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Understanding the imaginary war

Benjamin Ziemann offers a fresh interpretation of the Cold War as an imaginary war, a conflict that had imaginations of nuclear devastation as one of its main battlegrounds. Benjamin Ziemann is a German historian who teaches at the University of Sheffield. Since 2011, he has been Professor of Modern German History at the Department of History, University of Sheffield.

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