Category: COLD WAR

The Army Goes In – The Suez Crisis of 1956

The Suez Crisis comprised of an invasion by Israel of Egypt in late 1956, Britain and France soon followed in this invasion. The aim of…

Color Footage Of How Nukes Were Tested On Marines

The most terrible weapon ever created is, of course, the nuclear bomb. During the Second World War, both the Allies and Nazi Germany were working…

Film: Behind Enemy Lines – The REAL Story & Why The Pilot Sued 20th Century Fox

He was shot down, hunted, and eluded his enemies by surviving on bugs and worse. Hollywood made a movie, and he sued the movie-makers. Scott…

KAL-007 – The Boeing 747 Shot Down By Soviet Fighters Over International Waters

Excerpt provided by Randy Luethye, author of the newly released 2nd Edition of “The Cold War, KAL-007 & Communism: Intelligence Secrets Revealed.” It was the…

Mutual Assured Destruction – 10 Blood Chilling Things You Need To Know

As a doctrine of national security and military strategy, Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) involves the full-scale usage of weapons of mass destruction by at least two opposing…

Palomares Nuclear Bomb Accident – When The USA Lost 4 Nukes in A Mid Air Collision

On January 17, 1966 a B52 bomber of USAF Strategic Air Command was at 31,000 feet over the Spanish coast near the village of Palomares…

Everglades National Park seeks volunteers for Cold War base reopening

Volunteers are being sought at the Everglades National Park Nike Hercules Missile Base in Florida, US to help tend and preserve the Cold War base.…

The Man Who Refused To Launch Nuclear Missiles During The Cuban Missile Crisis – Saving The World!

The fact that you can read this is because of a man who said “no” due to an accident. In doing so, he literally saved the world.…

“Size 36” The First Public Movie With Details Of The B-36 “PEACEMAKER” Nuclear Bomber

Shown here is a 1950 era propaganda produced by the U.S. Signal Corp highlighting the then new B-36 intercontinental nuclear bomber. Playing in the U.S.…

Escaping Soviet Jets During Cold War – the story of Neptune’s Recon Mission

Call it a miracle, sheer luck or the present mindedness of the pilot, June, 22 1955 marks a very significant day in the US Air…

Kim Philby: Known As One Of The Most Famous Traitors Of The Cold War

Harold “Kim” Philby, British journalist and intelligence agent, is one of the most famous traitors of the Cold War. Part of the infamous Cambridge spy…

‘The Man Who Saved the World’ – The Russian Who Avoided WWIII

The notion that one man alone could somehow avert a universal catastrophe or could potentially save the world has lost its age-old value with the…