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The Role of Greenland in WW2 and The Cold War

Although Greenland has always been one of the more remote places of the world, its position leaves it with a potentially very significant role to play in any world-wide conflict. 1,126 more words

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Fighter Pilot's Daughter by Mary Lawlor, Review

Title: Fighter Pilot’s Daughter: Growing Up in the Sixties and the Cold War
Author: Mary Lawlor
Publisher: Rowman and Littlefield
Pages: 336… 1,640 more words


It Is A New Week, What Are You Reading?

Tonight, I am starting to read one of the books I received as a Christmas present from the young man who claims to want to be my son-in-law someday. 73 more words

Ray Visotski

Helen Dunmore - Exposure

Trust, love, loyalty and betrayal in a very Cold War indeed

Helen Dunmore’s magnificent novel of espionage, set in England in the early 60s, deep in the Cold War, captivated from its first sombre, reflective sentences in the prologue, right up to the final arresting image. 682 more words

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The Classic Sound Of The Cold War - Brought To You By Chrysler

What you hear at the start of this video is the sound of a Chrysler FirePower Hemi V8 engine start and rev-up. Afterwards comes the old familiar wail of the cold war nuclear attack warning. 158 more words


The Numbers Station

Chepstow, 1983


Clive snubbed out his cigarette as the small black car speaker that hung from chicken wire around his workbench crackled in to life. 2,511 more words

Cold War

About: Tejanas of La Raza Unida Project

Incredible Texas women worked tirelessly in the 1960s and 1970s to make our state a better, more equitable place. We want to celebrate these women, and their unique experiences as political and community activists, as told through their work with La Raza Unida. 148 more words

Fernando Ortiz Jr. reblogged this on stillness of heart and commented:

I'm proud to be a part of this fascinating project.