Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949

Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
Cold War Part I Chapter 3. The Suburbs and the Gulag, 1917-1949
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After WWII, the U.S. experienced a postwar boom and progress in civil rights as both professional baseball and the military began to integrate. Meanwhile, the postwar U.S.S.R. was devastated by the loss of 22,000,000 to 27,000,000 citizens, and it suffered hideous imprisonments and murders under Joseph Stalin, but those who survived were joyful at their victory over Hitler.

Discusses ordinary life for the average person in both the U.S. and U.S.S.R. from 1945-1949. Includes Jackie Robinson.
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