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Cold War

Tensions between the three victorious western powers and the Soviet Union had always existed. But the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union broke out “officially,” when Stalin decided in 1948 to blockade the three western sectors of Berlin; it ended in 1989, when the German people decided to tear down the Berlin wall. Papers listed in this section deal with this post-war era, which was, in a way, foreseen by Goebbels in February 1945, when he stated that a Soviet iron curtain would descend across Europe.

Documents in this category

Author Document Language Published
Grimstad, W. Autopsying the Communist Cadaver English 1990-04-01
Marchetti, V. Behind "Khrushchev Remembers", Book Review English 1994-05-01
Grubach, P. Does North Korea have "Nazi Gas Chambers?" English 2004-08-01
Kausch, F. The Great Soviet Space Bamboozle English 2004-08-01
Michaels, D. The Gulag: Communism’s Penal Colonies Revisited English 2002-03-01
Lutton, C. Uprising! One Nation’s Nightmare: Hungary 1956, A Review English 1984-12-01
Sobran, J. Working with Stalin English 1995-08-01
Dmytryshyn, B. Gorbachev’s New Look at Soviet History: Insightful and Naive, Book Review English 2000-06-01
Turley, M. Freedom, Democracy and ‘The Conquering of Evil’ English 2009-08-01
Stedul, N. Croatian Victims of the Yugoslav Secret Police outside Yugoslavia, 1945-1990 English 2004-05-01
Maltsev, Y. Estonia: Emerging From Communism English 1995-01-01
Bolton, K. Stalin's German-Nationalist Party English 2014-02-23
Wesserle, A. The New World Disorder English 1991-12-01
Weber, M. Phony 'Anti-Semitic' Incidents, East Berlin Officials Staged 'Neo-Nazism' in West Germany English 1995-11-01
Chaim, B. Isolationists in the Cold War Era, A Review English 1982-04-01
Pfitzner, W. How the United States started the Vietnam War English 2003-02-01
Marchetti, V. Propaganda and Disinformation: How the CIA Manufactures History, Paper presented to the Ninth International Revisionist Conference English 1989-10-01
Konkin Iii, S. Marxism in the United States, A Review English 1988-07-01
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