"1983: A Novel of the Cold War"
April 1, 2023 11:00 AM –12:00 PM
From the author's website:
1983 was the most dangerous year in the U.S.-USSR Cold War confrontation since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. Once elected, President Reagan declared a political and military campaign against the “evil empire,” although Soviet political leaders were looking to untie the Gordian knot that was hindering the Soviet Union’s economic development.
In his novel, Lt. Col. Humpert visits the history, players, and events of the international stage between the United States and Soviet Union. His book also includes important lessons in international relations that are extremely relevant to today. Read more about Lt. Col. Humpert and his book by visiting his website, 1983anovelofthecoldwar.com.
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- Saturday, April 1