Cold War (TV Series) Ep.10 - Cuba - Supporting Worksheet

Cold War (TV Series) Ep.10 - Cuba - Supporting Worksheet
Cold War (TV Series) Ep.10 - Cuba - Supporting Worksheet
Cold War (TV Series) Ep.10 - Cuba - Supporting Worksheet
Cold War (TV Series) Ep.10 - Cuba - Supporting Worksheet
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Cold War (TV Series) Ep.10 - Cuba - Supporting Worksheet for the BBC / CNN co-production, narrated by Kenneth Brannagh - Written as a extension / enrichment and independent learning task

Fidel Castro comes to power following the Cuban Revolution. Cuba aligns itself with the Soviet Union and the government starts nationalizing American interests, resulting in the United States imposing an economic boycott, and the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion. Following the detection of Soviet medium range missiles stationed in Cuba, the United States imposes a blockade on the island, and the Soviet Union mobilizes for war. The Cuban Missile Crisis is eventually resolved through secret negotiations, in which the United States and the USSR agree to withdraw missiles from Cuba and Turkey respectively. Interviewees include Fidel Castro, Walter Cronkite, Pierre Salinger and Theodore Sorensen. The pre-credits scene has interviews of Fidel Castro, Robert McNamara and Anatoly Dobrynin explaining how close they felt the world was to a nuclear holocaust.

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50 minutes
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