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The Cold War: What We Saw | Cloaks and Daggers – Episode 9

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The Cold War: What We Saw | To the Precipice – Episode 8

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The Cold War: What We Saw | We Like Ike – Episode 6

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.

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The Cold War: What We Saw | Death In The Kremlin – Episode 5

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, who had worked closely with Uncle Joe during World War II, is a mere two months in office. As the knives come out for the succession fight inside the Kremlin, […]

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The Cold War: What We Saw | The Forgotten War – Episode 4

Although the entire Cold War passed without shots being fired between the two superpowers, the Cold War was anything but bloodless.

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Links to ‘The Cold War: What We Saw’, Podcast Series by Bill Whittle

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The Cold War: What We Saw | Two Bombs – Episode 2

The YouTube embed here has no video, since the series is, in effect, a radio production.

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Global Suicide Prevention: 25,000 Nukes on Hair Trigger and the Miracle of Survival

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Bill Whittle’s new podcast series, “The Cold War: What We Saw”, from Esoteric Radio Theatre. With 25,000 nukes on hair trigger, the survival of the United States and the Soviet Union is a modern miracle. Heroic personal stories and high-stakes decisions provide a lesson in global suicide prevention. Bill Whittle […]