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Britain and the cold war
Oxford Radical Association.
1952 by Published by Westminster Press Provincial Newspapers for the Oxford Radical Association in [London?] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DA588 .O9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||52030638|
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Britain's part in the Cold War has been overshadowed by a view of the contest which sees it as almost entirely a Superpower confrontation. Recent research has demonstrated the need to provide a balance to this polarized approach and to give due acknowledgement to the significant input of the British, especially in the origins of the Cold War but Britain and the cold war book in devising importantRatings: 0.
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While TSR2. 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. This well-researched book details the ambiguity in British policy towards Europe in the Cold War as it sought to pursue détente with the Soviet Union whilst upholding its commitments to its NATO allies.
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Contents Preface viii List of illustrations x List of maps xii 1 World War II and the destruction of the old order 1 2 The origins of the Cold War in Europe, –50 16 3 Towards ‘Hot War’ in Asia, –50 35 4 A global Cold War, –8 56 5 From confrontation to detente, –68 78 6 Cold wars at home 7 The rise and fall of superpower detente, –79 Britain and the Bomb tells one of the great British stories from the Cold War – the transition of the nuclear deterrent from the Royal Air Force to the Royal Navy.
The author draws upon insights from the laboratories, the military, popular culture and from politicians to make sense of a complex time and to challenge some widely-held. This collection challenges views of the Cold War as a purely bipolar affair, involving only the United States and the Soviet Union.
It shows that Britain took a lead and continued to play an part in a drive to contain communism and that she tried to keep her own position as a great world : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
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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.
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Cold War: A Brief History Britain Goes Nuclear. Britain was the first country to investigate the development of nuclear weapons. Work by Otto Frisch and Rudolf Peierls in Febuaryand the MAUD Committee (a code name chosen from the first name of one member's nanny) report showed the feasibility of fission weapons.
The Cold War began after the surrender of Nazi Germany inwhen the uneasy alliance between the United States and Great Britain on the one hand and the Soviet Union on the other started to fall apart.
The Soviet Union began to establish left-wing governments in the countries of eastern Europe, determined to safeguard against a possible.
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This collection challenges views of the Cold War as a purely bipolar affair, involving only the United States and the Soviet Union. It shows that Britain took a lead and continued to play an part in a drive to contain communism and that she tried to keep her own position as a great world power.
The Cold War was a period of geopolitical tension between the Soviet Union and the United States and their respective allies, the Eastern Bloc and the Western Bloc, after World War period is generally considered to span the Truman Doctrine to the dissolution of the Soviet term "cold" is used because there was no large-scale fighting directly between the two.
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This meant Britain had to deve. “This important book reveals how radical politics and new communications technologies were deeply entangled in the history of Cold War-era Britain. Drawing on extensive original research into the anti-nuclear movement, Christopher R.
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The Cod Wars (Icelandic: Þorskastríðin, "the cod wars", or Landhelgisstríðin, "the wars for the territorial waters") were a series of confrontations between the United Kingdom and Iceland on fishing rights in the North of the disputes ended with an Icelandic victory.
The Third Cod War concluded inwith a highly favourable agreement for Iceland; the United Kingdom Result: Icelandic victory, An agreement was reached. Conclusion: Britain and the economic problem of the first cold war: reconsidering the political economy and economic impact of British defence expenditure, ; Bibliography; Index.
About the Author. Dr Till Geiger is a Lecturer in International History at the University of Manchester, UK. About the Series Modern Economic and Social History.
This chapter examines the role of Great Britain in the Cold War. It describes the condition and experiences of Britain from to and explores how Britain managed to maintain its global influence during the Cold War, despite its decline.
The chapter argues that although Britain was forced to operate within structure of the Cold War, the British state and its leaders were able to make Author: Klaus Larres. Britain's War is a narrative of these epic events, an analysis of the myriad factors that shaped military success and failure, and an explanation of what the war tells us about the history of modern Britain.
As compelling on the major military events as he is on the experience of ordinary people living through exceptional times, Todman suffuses. The “dean of Cold War historians” (The New York Times) now presents the definitive account of the global confrontation that dominated the last half of the twentieth g on newly opened archives and the reminiscences of the major players, John Lewis Gaddis explains not just what happened but why—from the months in when the U.S.
and the U.S.S.R. went from alliance to /5(37). The Oxford Handbook of the Cold War offers a broad reassessment of the cold war period based on new conceptual frameworks developed in the field of international history.
The cold war emerges as a distinct period in twentieth-century history, yet one that should be evaluated within the broader context of global political, economic, social, and cultural developments. Scholarly and accessible, London Calling is a fine read and a worthy winner of the Longman-History Today Book Prize.” – History Today “It is not often a book about radio wins a prize.
Nevertheless, London Calling: Britain, the BBC World Service and the Cold War by Alan Webb is an exception What makes this book important is the author. Great Britain was neutral Switzerland's main supplier of heavy weaponry during the early Cold War. Marco Wyss analyses this armaments relationship against the background of Anglo-Swiss relations between andand thereby assesses the role of arms transfers, neutrality and Britain, as well as the two countries' political, economic and Author: Rob Behary.
I’m a child of the Age of Austerity, born just after the hot war, which blended almost seamlessly into the cold war. The last relic of the hot war was rationing, which lasted in Britain until (about as long as it took Russia to release the last German POWs), although most food items had come off by I still have my ration book.
Nevertheless, the plan continued through the Cold War era into the mids. By this time, most of Britain's coast had been surveyed and bucket and spade holidays were booming.