This intriguing title looks at the pivotal crisis from the Cold War during which the Soviet Union set up nuclear missiles in Cuba. Readers are introduced to the key players, including Castro, Khrushev, and Kennedy, and the intricacies of the crisis are covered including proxy wars, communication systems, and the outcome. A final chapter examines relations today and explores the idea that a new Cold War with Russia may be looming.
The Cold War and the Cuban Missle Crisis
Crabtree Publishing Company
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