Kevin Rossi Freitas

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A primeira foto do Rogério Ceni ao chegar no Morumbi #M1TO25Anos (via Paulo R Stramaro - Twitter)

A primeira foto do Rogério Ceni ao chegar no Morumbi #M1TO25Anos (via Paulo R Stramaro - Twitter)

Campanha de construção do Morumbi (Fonte e Matéria completa: [SPFC.Net] Dinamitar o Morumbi? – o trauma do aluguel e os ressentidos - por Wender Peixoto http://spfc.terra.com.br/news.asp?nID=116337)

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Cuban Missile Crisis

The Cuban Missile Crisis was a confrontation between the United States, the Soviet Union, and Cuba in the early during the Cold War.

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, Kennedy consults Eisenhower, 1962.

Serious Steps Paul Vathis, 1962 -President John F. Kennedy and former president Dwight D. Eisenhower are having a wintertime walk at Camp David in winter. Kennedy has just asked Eisenhower what he thinks of the botched Bay of Pigs Invasion.

JFK Cuban Missle Crisis

President John F. Kennedy pictured in the Oval Office at the White House during the Cuban Missile Crisis in in a photo titled "The Loneliest Job in the World" -- Picture:AP Photo - The New York Times, George Tames Source: AP

Evidence presented by the U.S. Department of Defense, of Soviet missiles in Cuba. This low level photo, made October 23, 1962, of the medium range ballistic missile site under construction at Cuba's San Cristobal area. A line of oxidizer trailers is at center. Added since October 14, the site was earlier photographed, are fuel trailers, a missile shelter tent, and equipment. The missile erector now lies under canvas cover. Evident also is extensive vehicle trackage and the construction of…

A spy photo of a medium range ballistic missile base in San Cristobal, Cuba, with labels detailing various parts of the base, displayed October of (Getty Images)

U.S. President John F. Kennedy speaks before reporters during a televised speech to the nation about the strategic blockade of Cuba, and his warning to the Soviet Union about missile sanctions, during the Cuban missile crisis, on October 24, 1962 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

President Kennedy speaks before reporters during a televised speech to the nation about the strategic blockade of Cuba, and his warning to the Soviet Union about missile sanctions, during the Cuban missile crisis