Did Stalin’s Leadership Benefit the Soviet Union?
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin ruled the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s till his death in 1953. After his death, arguments and debates emerged over whether his policies helped the advancement of the Soviet Union at all.
Thirteen Days on the Brink of War: The Cuban Missile Crisis
On the morning of October 14, Major Richard Heyser entered the Cuban airspace in a U-2, the preferred reconnaissance plane of the United States Air Force (USAF) during the Cold War, for a routine surveillance run over Cuba.