Cold War Propaganda

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Duck and cover and don't look at the blast -School nuclear bomb drill during the Cold War. thats the way it was

October 2010

Cold War Propaganda like this one shows Stalin the USSR leader creeping into allied controlled territory in Europe and with the possibility of more soviet influenced countries in later years. History Classroom, History Teachers, Teaching History, World History Lessons, Ap World History, American History, History Articles, European History, Modern History

The Cold War

CARTOON/DRAWING #1 1.) Who do these two people represent? 2.) What feelings does this cartoon evoke? 3). What similarities do you see between the figures in this picture? What differences? 4.) In what time period do you think this image was created? 5.) How do you think people felt about this picture at the time it was created? 6.) What historical progress has taken place since the time this image was created? CARTOON/DRAWING #2 1.) Who might be the audience for this poster? 2.) What is the…

Nice infographic about Cold War and the nuclear arms race that resulted, comparing the US with the USSR. Ap World History, History Education, History Teachers, History Class, Teaching History, Teaching Resources, American History, School Resources, Teaching Materials

The Heat of the Cold War - Nuclear Arms Race Facts Info Graphic - Watch The Americans

Knowing What The Cold War Is And Why It Took Place: Inception of the term “Cold War” was in 1945. It was used by writer George Orwell in an essay of his. The cold war was named so because between the USA and the USSR there was hardly any direct combat. They were rather heading […]

 Seuss' The Butter Battle. Great for teaching conflict resolution, name- calling, invoking fear, bullying 5th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Conflict Resolution Activities, Conflict Management, School Social Work, Guidance Lessons, School Videos, Anti Bullying, School Counselor

Dr. Seuss - The Butter Battle Book - Part 1 of 2

Basically a kids' version of Dr. Strangelove. This Seuss book parodies the Cold War arms race through the fighting between the Yooks and the Zooks. Transload...

LA City Archive: How LA prepped for nuclear war in the

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Cartoon of Democrats pulling an elephant to stand on top of a stack of wobbly paint cans with a barrel labeled ‘McCarthyism. Canadian History, Us History, American History, History Memes, Cold War Propaganda, Propaganda Art, Political Cartoon Analysis, Political Cartoons, Political Images

Exhibitions - Library of Congress

The Library of Congress celebrates Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Herb Block (1909–2001) with a look at his remarkable seventy-two-year career (1929–2001).

The Smuggled Atom Bomb, by Philip Wylie - Avon 1956 (Cover art uncredited) Pulp Fiction, Science Fiction, Bomba Nuclear, E Mc2, Atomic Age, Pulp Art, The Bikini, Retro Futurism, Cold War

Flickriver: Most interesting photos from The Red Menace [VINTAGE] - Fears of Communism & the Cold War pool

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

Nice infographic about Cold War and the nuclear arms race that resulted, comparing the US with the USSR. Ap World History, History Education, History Teachers, History Class, Teaching History, Teaching Resources, American History, School Resources, Teaching Materials

The Nuclear Arms Race

It was the main issue in the Cold War when both America and Russia challenging each other to increase their stockpiles of nuclear weapons. This infor

Use of signs with no order to them A Works Progress Administration/Federal Art Project poster provides instruction on proper air raid behavior: 'Air raid precautions. Keep cool, don't scream, don't run, prevent disorder, obey all instr Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Food, Vintage Style, Air Raid, Wpa Posters, Poster Prints, Art Print

United States Civil Defense "OCD" WWII

second in a series of five civil defense posts "Don't Scream", is always good advice The World War Two homefront in the United States had already learned a lot from our friends in Britain regarding air raids and civil defense. These spotlights and tracers converge on a false alarm high in the sky over Los Angeles. Early on in that war there was already an organized structure of roles and responsibilities in place for trained, enthusiastic civilians. Every specialized job had its own…