Cold War Radio #89

Posted: August 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Marched to their deaths: Sickening ISIS slaughter continues as 250 soldiers captured at Syrian airbase are stripped then led to the desert for mass execution
Yazidis still stranded on Mount Sinjar: ‘We need weapons now more than food or water’
Today in Cold War History for august 29
1949 – Soviet atomic bomb project: The Soviet Union tests its first atomic bomb, known as First Lightning or Joe 1, at Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan.
1949: Radio Moscow has announced today that it has met with 7 communist countries including 4 that border with Yugoslavia over the Tito Question, meanwhile 400 communist tanks and 400,000 Russian troops have massed on the border with Yugoslavia in Hungary.
1950 – International Olympic Committee votes to admit West Germany & Japan in 1952
1950 – Korean War: British troops arrive in Korea to bolster the US presence there.
1956 – French government routes troops to Cyprus near Suez crisis
1958 – United States Air Force Academy opens in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
1962 – US U-2 flight sees SAM launch pads in Cuba
1965 – The Gemini V spacecraft returns to Earth, landing in the Atlantic ocean.
1986 – Morocco king Hassan II signs unity treaty with Libya
1988 – USSR launches 3 cosmonauts (Valery Polyakav, 1 Afghan) to station Mir
1990 – C-5 transport plane crashes at Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany, killing 13
1990 – Saddam Hussein declares America can’t beat Iraq
1991 – Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union suspends all activities of the Soviet Communist Party.
Mexican president calls US ‘the other Mexico’; warns US govs to back immigration ‘reform’
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