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In the rhetoric of the Cold War, Christianity became a means of distinguishing between socialism and communism, of dramatizing and publicizing the Soviet regime as an evil power and the Cold War as a Manichean conflict and of consolidating the western alliance, the ‘special relationship’ in...
President Kennedy was the first American president to enunciate commitment to maintaining an arms balance between Israel and its Arab neighbours. He defined the US–Israeli relationship as ‘special’. He told the Israelis that if Israel were invaded, the USA would come to its support. US...
Christian Democracy had a formative influence on western Europe after 1945. This article studies the transnational co-operation of European Catholic politicians in exile during the second world war and evaluates how this might have influenced postwar developments. It argues that Catholic...
After Hitler came to power, France had been one of the most important host countries for emigrants from Germany. In spring 1939 another wave of refugees reached the country after the Spanish Civil War, whereupon the government of Édouard Daladier reacted by building internment camps in the south...
Ever since the dissolution of the USSR the fate of the Black Sea fleet and its main base, the port and city of Sevastopol, remains at the centre of Russian-Ukrainian relations. The current dispute between the two largest of the former Soviet republics is deeply rooted in history, as the Russian...
Employing the hitherto little used archive of the Merseyside Youth Association (MYA), an association which was created in 1969 out of the amalgamation of the Liverpool Boys' Association (LBA) and the Liverpool Union of Youth Clubs (LUYC), this article explores the role played by youth...
Between June 1942 and September 1944, Ernst ‘Putzi’ Hanfstaengl was employed by the Roosevelt administration as an intelligence analyst and psychological warfare adviser. This article not only explores the President's exact motivations for bringing a former confidant of Hitler to Washington...
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