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by Denis Smith

  • ISBN: 0802057705
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Denis Smith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press (July 30, 1988)
  • Pages: 300
  • ePub book: 1997 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1481 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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ISBN13:9780802066848. Release Date:April 1988.

When Canada went to war in September 1939 she was a relative novice in international diplomacy, with a record of aloofness from the great disputes of the 1930s that threatened and finally destroyed the twenty years’ peace. The Second World War upset the old European and world balance by shattering Britain, France, and Germany and thrusting the United States and the Soviet Union prematurely into the vacuum. Henceforth they occupied the stage as superpowers.

This is an outstanding monograph, rich with quotations from Canadian, American and British archives and personal papers

MORE BY Abraham F. Lowenthal. This is an outstanding monograph, rich with quotations from Canadian, American and British archives and personal papers. The story of how Canadian diplomats tried to understand the behavior of the Soviet Union and cope with the problems of being pulled inexorably along in the wake of the United States illuminates the history of the cold war and of . foreign policy as well as the history of Canada.

Diplomacy of FearThe wartime alliance of the Soviet Union with Britain, the United States, Canada, and their allies very .

Diplomacy of FearThe wartime alliance of the Soviet Union with Britain, the United States, Canada, and their allies very quickly unravelled after the war; in . Denis Smith here tells the story of how mutual conflict and misunderstanding led to the disintegration of the alliance with the Soviet Union, and of how Canada chose its place as a secondary member of the emerging American alliance. Smith draws on Canadian, British, and American historical archives of the years from the German invasion of Russia to the establishment of NATO.

University of Toronto Press, 1988 - 289 sayfa. Dennis Smith spent 18 years with the New York City Fire Department. Smith lives in New York City. University of Toronto Press, 1988. Orijinalin kaynağı: Michigan Üniversitesi.

The Cold War in Canada came to an end during the period 1990–1995 as the traditional mission to contain Soviet expansion faded into the new realities of. .Diplomacy of Fear: Canada and the Cold War, 1941–1948.

The Cold War in Canada came to an end during the period 1990–1995 as the traditional mission to contain Soviet expansion faded into the new realities of warfare. The Cold War required permanent foreign deployments to Western Europe, something which was no longer necessary, and as such bases closed down.

Diplomacy of Fear: Canada and the Cold War 1941–1948Denis Smith Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988, pp. x, 289. J. L. Granatstein (a1). Recommend this journal. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique.

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