Kitty Newman gained her PhD at the London School of Economics for her research on the relations between Britain and the Soviet Union and the Search for an Interim Agreement on West Berlin from November 1958 to May 1960. She also holds a Diploma in Russian from the University of Surrey.
This valuable new study casts fresh light on the roles of Harold Macmillan and Nikita Kruschev and their efforts to avert the pivotal Berlin Crisis and the wider German Question.
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