Old Security Photos Highlight the Unknown Builders of the Atomic Bomb Motherboard (blog) Robert Oppenheimer was just one of the engineers working on splitting the atom, and has split credit for being the "father" of the bomb with Enrico Fermi.
Cold War missile silo converted to home on market for $750k Boing Boing It's 185 feet below the surface of Lewis NY, and comes with "Strangelove-ian clocks that show the time in cities around the world and gun-metal gray consoles covered with...
A new book claiming the White House of wartime US President Franklin D. Roosevelt was rife with Soviet spies and sympathizers has American conservatives waxing lyrical as liberals heap scorn on the work as unadulterated fantasy.
On a nearly deserted downtown block, a small brick building fronted by a curvy neon sign heralds a bygone era here: That's when the big bombs went boom and awe-struck Las Vegas residents watched the mushroom clouds billow into the bright desert sky.
WHILE British secret agents of the 1970s were portrayed on TV in tight blue jeans, shirts with huge collars, ludicrous wide ties and brown cardigans – a la The Professionals – their real-life equivalents on the other side of the Atlantic opted for...
On the 30th anniversary of his death, the mysterious demise of East German football star Lutz Eigendorf still prompts the question -- was he murdered by the former communist regime's secret police? (Who Killed East German Footballer Lutz Eigendorf?
The Moscow Times Life Under the KGB's Watchful Eye in 1980s Russia The Atlantic Our family received a scare when a fellow American journalist was arrested by the KGB in 1986 and accused of espionage, apparently in retaliation for the arrest of a...
Ecology Lessons From the Cold War New York Times (blog) If nuclear war ever came, a decentralized, diversified society would be in better shape than a centrally planned one like the Soviet Union's. The same logic applied to biological variety.
Video on msnbc.com: A California couple found a perfectly preserved Cold War-era bunker in the backyard of their new home that was still stocked with now-vintage items, providing a window into the past.
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