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Leslie Illingworth cartoon depicting the Cuban missile crisis.

Leslie Gilbert Illingworth cartoon in an English newspaper depicts Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev and President John F. Kennedy with fingers on the nuclear button during the October missile crisis in

Arms wrestling.

This image illustrates the relationship between the U. and Russia during and after World War II. The arm wrestling shows the Cold War conflict.

I learned something cool on the @curiositydotcom app: Who Was The Berlin Candy Bomber Of 1948?

Who Was The Berlin Candy Bomber Of 1948?

I learned something cool on the app: Who Was The Berlin Candy Bomber Of

checkpoint charlie/the cold war

FACTS ¥ checkpoint charlie/the cold war. This is an example of how everyone was suspicious of theyre neighbors

This site talks about the Truman Doctrine/Marshall Plan. It also has several political cartoons for help.

This cartoon of 18 June 1947 by EH Shepard for the British magazine Punch shows Truman and Stalin as two taxi-drivers trying to get customers. The 'customers' are labelled 'Turkey', 'Hungary', 'Bulgaria', 'Austria'.

Remnants of the German Army in Prague surrendering to the Allies. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). May 1945

The United States recruited Nazi scientists after the end of World War II and put them to work on secret military and intelligence programs during the Cold War -- that is the astonishing topic of a ne

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