JFK: The Cuban Missile Crisis Sounds & Video
From one of Kennedy's secretly recorded ExCom meeting on Soviet missiles in Cuba, where JFK muses on the lack of difference in distance regarding nuclear missiles.
RealAudio of the historic Cuban Missile Crisis address, delivered to the Nation at 8 PM.
From the above, the beginning of his speech.
From the same as the above: "Good evening, my fellow citizens."
From the same as the above, JFK announces that ships with offensive weapons will be turned back from Cuba & that any Soviet missile attack from Cuba would be considered an attack on the U.S..
From the same as the above, JFK announces that any Soviet missile attack from Cuba would be considered an attack on the U.S..
From the same as the above, JFK calls upon Khrushchev to remove Soviet missiles from Cuba, to cease its quest for world domination, to avert war and to end the arms race.
The conclusion of the above Address to the Nation.
JFK promises a mere month before the Cuban Missile Crisis that the U.S. "will do whatever must be done to protect its own security and that of its allies.".