October 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis
United States of America Cuba
United States of America Bay of Pigs Cuba
This attempt from the U.S the USSR urged Cuba to seek help from
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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. .
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.
But a naval blockade was considered an ACT of War and the Soviets didn't quite like this step
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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.