Some interesting pagesEdit

Cold War WorldMap 1953

The Cold War sides in 1953.

Cold War Map 1959

The Cold War sides in 1959.

Cold War-1970

The Cold War sides in 1970.

Cold War 1980 A

The Cold War sides in 1980 in our world.

Former Yugoslavia durning war

The breakup of Yugoslavia.


A port bow view of the Russian Navy Sovremenny Class, Destroyer, RFS NASTOYCHIVY (DD 610) underway in the Baltic Sea of the coast of Ventspils, Latvia, while participating in Exercise BALTIC OPERATIONS 2005 (BALTOPS).

Chilean frigate Almirante Lynch

The Ecuadorian Navy Leander-class frigate BAE Morán Valverde, formerly the Chilean Navy's Almirante Lynch. The Chilean frigate LYNCH (FFG 07) steams off the coast of Chile during Exercise TEAMWORK SOUTH '99. Date- 30 June 1999.

CH-47 2

Boeing CH-47 Chinook is the most common dual rotor helicopter.deployed today. Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division of Fort Campbell Ky., simulate a sling load of a Howitzer with an CH-47 Chinook helicopter at Fort Benning, Ga.


The atomic artillery peace ‘Atomic Annie’.

Flickr - Government Press Office (GPO) - Vietnamese girls and rocking horse outside the absorption center in Afula

Vietnamese girls and rocking horse outside the absorption center in Afula. Photograph: SA'AR YA'ACOV, GPO. 4 February 1979, 13:37:52

Vietnamese refugees on US carrier, Operation Frequent Wind

South Vietnamese refugees walk across a U.S. Navy vessel. Operation Frequent Wind, the final operation in Saigon, began April 29, 1975. The Navy vessels brought them, under heavy fire, to the Philippines and eventually to Camp Pendleton, Calif.

Philippine refugee processing center bus

Vietnamese refugees Bataan processing center in the early 1970s. They will be settling in a Bataan in the Philippines

Diplomatic missions of Malawi

Locations of Malawian diplomatic embassies or high commissions as of 2012. A map of diplomatic missions of Malawi. Author: Aquintero82.

TS7805 voltage regulator

A TS7805 linear voltage regulator in a TO-220 variant package with electrically isolated tab. Author: Anonimski.

How Wars are Won & Lost - A Simple Model-0

How Wars are Won & Lost - A Simple Model-0

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  1. Democratic Republic of South Montgomeryshire (Attempted nuclear war simulation)
  2. Free Republic of Radnorshire (Attempted nuclear war simulation)
  3. The Red Flag (song)
  4. Low Street railway station (Essex)
  5. United States Merchant Marine
  6. Microwave ovens
  7. Soviet 'oligophrenic'
  8. The "Take Me to Havana!" Airline Hijackings of 1968 to 1973
  9. The Cold War upgrades of the WAB, BOB, JB, BLM, SPB, HB, DIH, TSB and Brünigbahn railways
  10. Major Cold War wars that killed over 250,000 people
  11. Hyperloop
  12. The Republic of O'Equador (political brain teaser)
  13. Military terminology
  14. Terminology
  15. Political terminology
  16. Legal terminology
  17. Canada Dock Goods Station
  18. Air-ground radiotelephone service
  19. Air phone
  20. AirFone
  21. Aircell
  23. John F. Kennedy
  24. Warsaw Pact
  25. The Middle East
  26. RAF Upavon
  27. RAF Spadeadam
  28. Woomera Test Range
  29. Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse Platform Railway Station
  30. Commodore 116
  31. Commodore 16
  32. Commodore 64
  33. Commodore 64C
  34. Commodore 65
  35. Commodore SX-64
  36. Commodore VIC-20
  37. Arfon transmitting station
  38. Lualualei VLF transmitter
  39. Life expectancy from 1947-to date
  40. Electromagnetic spectrum
  41. Durris transmitting station
  42. Beijing Shahezhen Air Base
  43. 1977 Dounreay explosion
  44. Paving the Quito-Tulcán road in the early 1970s
  45. Guillermo Rodríguez (politician)
  46. Cuban Missile Crisis
  47. Origins of the Cold War
  48. RAF Upavon
  49. The Vietnam War
  50. RAF Spadeadam
  51. Woomera Test Range
  52. Hiller Flying Platform
  53. Ike
  54. 1K17 Szhatie
  55. Integrated circuits
  56. Helwan HA-300
  57. Helios 1-s
  58. Superpower
  59. TO-5 transistor packing unit shell
  60. JFK
  61. The 5 Eyes
  62. Sulzer Type 2
  63. Thoriated magnesium
  64. Erythromycin
  65. Blue Streak
  66. Communist Party of the Soviet Union
  67. Collective farm
  68. Woomera Test Range
  69. The Economic Community of West African States
  70. Narva Power Plants
  71. Atomic\nuclear war
  72. A nuclear\atomic holocaust or nuclear apocalypse
  73. Hiller VZ-1 Pawnee
  74. Direct-lift rotor aircraft
  75. Anti-tank weapons
  76. What is a constitution
  77. Atomic launch command units (Nuclear briefcases)
  78. Nummela Airfield
  79. ShM vz.85 PRÁM-S
  80. Kymi Airfield
  81. McDonnell Douglas T-45 Goshawk
  82. Shayrat Air Base
  83. Anti-tank weapons
  84. Utva-65
  85. 1985–86 Westland affair
  86. Beechcraft CT-134 Musketeer
  87. Soko J-20 Kraguj
  88. PA-18 Super Cub
  89. Cessna T-37 Tweet
  90. Soko G-2 Galeb
  91. The WTC
  92. United States
  93. United States of America
  94. World War 2
  95. Gorby's phone
  96. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
  97. United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (UNTEA)
  98. United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea (UNSF)
  99. Pori Airfield
  100. Famous quotes
  101. Turku Airfield
  102. Helsinki Vantaa Airport
  103. Helsinki Vantaa Highway Strip
  104. Oulu Air Base
  105. Ivalo Airfield
  106. Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw
  107. London's flooded and in ruins!
  108. Sputnik
  109. International treaties (World political shenanigans time line)
  110. Culture
  111. Chengdu J-9
  112. Helwan HA-300
  113. CIM-10 Bomarc missile
  114. Thoriated magnesium
  115. Fleshettes
  116. Workers' of the world, Unite!
  117. RAF Croughton
  118. De-Stalinisation
  119. Communist Party of Czechoslovakia
  120. Imre Nagy
  121. Dustoff crews
  122. The woman who fell in love with a nuke!
  123. A Bulgarian umbrella assassination
  124. Popular UK Cold War era geopolitical myths and false beliefs
  125. Iron Curtain
  126. Poznań 1956 protests
  127. Famous buildings
  128. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  129. Josip Broz Tito
  130. Tito–Stalin Split
  131. The Helicopter War
  132. The GDP factor!
  133. North American X-15
  134. Navy
  135. Cold War
  136. Oil sands
  137. Oil shales
  138. Berlin Blockade
  139. Capitalism
  140. Communism
  141. Korean War
  142. North Korea
  143. Soviet Union
  144. Oil sands
  145. Oil shales
  146. Berlin Blockade
  147. Capitalism
  148. Communism
  149. Korean War
  150. North Korea
  151. Soviet Union
  152. Road vehicles
  153. Trains and trams
  154. Tanks and APCs
  155. Helicopters
  156. Cool fighters/ground attack aircraft
  157. O.T.L. history notes
  158. Disasters
  159. United States Transportation Command
  160. Why the USSR broke up in reality
  161. Dwight D. Eisenhower
  162. Gorby's phone
  163. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
  164. United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (UNTEA)
  165. United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea (UNSF)
  166. Severnaya Zemlya Islands in Siberia, Russia
  167. Ballistic missile submarines
  168. The GDP factor!
  169. Submarines
  170. Space rockets
  171. Greenland
  172. Thailand
  173. Terrorism
  174. Terrorist organisations
  175. The Arctic and the Antarctica
  176. Feminine clothes and head gear!
  177. Operation Chrome Dome
  178. NATO
  179. Military exercises
  180. Nukes
  181. Today's OTL types of economies, societies and regimes
  182. Weather modification
  183. Iranian Revolution
  184. Radar
  185. Nikita Khrushchev
  186. Red Army racism and shortages!
  187. Europe
  188. Africa
  189. South America
  190. North America
  191. Central America and the Caribbean
  192. The Arctic and the Antarctica
  193. Science
  194. Outer space
  195. Cold War secret police organisations
  196. Noteworthy Air bases
  197. Soviet medals
  198. Cold War
  199. Radar
  200. Military exercises
  201. Weather modification
  202. Radio
  203. Islands
  204. Soviet Social Apparatus
  205. Bikini Atoll
  206. Johnston Atoll
  207. Organisations
  208. Poland
  209. Gulags
  210. Treaties
  211. Vietnam War
  212. Atomic War
  213. The "Friendship Games"
  214. Soviet AgitProps
  215. Lockheed F-94 Starfire
  216. Soviet "Era of Stagnation"
  217. Atomic accidents and disasters
  218. Atomic warfare information notes.
  219. Aircraft
  220. Bombers
  221. Missiles
  222. Lockheed Corporation
  223. Awesome Videos
  224. Yalta Conference
  225. Cuban Missile Crisis
  226. AK-47
  227. M16 Rifle
  228. Yalta Confrence
  229. Britain's Associated Television company (ATV)
  230. Truman doctrine
  231. NSC-68
  232. John Lewis Gaddis
  233. Détente
  234. M16 Rifle
  235. Ronald Reagan
  236. Cold War Timeline
  237. 1956 Hungarian Revolution
  238. A political diorama
  239. Space tether device
  240. A political diorama
  241. Culture
  242. Singing Revolution
  243. Memento Park (Hungary)
  244. 2009 Birmingham Millennium Point stampede (it was almost deleted by Wikipedia)!
  245. Baa, Baa, Black sheep variations
  246. Baltics are Waking Up
  247. Culture
  248. Science
  249. Harrow and Wealdstone rail crash of 1952
  250. Uhuru
  251. Why South Vietnamese wore cardigans in Israel
  252. 2009 Birmingham Millennium Point stampede (it was almost deleted by Wikipedia)!
  253. Baa, Baa, Black sheep variations
  254. Baltics are Waking Up
  255. Gilsonite/bitumen stone
  256. Natural a tar (AKA- pitch) pit
  257. Natural asphalt/bitumen
  258. Tight oil
  259. Kukersite
  260. Super power
  261. Superpower
  262. Super-power
  263. Harold Wilson
  264. The rules of war
  265. Turbo-Union RB199 aircraft turbofan jet engine
  266. Heat sink
  267. The "La Técnica" torture center
  268. The 1950 United Kingdom general election
  269. SSI small-scale integration Integrated circuit (1964-68)
  270. TO-3\TO-66 power transistor packing unit shell
  271. Soviet КТ819ГМ NPN power transistor packing unit shell
  272. A Soviet MSI nMOS chip
  273. Plessey SL201 integrated circuit
  274. Philips TAA320 integrated circuit
  275. 555 timer IC
  276. Folland Midge
  277. Oil sand
  278. Oil shale
  279. F-19A Specter
  280. Soko J-22 Orao
  281. BAE Hawk T1 trainer
  282. Temco TT Pinto
  283. Piper PA-18 Super Cub
  284. Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star
  285. Douglas A-4 (byplaine\target drone)
  286. The Soviet Submarine K-19 accident
  287. USS Thresher (SSN-593)
  288. The UN
  289. EBU
  290. Organisations
  291. Hawker Siddeley Harrier
  292. Soviet political organs
  293. Secret police
  294. Peal Harbor Vs the Korean War~ An alternate history!
  295. Yu-4 torpedo
  296. Belmont (Harrow) railway station
  297. Who wins opinion poll
  298. The 3rd World
  299. Rosemary Kennedy
  300. The 1970 "Barbiturates crisis"
  301. 32.4 cm (12.75") NTL-90 (Murène)
  302. The European Broadcasting Union
  303. Andaman and Nicobar Islands
  304. Very useful off site web pages!
  305. A political diorama
  306. Culture
  307. Singing Revolution
  308. Dustoff crews
  309. Memento Park (Hungary)
  310. Culture
  311. British railways and tramways from 1945 to 1990
  312. Secret service radio stations
  313. Gorby's phone
  314. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
  315. United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (UNTEA)
  316. United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea (UNSF)
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