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A Hot Time in the Cold War

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57 pages58 minutes

Summary

The author describes what it was like living in the American Embassy in Moscow, USSR, from 1967-68 in the middle of the Cold War. He was a staff sergeant in the Defense Intelligence Agency who was also the part time editor of TWIM (This Week in Moscow) the only free press in the USSR. In addition to his personal experiences, he describes what it was like living in the city.and excursions he made outside. He traveled by rail to the Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) and through Siberia to the city of Vladimir.

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