W. I. Juretzko
Biography
Profile
History
Cold War
Articles
Exhibitions
Publications
Photos
Links

Please sign my

Guestbook

Write me an E-mail

Write me an E-mail

Best view: Resolution 1024 x 768 Type size Middle

Werner by Freesilesia

Werner by RS

This page was established 11-15-2000

J.F.Kennedy:

 

CELEBRATING THE END OF SOVIET OCCUPATION.

Ambassadors from Slovakia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia and Romania came together at the Embassy of Slovakia, in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 10 th Anniversary of the end of the Soviet Empire.

This “ by invite only” reception included the presentation of Cold War artifacts to the Cold War Museum, represented by Gary Powers jr. the founder and Director and speeches by the Slovakian Ambassador, outlining the struggle for Independence.

Video of the fall of the Berlin Wall, President Kennedy’s famous statement on the steps of the Berlin- Schoeneberg City Hall “ICH BIN EIN BERLINER” and key independence events showed how the world has changed over the last ten years.

Here the Ambassadors are seen with Gary Powers jr. acknowledging the speakers and celebrities who attended the reception. Throughout the evening ambassadors, diplomats and the military attaches recounted their experiences and struggle during the Soviet era.

Zum vorherigen Artikel

Home

Cold War Historian Werner I. Juretzko details the significance of the color code on a communist prison garb to Alan Simpson, the US associate editor of “EYE SPY” , the “The Fascinating World of Intelligence” magazine .

The red arm and leg band signifies a political maximum security prisoner, who is to be kept in total isolation at all times with absolutely no contact to anyone within the prison population.
 

Click to more Photo

Zum nächsten Artikel

[W. I. Juretzko] [Biography] [Profile] [History] [Cold War] [Articles] [Exhibitions] [Publications] [Photos] [Links]