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How to Close the Gap?: American cartoon, 1948, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the Russian attempt to drive the Western powers from Berlin by every possible means short of an outright act of war Featured Cold War Print

How to Close the Gap?: American cartoon, 1948, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the Russian attempt to drive the Western powers from Berlin by every possible means short of an outright act of war

CARTOON: COLD WAR BERLIN.
How to Close the Gap?: American cartoon, 1948, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the Russian attempt to drive the Western powers from Berlin by every possible means short of an outright act of war

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American politician. Senator McCarthy (right) and aide Francis Carr (left) during the Army-McCarthy hearings. The Army accused McCarthy and staff of seeking special treatment for Private G. David Schine, a chief consultant to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations while searching for Communists. 29 April 1954 Featured Cold War Print

American politician. Senator McCarthy (right) and aide Francis Carr (left) during the Army-McCarthy hearings. The Army accused McCarthy and staff of seeking special treatment for Private G. David Schine, a chief consultant to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations while searching for Communists. 29 April 1954

JOSEPH MCCARTHY (1908-1957).
American politician. Senator McCarthy (right) and aide Francis Carr (left) during the Army-McCarthy hearings. The Army accused McCarthy and staff of seeking special treatment for Private G. David Schine, a chief consultant to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations while searching for Communists. 29 April 1954

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View of the Mission Operations Control Room at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas, on the third day of the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission. On the television monitor is a picture of the earth telecast from the spacecraft. Photograph, 23 December 1968 Featured Cold War Print

View of the Mission Operations Control Room at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas, on the third day of the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission. On the television monitor is a picture of the earth telecast from the spacecraft. Photograph, 23 December 1968

APOLLO 8: MISSION CONTROL.
View of the Mission Operations Control Room at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas, on the third day of the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission. On the television monitor is a picture of the earth telecast from the spacecraft. Photograph, 23 December 1968

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