Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the International Conference on Cold War Military Records and History held in Washington, D.C., 21-26 March 1994|
|Statement||edited by William W. Epley.|
|Series||CMH pub ;, 70-49|
|Contributions||Epley, William W., United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense., Center of Military History.|
|LC Classifications||D839.3 .I49 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 560 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||560|
|LC Control Number||96137494|
Get this from a library! International cold war military records and history: proceedings of the International Conference on Cold War Military Records and History held in Washington, D.C., March [William W Epley; United States. Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.; Center of Military History.;] -- Presents an anthology of papers on Cold War . Get this from a library! International cold war military records and history: proceedings of the International Conference on Cold War Military Records and History held in Washington, D.C., March sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the United States Army Center of Military History. [William W Epley; United States. The Proceedings of the International Conference on Cold War Military Records and History is an important anthology of papers on Cold War historical activities, presented by military historians and archivists of the Western and Eastern blocs to over representatives from seventeen nations. Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense's. But this book is not really history. It is, instead, a collection of relatively short essays, mostly about weapons and weapons systems developed and used to arm the Cold War military forces. As an introduction to those subjects, this book probably has some value, but it is not the narrative of Cold War military events which the title s:
The book is forward-looking as well as retrospective, not least in encouraging us to reflect on how much the character of the present world owes to the Cold War. The result is a detailed survey that will be invaluable to students and scholars of military and international s: 3. The Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted for decades and resulted in anti-communist suspicions and international incidents that led . The National Archives and Records Administration holds and makes available for research a significant quantity of federal records and presidential materials that document Cold War era activities and concerns of the United States Government. This web page provides links and citations to NARA-prepared or NARA-sponsored sources of information about this Cold War documentation. What military records does NARA have? The National Archives holds Federal military service records from the Revolutionary War to in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C. See details of holdings. Military records from WWI - present are held in the National Military Personnel Records Center (NPRC), in St. Louis, Missouri, See details of holdings.
Histories of the Cold War generally concentrate on the politics of it all. But for many, the Cold War's military implications and activities are just as interesting. Historical neglect ends with this book--or, more precisely, ended with the publication of these essays in Military History Quarterly over Reviews: Cold War, the open yet restricted rivalry that developed after World War II between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective allies. The Cold War was waged on political, economic, and propaganda fronts and had only limited recourse to weapons. The term was first used by the English writer George Orwell in an article published in to refer to what he predicted would be a. About this journal. Published quarterly, War in History is a peer reviewed journal that publishes articles on war in all its aspects: economic, social, political and military including the study of naval forces, maritime power and air forces, as well as more narrowly defined military matters. There is no restriction as to period. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics. A Military History of the Cold War, – book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Cold War did not culminate in World War /5(4).