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Innocent Weapons: The Soviet and American Politics of Childh

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Margaret Peacock

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Department of History
The University of Alabama
Department of History
The University of Alabama

The American National Exhibition
Sokolniki Park
Moscow, 1959
Mama
Svetlana Zhiltsova
"School"
"Papa and Mama! Come Out, I am done playing!"
Ivan's Childhood
"Pioneers are friends with all the children of the world"
From a Catholic Parade in 1952. Published in The New York Times.
(above) The now
famous children's
civil defense
campaign to teach kids how to protect themselves from nuclear attack.
"Welcome!"
Dagmar,
played by
Robin Morgan
Svetlana Zhiltsova in 1964
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