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Dobbs does an excellent job in both his research of the event, as well as the storytelling aspect.
The new book, "One Minute to Midnight" by Michael Dobbs is a masterfully written account of the Cuban missile Crisis in October 1962.
The personalities of leaders, and the way they listen or ignore their advisers can actually make a huge difference in the outcome.
Great writing and great book. It arrived as scheduled and in the condition advertised.Published 20 days ago by Ron Heard
The content of this book is excellent. If you purchase the Kindle version, be prepared to find at least one typo every five pages. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff
It is great to read now that relations are iimproving with Cuba. If you are ol enough t remember this time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jim
Great journalism and meticulous research. The best I have read so far. Thank god Kennedy didn't let Curtis LeMay and Paul Nitze lead him down the path to a nuclear catastrophe. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hartru Slide
As a sailor that was stationed at he US Naval Base at Guantanamo, we were pretty much left in the dark as to what was going on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by William R. Griffiths
The Cuban Missile Crisis has lived in folklore for 50 years. Largely with the availability of declassified documents and considerable investigation, Dobbs presents the struggles... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dave Schan
This is an outstanding book. It clears the air and demolishes the myths about the most dangerous 13 days in the history of the world.Published 4 months ago by richard harris