This category lists sites concerning the 20th century Cold War.
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook46.asp#The Cold War
Provides links to documents on the origins of the Cold War, the Berlin Crises, the Cuban Crises, periods of East-West detente, and information on Cold War leaders.
National-security Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) infrastructure. Focuses on ad hoc C4I sites.
Includes history and psychological examinations of this period.
Presents essay-like articles, commenting selected events of the Cold War in a narrative, chronological way, accessible through a timeline. Also photo presentations in a museum-like way.
A miscellaneous collection of information, documents and photographs. Produced by Videofact
A historical exhibit of contentious Soviet-American relations before and during the Cold War. Includes links to Russian language documents relating the Soviet views of the Cold War.
The story of the divide told through an exploration of the 800-mile scar it left behind by Eron Witzel.
Features declassified documents, information about The Journal of Cold War Studies, a digital multimedia archive, and related links.
Study of U.S. guerilla warfare, counter insurgency, and counter terrorism, from 1940 to 1990.
History of the Cold War with information and slide show of the major players and the principal arenas of the Cold War. Includes a chronology of major events and interviews with people who lived through the events.
An essay by George Orwell in 1945.
Essays, newspaper columns, letters and editorials from 1943 - 1947.
An online exhibit on how Soviet-American relations were conducted between the two governments and the two societies. Also discusses inner workings of the Soviet system of government.
The story of Stanislav Petrov, a Russian officer whose refusal to launch a nuclear strike, in response to a false report of a US attack, averted a nuclear war in 1983.
Information on a 1959 Soviet-American summit and how President Eisenhower's brand of diplomacy led to a temporary easing of Cold War tensions. Includes documents from the meeting, a small image gallery, and links to further sources.
A summary of the Cold War.
The Diefenbunker was built in 1959-61 to house Canadian leaders during a nuclear attack but now serves as Canada's Cold War Museum. Includes Diefenbunker history, facts, virtual tour, and trivia.
At the dawn of the atomic age, scientists began work on what might have been the nastiest weapon ever conceived.
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