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Roosevelt's lost alliances : how personal politics helped start the Cold War

Author: Frank Costigliola
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. ; Woodstock : Princeton University Press, 2013.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Costigliola
ISBN: 9781400839520 1400839521
OCLC Number: 1100688566
Awards: Commended for PROSE Awards: U.S. History 2012
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction 1 CHAPTER 1: A Portrait of the Allies as Young Men: Franklin, Winston, and Koba 21 CHAPTER 2: From Missy to Molotov: The Women and Men Who Sustained the Big Three 58 CHAPTER 3: The Personal Touch: Forming the Alliance, January-August 1941 97 CHAPTER 4: Transcending Differences: Eden Goes to Moscow and Churchill to Washington, December 1941 141 CHAPTER 5: Creating the "Family Circle": The Tortuous Path to Tehran, 1942-43 163 CHAPTER 6: "I've Worked It Out": Roosevelt's Plan to Win the Peace and Defy Death, 1944-45 205 CHAPTER 7: The Diplomacy of Trauma: Kennan and His Colleagues in Moscow, 1933-46 259 CHAPTER 8: Guns and Kisses in the Kremlin: Ambassadors Harriman and Clark Kerr Encounter Stalin, 1943-46 291 CHAPTER 9: "Roosevelt's Death Has Changed Everything": Truman's First Days, April-June 1945 312 CHAPTER 10: The Lost Alliance: Widespread Anxiety and Deepening Ideology, July 1945-March 1946 359 Conclusion and Epilogue 418 Acknowledgments 429 Bibliographical Note 433 Notes 437 Index 523
Responsibility: Frank Costigliola.


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