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1955 Map Shows No-Go Zones for Soviet Travelers in the U.S. // "These restrictions mirrored Soviet constraints on American travel to the USSR. Both the United States and the Soviet Union had closely controlled the movement of all foreign visitors since World War II." // Also: The War Game That Almost Led To Nuclear Armageddon  www.foreignpolicy...