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Jon Rupinski
Jon Rupinski • 1 year ago

September 1, 1983: Soviet Air Force Major Gennadi Osipovich, "piloting an Su-15 Flagon, shoots down Korean Air Lines 007, a Boeing 747-230B that had wandered off-course into Soviet airspace while flying from New York via Anchorage to Seoul." the Cold War

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September 5, 1945: Soviet Embassy codeclerk Igor Gouzenko defects to Canada with numerous documents that act as proof of active spy operations by the Soviet Union against Canada and the United States.

September 6, 1960: US National Security Agency cryptologists; William H. Martin and Bernon F. Mitchell announce their defection to the Soviet Union in Moscow after departing the US on June 26, 1960.

May 7, 1960: Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev showing photographs of objects found in the U2 spy plane that was shot down over Soviet territory on May 1st, 1960 to a Joint Session of Council of the Union and Council of Nationalities, Kremlin, Moscow and to the world.

October 11, 1986: "U.S President Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev at the Hofdi House in Reykjavik during the Reykjavik Summit."

June 28, 1950: North Korea People's Army forces enter Seoul, South Korea.

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June 22, 1990: BERLIN GERMANY, Checkpoint Charlie is removed from is original location of Friedrichstrasse & Koch Strasse. The symbol of where East met West was removed to show that change has come to Europe and that Cold War was quickly coming to an end. Credit: Deutsches Bundesarchiv.

September 17, 1980: The Polish trade union Solidarity was formed under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa.

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A female Lockheed employee works on a P-38 Lightning, Burbank, CA, 1944. While she's a dead ringer for Rosie the Riveter, she's not actually one of the two women (Rosalind P. Walter of New York and Rose Will Monroe of Michigan) who directly inspired/were associated with the icon.

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