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Britain, the Cold War, and Yugoslav Unity, 1941-1949

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Ann Lane is the author of a number of books on southern European history. She teaches at King's College and the United Kingdom's ... Lire la suite
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Ann Lane is the author of a number of books on southern European history. She teaches at King's College and the United Kingdom's Defence Academy.



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This work sets out to examines the policy of the British Foreign Office towards Yugoslavia and the Tito Government, during and immediately following World War II. It looks at the relationship between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, and the effects on Soviet-Western relations.



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Britain in search of an ally, 1939-1942; expedients of war - Tito or Mihailovic? expedients for peace - the politics of Yugoslav unity; Yugoslavia between the allies - Trieste and the emergence of Cold War Europe, 1945-1946; limited objectives - seeking a Balkan foothold, 1946-1947; a new Cold War perspective - Tito's separate road; limited commitments - keeping Tito afloat, 1948-1949; Trieste - frontier making in Cold War Europe; the Cold War and Yugoslav unity.

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Titre: Britain, the Cold War, and Yugoslav Unity, 1941-1949
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Code EAN: 9781898723271
ISBN: 978-1-898723-27-1
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Gazelle Academic
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 232
Poids: 452g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm x T18mm
Année: 2012

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