Военная политика Канады в 1939–1945 гг.

Антон Николаевич Учаев

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Учаев А. Н. Военная политика Канады в 1939–1945 гг. // Власть, 2018. Том. 26. № 2. C. 130-133.

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Статья посвящена анализу канадской историографии участия этой страны во Второй мировой войне. В данной работе рассматриваются основные тенденции и модели освещения и изучения мирового конфликта в контексте вовлеченности в него Канады. В исследовании показана эволюция приоритетов канадских историков, тематическая палитра и специфика анализа воздействия войны на Канаду. Автор приходит к выводу, что практически всеми признается высокая эффективность канадской военной экономики и ее вклада в дело победы, но в вопросе оценки военного участия доминиона наблюдаются достаточно серьезные разногласия.

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Канада; Вторая мировая война; вооруженные силы; доминион; историография

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