Cuban Missile Crisis

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History

 

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Lee S

 

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May 4, 2014

 

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University

 

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Castro was also aware of many attempts by the CIA to oust him and knew that since the Bay of Pigs invasion had failed, America still had something to prove. All this as well as Castro’s disastrous visit to the USA, where he was looked down upon by the American government and its people and was left feeling “upset and hurt” all added to a build up of uneasy tension between the two...
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Amongst all the uneasiness, Krushchev saw a golden opportunity with in America’s enemy, Cuba. By 1962 the USSR were desperately behind in the arms race. The US had developed strategic missiles with power and capability to strike almost all of Russia; however the Russian missiles could only reach Europe...
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