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A Brief History

Today, July 23, 2021, we remember the dangerous era known as the Cold War.

Digging Deeper

This playlist presents a collaboration between 20+ channels, all on Cold War history and science.

The preceding videos have covered just some aspects of the Cold War.  It is our hope that through education, we can help prevent such terrifying episodes from occurring again.  Question for students (and subscribers): What can be done today to eliminate the threat of nuclear war?  Please let us know in the comments section below this article.

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Historical Evidence

For more information, please see…

Gaddis, John Lewis.  The Cold War: A New History.  Penguin Books, 2006.

Westad, Odd Arne.  The Cold War: A World History.  Basic Books, 2019.

The featured image in this article, the logo for this collaboration made by Soliloquy was shared with myself (Dr. Zar) and the other participants in Project MAD for use in our videos and for promoting the project.  It is therefore used here to that end.  The image’s copyright is otherwise presumed to belong to Soliloquy and so any other use of this image may require Soliloquy’s permission.

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About Author

Dr. Zar graduated with a B.A. in French and history, a Master’s in History, and a Ph.D. in History. He currently teaches history in Ohio.