Truman, Stalin, and Peace
This book discusses the tactics that President Truman of the United States and Premier Stalin took after World War II. The book consists of 18 chapters about the reasons behind the trouble between Russia and America, President Truman's effort to keep western Europe in the democratic camp while avoiding war, the turning point in the struggle of China, and the rival of Germany. This book is suitable for research on the Cold War between Russia and the United States.
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