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The Cold War: A Military History - Jeremy Black
The term the Cold War has had many meanings and interpretations since it was originally coined and has been used to analyse everything from comics to pro-natalist policies, and science fiction to gender politics. This range has great value, but also poses problems, notably by diluting the focus on war of a certain type, and by exacerbating a lack of precision in definition and analysis. The Cold War: A Military History is the first survey of the period to focus on the diplomatic and military confrontation and conflict.
Jeremy Black begins his overview in 1917 and covers the 'long Cold War', from the 7th November Revolution to the ongoing repercussions and reverberations of the conflict today. The book is forward-looking as well as retrospective, not least in encouraging us to reflect on how much the character of the present world owes to the Cold War. The result is a detailed survey that will be invaluable to students and scholars of military and international history.
Author: Black, Jeremy
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Title: The Cold War: A Military History
Pages: 00256 (Encrypted EPUB) / 00272 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2015-10-29
Category: History : Military - General
Category: Political Science : International Relations - Diplomacy
Category: History : Modern - 20th Century
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