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The Asian Cold War, The Manifold Manifestations Of The Cold War In Asia In Indochina, China, Formosa (Modern Taiwan), Japan And Korea, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An MP4 Video Download Or Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD! (Color And Black/White, 1989, 47 Minutes.)
Assembled from private and national archives around the world, this English-narrated French documentary, originally produced in 1978 by the eminent French production company Pathe Cinema, uses actual newsreels and films shot by cameramen of six countries, and was re-written and re-edited in 1989 by a production staff of Canadian and British specialists.
The Cold War In Asia was a major dimension of the world-wide Cold War that shaped largely diplomacy and warfare from the mid-1940s to 1991. The main players were the United States, the Soviet Union, China, Taiwan (Republic of China), North Korea, South Korea, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Other countries were also involved, and less directly so was the Middle East. In the late 1950s division between China and the Soviet Union began to emerge, culminating in the Sino-Soviet split, and the two fought for control of Communist movements across the world, especially in Asia.