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Final Review... What was the effect of the Cuban missile crisis in the relationship between the US and USSR?
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Cuban Missile Crisis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_Missile_Crisis Wikipedia The Cuban Missile Crisis, also known as the October Crisis (Spanish: Crisis de ... The negotiations between the United States and the Soviet Union pointed out the ..... The EXCOMM then discussed the effect on the strategic balance of power, both ...... This caused Cuban–Soviet relations to deteriorate for years to come.
anonymous
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So basically as a result, the relationship was strained and basically ended
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your filling out a U.S. history final review? @bootenc
anonymous
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I believe so
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Im on flvs us history so I've done this assignment already...
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Here you go: The Cuban Missile crisis was a key point in the Cold War between the two main superpowers, Russia (then the USSR) and the United States. Even though the situation was defused by Russia's withdrawal of missiles from Cuba following a secret deal between Kennedy and Khrushchev, the crisis led to the realization of how these superpowers almost came to nuclear war. To prevent any such future situation, a direct communication line between Moscow and Washington DC was established (Moscow-Washington Hotline). This incident also led to the continued existence of communism in Cuba, although with non-friendly future relations with Russia. The US and USSR avoided direct military conflicts and started proxy wars through local governments or warlords across the world. Some examples of proxy warfare include the Iraq-Iran conflict, North-South Korea and Afghanistan.
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ummmm yea I do..lol
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What?
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What are three lasting effects of the Vietnam War on Americans?
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Lasting for 20 years (1955-1975), the Vietnam war, as bloody as any other wars, took away more than 2 millions lives, in which many of them were civilians. 3 millions were wounded, and hundreds of thousands of children were left orphans. The war ruined both North and South Vietnam. Between 1965 and 1973, the U.S. Air forces dropped around 8 millions ton of bombs in Vietnam. Basic infrastructure in the North was devastated especially after Operation Linebacker II lasting from 18 to 29 in December 1972. In the South, the U.S. forces had used around 20 million gallons of herbicides from 1962 to 1971 especially in the North of Saigon and along the borders with Laos and Cambodia to reduce the dense jungle foliage that might conceal the Viet Cong (National Liberation Front) as well as to destroy crops that the enemy might use for subsistence. In 1969, around 1,034,300 hectares of forest was destroyed. “Agent Orange“, one of major herbicides used, has left a serious ecological and human impact on Vietnamese people’s lives. Today there are still many children in Vietnam growing up with various diseases and disabilities affected by the harmful chemicals carried out in the war.
anonymous
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So 1. Many lives were lost 2. bad environmental effects 3. ...ummmm idk
anonymous
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1. Many lives were lost 2. Many kids were left orphans because of the bombings 3. bad chemical events happened and are still in affect today
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yes lol
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Its so hard finding answers to a review on an online textbook! it takes forever!
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Are you doing this for FLVS?
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