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
Leon Blum (1872-1950) was a prominent leftwing politician in France, who occupied a number of important political posts over a number of decades. He described
Following the end of WWII and the death of President Roosevelt in the US, newly elected President Truman (and the out of office Winston Churchill)