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The Cold War Begins.

By: Davis, Lynn Etheridge.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Princeton Legacy Library: Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (441 p.).ISBN: 9781400868025.Subject(s): Europe, Eastern -- Foreign relations -- United States | Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States | United States -- Foreign relations -- Europe, Eastern | United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet UnionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Cold War Begins: Soviet-American Conflict Over East EuropeDDC classification: 934.10923589 LOC classification: E183.8.R9 .D384 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION ; ONE. The Anglo-Soviet Treaty 1942; TWO. Poland 1941-1943; THREE. Postwar Plans and Expectations 1941-1943; FOUR. The Polish-Soviet Dispute 1944; FIVE. Spheres of Influence in Eastern Europe 1944; SIX. Roosevelt Takes the Initiative Yalta 1945; SEVEN. Poland 1945; EIGHT. Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary: Challenges to the Valta Agreements ; NINE. Potsdam, London, Moscow 1945; TEN. Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia 1945; ELEVEN. Conclusions ; APPENDIX; BIBLIOGRAPHY ; INDEX
Summary: A critical issue in the origins of the Cold War-the development of Soviet-American conflict over Eastern Europe from 1941 to 1945-is the subject of Lynn Etheridge Davis's book. Disagreeing with those writers who argue that conflict arose from the determination of the United States to obtain economic markets in Europe or from imprecise assessments of Soviet security interests, the author describes how the United States made an initial commitment to the Atlantic Charter principles in 1941, then continued to promote the creation of representative governments in Eastern Europe without clearly ide
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CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION ; ONE. The Anglo-Soviet Treaty 1942; TWO. Poland 1941-1943; THREE. Postwar Plans and Expectations 1941-1943; FOUR. The Polish-Soviet Dispute 1944; FIVE. Spheres of Influence in Eastern Europe 1944; SIX. Roosevelt Takes the Initiative Yalta 1945; SEVEN. Poland 1945; EIGHT. Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary: Challenges to the Valta Agreements ; NINE. Potsdam, London, Moscow 1945; TEN. Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia 1945; ELEVEN. Conclusions ; APPENDIX; BIBLIOGRAPHY ; INDEX

A critical issue in the origins of the Cold War-the development of Soviet-American conflict over Eastern Europe from 1941 to 1945-is the subject of Lynn Etheridge Davis's book. Disagreeing with those writers who argue that conflict arose from the determination of the United States to obtain economic markets in Europe or from imprecise assessments of Soviet security interests, the author describes how the United States made an initial commitment to the Atlantic Charter principles in 1941, then continued to promote the creation of representative governments in Eastern Europe without clearly ide

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