Cold War

Former allies, America and the USSR fought a "Cold War" after the end of WWII. In 1962, their disagreements nearly caused a nuclear catastrophe. This collection explores the far-reaching impact of their disputes and rivalries.

Cold War Chapters

What became of James Donovan, Rudolf Abel and Francis Gary Powers after their encounter on the Bridge of Spies?

James Donovan selected the Glienicke Bridge, connecting West Berlin with Potsdam (in East Germany) as the place to exchange Abel for Powers. It become...

In East Berlin, James Donovan meets Wolfgang Vogel, an East-Berlin lawyer, as they begin negotiations to swap a Soviet spy (Rudolf Abel) for an Americ...

Authorized by officials in Washington, James Donovan - the lawyer who saved Rudolf Abel's life - is sent to Berlin. His mission is to negotiated a spy...

Oliver Powers, father of the downed U-2 pilot, first conceives the idea that his son could be exchanged for Rudolf Abel. In other words: Exchange a sp...

Cold War Audios

On the 5th of March, 1946, Winston Churchill was worried about the spread of Joseph Stalin's power throughout Europe.

On the evening of October 22, 1962, President Kennedy shocked the country when he reported the Soviet Union was installing ballistic missiles in Cuba.

Cold War Audio Narrations

Audio narration of "Francis Gary Powers and the U-2 Incident," a chapter of "Bridge of Spies."

Audio narration of "Trial of Rudolf Abel," a chapter in "Bridge of Spies."

Audio narration of "James Donovan and Rudolf Abe," a chapter in "Bridge of Spies."

Audio narration of "Arrest of Rudolf Abel," a chapter in "Bridge of Spies."

Audio narration of "Rudolf Abel at Risk," a chapter in the story "Bridge of Spies."

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