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US/Cuban Relations The Cuban Revolution, The Bay of Pigs Invasion, The Cuban Missile Crisis
US/Cuban Relations Early 1950’s US trade Growing anti-communism attitude CIA covert operations
Cuban Revolution Fulgencio Batista Castro’s failed attack-1953 Revolutionary Campaign-1953-1959 Long-awaited Success-1959 Castro takes control
Eisenhower/Kennedy Castro cuts out US involvement Eisenhower’s plan CIA 1960 election Kennedy’s enthusiasm Cover up
Bay of Pigs Invasion The Plan The Attack Failure Kennedy’s embarrassment Soviet support of Cuba
US nuclear bases near USSR Soviet missile sites in Cuba Kennedy’s skepticism U-2 Flights
Cuban Missile Crisis Soviet Missile Sites Kennedy’s Naval Quarantine Troops Assembled Soviet Deals Nuclear War averted
Aftermath US trade embargo of Cuba Castro’s ruin of Cuban economy
Cuba Americas Backyard?. Teddy Roosevelt – Rough Rider.
Ch The Cold War Divides the World I
Everything You Need To Know About The Cold War In Cuba To Succeed In APUSH
US supported a very unpopular Cuban dictator The people began to revolt and Fidel Castro led the revolution and came to power At first Castro.
The Cuban Revolution and the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Fidel Castro & The Cuban Revolution Aim: How did Fidel Castro come to power? & What does Cuba look like today?
President John F. Kennedy The Kennedy Administration.
Bay of Pigs Invasion 1961.
Cuban Missile Crisis/ Bay of Pigs Kendra Morgan Shanny.
Bay of Pigs. Cuban Revolution 1950s – US supported unpopular dictator Batista Revolution overthrew Batista and placed Fidel Castro in power (1959)
Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis. Fidel Castro 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew Fulgencio Batista and became leader of Cuba 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew.
The Bay of Pigs Invasion The Road to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The Cuban Missile Crisis. The “Alliance for Progress” President John F. Kennedy hoped to improve relations with Latin America to prevent the spread of.
Cuba in the Cold War. Fidel Castro Born in 1927 Attended Jesuit schools as he was growing up He attended law school in Havana and established a law practice.
Cuban Revolution Timeline: 1952 – Batista Coup 1953 – Castro launches first rebellion; fails. 1956 – Castro begins guerilla war against Batista.
The Bay of pigs/ The Cuban Missile Crisis
The Cuban Missile Crisis Objective: What were the causes and consequences?
Latin America Section 1 Aim: How did Revolution change Cuba? Topic: Cuban Revolution.
Kennedy and the Cold War. President John F. Kennedy takes over the Cold War in the 1960’s – The 1960 election changes politics First Roman Catholic president.
Cuba and the Missile Crisis. Cuban Revolution ( ) resulted in the overthrow of Fulgencio Batista and the creation of a new communist government.
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