A page from "Schindler's List", a list of all of the Jews that he saved during the war. Only seven copies were made. The whereabouts of two of them are unknown, the Israeli Holocaust Museum has two, another is in a public archive in Koblenz, Germany, another is in the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C., and the final list belongs to the Stern family, descendants of Schindler’s accountant and right hand man, Itzhak Stern. http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/5223
Silent Heroes of the Cold War: The Mysterious Military Plane Crash on A Nevada Mountain Peak - and the Families Who Endured an Abyss of Silence for Generation: Kyril (Ky) Plaskon: 9781932173604: Amazon.com: Books
Titan I Missile, Cordele, GA: A relic of the Cold War, this Titan I Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) stands nearly 100 feet tall beside I-75 at Cordele. Local Rotary Club president John S. Pate, Jr., requested the surplus missile be dismantled and flown to nearby Warner Robins Air Force Base. From there it was delivered by truck to its present site. It was also given the dubious distinction of being named Confederate Air Force Launch Pad No. 1.
Postcards of Polish Cold War Neon -- These postcards are a dazzling reminder of the sheer scale and creative expression employed at the height of the Polish neonization project during the Cold War period. #neon