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The Longman companion to Cold War and detente, 1941-91

Author: John W Young
Publisher: London ; New York : Longman, 1993.
Series: Longman companions to history.
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This is the third volume to appear in the new series of Longman Companions to History under the General Editorship of Chris Cook and John Stevenson. Each volume will provide a handy reference work to a major area of historical study, and is written by a leading scholar in the field. Today, the Cold War is a chapter of history that is ended; whatever the future brings, it will be different. John W. Young's book is  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John W Young
ISBN: 0582061733 9780582061736 0582061725 9780582061729
OCLC Number: 25630690
Description: xv, 355 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Sect. I. Chronology. 1. Origins of the Cold War, 1917-41. 2. The 'Big Three', 1941-45. 3. The Breakdown of the Grand Alliance, 1945-48. 4. The 'First Cold War', 1948-52. 5. 'The Thaw', 1953-58. 6. Khruschev's Cold War, 1958-62. 7. The Cuban Missile Crisis. 8. Vietnam and early signs of detente, 1962-68. 9. The 'Era of Negotiations', 1969-75. 10. The decline of detente, 1975-79. 11. The 'New' Cold War, 1980-85. 12. The end of the Cold War, 1985-91 --
Sect. II. Crises and conflicts. 1. Poland and Eastern Europe, 1944-48. 2. Greek Civil War, 1944-45 and 1946-49. 3. Trieste crisis, May 1945. 4. Division of Germany, 1945-49. 5. Chinese Civil War, 1945-49. 6. Iran crisis, March 1946. 7. Black Sea Straits controversy, August 1946. 8. Philippines insurgency 1945-54 and post-1968. 9. First Indo-China War, 1946-54. 10. First Arab-Israeli War, 1948-49. 11. Malaya emergency, 1948-60. 12. Berlin blockade, 1948-49. 13. Tito-Stalin split, 1948-49. 14. Korean War, 1950-53. 15. China's invasion of Tibet, October 1950. 16. Iran, 1951-54. 17. Berlin rising, June 1953. 18. Guatemala, June 1954. 19. First Quemoy-Matsu crisis, 1954-55. 20. Poland and Hungary, 1956. 21. Sino-Soviet split, c. 1956-61. 22. Suez Crisis, 1956. 23. 'Missile gap', 1957-61. 24. Turco-Syrian War crisis, October 1957. 25. Middle East crisis, July-November 1958. 26. Second Quemoy-Matsu crisis, August-October 1958. 27. Second Berlin crisis, November 1958- May 1959. 28. The Congo, 1960-63. 29. Laos crisis, 1960-62. 30. Bay of Pigs, April 1961. 31. Berlin Wall crisis, August 1961. 32. Fourth Berlin crisis: 'Nose to nose', October 1961. 33. Soviet-Albanian split, 1961. 34. Cuban Missile Crisis, October 1962. 35. Sino-Indian War, 1962. 36. Vietnam War, 1965-75. 37. Dominica, April-May 1965. 38. Indo-Pakistan War, September 1965. 39. The Six-Day War, 5-10 June 1967. 40. The Pueblo Incident, 1968. 41. Czechoslovakia's 'Prague Spring', 1968. 42. Sino-Soviet border clashes, 1969-89. 43. Jordan crisis, September 1970. 44. Cienfuegos crisis, September 1970. 45. Poland: The fall of Gomulka, December 1970. 46. Indo-Pakistan War, November-December 1971. 47. Chile: the fall of Allende, September 1973. 48. Arab-Israeli 'Yom Kippur' War, October 1973. 49. Portugal and Spain, 1974-76. 50. Angola, 1974-76. 51. Cyprus, July-August 1974. 52. The Mayaguez Incident, May 1975. 53. South-Western Africa (Angola and Namibia) 1975-91. 54. Ogaden (Somali-Ethiopian) War, 1977-78. 55. Vietnamese invasion of Kampuchea, 1977-89. 56. Iran: the fall of the Shah and the hostage crisis, 1978-81. 57. Sino-Vietnamese War, February-April 1979. 58. Nicaragua, 1979-90. 59. Cuban crisis, August-September 1979. 60. Afghanistan: Soviet intervention, December 1979. 61. The Soviet war in Afghanistan, 1979-89. 62. Iran-Iraq (Gulf) War, 1980-88. 63. 'Polish August': the Solidarity episode, 1980-82. 64. Lebanon: Western intervention, 1982-84. 65. Flight KAL 007, September 1983. 66. Grenada, October 1983. 67. Libya, April 1986. 68. Eastern Europe: the collapse of communism, 1989. 69. Panama invasion, December 1989. 70. Kuwait crisis and the second 'Gulf War', 1990-91 --
Sect. III. Conferences and Summits. 1. Tehran Summit, 28 November --
1 December 1943. 2. Yalta Summit, 4-12 February 1945. 3. Potsdam (Berlin) Summit, 17 July --
2 August 1945. 4. Conferences of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), 1945-49. 5. Berlin Conference, 25 January --
18 February 1954. 6. Geneva Conference, 26 April --
21 July 1954. 7. Bandung Conference, 18-24 April 1955. 8. Geneva Summit, 18-23 July 1955. 9. Khruschev's US visit and the Camp David Summit, 15-27 September 1959. 10. Paris Summit/U2 incident, May 1960. 11. Vienna Summit, 3-4 June 1961. 12. Glassboro' (New Jersey) 'Mini-Summit', 23-25 June 1967. 13. Beijing (Sino-American) Summit 22-28 February 1972. 14. Moscow Summit 22-26 May 1972. 15. Washington Summit, 16-24 June 1973. 16. Moscow Summit, 27 June 27 --
3 July 1974. 17. Vladivostok Summit, 23-24 November 1974. 18. Vienna Summit, 15-18 June 1979. 19. Geneva Summit, 19-20 November 1985. 20. Reykjavik Summit, 11-12 October 1986. 21. Washington Summit, 7-10 December 1987. 22. Moscow Summit, 29 May --
2 June 1988. 23. Gorbachev's US visit (New York Summit), December 1988. 24. Beijing (Sino-Soviet) Summit, 15-18 May 1989. 25. Malta Summit, 2-3 December 1989. 26. Washington Summit, 30 May --
4 June 1990. 27. Helsinki Summit, 9 September 1990. 28. Moscow Summit, 30 July --
1 August 1991 --
Sect. IV. Major treaties and organisations --
Involving the Western and Eastern Blocs. 1. Lend-lease aid, 1941-45. 2. Atlantic Charter, August 1941. 3. Anglo-Soviet Pact, 1942-55. 4. United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), 1943-7. 5. Percentages Agreement, October 1944. 6. United Nations, June 1945. 7. European peace treaties, February 1947. 8. Austrian State Treaty, May 1955. 9. Hot-line agreement, June 1963. 10. Test-Ban Treaty, August 1963. 11. Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty, 1 July 1968. 12. Ostpolitik agreements, 1970-71. 13. SALT I talks and the 1972 Treaty. 14. Helsinki Accords (August 1975) and the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE). 15. Normalisation of Sino-American relations, December 1978. 16. Salt II talks and the 1979 Treaty. 17. Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) talks and the 1987 Treaty. 18. German reunification, October 1990. 19. Paris Accords and the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty (19-21 November 1990). 20. Strategic Arms Reduction Talks and the 1991 Treaty --
Involving the Western Powers. 21. Treaty of Dunkirk, March 1947. 22. Marshall Plan 1947-52 and organisation of European economic recovery. 23. Organisation of American States (OAS), April 1948. 24. Brussels Pact, March 1948/Western European Union, October 1954. 25. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, April 1949. 26. Council of Europe, May 1949. 27. Australia-New Zealand-US Pact, September 1951. 28. Japanese Peace Treaty, September 1951. 29. European Defence Community, 1952-54. 30. Balkan Pact, August 1954. 31. South-East Asian Treaty Organisation (SEATO), September 1954. 32. Baghdad Pact (February 1955) and Central Treaty Organisation (CENTO). 33. European Community, March 1957. 34. Multilateral (nuclear) Force, 1961-64. 35. Camp David Agreement, September 1978 --
Involving the Soviet Bloc. 36. Communist International, 1919-43. 37. Hitler-Stalin Pact, 1939-41. 38. Communist Information Bureau (Cominform), 1947-56. 39. Council for Mutual Economic Aid (Comecon), 1949-91. 40. Sino-Soviet Alliance, February 1950. 41. Warsaw Pact, May 1955 --
Sect. V. Major office-holders. 1. United States. 2. Soviet Union. 3. China. 4. Great Britain. 5. France. 6. West Germany and (from 1990) Germany. 7. United Nations. 8. Nato --
Strategic nuclear weapons: the US and the Soviet balance 1956-79.
Series Title: Longman companions to history.
Other Titles: Cold War and detente, 1941-91.
Responsibility: John W. Young.
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