Cold War Radio #284

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Marco Rubio Endorsement Brings Trey Gowdy’s Radical History on Immigration Into Spotlight

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It Has Come to This

Today In Cold War History
1947 : Romania’s King Michael is forced to abdicate by Soviet-backed Communists. Communists now control all of Eastern Europe.
1953 “Electronics manufacturer Admiral unveils the first color television set for consumers, priced at a modest $1,175.”
1957 : In an attempt to push the West to recognize them, East Germany ruled that travellers to their territory had to possess East German visas instead of Soviet ones. This law was imposed on diplomats and travellers from Allied countries.
1958 – The Guatemalan Air Force sinks several Mexican fishing boats alleged to have breached maritime borders, killing three and sparking international tension.
1958 : Rebel guerrillas, led by Fidel Castro, are involved in heavy fighting around the town of Santa Clara, the capital of the province of Las Villas.
Two days later, Castro and his guerrillas had taken control and President Batista fled the country to the Dominican Republic
1959 “The George Washington, first ballistic missile sub commissioned”
1965 – Ferdinand Marcos becomes President of the Philippines.
1971 : 60,000 Iranian men, women and children are deported from Iraq following relations between Iraq and Iran ending.
1972 : President Nixon orders a halt to the bombing of North Vietnam above the 20th Parallel to help with peace negotiations scheduled between Henry A. Kissinger and Le Duc Tho in Paris on Jan 8
1988 : President Reagan and President-elect Bush were subpoenaed to testify as defense witnesses in the pending Iran-Contra trial of Oliver North. The subpoenas were subsequently quashed.
1990 : Iraq’s information minister (Latif Nussayif Jassim) said President Bush “must have been drunk” when he suggested Iraq might withdraw from Kuwait, and added: “We will show the world America is a paper tiger.”
1991: The remains of two American hostages slain in Lebanon, William Buckley and Marine Col. William R. Higgins, arrived in the United States for burial.

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