In 1964, Lyndon B. Johnson's election as President came with a price. His decision to send more troops to Vietnam became a problem earlier than anticipated, resulting in a forced peace settlement between the North and South Vietnamese Soldiers. In 1967, the Soviet Union announced it would send more troops to Europe to combat the NATO Alliance. In 1975, a rogue general fired shots into East Germany, starting a war. The consequences of this attack and its aftermath is something very few know about, but nevertheless, has surfaced.