Canada and the early Cold War, 1943-1957 /: E2-179/1998-PDF
Canada and the Early Cold War 1943-1957 is a collection of eight essays by leading Canadian scholars on Canada's foreign policy during the 1940s and 1950s. Its contributors include John English, Denis Stairs and Robert Bothwell.
|Department/Agency||Foreign Affairs and International Trade.|
|Title||Canada and the early Cold War, 1943-1957 /|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
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|Note||"This collection of essays on Canada and the early Cold War emerges from a colloquium held in November 1997 to mark the 30th anniversary of the publication of the first volume in the series Documents on Canadian External Relations (DCER). An examination of Canadian diplomacy during one of its most fruitful periods seemed an especially appropriate way to celebrate the DCER's birth: the Cold War and Canadian postwar foreign policy provided much of the inspiration behind the series."--Page 14. The catalogue number (E2-179/1998) and ISBN (0-660-60748-4) for the bilingual print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.|
|Number of Pages||255p.|
|Subject Terms||External relations, Canadian history|
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