4 edition of CULTURAL COLD WAR IN WESTERN EUROPE, 1945-1960; ED. BY GILES SCOTT-SMITH. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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For those interested in the whole volume, I believe Amsterdam University Press has placed the entire pdf file on the web via an Open Access Publishing initiative. Customer Reviews: If you love books with sentences like this.
whether they knew it or not. 'Well, who's gonna give the money? Will she give you a million dollars? The Politics of Productivity and the Politics of Anti-Communism: American and European labour in the Cold War 5. " Diplomacy and Statecraft 8, no.
Out of Tune: The Congress for Cultural Freedom in Denmark, 1953-1960 12. One of the first volumes to bring together the new wave of 1990s Cultural Cold War research.
" Journal of Broadcasting 10 Spring 1966 : 119-135. " Intelligence and National Security 7, no. Nonetheless, "this is an important work" and "an essential item" in the literature on the cultural Cold War. 3, identifies the aim of this collection as establishing "the nature of the respective contributions of politicians and their civil servants in the main West European countries on the question of closer European co-operation.
It was originally intended as a kind of follow-up to the popular Cultural Cold War in Western Europe 1945-1960 volume from 2003, 1945-1960; ED. BY GILES SCOTT-SMITH. this volume has moved with the times of Cold War Culture research and is quite a different collection, focusing more on cultural production and reception across the blocs rather than cultural confrontation between the blocs. " The author's "point that the Congress, despite its CIA funding, did not function as a U.
is "a real contribution to popular understanding of the postwar period" The Wall Street Journal , and its story of covert cultural efforts to win hearts and minds continues to be relevant today.
[pb] Pforzheimer says that the "larger segment of the book consists of several hundred alleged CIA and a few NSA names with details of their putative careers.