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A Cold War: Its Origins & Mutual Fear & Suspicion DVD, MP4, USB Drive

A Cold War: Its Origins & Mutual Fear & Suspicion DVD, MP4, USB Drive
A Cold War: Its Origins & Mutual Fear & Suspicion DVD, MP4, USB Drive
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A History Of The Complex Origins Of The Cold War And The Mutual Fear And Suspicion Between The West And The Soviet Union, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #ColdWar #BolshevikRevolution #RussianCivilWar #Cheka #KGB #CIA #WinstonChurchill #IronCurtainSpeech #JosephStalin #WorldWarII #WWII #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

Less than a year after World War II ended, another war began, one unlike any other in history: the Cold War. For over four decades, the open hostility between the West and the Soviet Union threatened the existence of this planet. More than once over those forty years, the world held its breath. The image of Khrushchev banging his shoe at the UN may look ridiculous now, but in 1960, it was frightening. With the end of Soviet domination of Eastern Europe, and the disintegration of the Soviet Union itself, the Cold War was over, and relations between the West and Russia reached its most dramatic crossroads since the Bolshevik Revolution. But what caused the mistrust and paranoia? What caused the fear that divided East and West for so long? This documentary answers those questions with an eye to the complex origins of the Cold War. Our guide on this journey is Dr. Christopher Andrew, author of the book "KGB: The Inside Story", one of the leading authorities on national security and intelligence. An excellent installment of the venerable British documentary TV series Timewatch, as hosted by venerable TV journalist Jack Perkins (Color, 1991, 46 Minutes).