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"A BRILLIANT, REVEALING PORTRAIT OF THE JFK WHITE HOUSE AFTER THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS!",
This review is from: The Fourteenth Day: JFK and the Aftermath of the Cuban Missile Crisis: The Secret White House Tapes (Hardcover)
Historian, David G. Coleman delivers an informative, concise narrative of the Oval Office in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis, using JFK's secret White House Tapes. According to investigating reports in 1962, it was supposed to be the end of the Cuban Missile Crisis. However, JFK's secret White House tapes revealed shocking news that in fact nuclear missiles were still in Cuba, along with short-range missiles, nuclear bombers and thousands of Soviet Troops. At that time, it was reported that JFK was forced to act quickly, and work hard to get nuclear weapons out of Cuba, while avoiding confrontation and combat. The author presents insightful, reporting facts on new material used from the tapes as he portrays the inside scenes from astonishing moments that marked American history. Coleman presents detailed information through extensive research as a portrait is painted of the JFK White House, after the Cuban Missile Crisis. Intelligent, Interesting from beginning to end, and Highly Recommended to history lovers!
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Initial post: Oct 19, 2012 9:45:53 AM PDT
this review is not very helpful; its almost like something you'd read on the inside jacket. Can you offer any details ? Thanks.
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