The Winning Weapon: The Atomic Bomb in the Cold War, 1945-50

The Winning Weapon The Atomic Bomb in the Cold War s t The Atomic Bomb in the Cold War This book makes clear how why after WWII American diplomats tried to make the atom bomb a winning weapon an absolute advantage in negotiations with the U

  • Title: The Winning Weapon: The Atomic Bomb in the Cold War, 1945-50
  • Author: Gregg Herken
  • ISBN: 9780691022864
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • s t The Atomic Bomb in the Cold War, 1945 50This book makes clear how, why, after WWII American diplomats tried to make the atom bomb a winning weapon, an absolute advantage in negotiations with the USSR.AcknowledgmentsPrologueHiroshima after, the atomic bomb in diplomacy, 1945 46The Atomic curtain, domestic international consequences of atomic energy,s t The Atomic Bomb in the Cold War, 1945 50This book makes clear how, why, after WWII American diplomats tried to make the atom bomb a winning weapon, an absolute advantage in negotiations with the USSR.AcknowledgmentsPrologueHiroshima after, the atomic bomb in diplomacy, 1945 46The Atomic curtain, domestic international consequences of atomic energy, 1945 47Diplomacy deterrence, the military dimension, 1945 50EpilogueNotesBibliographyIndex

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    1. A dated but well written history of how US policymakers viewed the fact that their country was the only one capable of deploying nuclear weapons in the years prior to losing that monopoly The one thing that tends to grab your attention is how utterly unimaginative they could be Herken starts off with America s post World War II foreign policy and how the US used its atomic monopoly to gain certain diplomatic advantages in the form of both threats and offers of nuclear cooperation and how it was [...]


    2. A retelling of the political and military chronology related to the atomic bomb, from a mostly American point of view The book gives a glimpse into the machinations of the American government and the power struggles that broke out in various contexts, from international to intranational as a result of the successful deployment of the a bomb Interesting, and worth the time to read Those interested in a technical or scientific treatment of the subject should look elsewhere, as this book is written [...]


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