Электронная книга "The Cold War: History in an Hour", Rupert Colley
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History in an Hour is a series of ebooks to help the reader learn the basic facts of a given subject area. Just straight in, to the point, sixty minutes, done. Then, having absorbed the basics, you may feel inspired to explore further.
Know your stuff with History in an Hour. 55555555555555 288 5 Author: Rupert Colley Narrator: Jonathan Keeble. Love history? Know your stuff with History in an Hour. From the end of World War Two to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 the world lived within the shadow of the Cold War. Russia and America eyed each other with suspicion and hostility. World War Two was too recent to be forgotten and a nuclear Third World War remained a distinct possibility.
The US, concerned over a perceived ‘missile gap’, increasingly used spy planes over Russia to gather information on. .
The US, concerned over a perceived ‘missile gap’, increasingly used spy planes over Russia to gather information on the strength of the Soviet nuclear capacity. To the end of the Cold War the very existence of humanity lay in this fragile balance of deterrence, known as Mutually Assured Destruction or, rather aptly, MAD. The time had come to discuss how to slow down the arms race, and the first of many, rather meaningless, agreements came in 1963 with the signing of the Limited Test Ban Treaty. The Korean War: Hot War. The Korean War: Korean children in front of a US tank. The first major conflict – the first ‘hot war’ of the Cold War – took place in Korea between 1950 and 1953.
Know your stuff with History in an Hour
Know your stuff with History in an Hour. Post-war Europe was being rebuilt and Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt had to find a way to work together for peace.
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Canada in the Cold War - Canada played a middle power, and an occasionally important, role in the Cold War. Throughout the US/Soviet rivalry, Canada was normally on the side of the United States and the West.
This, in an hour, is the epic story of D-Day. D-Day initiated the end-game of what had been an unprecedented struggle for supremacy in Europe. A Canadian war correspondent described the scene as men tried to disembark from their landing craft: the soldiers ‘plunged into about two feet of water and machine-gun bullets laced into them. Bodies piled up on the ramp.
World War Two: History in an Hour. Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble. History for busy people. Listen to a concise history of the Vietnam War in just one hour. War, what is it good for?
World War Two: History in an Hour. Length: 1 hr and 25 mins. It was one of the most traumatic military conflicts America has ever been involved in – and provoked a backlash of anti-war protests at home.
Author: Rupert Colley
Publisher: William Collins (July 4, 2013)
Pages: 100 pages
ePUB size: 1166 kb
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