KENNEDY'S COLD WAR ISLAND BUNKER OFF PALM BEACH NOW A MUSEUM
By Zachary Fagenson PEANUT ISLAND, Florida (Reuters) - The dingy, cavernous steel fallout shelter hastily built on a man-made island off Florida's east coast is a stark reminder of the harsh realities President John F. Kennedy faced from the first days of his presidency at the height of the Cold War. As the Kennedy family vacationed minutes away at the Palm Beach compound known as the Winter ...
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