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50 Years Later, New Secrets Of The Cuban Missile Crisis Emerge

The Cuban Missile Crisis ended 50 years ago this month. Or did it? According to documents publicly released for the first time to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the moment when the world stood at the precipice of World War III, Fidel Castro...
Jen Warnock Chace
Jen Warnock Chace • 2 years ago

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Strategic Air Command personnel interpreting reconnaissance photo during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962.

John F. Kennedy speaks before reporters during a televised speech to the nation about the strategic blockade of Cuba, and his warning to the Soviet Union about missile sanctions, during the Cuban missile crisis, on October 24, 1962

Cuban Missile Crisis was a confrontation between the Soviet Union and Cuba on one side and the United States on the other in October 1962, during the Cold War.

The Cuban Missile Crisis October 14-October 28, 1962. The world came dangerously close to a nuclear war.

The weight of the world on the President's shoulders: President Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis in October of 1962. This event is considered the most intense episode during the Cold War.

Members of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) march during a protest against the U.S. action over the Cuban missile crisis, on October 28, 1962 in London, England. (Getty Images)

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, U.S. Army anti-aircraft rockets sit, mounted on launchers and pointed out over the Florida Straits in Key West, Florida, on October 27, 1962. (AP photo)