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Dallek, Robert - The lost peace : leadership in a time of horror and hope, 1945-1953

New York. N.Y. : Harper 2010. Stated First Edition. An exceptional copy; fine in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight. bright. clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new.; 8vo 8' - 9' tall; 420 pages; Description: xii. 420 p. [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm. Subject: World politics -- 1945-1955. World War. 1939-1945 -- Peace. Cold War. Summary: In a reinterpretation of the postwar years. historian Robert Dallek examines what drove the leaders of the most powerful nations around the globe--Roosevelt. Churchill. Stalin. Mao. de Gaulle. and Truman--to rely on traditional power politics despite the catastrophic violence their nations had endured. The decisions of these men. for better and often for worse. had profound consequences for decades to come. influencing relations and conflicts with China. Korea. the Middle East. and around the globe. This book is a penetrating look at the misjudgments that caused enormous strife and suffering during this critical period. from the closing months of World War II through the early years of the Cold War. The men who led the world at this time executed astonishingly unwise actions that propelled the nuclear arms race and extended the Cold War. Dallek has written a cautionary tale that considers what might have been done differently.--From publisher description.
EUR 9.95 [Appr.: US$ 10.13 | £UK 8.5 | JPą 1370] Book number 183194

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