THE KAPUSTIN YAR FLIGHT: A BALANCE OF PROBABILITIES

In the early 1950s the British and US militaries were desperate to gain intelligence about Soviet nuclear and missile programmes. Of great interest was the construction of missile complexes in the southern part of the Soviet Union around a number of facilities including Tyuratam, Kapustin Yar and Sary Shagan.

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