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Cuban Missile Crisis Recordings

October 14, 1962 U2 spy planes discovered Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba, just 90 miles off of the Florida Coast.

Cuban Missile Crisis

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When Americans think of the Cold War, right away minds go to October 1962, when on October 14, it was discovered by U2 spy planes that there were Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba, just 90 miles off of the Florida Coast. But to understand the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, we must first go back and look at the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion on April 1961.

In the early 1950s, Fulgencio Batista, a Cuban general and politician had seized power in Cuba, proclaiming himself President. The planned presidential elections had been canceled and Batista declared his new government "disciplined democracy." Although there was some popular support for the new leader by the Cuban people, many to see him as a one man dictatorship.

Fidel Castro 1962

Due to opposition by this Batista regime, many armed Cubans took to rebellion to oust Fulgencio Batista. This sparked the Cuban Revolution. The National Revolutionary Movement, made mostly of middle-class revolutionaries and the Student Revolutionary Directorate, made up of student activists tried to overthrow Batista. But the most successful group was that of the 26th of July Movement or MR-26-7s headed up by Fidel Castro.

Castro had based this organization on a clandestine cell system. What this meant was that each cell would contain ten members and none of them would know the activities or whereabouts of the other cells.

Castro had led a guerrilla army against Batista at a base camp in the Sierra Maestra mountain area between 1956 and 1959. Because of his repression towards revolutionaries and his widespread popularity, by 1958, Batista and his armies were in retreat. Batista had resigned and had gone into exile on December 31, 1958 but not without taking with him $300,000,000.

The presidency then fell to Manuel Urrutia Lleó, Casto's handpicked candidate. The Cabinet positions would be mostly controlled by MR-26-7s. Castro himself would become Prime Minister of Cuba on February 16, 1959. After dismissing the need for elections to be held, Fidel Castro had proclaimed the new administration as an example of a direct democracy where the Cuban people could assemble en masse to express their democratic will to him personally.

Shortly after the revolution, counter revolutionary groups were starting to develop to try and overthrow the new regime. Guerrilla forces were starting to be formed in Cuba's mountainous regions in an effort to create an armed attack against government forces. This would lead to a funded six year rebellion known as Escambray Rebellion. Those funding these dissidents were exiled Cuban communities, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Dominican Republic's Rafael Truqillo's regime. As a result, no quarter or the combatants were not taken prisoner but killed and the former rebels in the Batista overthrow ended up taking different sides.

Missile Site in Cuba

In April 1961, an inaction of Cuba took place to try and overthrow the Castro regime. This was a group of Cavan exiles and the whole thing was a fiasco. On April 21, 1961, President Kennedy held a press conference publicly taking full responsibility of the failure. The Joint Chiefs would need something to redeem themselves for this fiasco. Kennedy would learn early to not trust your generals fully and don't be too quick to sign your name on the dotted line when told by your generals that the invasion would be a success.

The year 1962 was President Kennedy's midterm election, and as we know from history, during a midterm election, the Party in the White House tends to lose seats in Congress. The modern exception to this would be 2002, where one year after September 11, 2001, the Republican Party gained seats in Congress. For months throughout 1962, the Kennedy White House was denying that they were ignoring that there were dangerous Soviet missiles on the island of Cuba, just 90 miles off of Florida.

Because of the American Jupiter Missiles in Italy and Turkey, and the failed 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion; Nikita Khrushchev and Fidel Castro had held a secret meeting in July 1962 where they agreed to build missile launching sites on Cuba so that the island could protect itself from a possible future invasion by the United States.

The missiles sites would be discovered by U-2 reconnaissance in October 1962. President Kennedy, upon learning of these missile sites assembled a team of his advisors known as EXCOM or the Executive Committee of the National Security Council. In the beginning, the President was advised to carry out air strikes and then invading the mainland of Cuba. He would choose a less aggressive plan of action thus avoiding a declaration of war.

While technically an act of war be definition, President Kennedy ordered a blockade of Cuba to avoid anymore Soviet missiles from entering Cuba. To make it look less like a war, the administration referred to this action as a quarantine. The blockade would end on November 20, 1962.

US Distances from Cuba

Perhaps the most dramatic part of the story took place at the United Nations where on October 25, 1962, UN Ambassador Adlai Stevenson showed to the world what had been going on. Stevenson pressed Soviet Ambassador Valarian Zorin during an emergency meeting of the Security Council where Zorin seemed to keep blowing Stevenson off stating that he would get his answers in due time and to not worry. Stevenson let Zorin know that he was prepared to wait for his answer until hell freezes over if that is what it takes.

Because of the clear and direct communications between the United States and the Soviet Union, a Moscow to Washington Hotline was established. This would be the way that both superpowers would be able to conduct business reducing tensions on both sides.

Perhaps the one lesser known hero during the Cuban Missile Crisis was Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr., USAF. On Saturday, October 27, 1962, Major Anderson was flying his U-2 plane over Cuba taking some reconnaissance pictures when his plan was hit by one of the two surface to air missiles over Banes, Cuba.

What the average American might not know is that Anderson's death may have avoided World War III. President Kennedy and Chairman Krushchev knew that this thing with Cuba was getting to a whole new level. As President Kennedy stated, "It isn't the first step that concerns me, but both sides escalating to the fourth or fifth step and we don't go to the sixth because there is no one around to do so."

The President sent Attorney General Robert Kennedy to meet with Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin to see if something could be done to end this standoff, peacefully. What was agreed to was that the Soviets would remove their missiles from Cuba and in exchange, the United States would remove their intermediate nuclear missiles from Turkey and they would not invade Cuba.

Robert Mcnamara testifying before Congress

When the Cuban Missile Crisis ended that night, Major Rudolf Anderson was the only American casualty during that thirteen day standoff of the US and the USSR.

President Kennedy had ordered that Major Anderson be awarded the first Air Force Cross, the Air Force Disguised Service Medal, the Purple Heart, and the Cheney Award. These awards were posthumously given after President Kennedy's assassination, in 1964.

As for the 1962 midterm, it was held on November 6th and the Republican Party did obtain a net gain of four seats in the House of Representatives but the Democrats still maintained a strong majority with a 258 to 176 seat majority. As for the United States Senate, the Democrats obtained a net gain of four seats giving them a 68 to 32 seat majority. These outcomes, some would say was the result of the successful end to the Cuban Missile Crisis just days before the elections. While the south saw several Republican wins and could have very well been the beginning of what Richard Nixon would use in 1968 called the Southern Strategy, there was a bolstering of liberal Democrats and that would pave the way for passage of the Clean Air Act of 1963 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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    67 recordings on 1 MP3 CD for just $5.00. Total playtime 12 hours, 10 min
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    1. 67 shows - total playtime 12 hours 10 minutes
    2. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Chester Clifton.mp3
    3. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Dick Helms.mp3
    4. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Larry O’brien.mp3
    5. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Mcgeorge Bundy.mp3
    6. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Robert F Kennedy.mp3
    7. Cmc 19610420 Jfk American Society Of Newspaper Editors.mp3
    8. Cmc 19610421 Jfk 10th Press Conference.mp3
    9. Cmc 19610427 Jfk President And Press.mp3
    10. Cmc 19620929 Jfk Talks Bay Of Pigs.mp3
    11. Cmc 19621016 Excom Meeting.mp3
    12. Cmc 19621017 Jfk Bridgeport Ct Speech.mp3
    13. Cmc 19621017 Jfk New Haven Ct Campaign Speech.mp3
    14. Cmc 19621018 Excom Meeting.mp3
    15. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt1.mp3
    16. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt2.mp3
    17. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt3.mp3
    18. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Memoir Entry.mp3
    19. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Phone Calls Various Admin Officials.mp3
    20. Cmc 19621019 Excom Meeting.mp3
    21. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Cleveland Ohio Campaign Speech.mp3
    22. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Conversation With Curtis Lemay.mp3
    23. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Democratic Party Fundraising Dinner.mp3
    24. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Meeting With Joint Chiefs.mp3
    25. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Remarks Dem Precinct Workers Chicago Il.mp3
    26. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Springfield Il Campaign Speech.mp3
    27. Cmc 19621021 Jfk Call To Lucious Clay.mp3
    28. Cmc 19621022 Cbs News Special Report.mp3
    29. Cmc 19621022 Jfk Call To Dean Rusk.mp3
    30. Cmc 19621022 Jfk Call To General Eisenhower.mp3
    31. Cmc 19621022 Jfk National Address On Cuba.mp3
    32. Cmc 19621023 Jfk Call To Roswell Gilpatric.mp3
    33. Cmc 19621023 Radio Havana Broadcast Of American Quarantine.mp3
    34. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With Arthur Sylvester.mp3
    35. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With John J Mccloy.mp3
    36. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With Roswell Gilpatric.mp3
    37. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials.mp3
    38. Cmc 19621024 Walter Cronkite Cbs News Special Report.mp3
    39. Cmc 19621025 Adlai Stevenson Valerian Zorin Debate Cuba.mp3
    40. Cmc 19621026 Don Dechene Kdwb.mp3
    41. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call To Harold Macmillan.mp3
    42. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call To Pierre Salinger.mp3
    43. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call With Dean Rusk And John J Mccloy.mp3
    44. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials.mp3
    45. Cmc 19621026 Pierre Salinger Talks Btwn Kennedy Khrushchev.mp3
    46. Cmc 19621027 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials.mp3
    47. Cmc 19621027 Pierre Salinger Reads Press Stmnt President.mp3
    48. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To General Eisenhower.mp3
    49. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To President Hoover.mp3
    50. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To President Truman.mp3
    51. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt1.mp3
    52. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt2.mp3
    53. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt3.mp3
    54. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt4.mp3
    55. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt5.mp3
    56. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt6.mp3
    57. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt7.mp3
    58. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt8.mp3
    59. Cmc 19621028 Nbc Radio News Update.mp3
    60. Cmc 19621031 Jfk Conversation With Generals.mp3
    61. Cmc 19621102 Jfk Removal Of Soviet Missiles From Cuba.mp3
    62. Cmc 19621102 Jfk Statement Dismantling Missile Bases In Cuba.mp3
    63. Cmc 19621109 Jfk Meeting On Cold War.mp3
    64. Cmc 19621116 Jfk Meeting With Joint Chiefs.mp3
    65. Cmc 19621229 Jfk Cuban Invasion Brigade.mp3
    66. Cmc 19630207 Jfk Cuba Four Months Later.mp3
    67. Cmc 19640000 One Week In October.mp3
    68. Cmc 19650000 RF Kennedy Lessons Learned Cuban Missile Crisis.mp3
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    67 recordings on 1 MP3 Collection Download for just $5.00. Total playtime 12 hours, 10 min
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    1. 67 shows - total playtime 12 hours 10 minutes
    2. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Chester Clifton.mp3
    3. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Dick Helms.mp3
    4. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Larry O’brien.mp3
    5. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Mcgeorge Bundy.mp3
    6. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Robert F Kennedy.mp3
    7. Cmc 19610420 Jfk American Society Of Newspaper Editors.mp3
    8. Cmc 19610421 Jfk 10th Press Conference.mp3
    9. Cmc 19610427 Jfk President And Press.mp3
    10. Cmc 19620929 Jfk Talks Bay Of Pigs.mp3
    11. Cmc 19621016 Excom Meeting.mp3
    12. Cmc 19621017 Jfk Bridgeport Ct Speech.mp3
    13. Cmc 19621017 Jfk New Haven Ct Campaign Speech.mp3
    14. Cmc 19621018 Excom Meeting.mp3
    15. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt1.mp3
    16. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt2.mp3
    17. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt3.mp3
    18. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Memoir Entry.mp3
    19. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Phone Calls Various Admin Officials.mp3
    20. Cmc 19621019 Excom Meeting.mp3
    21. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Cleveland Ohio Campaign Speech.mp3
    22. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Conversation With Curtis Lemay.mp3
    23. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Democratic Party Fundraising Dinner.mp3
    24. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Meeting With Joint Chiefs.mp3
    25. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Remarks Dem Precinct Workers Chicago Il.mp3
    26. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Springfield Il Campaign Speech.mp3
    27. Cmc 19621021 Jfk Call To Lucious Clay.mp3
    28. Cmc 19621022 Cbs News Special Report.mp3
    29. Cmc 19621022 Jfk Call To Dean Rusk.mp3
    30. Cmc 19621022 Jfk Call To General Eisenhower.mp3
    31. Cmc 19621022 Jfk National Address On Cuba.mp3
    32. Cmc 19621023 Jfk Call To Roswell Gilpatric.mp3
    33. Cmc 19621023 Radio Havana Broadcast Of American Quarantine.mp3
    34. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With Arthur Sylvester.mp3
    35. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With John J Mccloy.mp3
    36. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With Roswell Gilpatric.mp3
    37. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials.mp3
    38. Cmc 19621024 Walter Cronkite Cbs News Special Report.mp3
    39. Cmc 19621025 Adlai Stevenson Valerian Zorin Debate Cuba.mp3
    40. Cmc 19621026 Don Dechene Kdwb.mp3
    41. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call To Harold Macmillan.mp3
    42. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call To Pierre Salinger.mp3
    43. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call With Dean Rusk And John J Mccloy.mp3
    44. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials.mp3
    45. Cmc 19621026 Pierre Salinger Talks Btwn Kennedy Khrushchev.mp3
    46. Cmc 19621027 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials.mp3
    47. Cmc 19621027 Pierre Salinger Reads Press Stmnt President.mp3
    48. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To General Eisenhower.mp3
    49. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To President Hoover.mp3
    50. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To President Truman.mp3
    51. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt1.mp3
    52. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt2.mp3
    53. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt3.mp3
    54. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt4.mp3
    55. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt5.mp3
    56. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt6.mp3
    57. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt7.mp3
    58. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt8.mp3
    59. Cmc 19621028 Nbc Radio News Update.mp3
    60. Cmc 19621031 Jfk Conversation With Generals.mp3
    61. Cmc 19621102 Jfk Removal Of Soviet Missiles From Cuba.mp3
    62. Cmc 19621102 Jfk Statement Dismantling Missile Bases In Cuba.mp3
    63. Cmc 19621109 Jfk Meeting On Cold War.mp3
    64. Cmc 19621116 Jfk Meeting With Joint Chiefs.mp3
    65. Cmc 19621229 Jfk Cuban Invasion Brigade.mp3
    66. Cmc 19630207 Jfk Cuba Four Months Later.mp3
    67. Cmc 19640000 One Week In October.mp3
    68. Cmc 19650000 RF Kennedy Lessons Learned Cuban Missile Crisis.mp3
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    67 recordings on 12 Audio CDs. Total playtime 10 hours, 33 min
    67 recordings on 12 Audio CDs
    total playtime 10 hours, 33 min

    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A001

    1. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Chester Clifton
    2. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Dick Helms
    3. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Larry O’brien
    4. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Mcgeorge Bundy
    5. Cmc 19610419 Jfk Call To Robert F Kennedy
    6. Cmc 19610420 Jfk American Society Of Newspaper Editors
    7. Cmc 19610421 Jfk 10th Press Conference

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A002

    1. Cmc 19610427 Jfk President And Press
    2. Cmc 19620929 Jfk Talks Bay Of Pigs
    3. Cmc 19621016 Excom Meeting
    4. Cmc 19621017 Jfk Bridgeport Ct Speech
    5. Cmc 19621017 Jfk New Haven Ct Campaign Speech

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A003

    1. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt1
    2. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt2
    3. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Electronic Ear Pt3
    4. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Memoir Entry
    5. Cmc 19621018 Jfk Phone Calls Various Admin Officials
    6. Cmc 19621019 Excom Meeting

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A004

    1. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Cleveland Ohio Campaign Speech
    2. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Conversation With Curtis Lemay
    3. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Democratic Party Fundraising Dinner

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A005

    1. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Meeting With Joint Chiefs
    2. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Remarks Dem Precinct Workers Chicago Il
    3. Cmc 19621019 Jfk Springfield Il Campaign Speech
    4. Cmc 19621021 Jfk Call To Lucious Clay

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A006

    1. Cmc 19621022 Cbs News Special Report
    2. Cmc 19621022 Jfk Call To Dean Rusk
    3. Cmc 19621022 Jfk Call To General Eisenhower
    4. Cmc 19621022 Jfk National Address On Cuba
    5. Cmc 19621023 Jfk Call To Roswell Gilpatric
    6. Cmc 19621023 Radio Havana Broadcast Of American Quarantine
    7. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With Arthur Sylvester
    8. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With John J Mccloy
    9. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Call With Roswell Gilpatric
    10. Cmc 19621024 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials
    11. Cmc 19621024 Walter Cronkite Cbs News Special Report

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A007

    1. Cmc 19621025 Adlai Stevenson Valerian Zorin Debate Cuba
    2. Cmc 19621026 Don Dechene Kdwb
    3. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call To Harold Macmillan
    4. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call To Pierre Salinger

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A008

    1. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Call With Dean Rusk And John J Mccloy
    2. Cmc 19621026 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials
    3. Cmc 19621026 Pierre Salinger Talks Btwn Kennedy Khrushchev
    4. Cmc 19621027 Jfk Conversation With Administration Officials
    5. Cmc 19621027 Pierre Salinger Reads Press Stmnt President
    6. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To General Eisenhower
    7. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To President Hoover
    8. Cmc 19621028 Jfk Call To President Truman
    9. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt1
    10. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt2
    11. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt3
    12. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt4
    13. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt5
    14. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt6
    15. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt7
    16. Cmc 19621028 John Hughes Cuban Missile Crisis Briefing Pt8

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A009

    1. Cmc 19621028 Nbc Radio News Update
    2. Cmc 19621031 Jfk Conversation With Generals
    3. Cmc 19621102 Jfk Removal Of Soviet Missiles From Cuba
    4. Cmc 19621102 Jfk Statement Dismantling Missile Bases In Cuba

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A010

    1. Cmc 19621109 Jfk Meeting On Cold War

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A011

    1. Cmc 19621116 Jfk Meeting With Joint Chiefs
    2. Cmc 19621229 Jfk Cuban Invasion Brigade
    3. Cmc 19630207 Jfk Cuba Four Months Later

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    Cuban Missile Crisis Disc A012

    1. Cmc 19640000 One Week In October
    2. Cmc 19650000 RF Kennedy Lessons Learned Cuban Missile Crisis

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