cold war

Cold War 7/24: After Stalin (1953-1956) Cold War 7/24: After Stalin (1953-1956)

Advertise your product or brand here contact www.OpenSubtitles.org today Throughout Eastern Europe millions vowed to build the communist paradise. They toiled to carry out orders and plans dictated from Moscow. They marched behind the banners of Joseph Stalin. March 1953. The Soviet Union mourns the death of Stalin. For almost three decades, Stalin ruled supreme.…

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Cold War 2/24: Iron Curtain (1945-1947) MULTISUBS Cold War 2/24: Iron Curtain (1945-1947) MULTISUBS

Fulton, Missouri, a quiet little town in the Midwest. Not much has changed since 1946. Less than a year since the war had ended, the flags were up to welcome Winston Churchill. But he came to Fulton bringing a somber message for the world. “From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an…

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Cold War 1/24: Comrades (1917-1945) Cold War 1/24: Comrades (1917-1945)

Cinco, Cuatro, Tres, Dos, Uno, is on. AmericasCardroom.com brings poker back Million Dollar Sunday Tournament every Sunday A cloud hides the sky, a nuclear shadow falls across the human future. Midway through the 20th century, two superpowers prepared for a conflict which might have ended life on the planet. Spring flowers the warm light of…

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Czech vs. Slovak: The Hyphen war Czech vs. Slovak: The Hyphen war

So we have already covered some pretty bizarre wars on this channel but I believe the war we are covering today, one ups all of them. We will explain how disagreements over a punctuation mark between two groups led to the division of Czechoslovakia. But first, be sure to like and subscribe if you enjoy…

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Rosenberg Spy Affair – How the USSR got Nuclear Weapons – COLD WAR Rosenberg Spy Affair – How the USSR got Nuclear Weapons – COLD WAR

One of the most persistent images of the cold war is that of the spy. Through bouts of paranoia, like that stirred up by McCarthyism, we built this narrative that the main front between the communists and capitalists was a spy vs spy game right out of the pages of Mad Magazine. Hey, do they…

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What was the CONGO CRISIS? (And why Katanga’s attempted secession has had such a lasting impact) What was the CONGO CRISIS? (And why Katanga’s attempted secession has had such a lasting impact)

Katanga’s attempt to break away from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in 1960, was one of the most important conflicts of the modern era. It helped to define the international community’s attitudes towards secession and independence movements. In this video I’m going to take a look at this now largely forgotten conflict and show…

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Suez Crisis Part 2 of 2 Suez Crisis Part 2 of 2

In July 1956, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser announced the nationalisation of the Suez Canal Company. Egyptians would take charge of this vital strategic waterway, connecting Europe to Asia, with immediate effect. Britain and France relied on the Canal route for their vital supplies of Middle East oil, which fuelled their economies. In their eyes,…

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The Cold War Origins of “In God We Trust” The Cold War Origins of “In God We Trust”

“In God We Trust.” You can find this phrase on American currency, and if certain state legislators get their way, on public school buildings everywhere. The phrase is so ubiquitous, I wouldn’t blame you for assuming that it’s always been part of public life in the United States. But it’s actually a relatively recent invention.…

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Warschawjanka! The Song of Warsaw! (English Lyrics) Warschawjanka! The Song of Warsaw! (English Lyrics)

Hostile storms sweep through the air, threatening clouds darken the light, we must also expect pain and death now, against our enemies, we are called to duty! We possess a luminous flame of freedom, ignited above our heads! The flag of victory, the people’s liberation, which guides us to the last battle! Up, now to…

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Cold War Soviet Russia & Khrushchev – The Brothers Kalb #1 Cold War Soviet Russia & Khrushchev – The Brothers Kalb #1

>>Hello, and welcome to an exciting journey through the eyes of Marvin and Bernard Kalb, two of the most respected broadcast journalists of our time. Over a period of 70 years, these two brothers reported some of the world’s most historic events and witnessed firsthand some of our nation’s most turbulent moments. Marvin Kalb was…

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