Established in 1991 at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., the Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) works to gather historical materials from governments on all sides of the Cold War. The project offers a number of these materials on its site, along with in-house publications, information about fellowship programs, and detailed updates about conferences and seminars. First-time visitors would do well to click on The Latest from the Cold War International History Project to get started. Here they can learn about the latest e-Dossiers (topical essays that draw on CWIHP documents), upcoming talks, and other items of note. Some of these latest e-Dossiers include "Viet Minh Seeks Support from Soviets," and "KGB/Stasi Cooperation." Visitors should also look at the Issues area, which contains materials that deal specifically with topics such as Communism, Declassification, and Democracy. [KMG]


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