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The first photo of the far side of the moon

the first photo of the far side of the moon
On October 7 1959, human beings saw for the first time the far side of the moon. It was taken by the Soviets’ Luna 3: The first image was taken at 03:30 UT on 7 October at a distance of 63,500..
Anorak - Published

MI5 worried about Odeon cinemas’ links to Soviets during war

Newly released files reveal ties between spy and attempt to gauge public opinion in 1940
FT.com - Published

Red Joan: The truth behind Joan Stanley and the Cambridge spies

red joan: the truth behind joan stanley and the cambridge spies
Red Joan was the fictitious name for real-life Englishwoman Melita Norwood who sold British secrets to the Soviets in the 1930s
Cambridge News - Published

Trump’s cold war tactics will not work with China

The Chinese will not crumble as the Soviets did in the 1980s
FT.com - Published

How a deadly Russian apartment collapse symbolises the country's hardships

Dangerously shoddy housing blocks, a hangover of the Soviets, are still home to many Russians today. Andrew E Kramer reports on the recent collapse of a block in an old, industrial town
Independent - Published

Heartbreaking diary of Jewish schoolgirl comes to light 76 years after she was killed in Nazi ghetto

heartbreaking diary of jewish schoolgirl comes to light 76 years after she was killed in nazi ghetto
Renia Spiegel was 15 when she began writing her diary in southern Poland 1939. Until her death in 1942, she captured the horrors of persecution at the hands of the Soviets and Nazis.
MailOnline - Published

90 years special: we predict the future of the Autocar road test

Will cars in 90 years still have wheels, or will they just float or even fly? Wheels are old tech, so perhaps their time has come. In 2108, we’ll be celebrating 180 years of the Autocar road test..
Autocar - Published

Hunt claims comparison of the EU to the Soviets helped Brexit talks

hunt claims comparison of the eu to the soviets helped brexit talks
The Foreign Secretary tried to make light of the remark in his Tory conference speech after it caused a major diplomatic row.
MailOnline - Published

Pope pays tribute to victims of Nazis, Soviets in Lithuania

Pope Francis paid tribute on Sunday to Jews killed by the Nazis and victims of murder and deportation by the Soviet KGB, in twin visits to memorials marking the darkest periods of Lithuania's history.
Reuters - Published

When the Soviets waged war on booze

In 1985 Communist authorities restricted the sale of alcohol in the USSR to fight rising addiction.
BBC News - Published

Patriarch Kirill is wrong to blame the Tsar’s murder on ‘foreign influence’

It was Lenin and the Soviets, not foreign agents, who killed the Russian Imperial Family
Catholic Herald - Published

Krylya Sovetov to get World Cup legacy boost with shiny new Samara home

Samara’s World Cup journey is over, but what legacy will the finals leave behind? The city’s Russian Premier League club, Krylya Sovetov, or ‘Wings of the Soviets’, stand to be the primary..
SoccerNews.com - Published

Hitler's teeth were in bad condition and prove conspiracy theories are not true

hitler's teeth were in bad condition and prove conspiracy theories are not true
The dental remains picked up by the Soviets after the fall of Nazi Germany had only ever been referred to as the teeth of Patient A H. But now French scientists have confirmed they belonged to Hitler.
MailOnline - Published

Victory Day 2018: Russia commemorates Nazi Germany's surrender and end of Second World War

Vladimir Putin places huge emphasis on celebrating military glories of Red Army and Moscow's contemporary might while commemorating 26.6m Soviets killed in 'Great Patriotic War'
Independent - Published

Thousands of slaughtered polish officers remembered on Cannock Chase

thousands of slaughtered polish officers remembered on cannock chase
A service will be held in a corner of Cannock Chase to mark one of the darkest episodes of World War Two, when members of the Polish ‘intelligentsia’ were massacred by the Soviets.
Tamworth Herald - Published

Kim Jong Un offers Donald Trump his ‘Nixon in China’ moment

Just as Mao meeting was all about the Soviets, these talks will be all about China
FT.com - Published

Oxford traitor who spied for Russia revealed

oxford traitor who spied for russia revealed
David Floyd passed material to the Soviets during the 1940s and later became the ‘communist affairs correspondent’ at the Daily Telegraph.
MailOnline - Published

UK's Secret Cold War Plan For Middle East Oil Fields

The 1950s were a turbulent time on both sides of the Iron Curtain. With the Second World War over and the star role played by crude oil in its outcome, British and U.S. intelligence agencies wasted no..
OilPrice.com - Published

Russia's plan to invade

russia's plan to invade
The Soviets created maps of Britain during the Cold War using satellite imagery combined with people on the ground. A new book reveals how Russians know more than the average British citizen.
MailOnline - Published

US defector to North Korea Charles Jenkins dies aged 77

us defector to north korea charles jenkins dies aged 77
Charles Jenkins was 24 when he walked across the DMZ in 1965 and handed himself to North Korea, hopeful of being given to the Soviets then traded back to America in a prisoner swap.
MailOnline - Published

Scot who leaked secrets to Soviets during World War II 'was not part of infamous spy ring'

John Cairncross was driven by anti-fascism and was not part of the pro-Communist Cambridge Five group.
Daily Record - Published

Russian Revolution: What young Soviets wanted for today's Russians

russian revolution: what young soviets wanted for today's russians
Russians are opening time capsules containing letters by young Soviets in 1967.
BBC News - Published

Soviets 'believed LBJ may have ordered JFK assassination'

soviets 'believed lbj may have ordered jfk assassination'
The note, from December 1, 1966, quotes a U.S. mole in Russia as saying that the KGB has 'data purporting to indicate Johnson was responsible' for the assassination.
MailOnline - Published

There is no perfect time to invest, so seize the day

there is no perfect time to invest, so seize the day
For those who have a mind to find one, there is always a reason not to invest in the equity markets and yet, remain forever in cash and over the longer term you are likely to be materially worse..
City A.M. - Published

It’s all fun and games, until Labour crashes the economy

it’s all fun and games, until labour crashes the economy
Labour is “war-gaming” crashing the economy. That’s not the exaggerated spin of the hysterical mainstream media – it’s the words of shadow chancellor John McDonnell himself. McDonnell..
City A.M. - Published

Britain’s 'bravest spy' Olga Gray who thwarted the Soviets

britain’s 'bravest spy' olga gray who thwarted the soviets
Olga Gray was 24 when she was recruited by the MI5 spymaster Maxwell Knight (right), after one of his informants noticed her at a Conservative garden party in Birmingham in 1931.
MailOnline - Published

Sing, Dance, Wave, Revolt - The Singing Festival Weekend, Tallinn, Estonia

sing, dance, wave, revolt - the singing festival weekend, tallinn, estonia
Addressing the issue of identity in Estonia... Flag waving. It’s a thorny issue among many Europeans, for whom a show of national pride conjures memories of sinister flags being waved for sinister..
Clash - Published

Investors: Think twice before reacting to headline-grabbing events

investors: think twice before reacting to headline-grabbing events
The world has seemingly been on the brink for months, if not years. The all-too-familiar red bannered “breaking news” headlines continue to hit the newswires on a near daily basis, making it..
City A.M. - Published

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