Berlin in the Cold War

Berlin in the Cold War vividly describes the conflict between the two superpowers—the USA and the Soviet Union—as it played out in Berlin, the divided city that was the frontier town, the spy post, and the battlefield. This is an enhanced e-book with hyperlinks to all the places of the Cold War and extensive footnotes. More

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Published by Eva Schweitzer
Words: 26,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781935902812
About Thomas Flemming

Thomas Flemming is an historian and philosopher who studied at Berlin’s Free University. He has written numerous books and newspaper stories about post-war history, especially in Berlin, and he has curated a number of exhibitions, among them “The History of World War I” at the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin.

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