Last Updated: Jan 10, 2013
- 1962 - Cuban Missile Crisis
From the Web site of the U.S. Navy Destroyer "Mullinnix" (DD 944) which participated in the "naval quarantine" of Cuba.
- 32nd Guards Air Fighter Regiment in Cuba (1962-1963)
Translation from a book on a Soviet Air Force unit stationed in Cuba. Includes interviews of participants.
- 50 years ago since the start of the Cuban Missile Crisis
Introduction to the crisis and as well as a guide on using ProQuest's National Security Archive database for researching the topic.
- CIA Documents on the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
- Cold War International History Project Digital Archive: Cuban Missile Crisis
This is a collection of primary source documents concerning the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962--a major confrontation...over the presence of Soviet missiles in Cuba. The documents date from 1962 to 1968. They are mainly from Soviet archives (translated into English) and range from diagrams to memorandums, cables/telegrams, minutes of conversations, and notes."
- Cuban Missile Crisis (Yale University's Avalon Project)
Extensive collection of U.S. government documents from the period, including list of key players, glossary of abbreviations, and sources.
- Cuban Missile Crisis Bibliography
From the Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues.
- Cuban Missile Crisis from NuclearFiles.org
- Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
Produced by the Naval History and Heritage Command, this site focuses on the U.S. Navy's role in the crisis.
- Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962:The 40th Anniversary
Produced by the National Security Archive, this site contains "press releases, selected documents, photographs, audio clips and other material from the historic conference in Havana."
- Cuban Missile Crisis: From the JFK Library
From the Library's "JFK in History" site.
- Cuban Missile Crisis: Thirteen Days and History
Produced by Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs in cooperation with the producers of "Thirteen Days." Its objective is to help movie viewers and others to explore historical facts of the Cuban Missile Crisis and analyze nuclear danger today.
- Documents Relating to American Foreign Policy: Cuban Missile Crisis
Selected by Mt. Holyoke College's International Relations Program.
- John F Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Scholarly essay on the BBC's Cold War History site.
- No Time to Talk: The Cuban Missile Crisis,
Site done by Carl A. Young, a National Guard officer with a Master's in History from George Mason University. Includes a chronology, selective primary sources, and a bibliography.
- World on the Brink:John F. Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Online exhibit produced by the JFK Presidential Library and Museum. Includes primary sources.