Forty years ago Soviet tanks rushed into Czechoslovakia, while East German and Soviet governments placed a blockade around West Berlin, spurring the famed Berlin Airlift.
Shortly after the end of the Second World War the global community once again prepared itself for the worst. An amicable alliance between the United States and Soviet Union had grown into a battle for global domination.
Join us TONIGHT, February 13 at 6:00 PM, in the Sacramento Room as Arthur H. Williamson, CSUS Professor of History, takes us back to the tumult and tension of the Cold War. Not only will he describe the break-down of the Soviet-American alliance, he will also relate the Cold War to today’s current geopolitical situation.
Registration is required and can be done so by calling 264-2920 or going online at http://www.saclibrary.org