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Four Minute Warning: Britain's Cold War Legacy (Paperback)
by Bob Clarke

# Paperback: 256 pages
# Publisher: Tempus Publishing Ltd (27 May 2005)
# Language English
# ISBN: 0752433946

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From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic an iron curtain has descended across the Continent. So said Winston Churchill in 1946. About to begin was Britain's most expensive and turbulent period of military history. Four Minute Warning is the story of Britain's Cold War, and it deals with all aspects of this chilling time when Britain could have been obliterated so easily by the unleashing of Russian nuclear weapons. The Cold War was like no other conflict yet experienced. It was more than a struggle between two superpowers, it was a war of ideologies, the Capitalistic West and the Communist East. The Cold War leached its way into every facet of British life to the extent it was not really considered a war at all. But a war it was. The period was punctuated by an arms race which pushed the world to the edge of destruction, as both East and West amassed arsenals of nuclear weapons far beyond what would be needed to destroy, quite literally, everything. So what part did Britain play in all this? Read on and find out!
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