Checkpoint Charlie: The Cold War, the Berlin Wall and the most dangerous place on Earth

  Our interview today is with Iain MacGregor, the author of a new book on Checkpoint Charlie subtitled The Cold War, the Berlin Wall and the most dangerous place on Earth. Weaving together personal testimonies, this book is described as a gripping narrative with vivid interviews with those on all sides whose lives were directly … Read moreCheckpoint Charlie: The Cold War, the Berlin Wall and the most dangerous place on Earth

The Berlin Wall – Frederick Taylor

James spoke with Fred Taylor, a historian who has written several books on Germany, about his book ’The Berlin Wall 1961 – 1989’ which will shortly be reprinted to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of The Wall.  James and Fred spoke about the origins of The Wall and the division of Germany and … Read moreThe Berlin Wall – Frederick Taylor

Episode 4 (Part 1) – Espionage, East Germany and Berlin with Spybrary host Shane Whaley

Welcome to episode 4 (part 1) of Cold War Conversations. Today we’re talking about Cold War espionage, East Germany and Berlin with Spybrary host, Shane Whaley. Shane runs the Spybrary podcast at spybrary.com. Their goal is to encourage people to read new spy novels, revisit an old espionage classic and discuss them with our community of … Read moreEpisode 4 (Part 1) – Espionage, East Germany and Berlin with Spybrary host Shane Whaley