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  • The Cold War A Military History
  • David Miller
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  • 24 March 2018
  • 9781448137930

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    It no doubt would be difficult to write a single all enconmpassing book on the Cold War due to the complexities of the geopolitical struggle on a world wide stage David Miller focuses his book on Europe and the stand off between NATO and the Warsaw Pact There are certainly interesting descriptions of the diplomatic and

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    Interesting discussions about the history and the strategic use of military weapons during the Cold War That said incredibly tedious There's an awful lot of detail about specific weapon systems and designs that lack any kind of context in the sense of military decision making and thought underlying adoption of weapon systems or the lack thereof It's like the author had a list of weapon and other systems he obtained from a FOIA o

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From to the world was War A Kindle #210 overshadowed by the Cold War Repeatedly it seemed that in days even hours global nuclear conflict would sweep away much of the United States the Soviet Union and Europe They would be obliterated in what President Carter described as 'one long final and very bleak afternoon' When the Cold War ended the Warsaw Pact was wound up and the vast military forces which had flourished for over The Cold Epubforty years were.

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Disbanded As with all wars however it was only then that the realities of what had been involved began to emerge indeed much has remained hidden until nowIn The Cold War David Miller discloses not only the vast scope of the military resources involved but also how nearly threat came to terrible reality Most chillingly of all he reveals that while the menace of nuclear war predominated it was actually little understood Cold War A MOBI #183 even by the ex. The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family predominated it was actually little understood Cold War A MOBI #183 even by the ex.

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Perts The book examines each military area in turn covering the formation of the two great alliances and the strategies and major weapons in the rival navies armies and air forces That the Cold War ended without a conflict was due to professionalism on both sides The result Miller suggests would have impressed the Chinese military strategist Sun Tsu who writing in the fifth century BC said that 'to subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill'.

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