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Election of 1948 Rep. Control Congress Rep. – Tom Dewey – moderate Democrats Split –Harry S. Truman –Strom Thurmond –Henry A. Wallace
Fair Deal Min. Wage Soc. Sec. Clear Slums Low Income Homes TVA But lost on… Civil Rights Natl Health Ins. Repeal of Tariff Fed aid to Education Farm Incomes
USSR takes control to 38 th parallel 1948 – S. Korea - Rhee elected president N. Korea declares Peoples Republic North militarizes, South does not June 25, 1950 North attacks
June 27 th, U.N. reacts General Douglas MacArthur –Pusan –Invades Inchon
Mac Arthur on his own Mission Communists Chinas threat Mac Arthur to the Yalu River Volunteer Chinese Back to the 38 th parallel
April 11, 1951 – Mac Arthur fired
Peace Talks June 1951 Panmunjon – 2 years July 27, 1953 Truce Police Action Casualties
Tensions During the 1940s, political tensions were building in Korea Japan had ruled Korea from , but had been driven out by the United States.
The Chinese Civil War & the “Forgotten War”
The Korean War Project The Korean War By: T.Searcy (***) P.Patel C Period.
The Cold War Heats Up Chapter 18 – 2. China Becomes a Communist Country For two decades, Chinese Communist had struggled against the Nationalist government.
The Korean War June 25th, July 27th, 1953.
The Cold War Heats Up Only 5 years after World War II ended, the U.S. became involved in a war in Korea, to halt communism. The enemy was not Russia but.
Chinese Civil War & Korean War. Chinese Civil War Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Kai-shek Unified the Nationalists in southern China Unified the Nationalists.
Communism in China and the Korean War. Nationalists versus Communists (civil war), NationalistsCommunists -led by Chiang Kai-shek -ruled in.
Chap 26 sec 2 © Shawn McCusker Wars fought around the world increased tension between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. China Korea.
Chapter 19 Section 3 The Cold War Turns Hot. Communist Victory in China A revolution in 1911 left China a chaotic republic Upset with the republic and.
The Cold War Begins Early 1951 January – April: U.S. 8 th Army pushes North Korean and Chinese forces back up the peninsula. January – April:
The Korean War: Fast Facts UN/Allied Forces –Roughly 150,000 foreign servicemen –3,360 killed –11,886 wounded –1,801 MIA –1,376 POW –British.
The Korean War By Jacob Rittgers and Chris Dawson.
THE COLD WAR Chapter 22. Section 1 Cold War -- confrontation and competition between the U.S. and the Soviet Union Soviet Union -- Communist since the.
Chapter 26 The Cold War Begins Section 2 The Early Cold War Years.
Korea and Vietnam Fights between East and West. Korean War After WWII, Korea divided along 38 th Parallel North: Communist South: Democratic Soviets.
A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 37: The Cold War Begins ~ 1945 – 1952 ~
Origins of the Cold War. Development of the Cold War The Cold War ( ) was one of perception where neither side fully understood the intentions and.
What is a Cold War? A cold war is a state of conflict between nations that does not involve direct military action but is pursued primarily through economic.
Cold War Conflicts The Cold War and the danger of nuclear war define international affairs, especially after the Korean War. Fear of communism in the U.S.
The Cold War China. Nationalist vs. Communist Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai- shek) Leader Mao Zedong Southern China Area Ruled Northern China United States.
The Cold War: Domino Theory and Containment Korea, Vietnam Cuba, Central America Middle East.
Essential Question What was the impact of the Cold War on American society? What was the impact of the Cold War on American society?
The Aftermath The world is left in a mess What is going to happen to Germany? What is going to happen to Japan? What is going to happen to all the Eastern.
Beginning of the Cold War and 1950s Jeopardy Review.
United States History The Cold War Conflicts The Cold War
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War: Chapter 26.
The Cold War Begins Section 3 Communism Spreads in East Asia.
Post World War Europe - Marshall Plan ( ; $13 Billion spent on rebuilding Europe) U.S. – Baby boom ( , 78.3 million babies born) Germany.
COLD WAR MUSEUM Click here to come inside Where do you want to go? Post-War Reconstruction Cold War Involvement Cold War Crises Click here to go to our.
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