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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
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.
Vs. The United StatesThe Soviet Union. Post World War II Plans Yalta Meeting (Feb. 1945): European nations to be democratic, United Nations created.
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 & The Postwar World SS.A.3.4.9; SS.A
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
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 COLD WAR Chapter 22. Section 1 Cold War -- confrontation and competition between the U.S. and the Soviet Union Soviet Union -- Communist since the.
Essential Question Why did tensions between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. escalate after World War II?
The Cold War The Cold War Defined Period of hostile relations between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. (and respective allies) after the Second World.
Chapter 26 The Cold War Begins Section 2 The Early Cold War Years.
Beginnings of the Cold War Aftermath of World War II Europe is in ruins. Nearly every major city has been damaged or destroyed Death tolls.
End of World War II ryan henrici michelle squiteri peter searle.
Occupations Japan under U.S. command for 7 years – MacArthur restructured the government and economy into a Western model Germany split into East and West.
WWII- Post-War From War to Cold War. Post-WWII A. Europe Destroyed 1.The winners of WWII (US, England, Russia) meet to discuss what to do next. a. End.
The Cold War. Why did a “Cold War” develop? 1. Ideology.
United States History The Cold War Conflicts The Cold War
Origins of the Cold War – Part II. Iran Controversy (1946) In Sept. 1944, the British had set up the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, which received a deal.
Eastern Europe’s Iron Curtain. A major goal of the Soviet Union was to shield itself from another invasion from the west. Centuries of history had.
HOLT World History World History THE HUMAN JOURNEY HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Europe and North America in the Postwar Years Section 1:Aftermath of the.
1 The Cold War Topic B Learning Guide 5. 2 Q1. By the end of WWII which counties were considered the Big Three? Clement – Britain Truman – USA Stalin.
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.
Cold War United Nations in April, 1945, an international peace keeping organization had representatives from 50 nations meet in San Francisco.
US after WWII Chapter 25. Occupation of Germany Potsdam Conference – July 1945 – Truman, Stalin, and Churchill (Attlee) Division of Germany – France,
World War II: Aftermath Ch 14 Sec 5. Japan U.S. worked to rebuild Japan after the war. Under MacArthur’s leadership, Japan adopted a new constitution.
Chapter 26 The Cold War Begins Section 1 Origins of the Cold War.
The Early Cold War: The Early Cold War: Chapter 26.
Chapter 26 Section 1 The U.S. and the U.S.S.R were allies but Different political systems (see the next two slides). Stalin signed the Non-Aggression.
The wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union began to unravel even before the end of World War II. When the war ended, the Red Army.
The Cold War Which statement of beliefs laid the groundwork for U.S. Foreign Policy from 1947 until Bush Doctrine 2. Containment 3. Eisenhower.
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.
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