The victory of WWII may have been an achievement between, among others, the Americans, run by their democratically elected government, and the Soviets, run by the Communists. It, however, ... See full summary »

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Catherine Mercier ...
Elle-même - Animatrice
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Himself - Host
David Welch ...
Himself - Director of the Centre for the Study of Propaganda and War, University of Kent
Andreï Kozovoï ...
Lui-même - Historien, Charles De Gaulle University
Fabrice d'Almeida ...
Lui-même - Historien, The Sorbonne University Paris
Simona Colaziri ...
Herself - Historian, University of Rome
Laura A. Belmonte ...
Herself - Historian, Oklahoma State University
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(voice) (as Daniel Beirne)
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Eli Ham ...
Gail Halvorsen (voice)
Toni Ellwand ...
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Stefen Hayes ...
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Michelle Monteith ...
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The victory of WWII may have been an achievement between, among others, the Americans, run by their democratically elected government, and the Soviets, run by the Communists. It, however, marked the beginning of a global power struggle between the two factions, which would be better known as the Cold War. Because the Americans had the ultimate weapon of annihilation in the nuclear bomb, that power struggle was largely through public relation campaigns, in among other propaganda battlegrounds as the Italian election following the war, in Berlin as Stalin and the Soviets tried to seize it in its entirety, and more formally in war on the Korean peninsula. Official and unofficial propaganda campaigns also happened on the home front. In the US, much of it was through network television, whose shows depicted American family life as perfect. But the global situation brought about strong anti-Communist sentiments, which allowed the McCarthy Communist witch hunts to occur. On the Soviet side, ... Written by Huggo

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