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The Cuban Missile Crisis: Considering Its Place in Cold War History

In 19 short video clips, ranging in length from 58 seconds to three and a half minutes, scholars Jim Blight, janet Lang, and Sergei Khrushchev examine the events that led up to the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Crisis itself, and the personalities involved. Intended to accompany the Choices Program's curriculum The Cuban Missile Crisis: Considering Its Place in Cold War History, these clips may still be used independently.

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