The Cold War
by John Lewis Gaddis
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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A brio the arrest of the historical works, John Lewis Gaddis of The Cold War takes us, as never before, at a time when the world was on the brink of destruction.In 1945, the war ended.But a whole new terror was just beginning.Here, it is the truth behind every spy thriller you have just read: why the United States and the Soviet Union became locked up in a deadly stalemate; how to close down we came to a nuclear catastrophe; what was actually going on in the minds of Stalin’s leaders at Mao Zedong, Ronald Reagan at Mikhail Gorbachev, how the secret agents traced and Est-al.It is a story of the crisis of talks and subterfuge, tyrants and power struggles and ordinary people to change the course of history.Len Deighton’s Superb “gripping” Superb Len DeightonOverflowing with racy incident “Independent on Sunday” An animated and readable area of Force 9 “Time” history on the Richter scale,’ Spectator John Lewis Gaddis is the Robert ALovett, Professor of History at Yale University, and “the dean of the Cold War, historians” (New York Times)He is the author of many books, including Security and the American Experience, the book recently supported by his cabinet and senior security personnel by President Bush.
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