The Berlin Cold War Companion 1945-1989

Author(s): David McCormack 

ISBN: 9781781557280
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The essential guide to understanding and exploring the Cold War landscape of Berlin.
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  • A meticulously researched and highly detailed history and location guide 

  • Ideal for both first-time visitors and tour veterans

  • Period and contemporary photographs bring the history of an essential guide crammed with useful information and facts for explorers of the post-Berlin battlefield

    This highly detailed and absorbing Cold War guide is the ideal companion for those wishing to explore the once divided capital of Berlin.

    Using his in-depth knowledge as an historian and battlefield/historical guide, David McCormack describes in vivid detail the tension and drama of the long standoff between the superpowers, which shaped the landscape of both a defeated Germany and Europe for years to come.

    Meticulous historical research combines with the author’s intimate knowledge of Berlin to produce a user-friendly guide rich in period detail. Prepare for a fascinating journey across the Cold War landscape of Berlin as it is today.

     

    BOOK ISBN 9781781557280
    FORMAT 234 x 156 mm
    BINDING Paperback
    PAGES 192 pages
    PUBLICATION DATE 01 October 2019
    TERRITORY UK and Worldwide
    ILLUSTRATIONS 56 colour photographs


     



    David McCormack graduated with first-class honours in Contemporary Military and International History. A regular contributor of Japanese-based historical articles to the International Academic Forum’s Eye Magazine, he has also had eight articles entitled Japan at War published by the Armourer Magazine (2005-2006). 


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