"THE COLD WAR IN
Wednesday, April 27, at 7 p.m.
Speaker: Alan Earls
Bomb shelters in Clinton? Missiles in Vermont? Bombers in Boston? Soviet spy ships in Long Island Sound? If this sounds like the stuff of fiction, think again. This is the incredible true story of America's longest war--the war that gave us space travel, the Internet, and the personal computer. It's time to return to the front lines and discover how New England fought to keep the Cold War from getting hot! Join us for this interesting slide-illustrated lecture.
We'll have an exhibit of 1960's material on display throughout the evening and refreshments will be served.
Admission is $3 per person, free to 2016 members and all current students.
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