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ESSENTIAL QUESTION What was the Cold War?
COLD WAR War of ideas between Soviets and U.S. COMMUNISM- gov. owns businesses (Soviet) CAPITALISM- citizens own businesses (U.S.)
SATELLITE NATIONS Those controlled by the Soviets.
IRON CURTAIN Term for East European satellite nations.
BERLIN WALL Divided German capital into capitalist (West) and communist (East) halves.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did the U.S deal with the Cold War?
BERLIN AIRLIFT U.S gets supplies to West Berlin.
CONTAINMENT U.S policy to keep communism from spreading to other nations.
NATO Western European nations and U.S form alliance against communism.
WARSAW PACT East European nations and Soviets form alliance against capitalism.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION In what areas of the world did the Cold War became actual fighting?
CHINESE CIVIL WAR Fight between Nationalists and Communists.
CHIANG KAI-SHEK Leader of Nationalists- friends of the U.S
MAO ZEDONG Leader of Communists- friends of Soviets
TAIWAN Nationalists ended up in control of this island.
MAINLAND CHINA Controlled by the Communists.
KOREAN WAR Fight over communism and capitalism. NORTH- communist, friends of China SOUTH- capitalist, friends of U.S.
POLICE ACTION United Nations agrees to protect South Korea. U.S supplies 90% of the soldiers.
KIM IL-SUNG North Korean communist dictator, supported by China and Soviet Union.
MACARTHUR American general, wanted to use nuclear weapons against China. Fired by U.S President Truman- afraid of WWIII
STALEMATE Korean War ends in a tie.
38 th Parallel The border between North and South Korea. DEMILITARIZED ZONE- A neutral area between the two Koreas, no one allowed in or out.
American History Chapter 15 Section 2
Origins of the Cold War U.S.-Soviet Relations to 1945
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.
The Cold War.
Cold War Conflict Democracy vs. Communism. U.S and Soviet aims around the world United States Encourage democracy in other countries to help prevent the.
Early Years of the Cold War Yalta Conference –Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt –Germany divided –Poland “free elections” United Nations.
The Cold War Heats Up Chapter 18.2 pages
COLD WAR QUIZ. KNOW YOUR VOCABULARY! What was the name of the plan that provided $13 billion dollars in economic aid to European countries?
The Cold War Heats Up. Nationalists Communists Chiang Kai-shek Supported by the U.S. Some questionable activities Mao Zedong Helped peasants Started to.
The Cold War UNIT 10 REVIEW. What group took over in Russia after Tsar Nicholas?
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 The Cold War Continued The Korean War The Vietnam War The Cuban Missile.
Beginning of the Cold War Review Book: Unit 6, Section 2.
Cold War Chapter 18 section 2.
C. Containment Policy (Truman Doctrine). The Events of the Cold War were a C.O.N.F.L.I.C.T. between the U.S.A. and the U.S.S.R.
The Cold War. Beginning of the Cold War ( ) The Yalta Conference and Soviet control of Eastern Europe.
Start of the Cold War Post World War II. Europe in million dead Cities are destroyed Economies are in ruins Massive migration of people.
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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.
Chiang Kai-Shek: leader of Chinese Nationalists Supported by US Mao Zedong: leader of Chinese Communists Supported by Soviets During WWII: formed.
Chapter 39 Study Guide. 1. The Allies divided Germany into four occupation zones. When the United States, Britain, and France announced plans to unite.
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