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Castro and Khruschev showing closer ties
The Crisis Soviets armed Cuba with nuclear missiles
U2 spy plane photographs sites
U.S. territory is vulnerable so JFK demanded removal Khrushchev warned it “could lead to nuclear war”
How should JFK handle this crisis? pursue diplomacy (talk with Cuba and S.U.) blockade Cuba so missiles not fully assembled have Air Force do an air strike to destroy sites before operational
JFK placed a blockade on Cuba warned Soviets of attack if missile fired brink of nuclear war JFK announces decision to blockade Cuba to the public on T.V.
Soviets show traditional arms in Havanna, Cuba and send 19 ships w/ materials to finish making missile sites operational
Soviet ships turned back at the last minute Soviet ship Poltava on its way to Cuba (CIA photo)
The Compromise Soviet missiles removed from Cuba U.S. promises not to invade Cuba U.S. removed missiles from Italy and Turkey Members of ExComm and JFK planning a compromise
“Hotline” b/t the S.U. and U.S. leaders Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: no testing of nuclear weapons aboveground JFK foreign policy success JFK signs Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in 1963
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.
The Cuban Missile Crisis: The World on the Brink 1962
© Boardworks Ltd of 15 Why was there a Cuban Missile Crisis? The Cold War For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation.
Cuban Missile Crisis/ Bay of Pigs By: Kyra and Brandon.
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.
Cuban Missile Crisis.
Learning Targets 1.Understand the situation in Cuba and the placement of missiles. 2.Analyze different, possible actions the United States could take.
Cuban Missile Crisis Tricia, Victoria, Meg, Krista Teacher: Jane Yeam Pascack Hills High School Tricia, Victoria, Meg, Krista Teacher: Jane Yeam Pascack.
The Cuban Missile Crisis. The “Alliance for Progress” President John F. Kennedy hoped to improve relations with Latin America to prevent the spread of.
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.
Lesson 4 – Cuban Missile Crisis Essential Question What impact did the Cuban Missile Crisis have on Cold War relations? Learning Outcomes - Students will:
US Foreign Policy Ch. 22, Sec 3. JFK & LBJ faced many _________________, in addition to domestic ones Cuba- US-supported leader __________.
Cuban Revolution Timeline: 1952 – Batista Coup 1953 – Castro launches first rebellion; fails. 1956 – Castro begins guerilla war against Batista.
Getting to California Highlight in your Reading Quiz Notes Fidel Castro Bay of Pigs blockade Missiles in Turkey Conclusion of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The Cold War Heats Up Significant Events of the Cold War Era.
Kennedy and the Cold War. REMINDER! Cold War= 1945 to 1989 United States VS Soviet Union War against COMMUNISM.
What are they talking about?. #2 #3 What are they talking about?
Opener The Great Race – Left Side: Soviet UnionRight Side: United States – Round 1: Be the first side to create a paper airplane that can reach the back.
THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS Origins The ‘Thirteen Days’ Consequences.
Learning Targets 1.Describe why the USSR planned to place missiles in Cuba. 2.Analyze different, possible actions the U.S. could take to respond to the.
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