Norman Friedman is a U.S. defense analyst and was the Deputy Director of National Security of the Hudson Institute from 1973–1984. Friedman has published 29 books, including The Fifty-Year War: Conflict and Strategy in the Cold War, which won the 2001 Westminster Prize, awarded by the Royal United Services Institute, for the best English-language military book of 2000
The Cold War: From the Descent of the Iron Curtain to the Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Collapse of Communism in Europeby Norman Friedman
Twenty years ago, the Berlin Wall fell and Communism in Europe began to collapse. The Cold War celebrates that anniversary with a graphic account of the long-running global drama that played from the end of World War II until the era of Gorbachev and glasnost. During that time, such high-tension events as the Cuban Missile Crisis brought us to the brink of Armageddon—but both sides always drew back.
Follow spread by spread the development of each important stage in the long, chilly conflict that divided the world into two spheres of influence. More than 30 facsimile items of Cold War memorabilia allow readers to hold and examine diaries, letters, telegrams, decoded intercepts, and newspapers that, up till now, were confined to filing cabinets and museum exhibitions.
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