American Challenge, Soviet Response: The Beginning of the Cold War, February-May, 1946
Fraser Harbutt reviews the crisis in United States-Soviet relations that occurred in early 1946. He argues that this crisis satisfied a number of critical tests that permit us to identify it as the beginning of the cold war.
Poland's Place in Europe: General Sikorski and the Origin of the Oder- Neisse Line, 1939-1943, Sarah Meiklejohn Terry
Reviewed by Fraser Harbutt
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