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6-4-2: Cuba: Cuban Crisis, 1962: Kennedy-Khrushchev Letters, Etc.

6-4-2: Cuba: Cuban Crisis, 1962: Kennedy-Khrushchev Letters, Etc.
17 October 1962-13 February 1963, undated
288 digital pages
09.
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
RFKAG-217-001
Papers of Robert F. Kennedy. Attorney General Papers. Attorney General’s Confidential File. 6-4-2: Cuba: Cuban Crisis, 1962: Kennedy-Khrushchev Letters, Etc.
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