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Back to Cold War: US, Bulgaria Launch Air Patrols in the Black Sea -  Andrei…

Andrei AKULOV – Back to Cold War: US, Bulgaria Launch Air Patrols in the Black Sea - Strategic Culture Foundation - on-line journal .

What is the end goal of this bristling Beltway hostility to Putin and Russia, and the U.S.-NATO buildup in the Baltic and Black Sea regions? Is a Cold War II with Russia now an accepted and acceptable reality? [Read more]

What is the end goal of this bristling Beltway hostility to Putin and Russia, and the U.-NATO buildup in the Baltic and Black Sea regions? Is a Cold War II with Russia now an accepted and acceptable reality? [Read more]

The Korean War (Korean: 한국전쟁 or 조선전쟁, Hanja: 韓國戰爭 or 朝鮮戰爭; 25 June 1950 – 27 July 1953

The Korean War (Korean: 한국전쟁 or 조선전쟁, Hanja: 韓國戰爭 or 朝鮮戰爭;

In lieu of the Mediterranean, Stalin proposed the Black Sea resort of Yalta. Eager to meet face to face, Roosevelt agreed to Stalin's request. As the leaders traveled to Yalta, Stalin was in the strongest position as Soviet troops were a mere forty miles from Berlin. This was reinforced by the "home court" advantage of hosting the meeting in the USSR. Further weakening the western Allies' position was Roosevelt's failing health and Britain's increasingly junior position relative to the US…

The Yalta Conference: Setting the Stage for the Cold War

The "Big Three" at the Yalta Conference in Crimea: Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin.

CAVEAT: This is the 1966 Church of St. Bernadette in Nevers, France, a conflation of two architectural theories by its designers: "archaeological bunkers" by Paul Virilio, and "oblique architecture" by Claude Parent. It recalls bunkers of World War II and the Cold War, Brutalist "altars erected as a concrete face with the emptiness of the ocean sea." Converted to black-and-white, the image is often incorrectly posted as a surviving German Atlantic Wall fortification.

CAVEAT: This is the 1966 Church of St. Bernadette in Nevers, France, a conflation of two architectural theories by its designers: "archaeological bunkers" by Paul Virilio, and "oblique architecture" by Claude Parent. It recalls bunkers of World War II and the Cold War, Brutalist "altars erected as a concrete face with the emptiness of the ocean sea." Converted to black-and-white, the image is often incorrectly posted as a surviving German Atlantic Wall fortification.

This is a Black Sea and Uncle Sam is looking thru spyglass on USSR with a sign “Provocation” on it, standing on US ships. Uncle Sam was widely used to represent USA.

Russian (USSR) Propaganda This is a propaganda towards against the United States. It shows Uncle Sam standing on a black sea looking through a telescope with the words saying, "provocation". He is standing on ships by the United States.

"The Novorossiysk is a Varshavyanka-class submarine, the first new Russian Black Sea Fleet submarine in post-Soviet history."

Russian Typhoon class submarine. This Russian Typhoon class submarine dwarfs its rivals.

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