Which accurately describes an aspect of the cuban missile crisis? a) Relations

Which accurately describes an aspect of the cuban missile crisis? a) Relations between the United states and the soviet union improved afterward b) Cuban dictator batista was overthrown c) The united states shot down soviet spy planes in the caribbean d) They bay of pigs invasion finally ended the standoff

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Solution 1

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Answer:

c) The united states shot down soviet spy planes in the caribbean

Explanation:

An American U-2 WAS shot down over CUBA by a Soviet-manufactured SAM rocket and the pilot murdered, not over the USSR. An American U-2 DID interfere with Soviet airspace, off base on an air-testing mission, yet Soviet contenders were requested NOT to flame on it-simply send it home. When Kennedy made a deal to avoid attacking Cuba amid the emergency or a short time later if the rockets were expelled under UN supervision, relations would ease, yet the danger would stay until the Cold War was authoritatively pronounced over.

Solution 2

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The answer to this question is C

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