Gerald Ford, Harold Wilson and Henry Kissinger in Helsinki
U.S. President Gerald Ford (L) and British Prime Minister Harold Wilson (R) along with U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (above) on the steps of the U.S. Embassy on July 30, 1975, prior to a breakfast working session. Wilson was the first delegation chief scheduled to speak later today at the opening of the European Security Conference Summit here in Helsinki, Finland. (UPI Photo/Files)
UPI Almanac for Monday, March 11, 2013.
The KGB, the former Soviet Union's spy agency, targeted Princess Margaret, younger sister of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, a new book says.
"Iran’s plan for a second holocaust must be stopped,” says John Bolton on the cover of Newsmax’s April issue. A remarkable document and a “must” read.
UPI Almanac for Sunday, March 11, 2012.
The head of a Washington state mental hospital holding a criminally insane killer who walked away while on an outing has resigned.
Harold Ronk, the ringmaster who sang at thousands of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus shows for 30 years, has died in Canton, Ohio, at 85.
Britain sold Israel plutonium and heavy water in the 1960s, helping to kickstart its nuclear weapons program, the BBC reports.
British Prime Minister Harold Wilson was convinced Russian spies were watching him even when he took his holidays.
Newly declassified British documents show former Prime Minister Harold Wilson worried about being spied on by Russia and plots by his own security force.
Tony Blair has overtaken Harold Wilson to become the Labor Party's longest-serving prime minister in British history.