Gain a deeper understanding of the ideological differences that caused the Cold War, as well as what it was like for those living in East Germany and the Soviet Union on a history trip to Germany or Russia!
Although the ideological confrontation between the Soviet Union and NATO may not have involved direct conflict, the Cold War, as it came to be known, was fought by all other available means.
Using economic pressure supported by huge propaganda efforts, both power blocks fought for dominance. In Berlin, students can see for themselves the remains of the Berlin Wall, visit the interactive DDR Museum, or take a guided tour of the Stasi Prison by one of its’ former inmates. And in Moscow learn more about Lenin, Stalin and the power of the Kremlin.