The End of the Cold War?: Bush, Kohl, Gorbachev, and the Reunification of Germany
This carefully researched history draws on archival sources as well as a wealth of new interviews with on-the-ground activists, political actors, international figures, and others to move beyond the narratives both the German and American varieties that have dominated the historical memory of German reunification.
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