Cold War Radio #116

Posted: October 31, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Show Notes:

Most Germans now consider the spread of Islamization as the greatest threat to Germany

WISCONSIN ‘dhimmi’ politician apologizes for telling the truth about Muslim Student Association

Russian Arms Sales to Syria, Iran Add to Middle East Instability

‘No One Has The Guts To Sell Submarines To Taiwan’ As China Pressures Pentagon

Today in Cold War History
1952 – The U.S. detonated its first hydrogen bomb.
1954 – The Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN) began a revolt against French rule.
1956 – Rear Admiral G.J. Dufek became the first person to land an airplane at the South Pole. Dufek also became the first person to set foot on the South Pole.
1956 : Following Egypt’s decision to nationalise the Suez Canal Britain and France begin bombing Egypt to force the reopening of the Suez Canal
1959 – Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine from Fort Worth, TX, announced that he would never return to the U.S. At the time he was in Moscow, Russia.
1961 – In the Soviet Union, the body of Joseph Stalin was removed from Lenin’s Tomb where it was on public display.
1964 : The Berlin wall was opened up for the second time yesterday for West Germans to visit relatives in East Germany and by nightfall 20,000 had passed through the communist controls. The visits are only allowed one way from west to east due to concerns of the East German Government that it’s subjects would not return.
1968 : After 5 months of negotiations making no progress President Lyndon Johnson orders an end to rolling thunder, The U.S. bombing of North Vietnam in the hopes this would bring an end to the fighting and provide a negotiated settlement.
1971 : An IRA bomb explodes in the Post Office tower causing extensive damage but no injuries
1973 – Mountjoy Prison helicopter escape. Three Provisional Irish Republican Army members escape from Mountjoy Prison, Dublin, Republic of Ireland aboard a hijacked helicopter that lands in the exercise yard.
1983 – The U.S. Defense Department acknowledged that during the U.S. led invasion of Grenada, that a U.S. Navy plane had mistakenly bombed a civilian hospital.
1984 – Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is assassinated by two Sikh security guards. Riots break out in New Delhi and other cities and nearly 10,000 Sikhs are killed.

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