The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Volume I ePUB

The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Volume I ePUB

The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Volume I ❮Reading❯ ➷ The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Volume I ➯ Author Melvyn P. Leffler – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This volume examines the origins causes and early years of the Cold War Leading scholars show how the conflict evolved from the geopolitical ideological economic and socio political environment of the This volume examines the origins causes and early History of Kindle Ó years of the Cold War Leading scholars show how the conflict evolved from the geopolitical ideological economic and socio political environment of the two world wars and the interwar period as well as examining how markets ideas and cultural interactions affected political discourse diplomatic events and strategic thinking Chapters focus not only on the USA the USSR and Great Britain but also on other critical regions such as Eastern Europe the Balkans and East Asia They deal not only with the most influential statesmen of the era but also address The Cambridge MOBI :Þ the issues that mattered most to peoples around the globe food nutrition and resource allocation; demography and consumption; ethnicity race and religion; science and technology; national autonomy self determination and sovereignty In so doing the book illuminates how people worldwide shaped the evolution of the increasingly bipolar conflict and in turn were ensnared by it.


About the Author: Melvyn P. Leffler

Melvyn Paul is an American historian and educator History of Kindle Ó currently Edward Stettinius Professor of History at the University of Virginia.



7 thoughts on “The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Volume I

  1. Steve Cooper Steve Cooper says:

    Each of the 23 chapters explores the cold war up to the cuban missile crisis in this first volume from a different angle and even with a different author per chapter the book manages to maintain a stylistic continuity like reading The Economist The picture that is painted here sometimes feels impressionistic and sometimes connect the dots but it's so massive and comprehensive that no single canvas can hold it all This 3 volume block of fascinating scholarship is invaluable in understanding the roots of the cold war and hopefully by the end it will explain the evolution of institutions that continue to profit from perpetual war


  2. AskHistorians AskHistorians says:

    By far the most comprehensive book on the entirety of the Cold War from origins to the collapse to resulting conseuences Written by eminent scholars in the field A must read


  3. Marius Stangeland Marius Stangeland says:

    Il libro da un buon introduzione al inizio della Guerra Fredda tra il 1945 al 1960 più o meno Ho imparato molto della situazione nel Giappone dopo guerra e la evoluzione della occupazione Statunitense Credo che il libro è buono per capire di più i ragioni per cui la Guerra Fredda cominciò e anche sulle due paese principale lo Stati Uniti e la Unione Sovietica per esempio il politico domestico che influenzò il sviluppo degli linee di condotta attraverso il avversario


  4. Mark Mark says:

    Excellent comprehensive Cold War history First of three volumes


  5. Megan Wicks Megan Wicks says:

    Really boring book but definitely has a lot of information in it


  6. Sarah u Sarah u says:

    Notes for my reference222017 Chapter 6 'Britain and the Cold War 1945 1955' by Anne Deighton29042917 Chapter 2 'Ideology and the origins of the Cold War 1917 1962' by David Engerman


  7. Andrew Davis Andrew Davis says:

    Very comprehensive scholarly discussion of Cold War Covers the initial stages of Cold War including Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan Cominform Tito–Stalin split Comecon and Berlin Blockade


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7 thoughts on “The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Volume I

  1. Steve Cooper Steve Cooper says:

    Each of the 23 chapters explores the cold war up to the cuban missile crisis in this first volume from a different angle and even with a different author per chapter the book manages to maintain a stylistic continuity like reading The Economist The picture that is painted here sometimes feels impressionistic and sometimes connect the dots but it's so massive and comprehensive that no single canvas can hold it all This 3 volume block of fascinating scholarship is invaluable in understanding the roots of the cold war and hopefully by the end it will explain the evolution of institutions that continue to profit from perpetual war

  2. AskHistorians AskHistorians says:

    By far the most comprehensive book on the entirety of the Cold War from origins to the collapse to resulting conseuences Written by eminent scholars in the field A must read

  3. Marius Stangeland Marius Stangeland says:

    Il libro da un buon introduzione al inizio della Guerra Fredda tra il 1945 al 1960 più o meno Ho imparato molto della situazione nel Giappone dopo guerra e la evoluzione della occupazione Statunitense Credo che il libro è buono per capire di più i ragioni per cui la Guerra Fredda cominciò e anche sulle due paese principale lo Stati Uniti e la Unione Sovietica per esempio il politico domestico che influenzò il sviluppo degli linee di condotta attraverso il avversario

  4. Mark Mark says:

    Excellent comprehensive Cold War history First of three volumes

  5. Megan Wicks Megan Wicks says:

    Really boring book but definitely has a lot of information in it

  6. Sarah u Sarah u says:

    Notes for my reference222017 Chapter 6 'Britain and the Cold War 1945 1955' by Anne Deighton29042917 Chapter 2 'Ideology and the origins of the Cold War 1917 1962' by David Engerman

  7. Andrew Davis Andrew Davis says:

    Very comprehensive scholarly discussion of Cold War Covers the initial stages of Cold War including Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan Cominform Tito–Stalin split Comecon and Berlin Blockade

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