Cuban Missile Crisis

President John F. Kennedy, right, confers with his brother, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, at the White House in this Oct.1, 1962, file photo during the Cuban missile crisis. At the most dangerous moment, 1962's Cuban missile crisis, "we avoided nuclear war solely, solely because we were lucky," said former Defesnse Secretary Robert McNamera.
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( AP Photo/File / August 21, 2012 )

President John F. Kennedy, right, confers with his brother, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, at the White House in this Oct.1, 1962, file photo during the Cuban missile crisis. At the most dangerous moment, 1962's Cuban missile crisis, "we avoided nuclear war solely, solely because we were lucky," said former Defesnse Secretary Robert McNamera.

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