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The Cuban Missile Crisis
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In this Bytes video learn about what was the Cuban Missile Crisis all about and what led to this 13 day military stand off.

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Plz cover the whole quantum...plzz
Uma Bansal
7 months ago
ohk g
Make it one on nifty, sensex. It is one hell of confusing topic.
since tomorrow is eid ...plz.cover the importance and behind the screen history of.it.
mam, I know to more about ussr... its splitting.... if you can make a video then it would be beneficial... thanks mam...
please make video on Meditation
Unacademy Bytes
9 months ago
hi Ayush, it's already there in the previous parts of Bytes
Ayush SAURABH
9 months ago
ok thanks. I'll check
Ayush SAURABH
9 months ago
ok thanks. I'll check
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mam which treaties were signed .....by web search one was ltbt and other ?? thanks for the video mam.please answer my query
  1. October 1912,


  2. October 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis


  3. United States of America Cuba


  4. United States of America Bay of Pigs Cuba


  5. This attempt from the U.S the USSR urged Cuba to seek help from


  6. 2200 NM Seattle Fantisce ATLANTIC OCEAN By the time the U.S got to know what is happening around, the missiles were already in place in Cuba. Cine Las Angeles UNITED TATES 1020 NM 0 NM NE KICO CUBA NTO HONDURAS b bean GUAT EL SAL CANA COSTA PANAN PACIFIC OCEAN TOP SECRIT


  7. Soviet leader Nikita kruschchev agreed to secretly deploy nuclear missiles in Cuba to protect it and also to counteract the US missile threat from Italy and Turkey 2200 NM Seattle Fantisce ATLANTIC OCEAN Cine Las Angeles UNITED TATES 1020 NM 0 NM NE KICO CUBA NTO HONDURAS b bean GUAT EL SAL CANA ZON COSTA Nikita Krushchev PANAN PACIFIC OCEAN TOP SECRIT


  8. President Kennedy was briefed about the situation on October 16, and he immediately called together a group of advisors and officials known as the executive committee. .


  9. Rennedy dtmately declded to employ the U.S. Navy to estabisn a blockade, or , of the island to prevent the Soviets from delivering additional missiles and military equipment to Cuba.


  10. But a naval blockade was considered an ACT of War and the Soviets didn't quite like this step


  11. United States of America the U.S. demanded was removal of the missiles from Cuba, SAN CRISTOBAL MRBM SITES GUANAJAY IREM SITES SAGUA LA GRAN MRBM SITES (D REMEDIOS IRBM SITE


  12. On October 26, Khrushchev sent a message to Kennedy in which he offered to remove the Cuban missiles in exchange for a promise by U.S. leaders that they should not invade Cuba.