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With the threat of World War III on the horizon, the Cuban Missile Crisis was finally resolved by: a promise that the U.S. would never invade Cuba Fidel Castro stepping down as Cuba's leader the Soviet Union getting rid of its Cuban missiles Cuba promising to adhere to a new set of free elections American missiles being pulled out of Turkey NATO and the Warsaw Pact being dissolved

Kyle Mckinney

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Brandon Scott on September 24, 2018

The Cuban missile crisis ended after the united states agreed not to invade Cuba and allow Cuba to maintain its own sovereignty.

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