This book reviews the strains between the United States and Great Britain that led to the Cold War as the result of personal characteristics of the leaders of the United States, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain as well as of historical and ideological forces.

chapter Chapter One|14 pages

Introduction: The Grand Alliance

chapter Chapter Two|21 pages


chapter Chapter Three|25 pages

After Yalta: The Rifts Begin

chapter Chapter Four|19 pages

From V-E Day to Potsdam

chapter Chapter Five|18 pages

The Potsdam Conference

chapter Chapter Six|17 pages

The Far East

chapter Chapter Seven|18 pages

The Atomic Bomb: A New Dimension

chapter Chapter Eight|19 pages

The Coalition Unravels

chapter Chapter Nine|18 pages

The Adversaries

chapter |4 pages