RMG14TFG–Undated image of a B-52 bomber dropping conventional bombs over Vietnam. The Vietnam War was a Cold War-era proxy war that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. As the war continued, the part o
RMF2ATF4–A World War II veteran and his wife, with baby, read headline, 'Truman Asks Draft!' March 17, 1948. In response to Cold War tensions, President Truman asked Congress for a peacetime draft. On July 20, 1948, Truman issued a proclamation requiring nearly 10 million men to register for possible military service (CSU 2015 11 1665)
RMW2BY5A–Denmark, Langeland, Bagenkop, Langelandsfort Cold War Museum, Cold war artifacts at former NATO base, anti-aircraft bunker
RMD79TX9–A Cold War atomic bomb on display at The Museum of Aviation at Warner Robins Air Force Base
RMT120TR–Russia, Soviet Union - May 1, 1960: shooting down of the US U-2 spy plane. Matchbox graphics collection, cold war
RMAA5K1A–Germany Berlin Checkpoint Charlie Historical Cold War Memorial Border
RMA2RGEC–Cold war military base Woodbridge Suffolk England
RMDWT2JC–Radome of the cold war NSA (National Security Agency) spy listening post atop Teufelsberg Hill, Berlin
RM2BC0KAJ–TEENAGER LOOKING AT A PANEL RECOUNTING THE IMPORTANT MOMENTS IN THE COLD WAR, EXHIBITION ON THE WALLS OF THE CAEN MEMORIAL, CALVADOS (14), NORMANDY, FRANCE
RMAT4WDB–Cold War Checkpoint Charlie in West Berlin in Germany in Europe. Reportage History Historical Historic Politics Culture Travel
RMCN208R–Former American Cold War radar station, DYE 2, in Greenland
RMA4NR04–Berlin Wall in 1984. Sign you are leaving the American sector. Iron Curtain during the Cold War
RMG4E8Y7–Checkpoint Charlie ( Checkpoint C ) Friedrichstrasse was the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War. Germany ( Topographie of Terror historical museum on site of former Gestapo headquarters ) Berlin Germany ( August 1961 You are entering the American Sector carrying weapons off duty forbidden obey traffic rules )
RM2AHWPTK–Cold War aircraft with a Boeing B-1B Lancer sweep-wing bomber to the right and a McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle to the right , National Museum of the United States Air Force (formerly the United States Air Force Museum), Dayton, Ohio, USA.
RFEY6C07–Old abandoned Cold War bunker in forest, Podborsko in Poland.
RMM18BCP–Mormond Hill NATO Base Scotland 1986 Mormond Hill is a large hill in Aberdeenshire, Scotland not far from Fraserburgh. The villages of Strichen and New Leeds can be found at its southern foothills. It also has a smattering of disused satellite dishes and masts on top, remnants from Cold War NATO communications and British Telecom having a presence on the site.
RMD9702A–Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Charlie was the name given by the Western Allies to the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. This image shows the crossing post after re-unification.
RMHYKM66–TAKE a look inside the Royal Cold War bunker where The Queen and her family would have fled had there ever been a nuclear attack on Britain. The overgrown, graffiti-clad area gives no indication of what lies beneath, but these pictures have revealed the bunker at Barnton Quarry. Pictures give a glimpse into the run-down remains of one of the UK’s Regional Seats of Government, which would have acted as a base for operations in the event of a Soviet nuclear attack. If the defenses had not worked this is where Britain’s royal family could have faced their final moments. The shots were snapped by
RF2C68WJG–US China tech cold war and United States or USA technology with two opposing digital partners as an economic import and exports conflict concept.
RMC13H2R–1974 US Presidency, Cold War. From left: Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko speaks with US President Richard Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Washington, D.C., 1974
RMCWB33W–Berlin, Germany with sign indicating the end of the American sector in the foreground and the Kaiser Wilhelm church in the
RMW2BY57–Denmark, Langeland, Bagenkop, Langelandsfort Cold War Museum, Cold war artifacts at former NATO base, anti-aircraft bunker
RM2JD8D72–BERLIN WALL COMING DOWN, COLD WAR, 1998
RFJ5M307–belief church death future cold war fear mourning sorrow murder world war force
RMD62TER–The faces and names of those killed while trying to cross Berlin Wall, the former border between Communist East and West Berlin during the Cold War. The Berlin Wall was a barrier constructed by the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany) starting on 13 August 1961, that completely cut off (by land) West Berlin from surrounding East Germany and from East Berlin .. (More in Description).
RMA0KKRX–Berlin Wall in front of Brandenberg Gate in West Germany in 1985
RFEH8EJX–Checkpoint Charlie. The crossing point between East and west Berlin became a symbol of the Cold War.
RMK3490W–Czechoslovakia communism, Former Iron Curtain watchtower, Remains Cold War, nearby Znojmo, Southern Moravia, Czech Republic still a depressing place
RMAAX6F1–European History. The historical Berlin Wall and Death Strip watchtower in West Berlin in Germany in Europe during the Cold War. Historical
RMEG5Y4E–The Berlin Wall at Potsdamer Platz on a cold, snowy winter's day.
RMA6F0XK–Checkpoint Charlie sign from the cold war era of Berlin
RMBMRX5F–Cold War luminous sign
RFA00M0X–PIECES OF THE BERLIN WALL FOR SALE AT THE END OF THE COLD WAR
RM2HF338B–A Cold War-era Russian submarine rusts away in Steiner Shipyard, Jan. 6, 2022, in Bayou La Batre, Alabama. “Sever 2' was a three-person spy sub.
RMAYXJHK–GERMANY STASSI BUNKER SECRET DDR COLD WAR DIVIDE WALL
RMD97029–Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Charlie was the name given by the Western Allies to the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. This image shows the crossing post after re-unification.
RF2CBW9M5–GERMANY, RASDORF, . US-observation post 'Point Alpha' at the former border between West and East Germany, built during the 'Cold War'
RMRA0RTN–BERLIN WALL SECURITY EAST WEST Vintage Post-WW2 propaganda poster ‘Be security-conscious’ “or this four power city might become a one power city' issued by US Military Command Berlin to remind western powers to be security aware to avoid Berlin becoming a Soviet city. Featuring map of Berlin Germany with flags dividing the city between France, the United Kingdom, USA and USSR inside a Russian Soviet red star with wall of protective barbed wire around World War II
RMGX7W0F–Cold War Horse Memorial
RMCWAWNF–Members of the 'People's Army' barricade the Brandenburg Gate with water-throwers, Berlin, Germany. 1961. Courtesy: CSU
RMW2C9ME–Romania, Bucharest, National Military Museum, Romanian-built, Cold War-era, IAR-93 Vulture, ground attack aircraft
RMB4F25R–Checkpoint Charlie crossing point between east and west Berlin during the cold war, Germany
RFJ5AT8T–wait waiting tree cold war closed pointed metal no border hard wire barbed wire
RM2CWDK9C–Passports of Latvian citizens stamped with proof of purchased goods (1940-41)
RMEJNB32–Berlin a city divided. Childrens party at the sector boundary Berlin 15th August 1953. This picture was taken from the eastern part of Friedrich strasse. It shows children playing in the vicinity of the sector boundary sign. Only a few months earlier in June during the workersÕ revolt in East Germany, American and Soviet tanks stood opposite each other in the Friedrich Strasse, creating a credible threat of force at the Allies sector line, Checkpoint Charlie. From that time on, the border crossing at Checkpoint Charlie symbolised the collision of two world systems of Democracy and Communism. F
RMB38FRR–Newspaper headline on poster warns of new Cold War, Edinburgh
RMF0WR61–York Cold War Bunker
RMAT4WD4–Checkpoint Charlie American Sector during the Cold War in West Berlin in Germany in Europe. History Historical Reportage Culture City Travel
RMD9Y6JY–View of Checkpoint Charlie, passing through the Berlin Wall, the barrier that separated West Berlin (USA) from East Berlin (USSR) in the Cold War
RMA6F0XG–Scale models of Russian aircraft built by MOD scientists for experimental radar measurements on display at National Cold War Exh
RM2E1KTMJ–Chinese propaganda poster from the Cold War time. Stop American Agression. 1960s
RMA21P4H–The Berlin Wall along Bernauer Straße in East Berlin Germany.
RMHRRGDD–East Berlin, 1986, parade for the first May festivity
RMAYXJNJ–GERMANY STASSI BUNKER SECRET DDR COLD WAR DIVIDE WALL
RMD9702F–Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Charlie was the name given by the Western Allies to the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. This image shows the crossing post after re-unification.
RMCB7PW8–Checkpoint Charlie, East Berlin, Germany, Europe,. Photo:Jeff Gilbert
RMHNPBCG–remembrance & memorials of the wall in Berlin during the cold war
RMANM3FY–B-52 Cold War bombers of the US Air Force lie abandoned at Davis Monthan aircraft graveyard awaiting recycling for scrap
RMCWA6XG–An illustration of prefab fallout shelters, designed to be placed beneath a covering of earth, 1962.. Courtesy: CSU Archives /
RMJ2D9BC–Denmark, Langeland, Bagenkop, Langelandsfort Cold War Museum, Cold war artifacts at former NATO base, Danish submarine, interior, torpedo tubes
RFFAE3HJ–flags of USA and Soviet Union painted on cracked wall
RFANAY0E–Avro Vulcan long range bomber
RMEKXNMC–Thor missiles in hangar. 1963.
RMD8G3G7–Remnants of the Inner German Border ( Die Grenze ) in Schlagsdorf , Germany.
RMCTW250–Minuteman II ICBM in missile silo at the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, near Wall, South Dakota, USA
RMAT4W1E–Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten near Brandenburg Gate in Cold War West Berlin in Germany in Europe. History Historical Soldier Guard Life Travel
RMF4NNP1–Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is a 1964 political satire black comedy film that satirizes the Cold War fears of a nuclear conflict between the USSR and the US.
RMBTK32C–Entrance to an underground radioactive fallout shelter, on Long Island, New York 1955.
RMBTEJME–Minuteman Missile National Historic Site
RFB3CBG2–German Language Warning Sign on Leaving West Berlin
RMBERF23–Warning notice in front of steel door in former West German government nuclear bunker at Ahrweiler
RMAYXJKR–GERMANY STASSI BUNKER SECRET DDR COLD WAR DIVIDE WALL
RMMR4G60–Japanese Peace campaign poster during the Cold war 1985
RMD76W8W–Man looking through binoculars wearing old East German border guard hat
RMA21P1W–The East Side Gallery, a preserved commemorative section of the Berlin wall in Germany.
RMBH07PX–Aerials from low-flying unarmed U.S. Air Force jet reconnaissance planes show barracks-type structures suspects POWs during the Korean War
RMEG6P62–President Eisenhower speaks to the nation on Cold War tensions over Berlin. March 16, 1959. He said he was refusing Soviet
RMJ2D9BG–Denmark, Langeland, Bagenkop, Langelandsfort Cold War Museum, Cold war artifacts at former NATO base, Danish Air Force SAAB Drakken fighter
RFBJWKCA–A memorial to Russian soldiers killed during World War ll in Potsdam, Germany
RFARHAEH–Checkpoint Charlie, at dusk in Berlin, Germany
RMBJ618N–Air filtration room Kelvedon Hatch nuclear bunker now open to public
RMB52A75–Berlin Wall souvenir hunter chip at the wall for memorabilia before it is demolished
RFBHX9C8–Vulcan bomber in flight
RMAT4W2B–New Guardhouse Neue Wache in the Cold War in Unter Den Linden in East Berlin in Germany in Europe. History Historical Soldier Memorial Travel
RFBHFEDD–Russian gas mask for sale at Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin Mitte former separation between East and West germany europe
RMBTK32K–Interior of an underground atomic fallout shelter on Long Island, New York 1955.
RFB7BK1H–Schools were a primary location for Fallout Shelters in the US
RMA3CMT2–Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin, Germany
RMAYXJDT–GERMANY STASSI BUNKER SECRET DDR COLD WAR DIVIDE WALL
RMMR4G2N–should we let it happen?' Russian, Soviet, Cold War, propaganda poster
RMB4M7K0–Bamforth Comic British Postcard used 1952 featuring the Cold War by Douglas Tempest. For EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RMA21P5K–A man walks past the Berlin Wall along Bernauer Straße in East Berlin Germany.
RFAHR3YA–Russian war memorial, Berlin, Germany
RMEG6R5F–Traffic driving through the Brandenburg Gate, after World War 2. Berlin, Germany. Ca. 1945-46. - (BSLOC 2014 15 244)
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