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Hi all...

I am an A-Level history student and am starting my coursework now which makes up a significant percentage of my overall grade (as you probably all know). I have chosen to pursue this question: Assess reasons for the growth of tensions between the USSR and the West between 1945 and 1949.

My question to you all is, can you point me in the direction of some good sources or point me in the direction of a good place to find sources?

Thanks!
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(Original post by harryh123456789)
Hi all...

I am an A-Level history student and am starting my coursework now which makes up a significant percentage of my overall grade (as you probably all know). I have chosen to pursue this question: Assess reasons for the growth of tensions between the USSR and the West between 1945 and 1949.

My question to you all is, can you point me in the direction of some good sources or point me in the direction of a good place to find sources?

Thanks!
For primary source content see here...

https://www.cia.gov/library/center-f...nism-1946-1984

WARNING: Don't try to read them straight off. Pick important moments, keep an eye on dates and look for specific things within that to talk about.
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Orthodox: Schlesinger's article 'Origins of the Cold War'

Revisionist: William Appleman Williams' book 'Tragedy of American Diplomacy'

Post-revisionist: John Lewis Gaddis' book 'Rethinking the Cold War'
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