Good Autobiography to read from someone from the cold war?
- TrotskyiteLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Here's an autobiography. "My Life: An Attempt at an Autobiography" by Leon Trotsky, not someone directly related to the Cold War, but I'm sure you can see the connection.
Che: A Revolutionary Life, by Jon Lee Anderson
That is one of my all time favorite books.
Pol Pot: Anatomy of a Nightmare
and Mao: A Life, both by Philp Short
Ho Chi Minh: A Life, by William J. Duiker
All very good books.
Nevermind, these are biographies, i should read the question better, you should still read these books.
- dnldslkLv 71 decade ago
Perhaps Conrad Adenauer--who is revered in Germany for being anti-Nazi and affectionately called "Der Alte" and who was a West German chancellor.
Good question. Never heard this asked before.