The Cold War demonstrated the power of the two great powers, the United States and the Soviet Union, through a conflict that lasted more than four decades. Study its origin, process and consequences with our library of Cold War books in PDF format, where you can learn more about this interesting episode of the twentieth century.
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The Cold War was an unarmed conflict of ideological confrontation. It was fought between the two great powers of the time (1947-1991): the United States and the Soviet Union. The objective of this war was to dominate the world through their political and socioeconomic systems, capitalism and communism, respectively.
After World War II, the United States launched an economic recovery plan for the countries affected by the war. The famous Marshall Plan was not accepted by the USSR, as it represented an attempt to prevent the spread of communism in Europe. The two nations clashed for more than 40 years.
Some of its consequences were: the division of Germany, the construction of the Berlin Wall, parallel war conflicts such as the Vietnam War and the Korean War. NATO was also created to defend democratic territories from communist expansionism and the Warsaw Treaty.
The war finally culminated with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the USSR in 1991. If you want to delve deeper into this historical event, you can’t miss our collection of over 20 books on the Cold War in PDF format. Download them for free, below.
Here we present our complete selection of Cold War books:
1) The Cold War in the Classroom
Barbara Christophe, Peter Gautschi, Robert ThorpSource: Online Library and Publication Platform
2) The Struggle for Germany and The Origins of the Cold War
Melvyn P. LefflerSource: GHI Washington
3) The United States & the Beginning of the Cold War Aarms Race
Raymond OjserkisSource: London School of Economics
4) Building Security in Post–Cold War Eurasia
P. Terrence HopmannSource: United States Institute of Peace
8) The Cold War and the Policy of Containment (Presentation)
Johnstown-Monroe School DistrictSource: Johnstown-Monroe School District
9) The Cold War (1947-1991) (Presentation)
Juan Carlos Ocaña AybarSource: Historia siglo 20
10) The Nature of the Post-Cold War World
Charles William Maynes and William G. HylandSource: Army War College Homepage
12) The Cold War (1945-1989)
University of Luxembourg’s CVCE.euSource: University of Luxembourg’s CVCE.eu
13) NATO’s Purpose After the Cold War
The Brookings InstitutionSource: The Brookings Institution
15) The New World Order: An Outline of the Post-Cold War Era
Muzaffer Ercan YilmazSource: DergiPark
16) NATO: Post Cold War (Presentation)
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillSource: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
17) India, Latin America, and the Caribbean during the Cold War
Cesar RossSource: SciELO - Brazil
18) The Cold War in Political Cartoons, 1946-1963
National ArchivesSource: National Archives
19) The Birth of the Cold War
Max Kuhelj BugaricSource: eScholarship Univertity of California
20) The Cold War: How did it Star? How did it End? (Article)
Constitutional Rights FoundationSource: Constitutional Rights Foundation
22) Cold War: it’s Origin, Causes and Phases (Article)
Patna UniversitySource: Patna University
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