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Learning Target: o I can defend an argument about the causes of the Cold War. Opener: o Review: What was the Truman Doctrine?
After WW2, US and Soviet Union were world superpowers Cold War began to emerge over US and Soviet disagreements about… o New communist governments in Eastern Europe
The Truman Doctrine said… o The US would help anyone fighting against communism
The U.S. adopted a strategy of containment to… o Prevent the spread of communism
The Berlin Blockade was when the Soviet Union… o Stopped all movement into West Berlin The U.S. beat the blockade by… o Airlifting supplies into West Berlin
NATO was… o An alliance formed by the U.S. and 11 European countries to counter the Soviet Union
Who was responsible for starting the Cold War?
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