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1 Who What Where When Why How

2  June 1962 – Cuban Missile Crisis  crisis/videos?paidlink=1&vid=HIS_SEM_Search&k eywords=cuban%2Bmissile%2Bcrisis&utm_sourc e=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=cu ban%20missile%20crisi&utm_term=cuban%20mi ssile%20crisis

3  The US military placed missiles in Turkey pointed at the Soviet Union (1960)  Soviet Union felt extremely threatened by this

4  Medium range missiles that could hit a target 1,500 miles away  This would take roughly 15 to 20 minutes to fuel and make ready for launch  Made by the Chrysler Corportation

5  Russians devise plan to counter US actions in Turkey and Italy  Communist Cuba

6  Soviets begin constructing of missile bases in Cuba with the capability of annihilating US cities  U-2 spy plane of the US flies over Cuba and takes photographs

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8  Approved Soviet Missile installations because the Bay of Pigs of 61’ incident could have repeated itself  Soviets were looking for a way to deter the US from attacking the Soviets  Arms Race

9  The executive committee of JFK’s advisors

10  Military Strike?  Naval Quarantine?  Invade Cuba?

11  No ships in or around Cuba  Kennedy announces the news to the public  p?video_id=169280&title=Cuban_Missile_Cri sis&vpkey=

12  Missiles are taken out of Cuba and secretly Turkey  United States and Soviet Union renew peace agreement  US agrees not to invade Cuba  Arms Race continues with the Soviets catching up


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