‘Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War’ – A 9-episode docuseries on Netflix about the Cold War and the current military conflict

Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War
Martin Cid

Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War is a docuseries directed by Brian Knappenberger.

In this instance, we must discuss History and politics, as Netflix has released a nine-episode docuseries on the Cold War, which followed the Second World War. This time period was defined by the detonation of nuclear bombs in Japan, leading to the start of the Cold War, where both sides recognized that the use of nuclear technology could lead to extinction in the event of another conflict. The invasion of Ukraine, as stated in “Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War,” is considered a consequence of this ongoing period, affecting all aspects of society, not just the military.

This extensive documentary aims to explain the events of this time period, its significance, and why it continues to impact the world today. While this topic may be beyond the scope of this magazine, we will touch upon the Netflix documentary that has just been released.

About the documentary:

“Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War” is a historical documentary that takes a stance in favor of the Western side, specifically the United States and Europe, with interviews from well-known figures such as Zelenski and others. The documentary primarily delves into the transition from Gorbachev to Putin, with Yeltsin in between, and why Ukraine plays a crucial role in the formation of Putin’s new Russian Empire, and why the West must oppose it. All of these events trace back to the Cold War and various propaganda campaigns, which continue to influence the world today, with the looming threat of a nuclear bomb.

“Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War” is an incredibly interesting documentary that explains what occurred during this time period and how it has led us to the current state of affairs. It is composed of archival footage and interviews, covering topics such as propaganda, armed conflicts, politics, and the bomb that defined it all.

The rest of the events are beyond our scope, and we would prefer not to comment on them. The documentary is now available on Netflix.

Where to Watch “Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War”


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