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United Nations Definition Soviet Union vs. U.S. Security Council –Big Five
Russia Expanding Poland Baltic Republics friendly states Churchill –Fulton Missouri –Iron Curtain
Beware of Russia George F. Kennan Dean Acheson –Containment
European Recovery Program Marshall, Czech. Revolution, $12 billion
Had Enough – 80 th Congress Undo New Deal Taft-Hartley Act 22 nd Amendment Pres. Succession Act
Truman vs. Congress Fair Deal Committee on Civil Rights 1946 Desegregation of Armed Forces1948
Do-Nothing Congress Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan National Security Act National Security Council –CIA
Potsdam Conference Stalin, Truman, and Churchill Germany – zones Nuremberg Trials
Germany Western Zone Single Unit Eur. Recovery Act Berlin Blockade
NATONATO Creation, April 4, 1949 Article 5 Gen. Eisenhower –Commander of the NATO forces
The Cold War Era President Harry S. Truman.
Jeopardy Cold War Terms WW II People & Places Cold War United Nations Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
The Cold War Chapter 26 Sections 1 and – A Critical Year Yalta The “Big Three”The “Big Three” Churchill, Stalin, and Roosevelt PolandPoland.
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.
Cold War ( ) 1 st World – Capitalists, Democratic led by the USA 2 nd World- Communist- led by the Soviet Union (USSR) 3 rd World- Developing Nations.
Vs. The United StatesThe Soviet Union. Learning Targets 1.Describe the Iron Curtain, the division in Europe and why this occurred. 2.Predict the impact.
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.
Recognize cause and effect relationships about the Cold War.Cold War Describe examples of the Cold War.
The term was first used in 1947 to explain US- Soviet relations. Both countries employed ideological, military, and political instruments.
The United States and the Soviet Union vie for superiority, and both countries extend their control over other nations.
Adjusting to Peace Chapter 27, Section 1, Part 2.
Cold War: Origins. Wartime Diplomacy Yalta Conference: Near the end of WWII. The “Big 3” meet near the Black Sea. ( FDR, Churchill, Stalin) Agreements:
Cold War Begins Post-WWII Notes US Goals Provide democracy and promote economic opportunity Provide democracy and promote economic opportunity –Serves.
Iron Curtain -Truman pushes for free elections -Winston Churchill Iron Curtain refers to all nations under Soviet control -satellite nations -purges -buffer.
Vs. The United StatesThe Soviet Union. Post World War II Plans Yalta Meeting (Feb. 1945): European nations to be democratic, United Nations created.
THE COLD WAR THE COLD WARCold War Background Post WWII Developments Truman’s Containment Policy US Military Expands & Modernizes Korean War.
+ Origins of the Cold War The events and causes that led to the Cold War.
COLD WAR. Definition of the Cold War The competition that developed between the US and the Soviet Union for power and influence in the world between
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.
Origins of the Cold War. Early Concerns Even before World War II had ended, tensions between Soviet Union and USA had arose Concerns about Germany USSR.
SS.912.A.6.10 Examine causes, course, and consequences of the early years of the Cold War (Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, NATO, Warsaw Pact).
History 171D The United States and the World Since 1945.
The Cold War Begins. Truman as President Very little political experience “Average man”—didn’t have a college education At first seemed unable to fill.
The Cold War, A Bipolar Geopolitical World after World War II.
Cold War Basics. Germany is now divided into 4 occupations controlled by Britain, France, Soviet Union & US Disagreement over occupation marks beginning.
Allies Become Enemies Unit 4 Lesson 9 (26.1 & 26.2)
Communism vs. Democracy Yalta Conference February 1945 Stalin, Churchill, Roosevelt – Planned the immediate division of Germany Temporarily for.
The Cold War. Essential Understandings The Cold War set the framework for GLOBAL POLITICS for 45 years after the end of WORLD WAR II. It also influenced.
Allies Become Enemies By the end of WW2, tensions between the US & USSR blossomed into a decades long conflict known as the Cold War. Unit 4 Lesson 8.
The Division of Germany and Berlin But first… A look back at decisions made at Yalta 26-1 The Origins of the Cold War WRITE ON BACK of Note Page: Cold.
Graphic Organizer World Affairs Soviet ViewsAmerican Views.
Cold War Intro, Map, Docs. Origins of the Cold War Ideological Differences Communism vs. Capitalism Totalitarian vs. Democracy WWII 2 nd Front Potsdam.
Essential Question Why did tensions between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. escalate after World War II?
The Cold War Begins US Policy in Europe,
Harry Truman vs. The World: Adventures in the Early Cold War.
Chapter 33 Restructuring the Postwar World. Section 1 Cold War: Superpowers Face Off The opposing economic and political philosophies of the US and SU.
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War:
World War II & The Iron Curtain. The Big Three Josef Stalin Winston Churchill Franklin D. Roosevelt U.S.S.R. (Soviet Union) United Kingdom United States.
Ideological conflict between the US and USSR ◦ Disagreement on beliefs ◦ Which economy was better? Communism vs. Capitalism ◦ Who was more powerful?
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Early Years of the Cold War Yalta Conference –Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt –Germany divided –Poland “free elections” United Nations.
The Cold War The Big 3 (Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin) met to determine the make-up of post-WWII Europe at the Yalta Conference in USSR in 1945 USSR.
Cold War The Origins and Beginning. Yalta - The Big Three Churchill (Great Britain), FDR (U.S.), Stalin (Soviet Union) met to discuss the end of WW.
Post World War II. February 1945 Constant global confrontation between the Soviet Union and United States. Avoidance of direct armed conflict between.
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.
Chapter 27 – Lesson 3. U.S. fears that Soviet goal is world domination under Communism Soviet Union opposes UN peace keeping efforts Western Nations.
Chapter 18: Cold War Conflicts Section 1: Origins of the Cold War.
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