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A filmmaker explores the lives and deaths of her grandparents, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were executed as spies in 1953.

A filmmaker explores the lives and deaths of her grandparents, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were executed as spies in 1953.

✯ Harry S. Truman ✯ 34th Vice President under 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Then became the 33rd President....I HAVE ALWAYS RESPECTED AND ADMIRED HARRY TRUMAN.

✯ Harry S. Truman ✯ 34th Vice President under 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Then became the 33rd President....I HAVE ALWAYS RESPECTED AND ADMIRED HARRY TRUMAN.

This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events in the history of the Cold War    Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and one for printing on A4 paper    No waiting for delivery simply purchase, download and print

This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events in the history of the Cold War Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and one for printing on A4 paper No waiting for delivery simply purchase, download and print

This day in News History: May 17, 1954: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that racially segregated public schools were inherently unequal.

This day in News History: May 17, 1954: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that racially segregated public schools were inherently unequal.

Cutting Europe in two, Iron Curtain starts at the Baltic, zigzags along Soviet Zone of Germany, then follows Czech and Hungarian borders. Flags denote occupation zines of Germany and Austria. (Note this shows Vienna in the Soviet zone. While Red Army troops wouldn’t withdraw until 1955, this still exaggerates the Soviet hold – Austria, for example, received Marshall Plan aid, unlike the rest of Soviet occupied territory.)

Cutting Europe in two, Iron Curtain starts at the Baltic, zigzags along Soviet Zone of Germany, then follows Czech and Hungarian borders. Flags denote occupation zines of Germany and Austria. (Note this shows Vienna in the Soviet zone. While Red Army troops wouldn’t withdraw until 1955, this still exaggerates the Soviet hold – Austria, for example, received Marshall Plan aid, unlike the rest of Soviet occupied territory.)

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