Zhdanov in Finland

Alfred J. Rieber


As the Soviet archives begin grudgingly to yield their secrets, it becomes possible to reconsider the origins of the Cold War from new perspectives.  Up to this point most books on the subject have been written out of Western source materials. Even the best of the very few attempts to put Moscow at the center of things have had to rely heavily on published or indirect evidence culled from western diplomatic and intelligence reports in order to fathom Soviet intentions.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/cbp.1995.64


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