How did the Cuban Missile Crisis start?


The Cuban Missile Crisis occurred when the Soviet Union secretly put nuclear missiles on the island of Cuba. The missiles were discovered by routine spy-plane surveillance that the Soviet Union was building surface-to-air missile (SAM) launch sites. This nearly started a nuclear war between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
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In 1962, the Soviet Union began placing missiles on Cuban soil in response to
Answer The Cuban Missile Crisis was a confrontation during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States regarding the Soviet deployment of nuclear missiles in Cuba.
1. Cuba was a Soviet client state. After Fidel Castro seized power in 1959, he openly declared his Communist affiliations and invited aid from the Soviet Union (since the U.S. had
Soviets put SRBM and IRBM rockets in Cuba and the US Discovered them. It ended after the Kennedy Administration, behind closed doors, agreed to remove our Jupiter missiles from Turkey
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The Cuban Missile Crisis started as a result of the Cold War, a time when the world came closest to annihilating itself. It was caused by superpower tension between Russia and America. On 14 October 1962 an American spy-plane took pictures of a nuclear missile base being built on Cuba.
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