Map of Cuba annotated by former US President John F Kennedy is displayed for the first time at John F. Kennedy Library in Boston
This map of Cuba annotated by former U.S. president John F. Kennedy, who is shown in the video above the map, is displayed for the first time at John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, Massachusetts, July 13, 2005. Kennedy wrote "Missile Sites" on the map and marked them with "X's" when he was first briefed by the CIA on the Cuban Missile Crisis on October 16, 1962. The map was found for sale on the internet by an analyst at the National Security Archive and was retrieved for the library by the Justice Department. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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