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The FLQ was a terrorist group in Quebec and kidnapped a politician and a British diplomat which then introduced the dark era of Canada with then thousands arrest in this time period many organizations rose up but under the arrogant but effective reign of Pierre Elliot Trudeau they eventually dissolved to nothing.

The FLQ was a terrorist group in Quebec and kidnapped a politician and a British diplomat which then introduced the dark era of Canada with then thousands arrest in this time period many organizations rose up but under the arrogant but effective reign of Pierre Elliot Trudeau they eventually dissolved to nothing.

This picture shows on the left the shows the american mascot Uncle Sam trying to contain the spread of communism and on the right the USSR are trying to spread into new continents across the globe

While the Cold War may have ended over two decades ago, at least according to Wikipedia, no one can deny its legacy in the contemporary world. But what does it mean that American "won" the Cold War? A new project seeks to find that out.

Queen Elizabeth signing the Canadian constitution with Pierre Trudeau the prime minister at the time for Canada, this was a true patriotic act for Canada and with our new independent nation can go to our own wars have our own trades but are not fully gone from the British influence like our coins and military names like Queens Own Rifles Regiment

This is the Queen of England signing the Canadian constitution act with Pierre Trudeau. This made Canada an independent country and gave it its own charter of rights and freedoms. Making Canada officially its own country in

Cold War paranoia and a huge technological leap. The sputnik was the first satellite to be launched and broadcast a signal from space and with more launches of animals and humans into space the space race between the powers of the US and USSR, these were tense times to one up each other.

Cold War paranoia and a huge technological leap. This poster is meant to look like a vintage poster for the Soviet Union's Sputnik space satellite. Poor Sputnik was "accidentally" blown up by America.

RAF English Electric Lightning and TU-95 Bear, many times the soviets breached allied airspace and re conned the area but the fighters if they shot an aircraft down would seem like an act of war because most of the bears only had cameras and a crew, so they were then intercepted and escorted out of the airspace, both superpowers were accused of doing this on multiple occasions.

RAF English Electric Lightning and Russian Tupolev "Bear". This happened during an era of British aerial dominance (with the US) in terms of it's air industry. English Electric were just one company operating at the time.

American M-60 tanks operating on European highway during the Cold War. mobilizing  forces for a possible Soviet invasion where at that time was pretty credible because of the USSR trying to spread communism and was willing to drive over a few speed bumps to get there.

American tanks operating on European highway during the Cold War. The American Interstate and Defense Highway Program created in 1955 was based on wartime experience with the German Autobahns during the Second World War