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Soviet war scare 1983
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On November 8th World War III almost began, and with it a nuclear apocalypse. This day is now acknowledged as one of most perilous on the whole of the. Able Archer 83 is the codename for a command post exercise carried out in November by The greatest catalyst to the Able Archer war scare occurred more than two years earlier. . On the night of September 26, , the Soviet orbital missile early warning system (SPRN), code-named Oko, reported a single .
On 26 September , the nuclear early-warning system of the Soviet Union reported the Bruce Blair, an expert on Cold War nuclear strategies and former president of the World Security Institute in Washington, D.C., .
ISBN ; Jump up ^ Fischer, Ben B. "The War Scare in US-Soviet Relations" (PDF). A Cold War Conundrum: The Soviet War Scare. By Benjamin B. Fischer. Summary. Introduction. Context: Soviet Cold War Setbacks. A nuclear weapons command exercise by NATO in November prompted fear in the leadership of the Soviet Union that the maneuvers. Soviet nuclear submarines raced for the protective cover of the Arctic ice.
The resulting documentary, Soviet War Scare, , aired in the. Able Archer 83 was a NATO nuclear command post exercise that the Russians almost mistook for the real thing — a U.S. first strike. And when. There was a series of crises in concerning the deployment by both the USSR and the US of highly accurate theatre nuclear weapons in Europe, President.
On November 8th World War III almost began, and with it a nuclear apocalypse. This day is now acknowledged as one of most perilous on the whole of the.
23 Jul - 76 min - Uploaded by All Mixed Up On November 8th World War III almost began, and with it a nuclear apocalypse. This.