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The Resource Churchill's Cold War : the politics of personal diplomacy, Klaus Larres

Churchill's Cold War : the politics of personal diplomacy, Klaus Larres

Label
Churchill's Cold War : the politics of personal diplomacy
Title
Churchill's Cold War
Title remainder
the politics of personal diplomacy
Statement of responsibility
Klaus Larres
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
327.41/0092
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Churchill's Cold War : the politics of personal diplomacy, Klaus Larres
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [531]-570) and index
Contents
Churchill's personal diplomacy before the First World War: Anglo-German antagonism and attempts to negotiate with the Kaiser and Admiral Tirpitz -- The politics of war: summit diplomacy with Roosevelt and Stalin -- Churchill and 'the United States of Europe' during the Second World War: attempts to preserve Britain's status as a world power -- The emergence of the post-war world: European regionalism, big three 'summitry,' and Anglo-American difficulties -- Early Cold War years: Churchill's survival as leader of the conservative party and Attlee's interest in negotiating with Stalin -- Waiting in the wings: Churchill's foreign policy as leader of the opposition -- Ever closer union?: Churchill and European integration in the post-War years -- Against all odds: return to power and a visit to Harry Truman -- Between pessimism and new hope: the Stalin note and a new American president -- The Cold War after Stalin: Churchill, the United States, and the 'new' men in the Kremlin -- Churchill's vision: proposals for overcoming the Cold War -- Triumph and tragedy: Britain, the USA, and the uprising in East Germany -- Churchill's policy undermined: collusion and the Western foreign ministers' talks in Washington -- Churchill's last summit conference: the Bermuda meeting and the continuation of the crusade -- Preparing a final attempt: Churchill's perseverance and his perceived agreement with Eisenhower -- At the end of the day: outrage in London, consternation in Washington, and disinterest in Moscow -- A prolonged farewell: Churchill's last months as prime minister
Control code
ocm48858207
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxii, 583 p.
Isbn
9780300094381
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002000830
System control number
(Sirsi) 722690
Label
Churchill's Cold War : the politics of personal diplomacy, Klaus Larres
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [531]-570) and index
Contents
Churchill's personal diplomacy before the First World War: Anglo-German antagonism and attempts to negotiate with the Kaiser and Admiral Tirpitz -- The politics of war: summit diplomacy with Roosevelt and Stalin -- Churchill and 'the United States of Europe' during the Second World War: attempts to preserve Britain's status as a world power -- The emergence of the post-war world: European regionalism, big three 'summitry,' and Anglo-American difficulties -- Early Cold War years: Churchill's survival as leader of the conservative party and Attlee's interest in negotiating with Stalin -- Waiting in the wings: Churchill's foreign policy as leader of the opposition -- Ever closer union?: Churchill and European integration in the post-War years -- Against all odds: return to power and a visit to Harry Truman -- Between pessimism and new hope: the Stalin note and a new American president -- The Cold War after Stalin: Churchill, the United States, and the 'new' men in the Kremlin -- Churchill's vision: proposals for overcoming the Cold War -- Triumph and tragedy: Britain, the USA, and the uprising in East Germany -- Churchill's policy undermined: collusion and the Western foreign ministers' talks in Washington -- Churchill's last summit conference: the Bermuda meeting and the continuation of the crusade -- Preparing a final attempt: Churchill's perseverance and his perceived agreement with Eisenhower -- At the end of the day: outrage in London, consternation in Washington, and disinterest in Moscow -- A prolonged farewell: Churchill's last months as prime minister
Control code
ocm48858207
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxii, 583 p.
Isbn
9780300094381
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002000830
System control number
(Sirsi) 722690

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