National Archives at Atlanta

National Archives at Atlanta

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Beating Reds

Beating Reds


This U.S. News & World Report magazine features stories on Vietnam and an interview with Dr. Wernher von Braun. The article on Vietnam...

Tags: Alabama | Cold War | Vietnam War
Expeditionary Siberian Force

Expeditionary Siberian Force

May-August 1920

In this document, a federal inmate convicted of violating espionage laws, files a motion in which he states President Woodrow Wilson has...

Tags: Atlanta Federal Penitentiary | Foreign Countries | Georgia
USSR Emblem

USSR Emblem

November 25, 1954

This photo from the Tennessee Valley Authority shows the hammer and sickle logo drawn on the side of a building. The accompanying records...

Tags: Cold War | Communism | Soviet Union | Tennessee
USSR Civil Aviation Delegation

Russian Aviation

November-December 1972

In 1972, a group of Soviet aeronautics and aviation educators visited the Kennedy Space Center....

Tags: Aviation | Cold War | Florida
Visitors Denied Entry

Visitors Denied Entry

August 21-25, 1944

During World War II, security at Oak Ridge, Tennessee was very strict, and the War Department denied separate proposed visits to the...

Tags: Communism | Tennessee
Advisory Group to Pakistan

Training In Pakistan

July 11, 1956

In 1956, the Anniston Ordnance Depot in Anniston, Alabama, sent a Military Advisory Group to Pakistan to dispose of hazardous ammunition...

Tags: Ammunition | Foreign Countries
Bolshevik Propaganda

Bolshevik Concerns


As early as 1918, U.S. Customs Intelligence was monitoring communist publications entering the country, including the constitution of...

Tags: Communism | Florida
ASTP Statement and Drawings

Apollo Soyuz Test Project


The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) was the first joint U.S.-Soviet space flight and marked the end of the "Space Race" between the two...

Tags: Alabama | Space Exploration | Soviet Union
Russian Atomic Bomb Progress

Russian Atomic Bomb Progress

October 20, 1945

In light of the Soviet Union's detonation of its first nuclear device on August 29th, 1949, U.S. officials contemplated the need to...

Tags: Communism | Tennessee
Project Paperclip

Operation Paperclip

ca. 1947-1975

In the closing days of World War II, the Soviet Union and the U.S. sought to enhance their knowledge of missile technology with the help of...

Tags: Space Exploration