December 15, 2018

Reference: “The Origins of the Cold War: Deciphering Open Access Primary Sources” (New Annotated Webliography)

Title

The Origins of the Cold War: Deciphering Open Access Primary Sources

Author

Amy Dye-Reeves
Murray State University

Source

C&RL News (2018; 79.11)

From the Introduction

This article provides topographical primary source guidance to all researchers on the origins of the Cold War. The column begins with a general overview and becomes specific in nature (with sections pertaining to the Berlin Airlift, Marshall Plan, and Yalta Conference).

Resources are organized into the following sections:

  • General sources: Overview
  • Government manifestation documentations
  • Yalta Conference
  • Berlin blockade and airlift
  • Marshall Plan

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