2 edition of Revolution and cold war found in the catalog.
Revolution and cold war
by Peace Literature Service, American Friends Service Committee in [Philadelphia]
Written in English
|Statement||by Sidney Lens.|
|Series||Beyond deterrence series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
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"While previous studies lionized or sentimentalized Beatriz, Harmer roots the subject in the context of the time period and brings to bear her own expertise in Cold War Latin America. A definitive biography of a female revolutionary."--Library Journal “Completely absorbing. Destruction of printed matter. The Soviet government implemented mass destruction of pre-revolutionary and foreign books and journals from "special collections" (), accessible by special permit granted by the KGB, contained old and politically incorrect s the end of Soviet rule, perestroika led to loosened restrictions on information and publishing.
The following article on the Hungarian Revolution is an excerpt from Lee Edwards and Elizabeth Edwards Spalding’s book A Brief History of the Cold War It is available to order now at Amazon . This period, from the PZPR’s declaration of marital law in December until the elections, is the subject of Gregory F. Domber’s book Empowering Revolution: .
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If one is a maven in Cold War history, one has no need for this book. If one is a student of Cold War history, this book doesn't help. Jonathan Haslam's "Russia's Cold War" is a serious work of history, but suffers for its detail.
Haslam offers a significant amount of information in this volume, Cited by: Revolution is the 2nd installment in the Cold War Magic series.
It is a new installment in what I consider to be a great newcomer in the Urban Fantasy or Speculative Fantasy genre.4/5. This was a really exciting follow-up to Breach, the first book in the series.
Set during the cold war in Cuba, just before the revolution. It starts out with an intriguing premise, setting the hook, and builds from there. By around the half-way point, it really picks up steam with the action and plot moving quickly/5(3). This book is a history of the Cold War in Mexico, and Mexico in the Cold War.
It uses declassified Mexican and US intelligence sources and Cuban diplomatic records to challenge earlier interpretations that depicted Mexico as a peaceful haven and a weak neighbor forced to submit to US by: ‘The Gorbachev revolution’ was of decisive importance in relation to the end of the Cold War.
The wording itself, though, requires some elaboration. The profound changes that occurred in the Soviet Union during the second half of the s were not, it goes without saying, simply the work of one by: 4.
College of William and Mary alumnus Steve Vogel has a new book “Betrayal in Berlin: The True Story of the Cold War’s Most Audacious Espionage Operation” (Custom Author: Wilford Kale. 4 Great Books on the Cold War. On the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, The Daily Beast sorts through the best new and old books on the Cold War and the fall of communism.
Cold War Hot: Alternate Decisions of the Cold War edited by Peter G. Tsouras, a collection of alternate history scenarios in the Cold War. Collaborator by Murray Davies, set in a Nazi-occupied Great Britain centering on a former POW and life in occupied Britain. According to some, the beginning of the Cold War was between andwhile the end was inwith the dispute being over the way Europe was divided.
Others historians trace the start of the Cold War to the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in and its end in as the Soviet Union collapsed at the end. Specters of Revolution: Peasant Guerrillas in the Cold War Mexican Countryside.
The s represented a revolutionary moment around the globe. In rural Mexico, several guerrilla groups organized to fight against the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)/5. BOOK REVIEW – From the Revolution to the Cold War: BOOK REVIEW – From the Revolution to the Cold War: A History of the Soviet Merchant Fleet from to Aug Book Reviews, Naval Historical Foundation Dahlgren Avenue, SE Washington Navy Yard, DC Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lens, Sidney.
Revolution and cold war. [Philadelphia]: Peace Literature Service, American Friends Service Committee, [©]. The Cold War and the Americas –81 What impact did the Cuban Revolution have on the Cold War. What did Castro stand for.
US interests in Cuba were widespread, so there was no doubt in Washington that the Cuban Revolution would affect the USA. People in America began to question the new regime and to wonder where Castro’s sympathies Size: KB.
Cold War South-east Asia – Malcolm Murfett: Red Head: Cold War in the Caribbean: The Cuban Missile Crisis – Don Munton: Detente and the Nixon Doctrine: The Reagan Reversal – Beth A.
Fischer: Revolution Fall of the Soviet Empire: The Cold War – Robert McMahon: The Cold War – Martin Walker: Europe and the Cold War – Williamson. Of the hundreds of books published on India's Green Revolution, this has by far the best description and analysis of the historical and policy context that has made the Green Revolution the dominant theme in agricultural planning and policy by India since by: Revolution continues W.
Goodwater's exploration into how the world might have looked if magic existed during the Cold War era. Revolution: A Cold War Magic Novel - Book 2 takes place towards the end ofand revolution is brewing in Cuba.
Where Breach took the head of the U.S. government's magical department's research division, Karen O'Neil, to Berlin to investigate the. Revolution (Cold War Magic novel, A #2) (Paperback) By W.L. Goodwater. Ace,pp.
Publication Date: Novem Revolution was an important theme throughout the Cold War. Revolutions begat, molded and then finally brought an end to the Cold War. Inthe Bolshevik Revolution forced Vladimir Lenin, the new communist leader, to withdraw from World War I on the side of the Western Allies and to sign a separate peace agreement with Germany.
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This highly praised book captures the essence and the madness of the "balance of terror" that was the Cold War. Describing an extensive period and much of the globe, The A to Z of the Cold War presents a year-by-year chronology, an introductory essay, and hundreds of entries on civilian and military leaders, central issues and peripheral conflicts, crucial countries and their allies or foes.
Further, the argument that the Cold War was a struggle, in the words of David Horowitz, between 'imperialism and revolution', and not between the USSR and the US, highlights the significance of revolutionary movements and change realised without Soviet assistance, which highlights the 'autonomous revolutionary' sources of Cold : Richard Saull.'This important book is a landmark study on Mexico and Cuba and the Cold War.
Using an innovative selection of official and grassroots sources as well as previously unavailable Cuban government materials, Keller weaves a fascinating and complex account of how debates over the legacy of the Mexican Revolution shaped Mexico’s engagement with the Cuban Revolution and the United States Cited by: