Nixon, Richard M.
Soviet Union--Politics and government
Moscow: Russians have not seen an American President on their soil since Franklin D. Roosevelt met Josef Stalin at Yalta in 1945. But they have seen a lot of Richard M. Nixon. The President has made three trips to the Soviet Union. At top, Nixon, then Vice President, is shown when he held his famous 'Kitchen Debate' with Nikita S. Khrushchev (L) -- when they stood nose-to-mose and promoted the merits of their two systems. In this 1959 file photo. At bottom, Pres. Roosevelt (C) is shown with Britain's Winston Churchill (L) and Soviet Premier Josef Stalin at Yalta in 1945.
BW Photograph, 11" x 8.5"
United Press International