The unsung hero of the cold war. Thank God for this fine individual. The unsung hero of the cold war Thank God for this fine individual
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#9 - ILoveFurries ONLINE
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(02/11/2013) [-]
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#5 - intrepidy ONLINE
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(02/11/2013) [-]
Yeah because it would have been the soviets starting WW3, not the fact that the US just dropped depth charges on their submarine which is considered an act of war.     
   
   
That and the US started the Cuban missile crisis by putting missiles in Turkey first. Also trying to invade Cuba.    
   
Also at least give credit to Cracked.com.
Yeah because it would have been the soviets starting WW3, not the fact that the US just dropped depth charges on their submarine which is considered an act of war.


That and the US started the Cuban missile crisis by putting missiles in Turkey first. Also trying to invade Cuba.

Also at least give credit to Cracked.com.
#7 to #5 - chasskika
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(02/11/2013) [-]
well in the defense of the US, the russian ship was in international waters, headed toward America (Cuba) with nuclear weapons on board and the orders to launch the nukes if the captains said so.. which, some might call an act of war. But hey, can't really say either side is justified here
#10 to #5 - nadreauXoneXthree
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(02/11/2013) [-]
I'll agree with you that the depth charges but the U.S. in the wrong, but the missiles in turkey were outdated, and talks of removing them were being held. The Soviets even knew that, but continued to arm Cuba. Again, I still think the U.S. shouldn't have done what it did, but the missiles in turkey were no cause to try and arm one of the nearest nations to us.
#1 - thebenders
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(02/10/2013) [-]
who the **** wrote that it looks like some one passed it on and off to a first grader
#11 - schnizel
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(02/11/2013) [-]
Yeah, thank god.
#6 - billybobjoeii
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(02/11/2013) [-]
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