Guided Exhibit Tour, Reception & Presentation on Tuesday, November 29th
Join leading Cold War historians at the Nixon Library on Tuesday, November 29th to hear how U.S. intelligence services operated covertly behind the Iron Curtain.
Appearing in person are:
Gary Powers Jr. Founder and Chairman Emeritus of The Cold War Museum and son of legendary CIA U-2 Pilot Francis Gary Powers;
Marc Voss, Founder and Executive Director of the Regimes Museum, a Southern California center dedicated to preventing authoritarian tyranny;
Todd Anton, an author who serves on the board of the Regimes Museum.
Guests are invited to arrive starting at 6:00 PM to enjoy refreshments.
The program begins at 7:00 PM.
Following the program, join the curator of the acclaimed special exhibit Cold War: Soviets, Spies, and Secrets for a special tour!