The cold war as history, by Louis J. Halle.

[1st U.S. ed.].. New York, Harper and Row [1967] .

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Subjects Cold War.
History, Modern -- 1945-1989.
History, Modern.
Description xiv, 434 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 419-421).
Also issued online.
Contents The Cold War viewed as history -- The enlargement of Moscow's empire at the end of World War II -- The behavior of Moscow as a reflection of Russia's historic experience -- American behavior as a reflection of experience opposite to that of the Russians -- The creation, in 1945, of the power vacuums on either side of Russia into which it tended to expand -- Russia's conquest of the Baltic states and East Poland in 1939-1940, and what Stalin's postwar intentions in eastern Europe may have been -- The divergence between Russian and western views of the world that made postwar planning difficult -- The tragedy of Poland, 1939-1945 -- The fall of Rumania, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Czechoslovakia -- What happened in Yugoslavia, Albania, Germany, Greece, Itlay, and France at the end of the war -- The defeat of Japan and the expansion of Russia in the Far East -- The United States in search of a workable foreign policy -- The Greek-Turkish crisis of 1947 and the proclamation of the Truman Doctrine -- The Marshall Plan and Moscow's reaction to it -- The success of the European recovery program in spite of Moscow's opposition -- The creation of the Cominform -- The real issue of the Cold War and its mythic formulations -- The implications of atomic power -- The formation of the western military alliance -- The Far Eastern policy of the United States and its disasters up to 1950 -- Surprise attack in Korea and improvisation by the United States to meet it -- The Korean War to the point where western success provokes Chinese intervention -- The defection of Yugoslavia -- Remobilization, rearmament, and McCarthyism in the United States -- The movement toward west European unification -- The situation at the beginning of the 1950s -- The new administration in the United States and its adjustment to responsibility -- The new administration and the problems of military policy -- The extension of 'containment' to Asia and the beginning of American involvement in Indo-China.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)234059
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WorldCat Identities Halle, Louis Joseph, 1910-
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