This is Colin Turbett's new book that seeks to give us a new angle on the Cold War, focusing on the stories of the people who were impacted by the events of the period. This is a refreshing change from the political diatribes, from left and right, that tend to dominate the historiography. Colin helpfully looks at many of the books of the period highlighting just how biased much of the writing was, sadly sometimes from authors whose work is widely admired today. Interpretation bias has always figured in the political dialogue between contending parties but is questionable when presented as academic objectivity.
|A particular favourite of mine is the T55. This is in 20mm from my collection.