The Cold War
Call Number: D 839.3 .J83 2011
Publication Date: 2010-10-06
Most recent source that contains some government documentation.
[This book] presents more than 130 speeches, agreements, messages, and texts from the turbulent era, covering such topics as: the origins of the Cold War, the nuclear arms race, the U-2 affair, the Berlin wall, the Cuban missile crisis, the Korean and Vietnam wars, the Sino-Soviet split, [and] the end of the Cold War.-Back cover.
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