Facing Berlin 

President John F. Kennedy's firm stance against Soviet pressure to control and govern West Berlin becomes one of the many strengths of his Cold War administration. From the first 30 days in... See full summary »

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President John F. Kennedy's firm stance against Soviet pressure to control and govern West Berlin becomes one of the many strengths of his Cold War administration. From the first 30 days in office until his pronounced Berlin address, President Kennedy is vividly remembered. Written by Focus Foresight

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