CNN/COLD WAR  National
Security Archive

The National Security Archive is a non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in 1985 by a group of journalists and scholars who sought a centralized home for formerly secret U.S. government documentation obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. The National Security Archive is proud to have had the opportunity to make a substantial contribution to the Cold War series.

For each episode, we have prepared transcripts of some of the interviews used in each episode.


Episodes

Conclusions (April. 4, 1999)


The Walls Comes Down (Mar. 28, 1999)


Spies (Mar. 14, 1999)


Soldiers of God (Mar. 7, 1999)


Freeze (Feb. 28, 1999)


Backyard (Feb. 21, 1999)


Good Guys, Bad Guys (Feb. 14, 1999)


D'etente (Feb. 7, 1999)


China (Jan. 24, 1999)


Red Spring (Jan. 17, 1999)


Make Love, Not War (Jan. 10, 1999)


MAD (Dec. 13, 1998)


Vietnam (Dec. 6, 1998)


Cuba (Nov. 29, 1998)


The Wall (Nov. 22, 1998)


Sputnik (Nov. 15, 1998)


After Stalin (Nov. 8, 1998)


Reds (Nov. 1, 1998)


Korea (Oct. 25, 1998)


Berlin (Oct. 18, 1998)


Marshall Plan
(Oct. 11, 1998)

Iron Curtain (Oct. 4, 1998)


Comrades (Sept. 27, 1998)