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Article Tanfer Emin Tunc; Gokhan Tunc (July 2022)
"A Light Bulb in Every House": The Istanbul General Electric Factory and American Technology Transfer to Turkey. Technology and Culture (pp. 749-774). (/isis/citation/CBB847774032/) unapi

Book Elisabeth Roehrlich (2022)
Inspectors for Peace: A History of the International Atomic Energy Agency. (/isis/citation/CBB775978058/) unapi

Book Susanne Bauer; Tanja Penter (2022)
Tracing the Atom: Nuclear Legacies in Russia and Central Asia. (/isis/citation/CBB363250490/) unapi

Article Jayne Elliott (2022)
Posted to Germany: Early Cold War Canadian Military Policy and Its Impact on One Family’s Experience. Canadian Journal of Health History/Revue canadienne d’histoire de la santé (pp. 153-179). (/isis/citation/CBB591798079/) unapi

Article Sebastián Gil-Riaño (2022)
Risky migrations: Race, Latin eugenics, and Cold War development in the International Labor Organization’s Puno–Tambopata project in Peru, 1930–60. History of Science (pp. 41-68). (/isis/citation/CBB899615721/) unapi

Book Henry Richard Maar III (2022)
Freeze!: The Grassroots Movement to Halt the Arms Race and End the Cold War. (/isis/citation/CBB798931618/) unapi

Book Davide Orsini (2022)
The Atomic Archipelago: US Nuclear Submarines and Technopolitics of Risk in Cold War Italy. (/isis/citation/CBB416609671/) unapi

Book Edward Kaplan (2022)
The End of Victory: Prevailing in the Thermonuclear Age. (/isis/citation/CBB085828755/) unapi

Book Vincent Kiernan (2022)
Atomic Bill: A Journalist's Dangerous Ambition in the Shadow of the Bomb. (/isis/citation/CBB835288037/) unapi

Book Susan Colbourn (2022)
Euromissiles: The Nuclear Weapons That Nearly Destroyed NATO. (/isis/citation/CBB508430688/) unapi

Book Jayita Sarkar (2022)
Ploughshares and Swords: India's Nuclear Program in the Global Cold War. (/isis/citation/CBB433310944/) unapi

Article Na Sil Heo (2022)
Racialising Baby Boys: Racial and Gender Politics in Infant Formula Advertisements in Cold War Korea, 1950s–1960s. Gender and History (pp. 243-262). (/isis/citation/CBB288057486/) unapi

Article Till Düppe (2021)
How Western Science Corrupts Class Consciousness: East Germany’s Presence at IIASA. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 737-759). (/isis/citation/CBB656878229/) unapi

Article Pavel Mücke (December 2021)
Tony goes out into the world: The official travels abroad of the President of Czechoslovakia, Antonín Novotný (1953–68). The Journal of Transport History (pp. 360-380). (/isis/citation/CBB239627296/) unapi

Article Ioana Popa (December 2021)
Internationalized science and human rights activism during the late Cold War: The French Committee of Mathematicians. Social Studies of Science (pp. 871-894). (/isis/citation/CBB490409817/) unapi

Article Lucie Marková (December 2021)
Next Stop, Ruzyně International Airport: The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and its Tours Abroad in the 1970s and 1980s. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 399-419). (/isis/citation/CBB206597093/) unapi

Article Valentina Fava; Lenka Krátká (December 2021)
Business Travels and Cold War mobilities. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 347-359). (/isis/citation/CBB039820410/) unapi

Article Elise K. Burton (2021)
Rethinking Collaboration: Medical Research and Working Relationships at the Iranian Pasteur Institute. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 461-483). (/isis/citation/CBB819471497/) unapi

Book Alex Roland (2021)
Delta of Power: The Military-Industrial Complex. (/isis/citation/CBB562475074/) unapi

Article Benoît Pelopidas; Sébastien Philippe (2021)
Unfit for purpose: Reassessing the development and deployment of French nuclear weapons (1956–1974). Cold War History (pp. 243-260). (/isis/citation/CBB148646466/) unapi

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