cuban missile crisis

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American History

 

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Keith W

 

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September 14, 2015

 

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University

 

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Within a year of the end of the war, these two allies had become advisories. During the 1950's, under Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet Union (USSR) was actively trying to establish a foothold in the Western Hemisphere closer to its enemy, the United States. On New Years Day in 1959 they got their perfect opportunity in Cuba...
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On New Years Day in 1959 they got their perfect opportunity in Cuba. They had a revolution led by a young guerilla fighter named Fidel Castro. Within a year of the revolution, the Castro government Ghanavati 2 fearing invasion from the USA turned to the Soviets for military and financial aid. By the early 1960's, Cuba was a communist state with a growing presence of Soviet military advisors throughout the country...
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