Reconceptualizing the Cold War – On the ground experiences in Asia

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“Reconceptualizing the Cold War: On-the-ground Experiences in Asia,” which aims to build an online archive of oral history collections concerning the Cold War and decolonization in Asia, with a particular focus on Southeast, East, and South Asia.

Based on oral history interviews and archival research across Asia, we aim to capture the emotions, enthusiasms, and fears of the era, and explores experiences and memories of ordinary people who witnessed various kinds of real and imagined wars.

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Reconceptualizing the Cold War – On the ground experiences in Asia

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