The Cold War Notes
I have taken these notes in lectures and re-wrote them before exams. I have achieved a first class (78%) with these notes in June 2013 exams. The document is NOT written in note-form, therefore is very argumentative and clear. It is 12 pages long, in total 4982 words.
I realize that sometimes it can be hard to remember dates and events just by reading text, for this reason the document includes tables and diagrams to help you remember things.
These notes include:
Detailed historiography of the Cold War;
Overview of détente period;
End of the Cold War and views on who won the Cold War (Reagan or Gorbachev?);
Glossary of important terms;
Table with important dates in the Cold War period;
Table with all the American presidents and Soviet leaders of the Cold War period;
Diagrams and tables to sum up ideas;
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