The Berlin Crisis of 1961 (4 June – 9 November 1961) was the last major politico-
military European incident of the Cold War about the occupational status of the ...
The Berlin Crisis, 1958–1961. On November 10, 1958, Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev delivered a speech in which he demanded that the Western powers
At the end of World War II Berlin, former capital of the Third Reich, was a divided
city in a divided country. The wartime Allies--the United States, Great Britain, ...
The 1961 Berlin Crisis Some New Insights. By Neil Carmichael and Brewer
Thompson. Larger Version. A Department of State memorandum of April 13,
Sep 11, 2014 ... Cold War conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States concerning the
status of the divided German city of Berlin. It culminated in the ...
The Berlin crisis involved a controversy so bitter and so sustained that at its
height world leaders feared that a misstep could trigger a nuclear war. The crisis
East German Relations and the Berlin Crisis, 1958-61”. #6 Vladislav M. Zubok, “
Khrushchev and the Berlin Crisis (1958-62)”. #7 Mark Bradley and Robert K.
In this Revision Bite you will learn about the causes of the Berlin Blockade crisis
of 1948 - how Stalin was eventually forced to abandon the plan that could have ...
May 7, 2011 ... Berlin Crisis. During the 1950s a steady outflow of refugees from the Soviet
occupation zone to the West consisted primarily of young people of ...
May 25, 2013 ... This documentary presents the role of U.S. Army in Berlin from VE Day (Victory in
... The U.S.S.R. provoked the Berlin Crisis with an ultimatum ...