Kennedy demanded that the Missiles be removed and Krushchev finally agreed to remove them in return for US not to reinvade Cuba

Kennedy demanded that the Missiles be removed and Krushchev finally agreed to remove them in return for US not to reinvade Cuba(cold war). Krushchev still wanted to strike force and use whatever resources that were needed. His decision made a major escalation(cold war). Krushchev

ordered the construction of the Berlin Wall to stop the flood of East Germans into West Germany(cold war). Kennedy and the vice president had pledged to have a tough stance against the soviet union. Kennedy warned the soviets, and criticized the Eisenhower administration for having a pro soviet government in Cuba. The cold war and the nuclear arms race with the soviet union through his political career(cold war). At the American university, Kennedy spoke how the cold war and myths are called for peace to make the world safe diversity(cold war). John F. Kennedy had sent 500 special forces to assist the government of Vietnam, then the president sent an additional 12,000 military advisers to assist the South Vietnamese army(cold war). “The military commitment in Vietnam grew, JFK told an interviewer, “In the final analysis, it is their war. They are the ones who have to win it or lose it. We can help them, we can give them equipment, we can send our men out there as advisers, but they have to win it—the people of Vietnam against the Communists(cold war). Our nation and the world can be proud and eternally grateful for Mr. Kennedy’s wise and reasonable to the soviets belligerent affront. Strength and determination and a figurative stare were clearly conveyed to the soviets in the missile crisis speech. This strength of character , embodied in Mr. Kennedy and within the brave history of the United States and it’s people, should have already been evident to all those who heard the inaugural address.

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President Kennedy out a specific, picture of the threat that faced the United States and the world when he simply described the Soviet Nuclear Missile threat in the neighboring country of Cuba. He proclaimed our unfaltering commitment toward national security and freedom when he said “pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty(cold war)”. The Soviets Cuban invasion was a threat of the highest order to liberty and freedom.