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What’s On

A guide to what’s happening in the world of history over the coming weeks

Protect and Survive: Britain’s Cold War Revealed

From 4 April, National Archives, Kew


The National Archives is hosting a Cold War season (until November), part of which includes a brand-new exhibition – opening 70 years after NATO was formed and ending with the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Original documents from the time will be on display highlighting the tensions felt across the country – including a letter from Winston Churchill to the Queen, and spy confessions. A range of events will accompany the exhibition including a talk by the former Director General of MI5, Dame Stella Rimington.

Churchill, Truman and Stalin were all smiles at the end of WWII – that would soon change
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