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Grzegorz Jul 21
Soviet Pavilion at first asian international trade expo 1966 (Thailand)
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92ARWcommander 25m
Fairchild History! Awesome tour of Atlas Missile site near Davenport that was once part of the 92d during the Cold War! A big thanks to Peter Davenport (owner) and John Davis for hosting us!
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Steven Craig 7h
if boris has his way we be back 1980
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Lala Cat 10h
I studied History to Gr 12 then some history & philosophy at uni. Also taught Capitalism Communism Socialism Democracy Totalitarianism concepts. It's quite apparent many ppl criticising these so-called "lefties" have no clue of terms' meanings. Agree w Tom
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The Nick Temple Files Jul 21
Started 's Liberation Square and got drawn in right from the start - Checkpoint Charlie in ! Brilliant use of a icon gives the book an immediate - as in the first sentence - hook. Nice.
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Guido 10h
Nice drawings of the US Atlas F Bunker-type (missile silo). 72 Atlas F operational missile complexes are built. They were controlled by 10 different Air Force bases located throughout the United States.
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|DOS| Clan 2h
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अज्ञान 🇮🇳‏ 10h
: Russia failed everywhere; but India. Was it because they had managed to honey-trap the daughter n future PM of the country? Explains d monumental blunders like not accepting . In fact, d details cud be so embarrassing that even opposition refuses to reveal it.
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John Wild Jul 20
Thank You Neil, Buzz & Michael... 50 Years ago today...
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Peter Johnston Jul 9
The backbone of British deterrence in the ?
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Aziz Mahdi 🌍 14h
"The scramble for power in Somalia and the Horn of is in some ways an extension of the cold war that has flared across the region since the Arab Spring."
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Communicating the Unthinkable Jul 12
Good morning! This lovely red file contains examples of the kinds of things you'd have heard on the BBC after a nuclear attack. Let's take a look inside.
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Subodh Mathur Jul 21
Chinese Money in the U.S. Dries Up due to Cold War II. Won't hurt U.S. much as it can find money elsewhere. This is part of untangling the two economies.
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NetSupport-Inc Corp 7h
A New Could Put Another Man on The Moon
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Feral Federalist Jul 19
A little hobby of mine is finding and reading old . Right now I’m interested in so... Nuclear annihilation propaganda from the was mostly about surviving mushroom clouds 🍄
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RedQueenRedTeam 3h
Take an break! Found this item in an attic. "From the to glass, in 15 seconds max."
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Jonathan Hogg Jun 19
Have a peaceful week in Bradford!
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Cold War Records 13h
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Greenham Skies Jul 22
Always an IAT and RIAT treat when it was on active duty; the SR-71 Blackbird. Seen here at Greenham Common in July 1983 and last Air Tattoo held at the base
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Ms. Mary H Miller Jul 22
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