Britain's Cold War covers each decade from the 1940s to the 1990s, when the country lived in the shadow of nuclear conflict and the West was locked in a worldwide struggle against communist powers.
Now consigned to history, the era remains a vivid memory for many, and the events of the period are still echoed in conflicts around the world today.
Using an evocative collection of images of Britain over five decades, author Bob Clarke brings this fascinating period of British history to life.
Bob Clarke has worked around aviation since 1981, an expert on post-war aviation and military engineering. He is also a well know archaeologist and speaker, presenting to a number of national groups annually. He has published widely on a number of archaeological and historical themes including Britain's Cold War, The Berlin Airlift and Saxon Executions. Bob holds the post of Review Editor for the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society and is currently lecturing on archaeological and Twentieth-Century historical matters for the University of Bath.