From Potsdam to the Cold War: Big Three Diplomacy 1945-1947 (America in the Modern World) ebook
by James Gormly
Series: America in the Modern World. Potsdam to Cold War is a solid and detailed narrative of the diplomacy between the leading powers of the post WWII world, with sufficient context to provide a broader view of events during the years of 1945 to 1947.
Series: America in the Modern World. Unfortunately, Gormly stops short of exploring the interaction of diplomacy and these contextual issues.
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