The Labour Party’s term of Government in the UK from 1945-1950 was an eventful one. After having appeared to equate the support of the USSR’s fight against
There must be clear dialectical thinking as to the foundation of this essay. We must think clearly, but at no time do we meet the
The process of demonising the USSR in US and UK discourse is interesting and dates in its most developed form only from the post-1945 period.
Author’s Note: By December 1939, the UK was already at war with Nazi Germany, but not with the US. Furthermore, Hitler had not yet successfully
I have written elsewhere more or less eulogising the merits of EH Carr and Alexander Werth as noble academics of the Cold War-era, who whilst
‘…Kiev had a peculiar mentality. Only some twenty years before it had been occupied in quick succession by the Germans and Austrian armies, who had