Comparative perspectives on the Cold War : national and sub-national approaches
Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
From foreword: This compilation of articles forms the basis from which we started. It is written by five scholars, each focusing on the Cold War from the perspective of their home country. Jaclyn Stanke, Lee Trepanier and Maryna Bessonova (Soviet Union/Ukraine) focus on the perceptions of the Cold War’s main participants, the Soviet Union and the United States (with Trepanier focusing on a Northern view with a study of Michigan and Stanke focusing on the Southern view). Spasimir Domaradzki and Rob Verhofstad take on the perspective of Cold War junior partners, with Domaradzki and Verhofstad focusing on Poland and the Netherlands respectively.
Publikacja recenzowana / Peer-reviewed publication
Cold War, Netherlands, foreign policy, United States of America (USA), Michiganders, Poland, Soviet Union, Red Threat, communism, World War II, Polish–American relations, Eastern Europe