|Other titles||Making of a missile crisis, October 1962|
|Statement||Benjamin S. Lambeth.|
|Series||Paper / Rand -- P-5700, P (Rand Corporation) -- P-5700.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
The Making of a Missile Crisis: October By Herbert S. Dinerstein. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Pp. $) - Volume 72 Issue 1 - Joseph L. Nogee. The reviewer finds that this book illuminates--in unprecedented detail--the relationship between Moscow's Cuban policy and the ultimate Soviet missile decision, offers important new insights into the timing of the decision, and provides a fascinating speculative discussion of possible Soviet internal factional infighting over alternative strategies once the venture broke down into a confrontation of . Review of Herbert S. Dinerstein, "The Making of a Missile Crisis, October " (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, ) Author: Benjamin S Lambeth ; Rand Corporation. The Making of a Missile Crisis: October By Herbert S. Dinerstein. pp, Johns Hopkins University Press, Purchase. Professor Dinerstein proves once again that a fresh approach can draw new and important insights from an already well-examined historical episode. In particular, he examines in detail the developments leading up to the missile crisis-the Guatemalan crisis of , .
Dinerstein, Herbert S. , The making of a missile crisis, October / Herbert S. Dinerstein Johns Hopkins Press Baltimore Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Cuba was also virtually absent from the early scholarship on the Cuban missile crisis. In the fifteen years that followed the crisis, the only scholar who devoted significant attention to the Cuban role was Herbert S. Dinerstein in The Making of a Missile Crisis, October (Baltimore, ). But the Cuban government played virtually no role in the most influential book on the missile crisis Cited by: 8. Cuban role was Herbert S. Dinerstein in The Making of a Missile Crisis, October i62 (Baltimore, ). But the Cuban government played virtually no role in the most influential book on the missile crisis published in the United States, Graham Allison's Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis (Boston, ). Semantic Scholar extracted view of "The Cuban Missile Crisis: Was Kennedy's Way the Best Way?" by Lisa Anne Erb. Semantic Scholar extracted view of "The Cuban Missile Crisis: Was Kennedy's Way the Best Way?" by Lisa Anne Erb Missiles of October A Review of Issues and References. (Guide to Historical Issues Series: No.2) (Claremont.
The Cuban Missile Crisis The Cuban Missile Crisis in was a real showdown between the United States and the Soviet Union, standing on the verge of a nuclear world war because ofthe Soviets’ settlement of missile sites in Cuba. The Cuban Missile Crisis: The Essential Reference Guide (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, ). The Tech Online Edition 48 (Friday, Octo ) October Author: Priscilla Roberts. Abstract. The Cuban missile crisis may be the most studied confrontation in our history. Yet until recently, Cuba has been left out of the Cuban missile crisis. 1 The traditional view focused attention on the fabled 13 days in October , from the time President John F. Kennedy learned that the Soviets were constructing sites for intermediate-range ballistic missiles in Cuba, until Chairman Author: Philip Brenner. The Making of a Missile Crisis: October [Dinerstein, Professor Herbert Samuel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Making of a Missile Crisis Cited by: