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"At 6 a.m. on June 26, 1948, all rail, road and water traffic was cut off and the communists believed it was only a matter of time before the US, France and England gave up their claim to Berlin. They were dead wrong! The Western powers saw this as a test of their strength against the Soviet's rapidly expanding empire."
- Daphne



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The Cold War Abroad


thumb1 Best of the Update!
Rebecca - Memories from the forgotten war in Korea

thumb2Daphne - Up, up and away in an airplane museum in Berlin

thumb3Stephanie - When the arms race got real and almost deadly!

thumbnail4 Making a Difference - Star Wars: What would YOU do with $70 billion?

Dispatch buttonIrene - A big, bad bully - and it's not who you think it is!
Dispatch buttonTeam - How would you like to buy some furniture, or maybe Guatemala?

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