Fidel Castro Recruited Nazi Death Squad Leaders During Missile Crisis
As the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis this month, disturbing new details about the near-nuclear war keep leaking out. Last week, newly declassified papers showed that the Soviets left 100 nuclear bombs in Cuba for a month after the crisis.
The new papers from the BND, Germany's intelligence agency, date from October 1962 and show that Fidel personally approved a plan to bring members of the Nazi's infamous death squad to the island.
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