• What was the significance of the Bay of Pigs invasion in?

  • The Bay of Pigs invasion was the location where CIA trained exiled Cubans made a landing in Castro controlled Cuba . The invasion failed because US President Kennedy failed to approve Navy aircraft cover for the invaders. The significance of this invasion was that it displayed to Americans how powerful the CIA actually was.

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