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  • 320
  • The Secret State Whitehall and the Cold War
  • Peter Hennessy
  • English
  • 20 October 2019
  • 9780141008356

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Read & Download ´ The Secret State Whitehall and the Cold War Is their secret bunker Under what circumstances would we retaliate Where were the Soviets' UK targets thought to be Whose finger was and is on the button And what kind of world would have been left when the dust had settled and 'breakdown' had occurre ChillingA great read Lots of detail Some of it perhaps a little too wonkish Still Hennessy is a clear eyed critic as well as historian The stuff on the nuclear threat was particularly fascinating All You Need Is Less perhaps a little too wonkish Still Hennessy is a clear eyed critic as well as historian The stuff on the nuclear threat was Aru Shah and the Song of Death (A Pandava Novel Book 2) (Pandava Series) particularly fascinating

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Read & Download ´ The Secret State Whitehall and the Cold War Uments and interviews with key officials to reveal a chilling behind the scenes picture of the corridors of power when the world teetered on the brink of disaster Who would have gone underground with the Prime Minister in the event of an attack Where Extraordinary book A look at the State and Government during the Nuclear Cold War Years A must read

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Read & Download ´ The Secret State Whitehall and the Cold War As Cold War Britain came under the terrifying shadow of nuclear destruction secret government plans were underway to ensure the survival of a chosen few Peter Hennessy's sensational book draws on recently declassified intelligence and war planning doc A really interesting topic and the author clearly knows what s he s writing about but it s a bit of a slog The writing style is often challenging to the point of obfuscating the point I think a lot of this is due to the subject matter for example when a new politician comes up in a story there might be a small paragraph giving full name job title history and relationship to the previously mentioned politician It s probably necessary but having so much information introduced mid story makes it difficult to follow what s being described As a result I don t think I d recommend this to anyone looking for a light or easy read