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Cold War Pt. 1 Jeopardy
Cold War Pt. 2 Jeopardy
Korean War Jeopardy
Anything Goes Jeopardy
Who is the leader of the Soviet Union?
Joseph Stalin Jeopardy
Who is the U.S. president who authorized the Berlin Airlift?
Harry S. Truman Jeopardy
Who is the senator from Wisconsin who claimed to have a list of 205 communists in the American government?
Joseph McCarthy Jeopardy
Stalin compared which man to Hitler?
Winston Churchill Jeopardy Double Jeopardy!
What did Stalin claim Winston Churchill’s aim was?
Anglo-Saxon racial world domination Jeopardy
Who led the U.S. (UN) forces into Korea?
Gen. Douglas MacArthur Jeopardy
What is the U.S. foreign policy of trying to stop the spread of communism?
How did the U.S. give supplies and hope to those in West Berlin during the Soviet blockade?
Berlin Airlift Jeopardy
What U.S. policy gave help to countries resisting communism and gave millions in aid to Turkey and Greece?
Truman Doctrine Jeopardy
What U.S. policy gave $13.5 billion in aid to European countries and offered money to the Soviet Union?
Marshall Plan Jeopardy
Approximately how often would planes land in Berlin to offer supplies?
Every 62 seconds Or One every minute Jeopardy
Who controls the economy in a communist nation?
The government Jeopardy
How did Winston Churchill describe the boarder between communist and democratic countries in Europe?
“Iron Curtain” Jeopardy
Describe the U.S. economy compared to the Soviets economy after WWII
U.S. had a good economy Soviets had a bad economy Jeopardy
How many sections did Germany get divided into after WWII?
Approximately how many years did the Cold War last?
45 Jeopardy Double Jeopardy!
Which U.S. president is usually credited with ending the Cold War?
Ronald Reagan Jeopardy
During the Cold War the U.S. was democratic, while the Soviet Union was…
In Cold War, the “Cold” usually means what?
No direct fighting took place Jeopardy
In what form of government does the government control the means of production and sets prices and wages?
When did the Cold War begin?
When did the Cold War end?
Who wanted to bomb China in the Korean War?
Gen. Douglas MacArthur Jeopardy
Was Korea divided in the year prior to the Korean War?
Who won the Korean War?
No one Jeopardy
Korea is divided into two at which parallel?
38th Parallel Jeopardy
What are the three closest countries to Korea?
China, Soviet Union, and Japan Jeopardy
In what European city did both the U.S. and the Soviet Union have zones?
What was the name of the conference where the “Big Three” negotiated the fate of Poland?
Yalta Conference Jeopardy
What does NATO stand for?
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Jeopardy
What was the name of the House committee that investigated communist activity in the U.S.?
House Committee on Un- American Activities Jeopardy
Who led the FBI’s anti- communism movement in the 1940’s and 1950’s?
J. Edger Hoover Jeopardy
The Cold War Begins Goal 11. Essential Idea During the Cold War, communism spread out from the Soviet Union.
American History Chapter 25-1 The Iron Curtain Falls on Europe.
Cold War: Origins. Wartime Diplomacy Yalta Conference: Near the end of WWII. The “Big 3” meet near the Black Sea. ( FDR, Churchill, Stalin) Agreements:
Chapter 27 – Lesson 3. U.S. fears that Soviet goal is world domination under Communism Soviet Union opposes UN peace keeping efforts Western Nations.
The Cold War: The Beginnings. Potsdam Conference Meeting of the Big 3 Stalin took back free elections in Poland and banned democratic parties Soviet Army.
Chapter 27. 1. In Feb. 1945, the “Big Three” Allied leaders- Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin met at Yalta, a Soviet port.
Section 1 Cold War: Superpowers Face Off Restructuring the Postwar World Chapter 17.
The Cold War Yalta Vs Potsdam February 1945 Yalta Conference: dealt mainly with the settlement of post-war Europe after WWII. Leaders: Roosevelt,
The Cold War YALTA (in the USSR) Date: Feb 1945 Present: Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin.
Chapter Differences… United States: Democracy Capitalist economy Leaders elected by voting Competing political parties USSR: Communism Government.
May 5, 2014 Aim: How did President Truman react to events during the Cold War? Do Now: Complete the values clarification handout on your own.
DEMOCRACY VS. COMMUNISM UNITED STATES VS. SOVIET UNION.
Cold War Era SSUSH20. Bellringer Look at Causes and Effects of the Cold War. Pg 784 Look at Causes and Effects of the Cold War. Pg 784 What do you think.
Iron Curtain -Truman pushes for free elections -Winston Churchill Iron Curtain refers to all nations under Soviet control -satellite nations -purges -buffer.
The Cold War Expands Containment Soviet-American relations worsen during President Truman adopts a foreign policy of containment: Goal:
Origins of the Cold War U.S. vs. Soviet Union We may be likened to two scorpions in a bottle, each capable of killing the other, but only at the risk of.
Start of the Cold War Post World War II. Europe in million dead Cities are destroyed Economies are in ruins Massive migration of people.
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1949 China Turns Communist Cuba Turns Communist.
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Beginning of the Cold War Review Book: Unit 6, Section 2.
Jeopardy Cold War Terms WWII People/
Post WWII. The United Nations -Plans began at the Yalta Conference -International Peacekeeping organization -General Assembly & Security council -10 Members.
Post World War 2 Rise of the Cold War. After War Germany will be divided into military zones. British, American, French, and USSR zone. Post-War occupation.
Struggle & Containment. Post-WWII Relationships relationships between Soviet Union & other Allies worsen Cold War: an era of high tension & bitter rivalry.
ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR CH 26 SEC 1. U.S. VS. SOVIETS Private control Democratic Elections Competing political parties State controlled all economic activity.
Cold War Notes. What caused the Cold War? US & USSR only superpowers after WWII. –Each wanted to be strongest. Different political and economic systems.
The Cold War. A new international conflict emerged after World War II called the Cold War – The Cold War was mostly an ideological conflict between the.
The Cold War Review World History. Which four countries occupied Germany following World War II? Britain, France, the United States, and the Soviet.
The Cold War By Mr Yelland Downloaded from
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where I.
Good Morning! Bell-Ringer – Define the words on the top of page 965. United Nations iron curtain containment Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan Cold War NATO.
The Cold War. What is a “Cold War?” Ideological conflict between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics during the second half.
Cold War Terms Quiz Friday 2/11/11. Origins of the Cold War Cold War ( ) Confrontation and competition between the US and USSR with actual fighting.
Cold War Basics. Germany is now divided into 4 occupations controlled by Britain, France, Soviet Union & US Disagreement over occupation marks beginning.
Chapter 16 review Cold War and Korea. Containment-policy of preventing the spread of Communism formulated by George Kennan Communism- economic system.
The Cold War. SS5H7 The student will discuss the origins and consequences of the Cold War. a. Explain the origin and meaning of the term “Iron Curtain.”
Vocab Pg. 965 Iron Curtain; United Nations; Satellite States; Policy of Containment; Arms Race (Brinkmanship); Domino Theory; Truman Doctrine; Marshall.
Chapter 26, Section 1. United States vs. Soviet Union United StatesSoviet Union.
Chapter 26 Section 1 The U.S. and the U.S.S.R were allies but Different political systems (see the next two slides). Stalin signed the Non-Aggression.
Graphic Organizer World Affairs Soviet ViewsAmerican Views.
LET’S PLAY JEOPARDY!! VocabularyPeopleEventsTrivia Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Jeopardy.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Yalta The World BrrrrrAsiaLeftOvers At Home.
31.5 From World War To Cold War. The Cost of War As the Allies celebrated victory, the costs of war began to become clear The war killed as many as 75,000,000.
Chapter 18: Cold War Conflicts Section 1: Origins of the Cold War.
THE BEGINNINGS OF THE COLD WAR. Disagreements over control of Europe and the development of nuclear weapons caused the alliance between the U.S. and the.
Chapter 17 – Restructuring the Postwar World (1945-Present) Section 1 – Cold War: Superpowers Face Off Main Idea: The opposing economic and political philosophies.
ROOTS OF THE COLD WAR CHAPTER 28, LESSON #1. WARTIME RELATIONSHIPS Yalta Conference: February, 1945 Allied leaders met to talk about Europe after WWII.
1 The Cold War US vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Democracy vs. Communism Capitalism vs. Socialism.
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