Cold War Rivalry and the Perception of the American West by P. Goral

By P. Goral

This booklet demonstrates how the 2 adversaries of the chilly struggle, West Germany and East Germany, endeavored to create specific and distinctive German identities. of their undertaking to say legitimacy, the German cinematic illustration of the yank West grew to become a massive cultural weapon of mass dissemination throughout the chilly War.

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