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He faced off against Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush Jr, Obama and lived to see the election of Donald
In the years after World War II, Dwight David Eisenhower was arguably the most popular man on the planet. Ike’s prestige was so immense that in 1948, President Harry S Truman offered him the top slot on the 1948 Democratic ticket, with the offer to revert to his former position as Vice President under Eisenhower. It wasn’t enough.
Joseph Stalin, the architect and instigator of the 42-year Cold War, has died five years into the conflict. Across the Atlantic, a new Republican President,
Although the entire Cold War passed without shots being fired between the two superpowers, the Cold War was anything but bloodless.
In Part 1 of The Cold War: What We Saw, we will peel back the layers of mystery cloaking the Terror state run by the
Watch all four episodes of Bill Whittle’s “Apollo 11: What We Saw”, right here. Produced by Esoteric Radio Theatre, “What We Saw” combines rarely-seen archival footage, with deeply-personal space race stories to create a compelling dramatic telling of America’s most astonishing achievement.