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Jennifer Donnelly
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Revolution

Summary: Essay discusses the Cuban Missile Crisis movie.
October of 1962 brought 13 of the most nerve-racking, brain- ranking days in the history of the United States of America. The world was on the brink of nuclear war, and the fate of countries around the world was in the hands of two nations; The United States of America and the Soviet Union. The Cuban Missile Crisis marked the climax of a mounting hostility between the Soviet Union and the United States. The Soviets were falling behind in a military arms race. Consequently, they began to move nuclear missiles into Cuba, for fear of an American invasion. It started on October 14, 1962. High altitude surveillance photographs were taken by American U-2 planes, these pictures unlocked one of the most urgent and demanding affairs of American president John F. Kennedy's time in office. These pictures revealed nightmares, they exposed the beginnings of a Soviet medium-range ballistic missile bases near San Cristobal, Cuba...

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