France, the Cold War and the Western Alliance, 1944-49: French Foreign Policy and Post-War Europe Hardcover – 1 Apr 1990
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When France signed the Atlantic Pact in April 1949 the ranks of the western side of the Cold War were complete, the Soviet Union lost its only important post-war western ally and the shape of the world's big-power relations were fixed for 40 years. Previous histories of the origins of the Cold War have relied almost exclusively on Anglo-American sources and have reflected Anglo-American attitudes. The publication of this account, based on French archival evidence which has only recently become available, means that a comprehensive account of the French role in the division of Europe between East and West is available for the first time. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.