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Inside the Cold War: A Cold Warrior's Reflections

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Inside the Cold War: A Cold Warrior's Reflections
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Publisher: Air University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1478344385
ISBN-13: 9781478344384
Number of pages: 195

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This publication reflects a compilation of excerpts from an unpublished broader treatment that recounts the nearly five decades of delicate coexistence between two nations known as the 'superpowers' during the international conflict known as the 'Cold War.'

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