The Cuban Missile Crisis
What was the Cuban Missile Crisis? -- From Revolution to Totalitarianism -- The Cold War -- Castro and the Cuban Revolution -- JFK and the Election of 1960 -- Disaster at the Bay of Pigs -- Sparring in Vienna and Berlin -- Arming Cuba -- Ex Comm -- Invasion vs. blockade -- Going public -- Diplomacy -- Eyeball to eyeball -- The Jupiters -- A possible solution -- New tensions -- The secret missile swap -- Doomsday scenarios -- Changing historical evaluations -- 1989 -- Timeline.
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