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Cold War Thaw: The USSR Pavilion at Expo ’74

The 1974 World’s Fair took place against a backdrop of improving relations between the United States and Soviet Russia. In May of 1972, USSR officials and President Nixon signed an environmental accord, contributing to a general thawing of the Cold War. The Soviets were one of the first nations to promise to come to Expo ‘74, which greatly contributed to the success of the plan. Their participation marked the first time since the New York World’s Fair of 1939-1940 that the Soviets had exhibited on U.S. soil… read more >

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