Fb2 Britain and the Cold War, 1941-47 ePub
by V.H. Rothwell
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Jonathan Cape Ltd (January 1982)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1225 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1997 kb|
|Digital formats:||docx rtf mobi lit|
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Rothwell, Britain and the Cold War 1941–1947 (London: Cape, 1982) p. 125;Google Scholar. For example, J. Lewis, Changing Direction: British Military Planning for Post-War Strategic Defence, 1942–47 (London: The Sherwood Press, 1988). Woodward, British Foreign Policy, Vol. 3, p. 10. oogle Scholar. 27. E. Raczynski, In Allied London: The Wartime Diaries of the Polish Ambassador in London (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1962) p. 26.
The book has some odd features. Rothwell never defines the Cold War of his title. Can it really be supposed that Great Britain and Soviet Russia were potential antagonists in the autumn of 1941 when the Germans were at the gates of Moscow? For that matter, did uneasy relations between the two end in 1947? I had always thought that something like a real Cold War between Soviet Russia and the United States began in the autumn of 1947, but maybe the concept of Cold War is too nebulous to merit any precise date.
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The Cold War lasted for almost fifty years and ended nearly twenty years .
The Cold War lasted for almost fifty years and ended nearly twenty years ago. A vast historiography continues to grow. In explaining the past and continuing debate, this article is necessarily selective. Sean Greenwood, Britain and the Cold War, 1945–1991 (Basingstoke, 2000), is an adept recent study of the British role. 18 John Kent and John W. Young ‘The Western Union concept and British defence policy, 1947–1948’, in Richard Aldrich, e. British intelligence, strategy and the Cold War (London, 1992), pp. 166–92.
Britain and the Cold War 1941-1947, Victor Rothwell. by: Rothwell, V. H. 1945- Published: (1982). Russia's road to the Cold War : diplomacy, warfare, and the politics of Communism, 1941-1945, (by) Vojtech Mastny. by: Mastny, Vojtech, 1936- Published: (1979).