Religion and the Cold War - An Introduction

Dianne Kirby

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    an examination of the religious dimension of the Cold War and the scholarly essays exploring its multi-dimensional conduct and nature.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationReligion and the Cold War
    Pages1-24
    Publication statusPublished - 4 Jan 2003

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    Kirby, D. (2003). Religion and the Cold War - An Introduction. In Religion and the Cold War (pp. 1-24)
    Kirby, Dianne. / Religion and the Cold War - An Introduction. Religion and the Cold War. 2003. pp. 1-24
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