Divine, Robert A. The Cuban Missile Crisis. New York: Markus Weiner
This book written by Robert Divine is an historical overview of the most important events, causes, and the consequences after and during Cuban Missile Crisis revolution of 1962 This author provides a concise but not oversimplified review of the many complicated aspects of this affair; wich brought the world to the age of nuclear war. This book helps me to have a better point of view about all Cuban Missile Crisis revolution of 1962 including some Cuban points of view and also American points of view, wich are very important to have a better understanding of this big event.
Garthoff, Raymond L. "Reflections on the Cuban Missile Crisis".
Washington D.C.: The Brookings , 1989.
In this book Garthoff has revised earlier analysis to make the most accurate, eye-opening story yet of the 1962 crisis. This book focuses in the nature of the crisis, its consequences and its lessons for the future, It provides a combination of memoir, historical analysis and political interpretation, and also it gives particular attention to the aftermath of the crisis. This helps me to solve how this war happened and how it affected the world.
Laurence Chang, Peter Kornbluh. The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962. New
York: The New Press, 1992.
In this book written by Chang and Kornbluh, are released documents reveal just how dangerously close the world came to nuclear destruction in 1962 and also provides me the official correspondence between John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev and Fidel Castro. It focuses on the political decisions between countries and how they controlled this crisis. This book would help to understand the political problems and the relationships between these countries.
James G. Blight, Bruce J. Allyn and David A. Welch. Cuba in the brink. New
york: Pantheon Books, 1993.
This book is an analysis of...