THE BERLIN AIRLIFT: The Cold War Mission to Save a City
With strong insight into the characters of Ernest Bevin, General Clay, Dean Acheson, and Robert Schumann, and now with a foreward by former British minister to Berlin Sir Michael Burton, this is a story of individual heroism and high brinkmanship politics, of daily life under appalling circumstances, and great achievements against all odds.
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