President Eisenhower / Soviet Union / Francis Gary Powers / Siberia Powers / Moscow

This Day, 1960: President EIsenhower denied that a U.S. spy plane had been shot down over the Soviet Union. In fact, U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers had been shot down over Siberia. Powers survived and is shown here in a Moscow courtroom

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