Operation Overflight: A Memoir of the U-2 Incident by Francis Gary Powers with Curt Gentry.
The exhilaration that we felt that day equates to the intellectual and emotional stimulation that people will experience when they read Operation Overflight: A Memoir of the U-2 Incident.
Two weeks later, Khrushchev used the U-2 incident and Ike's refusal to apologize to dynamite the Paris summit and the gauzy Spirit of Camp David that had come out of his ten-day visit to the U.
Had there been no U-2 incident, would the history of the Cold War have been different?
Hopes for an agreement evaporated, however, after the U-2 incident.
Although Greene's case for defending Eisenhower's motives is quite convincing, the emphasis on motives conveniently minimizes actions by Eisenhower that may have contributed to his failure to achieve a test ban: for example, his handling of the U-2 incident and his selection of Lewis Strauss as chief atomic advisor.
Nine times out of 10, when I go to a high school to talk about the U-2 incident
, the students think I'm there to talk about the rock band,'' Powers said.
The U-2 incident
and a later one concerning an American RB-47 airplane, together with U.
Is the whole affair, like the U-2 incident
, a manufactured monkey wrench to thwart the superpower summit?
The Museum currently consists of a traveling exhibit that displays historical artifacts associated with his father's U-2 incident
Although historians have examined this episode in great detail, Aldous is very good in explaining the impact of the U-2 incident
on the participants of the summit and the way in which it made any public accommodation at Paris impossible.
founded the Cold War Museum a traveling exhibit that displays historical artifacts associated with the U-2 incident
of May 1960 when a U.