Essay heading: cuban missile crisis

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The Soviet Union was said to have only four to six land based ICBMs and about one hundred short range V-1 type missiles that could be launched from surface submarines. (Wikipedia) In late July, over sixty Soviet ships were en route to Cuba because Khrushchev devised the deployment plan in May of 1962...
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Even though President Kennedy was warned that the ships might be carrying weapons, he dismissed this accusation because he did not believe that the Soviets would try such a thing. (Wikipedia) A U-2 flight in late August photographed a new series of surface-to-air missile sites being constructed. Even though there were photographs, Kennedy told Congress that there were no offensive missiles in Cuba on September 4, 1962...
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