presenting the history of his father's U-2 incident
, and the SR-71 Pilots.
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 Museum currently consists of a traveling exhibit that displays historical artifacts associated with his father's U-2 incident
founded the Cold War Museum and is an expert public speaker on the U-2 Incident
and Cold War history.
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.
The Cold War wasn't declared over until 1991, but the younger Powers, while addressing high school students near his Virginia home in the mid-'90s, soon realized that students who attended lectures on the U-2 incident
expected to talk about a rock band.