Cuban Missile Crisis Of 1962: The Debris Of An American Airplane

CUBA - OCTOBER 27: The debris of an American U-2 airplane shot down by the Cubans during the 1962 missile crisis is scattered over the ground. The airplane, piloted by Rudolph ANDERSON, was making a reconnaissance flight above the island. The remains of the pilot were handed over to the United States by the intermediary of the Switzerland Embassy in Cuba. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
CUBA - OCTOBER 27: The debris of an American U-2 airplane shot down by the Cubans during the 1962 missile crisis is scattered over the ground. The airplane, piloted by Rudolph ANDERSON, was making a reconnaissance flight above the island. The remains of the pilot were handed over to the United States by the intermediary of the Switzerland Embassy in Cuba. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
Cuban Missile Crisis Of 1962: The Debris Of An American Airplane
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Credit:
Keystone-France / Contributor
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104405108
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Gamma-Keystone
Date created:
27 October, 1962
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Gamma-Keystone
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K005943-A4
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