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COLD WAR QUIZ
KNOW YOUR VOCABULARY!
What was the name of the plan that provided $13 billion dollars in economic aid to European countries?
Which countries temporarily controlled WEST Germany?
UNITED STATES GREAT BRITAIN FRANCE
Which country controlled EAST Germany?
What type of government was established in WEST Germany?
What type of government was established in EAST Germany?
What happened to Japan after WWII?
Japan became a democracy and an ally of the United States
Who was in an alliance of communist nations?
North Korea Soviet Union China
South Korea & South Vietnam have what type of government?
This was a struggle over political differences between the Soviet Union and United States
This is an area where no military forces are allowed
This was the political and military barrier dividing eastern and western Europe
Great Britain & the United States delivered supplies to WEST Germany, this is known as what?
The build-up of weapons between the United States and Soviet Union
The United States was afraid that if one country fell to communism, soon others would follow
This is known as the United States policy of stopping the spread of communism
United States & the Soviet Union supported two different sides during the Korean and Vietnam war, instead of fighting each other directly
PROXY WARS VIETNAM WAR KOREAN WAR
This is when neither side was declared a winner
Why was the North Atlantic Treaty Organization formed?
To protect the United States and its WESTERN European allies
The CIA tried to overthrow the government in what country?
What was the Naval blockade of Cuba?
The United States response to the Cuban Missile Crisis
South and North Korea were divided by what
38 th Parallel
What did families do to protect themselves against a nuclear attack?
What was the most popular source of news and entertainment in the 1950’s?
What international organization was formed after WWII to prevent future wars?
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Cold War Vocabulary.
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