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The Cold War Review World History
Which four countries occupied Germany following World War II? Britain, France, the United States, and the Soviet Union
Why did President Truman give economic and military aid to Greece and Turkey? They were resisting communist takeovers.
What did the Warsaw Pact and NATO have in common? Both were military pacts.
Why was a wall built in Berlin? To prevent citizens from Eastern Germany (East Berlin) from escaping to the west.
Why did the Soviet Union invade its own ally, Czechoslovakia? Because the Czech leader, Alexander Dubcek, tried to loosen his country from strict Soviet control
This is an alliance between the United States, Canada, and ten Western European nations. NATO: North Atlantic Treaty Organization
This was an alliance between the Soviet Union and its Eastern European allies. The Warsaw Pact
This is an organization of nations set up after World War II, including both of the superpowers. The United Nations
This is an economic aid package designed to give European nations aid needed to rebuild after World War II. The Marshall Plan
I am the communist leader of Cuba who during the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Fidal Castro
The Policy of lessening Cold War tensions Detente
This President was the first to visit communist China Richard Nixon
What is the time period called to describe the tension between the U.S. and the USSR? The Cold War
When the Soviet Union cut off supplies to West Berlin the U.S. did what? Flew in supplies
This outlined the U.S. foreign policy of containment The Truman Doctrine
This term was used by Winston Churchill to represent the division between a mostly democratic Western Europe and a Communist Eastern Europe The “Iron Curtain”
Who was Kim Il Sung? Leader of North Korea
He was the original commander of the United Nations forces in the Korean War Douglas MacArthur
When Israel was created, Arab nations responded by doing what? Declaring war
The strategy of the United States to train South Vietnamese troops to defend themselves - and at the same time begin removing American troops out of Vietnam Vietnamization
The students who were killed in Tiananmen Square were protesting the Chinese government’s… Lack of political freedom
Who was the first American president to visit Communist China was Richard Nixon
Which two groups fought a civil war in China both before and after WW II? Communists and Nationalists
The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) program was backed by which President? Ronald Reagan
Which parallel was Korea divided? 38th
The Cold War Video Guide
Post WWII Developments Foundations of the Cold War Korean War McCarthyism.
Cold War Vocabulary.
Origins of the Cold War U.S.-Soviet Relations to 1945
Discussion How do the locations of the Warsaw Pact countries differ from the locations of the NATO countries? Why? The Warsaw Pact countries were located.
Post WWII Map Satellite Nations After the war, Stalin he declared the need for a “buffer zone” on the Soviet Union’s western border. He established.
Steps in the Cold War continued notes. IRON CURTAIN SPEECH speech from Prime Minister Winston Churchill an “Iron Curtain” of Soviet controlled countries.
The Cold War.
Early Years of the Cold War Yalta Conference –Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt –Germany divided –Poland “free elections” United Nations.
The Cold War State of tension and hostility between the United States and the Soviet Union because of differences in political and economic philosophies.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 IMPORTANT EVENTS EVENTSIMPORTANTPEOPLE ASIA AND THE COLD WAR COLD WAR USA AND THE COLD WAR OTHER KEY TERMS.
Early Cold War & Rebuilding of Germany and Japan
Start of the Cold War Post World War II. Europe in million dead Cities are destroyed Economies are in ruins Massive migration of people.
Cold War. Origins of Cold War World War II sets stage for Cold War World War II sets stage for Cold War U.S. and Soviet Union emerge as competing super.
What countries were called “super powers” following WWII?
The Cold War Definition: A period of tension and hostility between the USA and the former Soviet Union from No actual fighting.
Cold War Basics. Germany is now divided into 4 occupations controlled by Britain, France, Soviet Union & US Disagreement over occupation marks beginning.
The Cold War By Ms. Joseph.
Origins of the Cold War ( ). Occupation of Europe Germany was split into four parts 1 part (East): Controlled by Soviets; Money went to Soviet.
Cold War. The name given to relations between the U.S. and Soviet Union after World War II, characterized by tensions, suspicions, and intense competition.
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