1983: the year the world risked catastrophe


Ronald Reagan on one side, Yurii Andropov on the other. In the early 80’s relations between the two superpowers, Usa and Ussr, were in a very delicate phase.  Then, on the night of September 26, the risk of an atomic conflict suddenly became very real.

Ronald Reagan on one side, Yurii Andropov on the other. In the early 80’s relations between the two superpowers, Usa and Ussr, were in a very delicate phase.  Then, on the night of September 26, the risk of an atomic conflict suddenly became very real.

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