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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 Read Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ë Philip Gibson In 1962 with photographic evidence that the Soviets were assembling missile launching sites in Cuba just miles off the US coast the world entered one of the most dangerous times of the 20th century – the threat of a nuclear confrontation between the USA and the USSRWhile some of what played out during this confrontation

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    Read #Havana62 EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 1962 John Fitzgerald Kennedy sets in the White House in Washington DC Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev sets in the Kremlin in Moscow Fidel Castro sets in the Presidential Palace in Havana Cuba Missile Crisis Social media Twitter Faceboo

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    Philip Gibson Ë 4 Download EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 A Uniue Perspective on a Historical EventI liked the use of social media as the narrative structure in retelling this significant time in history I read the other two books in this series that focused on Berlin and Tokyo in '45 and I found using Twitter as the format for the story to be an intriguing story telling device Obviously there reuires a certain suspension of disbelief as not all such messages would have real

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    Read #Havana62 EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 Philip Gibson Ë 4 Download This is the third 'Twitter' history by Philip Gibson which I've read I like the concept very much and the execution even This specific undertaking provides not just the American but also the Soviet point of view of the Cuban missile crisis called by some 'the most dangerous moment in Human history' in a refreshing manner Why not

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    Read #Havana62 EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 Philip Gibson Ë 4 Download This book didn't hold my attention It was not in the usual book format Instead of a normal story line the author has the various participants of the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 report the situation through social media posts Lacked continuity YawnI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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    Read #Havana62 EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 Philip Gibson Ë 4 Download Terrible formatThis was an extremely disappointing book Instead of describing the action and interactions of the various people the author simply slipped in a few short biographies and a lot of disjointed uotes That is the whole book a series of uotes

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    Read #Havana62 EBOOK DOWNLOAD #Havana62 uite informative actually if not for the annoying hashtag story format

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#Havana62 Download ✓ 104 Hev is in the Kremlin and Fidel Castro is in the Presidential Palace in Havana Cuba For a time now widely referred to as “the most dangerous moment in human history” these men hold the future of modern civilization in their hands as the world teeters on the brink of nuclear apocalyp. This book didn t hold my attention It was not in the usual book format Instead of a normal story line the author has the various participants of the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 report the situation through social media posts Lacked continuity YawnI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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#Havana62 Download ✓ 104 Participants in the drama based on what those participants actually reported or could have believably reported in private social media accounts given who they were what they knew and where they were at the time The year is 1962 The Kennedy brothers are in the White House Nikita Khrushc. This is the third Twitter history by Philip Gibson which I ve read I like the concept very much and the execution even This specific undertaking provides not just the American but also the Soviet point of view of the Cuban missile crisis called by some the most dangerous moment in Human history in a refreshing manner Why not euate the Cuban missiles with the Jupiter missiles in Turkey As Sting sang in the late 80 I hope the Russians love their children too Well I guess they did and this comes out from Gibson s Twitter history of the Cuban missile crisis

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#Havana62 Download ✓ 104 What if there had been social media during the Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis This is not a story told in the usual book format It is the story of the Cuban Missile Crisis told as if through posts on private social media feeds The book follows the thoughts and actions of the main. In 1962 with photographic evidence that the Soviets were assembling missile launching sites in Cuba just miles off the US coast the world entered one of the most dangerous times of the 20th century the threat of a nuclear confrontation between the USA and the USSRWhile some of what played out during this confrontation was covered by the media it was only years afterwards that the world knew the full extent of the danger What if though social media such as we have today where people share some of their innermost thoughts with the universe was present in 1962 Would we have been treated to hourly tweets of what the principal players on all sides were thinking and doingIn Havana 62 To the Brink of Nuclear War author Philip Gibson gives us a day by day account of the confrontation through social media postings by Kennedy Khrushchev Castro and others A chilling account most notably because it reduces what could have been a nuclear holocaust to 140 character postings in an almost matter of fact manner Some of the entries strain credibility one likes to think that some plans would have been kept secret in the interests of military security But having seen some of the tweets sent by senior government officials in the past few years it is just possible that a lot of what Gibson posits would have in fact been postedThis is not your usual thriller no chase scenes no damsels in distress just a dry account from the minds of the actors Makes for a compelling read and is in many ways even scarier Just when I thought the thriller genre was fixed in its format and methods Gibson comes along and turns it on its ear I received a free copy of Havana 62 in exchange for my review I began reading with a degree of trepidation thinking initially that this wouldn t work I m happy to say I was wrong and the few security issues that I still think incredible didn t spoil a fairly good read