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1. These areas were given to the Soviet Union by a League of Nations mandate. 2. The people in each country voted in free elections to ally with the Soviets. 3. The Soviet army occupied these areas at the end of World War II. 4. Hitler surrendered control of these areas to the Soviet Union at the end of the war.
1. rebuilding its military and weapons capabilities. 2. exporting raw materials in exchange for consumer goods. 3. developing an agricultural economy and marine resources. 4. developing industry and an export economy.
1. England and France increased their overseas colonial possessions. 2. The communists gained control over most of Western Europe. 3. Japan and Germany became dominant military powers in their regions. 4. The Soviet Union emerged as an international superpower.
1. a competition for political influence over other countries 2. direct, armed conflict between the two nations 3. a deep reduction in military expenditures 4. the founding of the United Nations
1. to establish a competitive market economy 2. to create a defensive buffer zone in Eastern Europe 3. to expand individual liberties in the Baltic republics 4. to attract foreign economic investments
1. Monroe Doctrine. 2. New Frontier. 3. Truman Doctrine. 4. Good Neighbor Policy.
1. an attempt by leaders in communist Hungary to withdraw from the Warsaw Pact 2. the creation of East Germany as a separate Soviet military occupation zone 3. an invasion of South Korea by armed communist forces from North Korea 4. the installation in Cuba of Soviet offensive intermediate-range missiles
1. taking over direct rule of these countries. 2. crushing the uprisings with military force. 3. permitting greater democratic reforms in government. 4. privatizing industrial enterprises.
1. Egypt in the Suez Crisis. 2. Iraq in its conflict with Iran. 3. Israel in the Yom Kippur War. 4. Greece in its conflict with Turkey.
1. develop goodwill between Eastern and Western Europe. 2. encourage diplomatic solutions to regional problems in North Africa. 3. facilitate regional economic development in North America. 4. create a unified military defense between the U.S. and Western Europe.
1. formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. 2. start of the Communist revolution in Cuba. 3. U.S. development of the hydrogen bomb. 4. UN intervention in Korea.