All That Is Interesting investigates the intrigue and espionage of the Cold War with these interesting articles and stories!
What We Loved This Week, Nov. 27 – Dec. 3
David Bowie, Marilyn Monroe, and many others circa their kindergarten days.
Man Tracks Down The Person Who Killed His Great-Grandfather During Stalin’s Great Purge
He even managed to get an apology from the killer's granddaughter, who thanked the man for bringing out “the entire truth” of Russia's past.
The Most Outlandish CIA Programs Of The Cold War
Inside the CIA's Cold War-era plans for mind control, psychic spies, and one horrifying cat.
4 Abandoned Nuclear Testing Sites Humans Destroyed Worse Than Chernobyl
Some of the world's biggest nuclear detonations didn't make the pages of your history book.
The 5 Most Infamous American Spies
The good American spies die in mystery, but the the most notorious live on in history for all of the wrong reasons.
Video Of The Day: Watch An Underground Nuclear Explosion Melt The Earth
Nuclear weapons are even scarier when you can't see the mushroom cloud.
5 Times The World Was On The Very Brink Of Nuclear Annihilation
Most of the time, it wasn't even deliberate.
Photo Of The Day: Miss Atomic Bomb 1957
The atomic arms race inspired some of the most dangerous weapons in history. It also inspired the crowning of a Miss Atomic Bomb.
25 Vintage Photos Provide A Peek Into Life In East Germany
During the Cold War, the Eastern Bloc state was isolated both physically and ideologically from the West. These photos give us a glimpse into life there.
Remember The Korean War In These Moving Photos
65 years ago, about 75,000 North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel started the Korean War. Remember the tragedy with these images.
Babies In A Divided Berlin
Berliners show their children the other side of the wall as it begins construction in 1961.