The Cuban Missile Crisis Letitia Lee and Pritha Sordi (9G) BEGINSlide 2
Bay of Pigs NextSlide 3
Cuba furnished with arms After the Bay of Pigs disaster, Soviet arms overflowed into Cuba. The Soviet Union freely declared that it was supplying Cuba with arms in May 1962. By September, Cuba had a huge number of Soviet radar vans, rocket erectors, fly planes, stream warriors, tanks, and watch water crafts, and additionally 5000 Soviet experts to keep up the weapons. NextSlide 4
So close America? While ordinary arms were being supplied to Cuba, an island nearby to the USA, the Americans viewed with awesome caution, the question being whether the USSR would set out put atomic rockets on Cuba. On 11 September, Kennedy cautioned the USSR, and around the same time, the USSR guaranteed the USA that they had no goal of setting atomic rockets on Cuba. NextSlide 5
BUT… On Sunday, 14 October 1962, an American U-2 spy plane was sent to Cuba, flying over and taking amazingly definite photos of rocket destinations in Cuba. It was clear to all US military specialists that these were atomic rocket locales, and that they were being worked by the USSR. Throughout the following few days, it was affirmed that a few locales were at that point supplied with rockets, and 20 Soviet boats conveying rockets were likewise while in transit to Cuba. NextSlide 6
Nuclear dispatch destinations in Cuba, 1962 NextSlide 7
What ought to America do? As both the USA and USSR were currently possessing numerous atomic weapons, Kennedy had five primary options, set forward by his counsels. What would it be a good idea for him to do? Tap on each of the decisions for the advantages and disadvantages of every decision. Do nothing Surgical assault Invasion Diplomatic weights BlockadeSlide 8
Do nothing CONS The USSR had lied about the rockets in Cuba, and Kennedy had as of now issued a notice to the USSR Doing nothing could be, and would be, deciphered as an indication of shortcoming by different nations PROS The Americans realized that their atomic power was much more prominent than the Soviet Union The USA could in any case demolish the USSR, and the USSR knew this, implying the USSR could never utilize the rockets The greatest peril to world peace would be to blow up to the revelation of the rockets on Cuba Back Confirm this decisionSlide 9
Attack from air NextSlide 10
Surgical air assault CONS The devastation of the considerable number of locales couldn\'t be ensured, and if even one and only site was left undamaged, the USSR would have the capacity to dispatch a counterattack against the USA The assault would murder Soviet troopers, making the Soviet Union strike back on the double The assault would be seen as indecent PROS It would obliterate the rockets on Cuba before they were prepared to use Back Confirm this decisionSlide 11
All-out intrusion via air and ocean NextSlide 12
Invasion PROS A hard and fast intrusion of Cuba by both air and ocean would dispose of both the rockets and Castro The American powers were at that point prepared and accessible to do the attack CONS The USSR would either react instantly to secure Cuba, or would react inside the Soviet range of prominence, with a conceivable assume control of Berlin Back Confirm this decisionSlide 13
United Nations meeting to talk about Cuba NextSlide 14
Diplomatic weights PROS By getting the United Nations or different nations to intercede, or arrange, it would maintain a strategic distance from struggle CONS If the USA was compelled to down, it would be translated as an indication of shortcoming by different nations Back Confirm this decisionSlide 15
American barricade NextSlide 16
Blockade CONS A bar would not take care of the primary issue as the rockets were at that point on Cuba, and could be utilized inside one week The USSR may counter by barring Berlin, as it had effectively done as such before in 1948 PROS Banning the Soviet Union from acquiring any further military supplies to Cuba by utilizing the US naval force to stop and inquiry Soviet boats would demonstrate that the USA was not kidding, without utilizing an immediate demonstration of war Blockading the Soviet boats going to Cuba would put the weight on Khrushchev If this choice did not work out, despite the fact that the USA had a solid naval force, they could in any case take different alternatives Back Confirm this decisionSlide 17
Weak America The USSR have not utilized the rockets, but rather America is currently observed as a frail nation, and Kennedy is seen as a sucker, and America is along these lines more defenseless. NextSlide 18
Soviet Retaliation It was unavoidable that no less than one of the atomic bases would be missed. Be that as it may, America now needs to confront the results of its activities. The Soviet Union counter immediately as America\'s assault without guidance ahead of time is seen as unethical, and this might be the earliest reference point of World War III. NextSlide 19
Defense and striking back The USSR react instantly to the hard and fast intrusion on Cuba, to ensure it, furthermore assume control Berlin. Various lives are lost on both sides. Both the USSR and USA are still possessing atomic rockets, and are prepared to flame them at each other. Ought to the USA fire? Tap on each of the decisions for the upsides and downsides of every decision. No YesSlide 20
PROS The potential World War is maintained a strategic distance from for the present. Neither America, the Soviet Union, nor different nations are lessened to nothing by atomic rockets. CONS The USSR may see the USA doing nothing about it (not discharging their weapons) as a frail thing to do. The USA don\'t shoot Back Confirm this decisionSlide 21
PROS This will demonstrate the Soviet Union the furthest points that the USA will go to keeping in mind the end goal to have the USSR expel the atomic weapons from Cuba, and may debilitate the USSR. CONS World War III can never again be maintained a strategic distance from. Numerous blameless lives are taken, and numerous once vivacious spots demolished. The USSR will probably counter by terminating their own particular rockets even before the American atomic rockets have achieved the USSR, creating additional harm. The USA shoot Back Confirm this decisionSlide 22
World War III maintained a strategic distance from World War III is stayed away from as the atomic weapons are not discharged, and there is no mass misuse of life, time, and exertion. Notwithstanding, lives are as yet being lost as a result of the assume control of Berlin, and the first attack of Cuba. NextSlide 23
All is lost All trust is lost, as are various measures of lives, when the USA press the catches and fire their atomic rockets at the USSR. The two nations, America and the Soviet Union, will soon be decreased to nothing, and different nations will get included, making this World War III. NextSlide 24
The United Nations As an all around regarded part, your decision will have a lot of effect for America. Your decision will impact that of numerous others. The United Nations can either intercede or arrange, or compel the USA to down. What is your decision? Tap on each of the decisions for the upsides and downsides of every decision. Mediate Back downSlide 25
PROS Can maintain a strategic distance from strife. There might be not any more unnecessary loss of lives. CONS The United Nations\' mediation could outrage the USSR. If intercession and arrangement are not a win, more lives might be lost. Mediate Back Confirm this decisionSlide 26
PROS Conflict could be maintained a strategic distance from. USSR would not be incensed. No further lives would be lost. CONS The USA would be seen as a feeble nation as being compelled to down would be translated as an indication of shortcoming by different nations. Withdraw Back Confirm this decisionSlide 27
Angered USSR The intercession has irritated the USSR, and more blameless lives are gone to waste, and lost. As the USSR USA still have atomic weapons in their ownership, and the Soviet Union is incensed, there may in any case be a shot of an atomic war. NextSlide 28
No misfortune By driving the USA to down, the USSR has not been irritated, and are in this way not liable to unleash their atomic rockets, and while the United Nations has control over the USA, their rockets won\'t be utilized either. Struggle has been maintained a strategic distance from. NextSlide 29
Still progressing The US Navy have barricaded Cuba, presented around the island on inquiry any boats going in or out from Cuba, guaranteeing that no military supplies will achieve Cuba. Nonetheless, despite the fact that the weight is currently on Krushchev, Soviet boats conveying military supplies, as yet progressing to Cuba, are spotted. NextSlide 30
Soviet boats America now has yet another choice to make. America can either expect that Krushchev is overlooking the barricade, and endeavoring to get the military supplies through all the same, or that message has not headed out to the boats yet, and they are soon to turn back. In the event that it is chosen that Krushchev is deliberately disregarding the bar, activity will must be taken. Tap on each of the decisions for the advantages and disadvantages of every decision. Overlooking Turning backSlide 31
PROS America may utilize Krushchev\'s numbness as a point in their edgy advancement of Capitalism. CONS More lives might be lost because of the moves to be made against Krushchev and the propelling Soviet boats. Overlooking Back Confirm this decisionSlide 32
PROS If the Soviet boats get the message to turn back, all contention will be stayed away from. CONS It is a hazard to trust that the Soviet boats will turn back as the USSR had once lied about the rockets on Cuba. Turning Back Confirm this decisionSlide 33
Action By choosing that Krushchev is deliberately disregarding the barricade, nations now consider Kennedy to be a weakling, and America as feeble. In making a move to keep Krushchev from disregarding the barricade, more lives are lost. NextSlide 34
Turning point The Soviet boats have in fact turned back after much patient tending to the part of the Americans, and the atomic rocket locales on Cuba were later destroyed and taken away. World War III has been maintained a strategic distance from, thus has encourage death toll, and exercise in futility. NextSlide 35
CONGRATULATIONS You have effectively kept away from all contention, and war all through the emergency of rockets, that had a place with the Communis
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