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Canada and the Early Cold War 1943-1957

Canada and the Early Cold War 1943-1957 is a presentation of papers prepared by some of Canada's leading foreign policy scholars, draw on the published and unpublished diplomatic record to explore aspects of Canadian foreign policy during the first stages of the Cold War. They were originally presented at a colloquium held in November 1997.
  • J. L. Black
  • Robert Bothwell
  • John English
  • Hector Mackenzie
  • Dominique Marshall
  • Stéphanie Roussel
  • Angelika Sauer
  • Denis Stairs
Edited by Greg Donaghy for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1998.
Catalogue No. E2-179-1998
Price $14.95
Format Softcover
Pages 510
Language Bilingual
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Last modified: April 12, 2000

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