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By Michael L. Dockrill,Michael F. Hopkins

Michael Dockrill's concise research of the early years of the chilly warfare among the Western Powers and Soviet Union has been generally acclaimed as an authoritative consultant to the topic. during this moment variation, he and Michael Hopkins convey the tale as much as the occasions of 1991, and likewise extend assurance of key topics.

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