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Four-power organizations

Only two four-power organizations existed during the Cold War from 1948 to 1989. Both were in West Berlin, Germany. They were;

These two organizations were uniquely four-powered in that American, British, French, and Soviet authorities cooperated together in their management. This was a far cry from the intense adversarial relationship the allies had with the Warsaw Pact leader on every other aspect of world affairs during this timeframe.

Both organizations remained low-profile and secretive during their existences to avoid highlighting the politically sensitive nature of their interactions and cooperations.