557126
Pages:   556
Publication Date:   15 June 2022
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Volume One. Part 1. Enemies and Allies, 1917-1945 1. World War and Red Revolution, 1914-1917 2. Russian Civil War and Western Intervention, 1917-1921 3. Communism Confined and Ostracized, 1921-1934 4. Fascism Appeased, 1934-1938 5. The 'Phony' War, 1939-1941 6. The Soviet-German Truce, 1939-1941 7. Allies In War, 1941-1945 8. The Yalta Conference Period, October 1944-April 1945 9. The Struggle for Poland, 1939-1949 10. Soviet Objectives in East Europe, 1945 Part 2. The Cold War in Europe, 1945-1950 11. After Roosevelt, April-August 1945 12. After Hiroshima, August-November 1945 13. Rising Tension, November 1945-July 1946 14. Atomic Impasse, January 1946-July 1949 15. Stabilization, August-December 1946 16. The Truman Doctrine, January-June 1947 17. From the Marshall Plan to the Communist Seizure of Czechoslovakia, June 1947-May 1948 18. From the Berlin Blockade to NATO, March 1948-August 1949 19. After the Soviet A-bomb, September 1949-June 1950 Volume Two (issued separately) Part 3. The Cold War in East Asia, 1945-1955 20. The Fall of China to Communism, 1927-1950 21. The Crucifixion of Korea, 1945-1954 22. Colonialism, Communism and Nationalism in South-East Asia, 1945-1954 23. The First Formosa Crisis, January-July 1955 24. The First Summit Conference, July 1955 Part 4. The Second Cold War, 1955-1959 25. The Failure to Make Peace, July 1955-October 1956 26. The Revolutions in Poland and Hungary, October 1956 27. Explosions at Suez, October 1956 28. Lessening Tension, April-August 1957 29. After the Sputniks, October 1957-April 1958 30. Trouble in All Directions, April-October 1958 31. Berlin II, November 1958-July 1959 32. The Turn Toward Peace, July-December 1959 33. The Frustrated Summit at Paris, January-June 1960 34. Why the West Lost the Cold War 35. The Future

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