The Cuban Missile Crisis. (1992)

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Reel №1 The Cuban Missile Crisis

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Televised U.S. President Kennedy on October 22, 1962

Abandoned bunker Soviet nuclear installations in Cuba.

Synchronous interview R.Maknamara (U.S. Defense), D.Uilson, O.Troyanovsky (assistant Nikita Khrushchev), General A.Gribkov, Major A.Burlov Senator K.Kiting, Senator Goldwater - Speech in the Senate, Arthur Lundahl - Head photoreconnaissance CIA, Dean Rusk, Roger Hilsman - intelligence chief, U.S. Department of State, General U.Smit - Command U.S. Army, D. Shelton - Captain, U.S. Army, D.Makkartni - U.S. Air Force Colonel, Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin, Paul Nitze , an employee of the Soviet Embassy G.Kornienko Captain I.Sepelev (merchant navy), Major E. Daniel, Peter Hong - Lt.

USAF E.Stivenson - U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Soviet television news editor Yury Fokin.

In the ocean, the ship on which arrived Soviet missiles in Cuba - The view from the helicopter.

1962: The arrival of Soviet technicians to Cuba.

Babi Yar - build nuclear weapons, rocket launchers.

American Chronicle: John F. Kennedy in his office, views overlooking the White House to the U.S. flag, American military doctrine: take-off aircraft, the discovery of Soviet missiles, study maps made by the spacecraft.

Photographic maps of the area with the application of special characters, where hidden Soviet missiles tracked by the CIA.

Kennedy's report on the situation of Soviet missiles.

The chronicle of the U.S. Army training for an attack on Cuba - a military base, the aircraft on the runway, loading missiles installation, landing troops, panoramic shot from a helicopter to a U.S. military base.

U.S. pilots circled the ships that followed the missiles in Cuba.

Chronicle of a meeting of the Soviet ambassador AA Gromyko with President John F. Kennedy in the U.S..

The American press - selling newspapers, magazines, the military read the news with headlines of national emergency.

Kennedy's television appearance before the Americans, in which he talks about the missiles deployed in Cuba.

Newsreel: Khrushchev's speech.

Fidel Castro meets with people, the Cuban armed forces - the militarization - tanks, military aircraft installation.

Speech of people of different countries in support of Cuba.

Discussion of the problem of missiles in the UN (Valerian Zorin) controversy between the Soviet and U.S. representatives.

American Fever (a "witch hunt") - Americans "sweep" from store shelves products to stock up on in case of nuclear war.

New York, Wall Street: building, bank officials.

Fragments of propaganda cartoons created by the Committee of Civil Defense.

Preparing American students in the event announcement danger signal - students are hiding under the desk, in the street, young people fall to the ground, a teacher at the blackboard tells students about the possible kinds of bombs.

The chronicle of the U.S. military bases and the Soviet Union - full combat readiness - airports, aimed at enemy missiles, radar.

Khrushchev's son interview - Sergei.

Soviet ships, the following takes place in Cuba back.

Interview A. Adzhubei - Khrushchev in-law, John F. Kennedy adviser - Sorensen.

U.S. aircraft trespass and fly over Cuban territory.

Interview of the Vice missile system in Cuba, General Titov.

Newsreel: A Soviet missile shoots down an American reconnaissance plane that cruised over Cuba.

Wreckage, view on American ships of the Navy, training of air force.

Installation of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba.

Gromyko, surrounded by reporters to be out of his office in the car.

The return home of American military - they meet relatives - jubilation at the resolution of the situation.

Castro indignation over the fact that the Soviets did not reported on the end of the crisis and the dismantling of missiles. U.S. aircraft shall ensure that the export of ships for the Soviet missiles from Cuba.

Nikita Khrushchev speech that will continue to help the Cuban people to build a better future.

Signing of the first treaty limiting nuclear testing.

President John F. Kennedy's funeral ceremony.

Footage of Nikita Khrushchev in the country after the offset.

Cuba: Fidel Castro speaking at the congress, the parade of the military - military bikes.

Havana - people, cars, residential neighborhoods.


Kennedi D.
Hruschev N.S.
Gromiko A.A.
Kastro F.


1992 1962-1963



Foreign policy