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The US military placed missiles in Turkey pointed at the Soviet Union (1960) Soviet Union felt extremely threatened by this
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
Russians devise plan to counter US actions in Turkey and Italy Communist Cuba
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
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
The executive committee of JFK’s advisors
Military Strike? Naval Quarantine? Invade Cuba?
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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
The Cuban Missile Crisis The Climax of the Cold War.
COLD WAR IN CUBA. Fidel Castro U.S. embargo Castro installs communist government in 1959 CUBAN REVOLUTION.
The Cuban Missile Crisis Bay of Pigs Pres. Eisenhower sets plan to help Cuban refugees regain power-- called for invasion of Cuba When Kennedy.
Cuban Revolution Timeline: 1952 – Batista Coup 1953 – Castro launches first rebellion; fails. 1956 – Castro begins guerilla war against Batista.
Cuban Missile Crisis. Bay of Pigs Invasion Cuba has fell to Communism and Castro is allied with the USSR because of the trade embargo. Kennedy could not.
Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis. Fidel Castro 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew Fulgencio Batista and became leader of Cuba 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew.
Foreign and Domestic Issues Eisenhower and Kennedy.
Kennedy and The Cold War Ch 20 Section1 JFK and the Cold War What was the new military policy of JFK’s Administration? What was the new military.
The Cuban Missile Crisis October 14 – October 28, 1962.
THE BAY OF PIGS 1959: Fidel Castro (a communist and ally of the Soviet Union) came in to power in Cuba The U.S. did not trust Castro and planned to overthrow.
Chapter 29 Section 3 Foreign Policy in the Early 1960s.
THE COLD WAR: CUBA BBS 20 th Century History. BACKGROUND Cuba was the site of many Cold War confrontations. The missile crisis is a direct example.
Cuban Missile Crisis Tricia, Victoria, Meg, Krista Teacher: Jane Yeam Pascack Hills High School Tricia, Victoria, Meg, Krista Teacher: Jane Yeam Pascack.
Goals of the Bay of Pigs Invasion The United States government was disturbed when Fidel Castro took over Cuba in 1959 and developed ties to the Soviet.
American History Chapter 17 Section 2. Flexible Response Kennedy tried to reduce the threat of nuclear war and contain communism. He wanted the option.
The Kennedy and Johnson Years ( ) I. BaY OF BIGS INVASION 1. U.S. Plan to overthrow Communist (Fidel Castro) in Cuba. a. CIA trained Anti-Castro.
JFK AND THE COLD WAR Ch Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Daily goal(s): Understand how JFK responded to Cold War conflicts like the Bay of Pigs, Cuban.
THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS Origins The ‘Thirteen Days’ Consequences.
Cold War Heats Up Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis.
Cuban Missile Crisis The Cuban Missile Crisis was a confrontation during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States regarding the deployment.
Overview of President Kennedy, The Cold War, and Cuba.
President Kennedy Soviet Premier Khrushchev Cuban Leader Fidel Castro.
Fears of a nuclear attack and spread of communism led to a Red Scare in the late 1940s & 1950s Americans grew worried about Communists & Soviet spies living.
What was the 3 rd Hot Spot in the Cold War! Cuban Missile Crisis!
Kennedy’s New Policy re: Communism Flexible Response : Designed to give President many options for dealing with communism.
Problems in Cuba Chapter 23 Section 2. Castro’s Cuba The U.S. had worried about Cuba ever since revolutionary leader Fidel Castro took over in 1959.
The Cuban Missile Crisis A Timeline Mark Nutter. US reconnaissance planes reveal SS-5 nuclear missiles supplied by the Soviet Union on the coast of Cuba.
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS. The Cuban Missile Crisis was an event that occurred during the U.S. and Russia cold war. This event was a thirteen day confrontation.
Documentary & Observation sheet Questions go in order Don’t worry about spelling Cuban Missile Crisis History Short.
Arms Race Bay of Pigs Cuban Missile Crisis Mr. Doherty / Mrs. T.
Cuban Missile Crisis. Background Cuba, small island, 90 miles from FL Cuba, small island, 90 miles from FL U.S. businesses controlled much of Cuba, U.S.
ON THE BRINK Causes and Effects of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Cuban Missile Crisis F.A.Q Harris & Tro. From a holistic approach, The Cuban Missile Crisis served as an inhibitor in the context of high tensions throughout.
Kennedy and Foreign Affairs Mr. Chojnacki US II Honors.
■ Essential Question: – How did the arms race & space race escalate the Cold War between the United States & the Soviet Union? CNN STUDENT NEWS.
John F. Kennedy Nikita Khrushchev The Cuban Missile Crisis (also known as The October Crisis in Cuba ) was the closest the world ever came to nuclear war.
Warm-Up!!! Analyze the above political cartoon. What unit goal is being portrayed through the illustration? What types of events might this cartoon.
JFK AND FLEXIBLE RESPONSE JFK is elected president of the U.S. in Flexible Response=JFK’s new military policy. A)Increased spending on nonnuclear.
Today’s Schedule – 3/20/13 Discuss Final Schedule Cuba PPT Reminder Have Spring Portfolio topic approved HW: Rd. Cold War Section Complete Focus.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby The Soviets build nuclear bases in Cuba American Ships Blockade Cuba Missiles moved out of Cuba Kennedy and Nikita.
Cuban Missile Crisis Thirteen Days in October 1962.
You Make the Call. What is a political cartoon? Drawings that express the artist’s point of view about a situation or event Can criticize, show approval,
Unit Four: The 1950s 20 th Century History BBS. Day One Objective: The Cold War and the 1950s Warm Up What is your understanding of “The Cold War”?
The Cuban Missile Crisis: What happened? SWBAT: IDENTIFY THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS. HOMEWORK: “FILL IN THE FOLLOWING GAPS” ON THE BACK.
Bay of Pigs April 1961 Started 3 months into John F. Kennedy’s presidency Action by a CIA-trained force of Cuban exiles to invade southern Cuba They were.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby What The Cuban Missile Crisis Was Leaders How it Was Resolved What Occurred The Museum of The Cuban Missile Crisis.
Section 2-10 Crises of the Cold War Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Cuba and its leader, Fidel Castro, began.
JFK: Cold Warrior Flexible Response. Foreign Policy Issues JFK will face: 1.) New USSR leader = Khrushchev: very different from Stalin; looking for peaceful.
Castro’s Cuba 1950’s- Cuba ruled by an unpopular dictator, Batista- who the U.S. supported. Cuban resentment led to an overthrow led by Fidel Castro, who.
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