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Proposal: The Origins of the Cold War Preliminary ResearchProposal: The Origins of the Cold War Preliminary Research
Ralph Levering and Vladimir Pechatnov, “Debating the Origins of the Cold War: American and Russian Perspectives”. Overall, preliminary research did not reveal any key Soviet historians
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Falsifiers of history (Historical Survey)Falsifiers of history (Historical Survey)
At the end of January the State Department of the United States of America in collaboration with the British and French Foreign Offices published a collection of reports and diary records of Hitler diplomatic officials under the mysterious
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Japan\Japan's part in the outbreak of world war h it took Japan less than half a century to rise to power and become a major world player
I am going to argue that Japan's policies were shaped more by fear and a feeling of weakness, than by a confidence in its own military strength and its racial superiority, which has been the more accepted view among historians
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A aachen Hungarian ChapelA aachen Hungarian Chapel
Lajos I, as well as those of the Anjou kings are now kept in the treasury of the cathedral. Memorial tablets of famous visitors decorate the walls of the chapel. Hungarian pilgrims regularly visit the chapel
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One view on Sayyid Qutb. (MO)One view on Sayyid Qutb. (MO)
How an Egyptian student came to study 1950s America and left determined to wage holy war
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Is a genuine and transparent process of mining contracts renegotiation possible in the drc?Is a genuine and transparent process of mining contracts renegotiation possible in the drc?
If there is a country where the paradox of plenty and poverty is so manifest it has to be the Democratic Republic of Congo (drc). The Drc is intensely rich in natural resources, most famously for its minerals
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To Place…or not to place? That is the questionTo Place…or not to place? That is the question
Communist! Consider the ussr’s strategic perspective: does this move make sense? Before going off to write your response, Khrushchev asks you (1) not to fear being punished for what you write
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The Berlin Airlift IntroductionThe Berlin Airlift Introduction
Between 1947 and 1948, cooperation between the Western powers and the Soviet Union broke down and the Western Allies decided to create a separate government within their zones
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Berlin Airlift BackgroundBerlin Airlift Background
The Truman administration reacted with a continual daily airlift which brought much needed food and supplies into the city of West Berlin
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Source 4: Letter from an American citizen to President TrumanSource 4: Letter from an American citizen to President Truman
Berlin Blockade: Stalin blocked all road, river and rail traffic into Western-controlled West Berlin. This cut all essential supplies to West Berlin. The West responded by airlifting supplies to West Berlin beginning June 21 and counter-blockading
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A. Plan of the InvestigationA. Plan of the Investigation
To what extent is it true to say that the Berlin blockade was unprovoked and a surprise?
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Key Words: Cold War, divided Germany, quadripartite status, Soviet sector, German Democratic RepublicKey Words: Cold War, divided Germany, quadripartite status, Soviet sector, German Democratic Republic
Progress, determined the conditions under which the German Democratic Republic could achieve further economic growth. Since no additional labor was available, growth could only take place with increased labor productivity
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1 Chapter 11 jfk, Berlin, and the Berlin Crises, 1961-19631 Chapter 11 jfk, Berlin, and the Berlin Crises, 1961-1963
Access to Berlin would then fall to Walter Ulbricht and his communist government. Such actions meant that the allies would lose more than their strategic foothold in central Europe
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Berlin CrisisBerlin Crisis
By the late 1950s, a growing proportion of those leaving were professional people and students whose skills were sorely needed for internal development. In 1959 about 144,000 persons fled; in 1960 the figure rose to 199,000
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