National Security Archive Cold War Reader

The series, edited by Malcolm Byrne, explores key episodes in the Cold War based on the latest archival documentation from the former Soviet bloc and newly declassified Western sources. Edited and introduced by scholars affiliated with the National Security Archive’s “Openness in Russia and Eastern Europe Project,” the series represents a truly multinational approach to Cold War history. Funding for the Openness Project has been provided by the Open Society Institute, the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. The series has been produced in cooperation with the Cold War International History Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for the Scholars in Washington, D.C.

Editor: 
Malcolm Byrne
Vojtech Mastny
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978-963-7326-07-3
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978-963-7326-08-0
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Editor: 
Malcolm Byrne
Andrzej Paczkowski
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978-963-7326-84-4
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$65.00 / € 49.95 / £43.95
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978-963-7326-96-7
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Editor: 
Svetlana Savranskaya
Thomas S. Blanton
Vladislav Zubok
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978-963-9776-77-7
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$75.00 / €55.00 / £50.00
ISBN: 
978-615-5053-40-5
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Editor: 
Csaba Békés
Malcolm Byrne
János M. Rainer
ISBN: 
978-963-9241-48-0
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$67.95 / €57.95 / £43.95
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978-963-9241-66-4
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Author: 
Svetlana Savranskaya
Thomas S. Blanton
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978-963-386-169-1
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$99.00 / €95.00 / £80.00
Editor: 
Jaromir Navratil
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978-963-9116-67-7
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Editor: 
Christian F. Ostermann
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978-963-9241-17-6
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$63.95 / €53.95 / £38.95
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978-963-9241-57-2
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