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Essential Question What were the major events of the Cold War?
The Cold War Continues
Eisenhower Doctrine Elected president in 1952 U.S. would aid any country in the Middle East fighting communism
Nikita Khrushchev Soviet leader after the death of Stalin Visited the U.S.
U-2 Incident May 1960 U.S. spy plane shot down over the Soviet Union
The Space Race Competition between USSR and US to control space Kennedy committed to being the first nation to reach the moon
Cuba 1959 – Fidel Castro overthrew the Cuban government His totalitarian regime was supported by the Soviets
Bay of Pigs Secret plan for Cuban exiles (backed by the US) to invade Cuba and remove Castro Many killed or captured when they landed at the Bay of Pigs
Cuban Missile Crisis 1962 – Khrushchev began placing nuclear missiles in Cuba US had placed missiles in Turkey
Cuban Missile Crisis
Oct. 1962 – Kennedy blockaded Cuba to keep Soviet ships carrying missiles from landing Both sides close to war
Cuban Missile Crisis The USSR agreed to remove Soviet missiles from Cuba The US agreed not to invade Cuba
Crisis in Germany 1961 - Khrushchev demanded France, England, and the U.S. withdraw from Berlin Kennedy refused
Problems in Germany Many East Germans escaped communism by fleeing to West Berlin
The Berlin Wall Began building in August 1961 Became a large barrier guarded by barbed wire, machine-gun towers, minefields, dog patrols
The Berlin Wall
American History Chapter 17 Section 2. Flexible Response Kennedy tried to reduce the threat of nuclear war and contain communism. He wanted the option.
Election of John F. Kennedy–Dem. -Richard Nixon Rep. -religious issue -impact of television -Kennedy wins very close election takes a hard line on.
Arms Race Bay of Pigs Cuban Missile Crisis Mr. Doherty / Mrs. T.
Kennedy’s Foreign Policy Chapter 26 Section 2. Words to Know Exile: A person who lives away from his or her home country Quarantine: To isolate, or cut.
JFK and the Cold War Chapter 28 Section 2. Flexibility JFK b/l that Eisenhower had relied too heavily on nuclear weapons JFK b/l that Eisenhower had relied.
Do Now 1) What events might make the US launch nuclear weapons? 2) What do you think the result would be if the US launched nuclear weapons?
JFK AND THE COLD WAR Ch Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Daily goal(s): Understand how JFK responded to Cold War conflicts like the Bay of Pigs, Cuban.
PowerPoint by Mr. Hataway Created February 26, 2003 Revised March 16, 2011 JFK and the Cold War.
Stephanie Fuhrmannek. From , Berlin was divided into 4 sectors. The Soviets controlled one sector and the US, France, and England controlled.
Schedule 1.Do Now/Turn in HW – Discuss Do Now 2.Learning Goals 3.Cold War Introduction – Preview events 4.Cold War Notes at Stations – Space.
Chapter 27. West Berlin was a “Western Island” of prosperity in the midst of a relatively poor East Germany People wanted to escape the Communist.
Page 63 NCSCOS Goal 11. Election of John F. Kennedy–Dem. Senator from Mass. -Richard Nixon Rep. Eisenhower’s VP -religious issue Kennedy Catholic.
Foreign and Domestic Issues Eisenhower and Kennedy.
Kennedy and the Cold War. President John F. Kennedy takes over the Cold War in the 1960’s – The 1960 election changes politics First Roman Catholic president.
President John F. Kennedy The Kennedy Administration.
Arms Race 1945 United States becomes the first country to use the atomic bomb – dropping it on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end WWII 1949 Soviet A-bomb is.
Chapter 29 Section 1 Notes First Half “Kennedy and Foreign Policy” Soviet Union leader Nikita Khrushchev → ← US President John F. Kennedy.
The Cold War Begins! Cold War Europe Stalin and Truman Argue What to do with Defeated Germany? “Bargaining Away” Eastern Europe at Yalta…why?
The Cold War. A look back: Yalta Conference February 1945 Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin Purpose was to discuss Europe's post-war reorganization.
THE BAY OF PIGS 1959: Fidel Castro (a communist and ally of the Soviet Union) came in to power in Cuba The U.S. did not trust Castro and planned to overthrow.
The Cold War Continues: The Arms Race *The U.S. and the Soviet Union were racing for weapon superiority. -Both nations developed the Atomic Bomb -U.S.
The Bay of Pigs Invasion & The Cuban Missile Crisis Kent Korwatch & Dane Wostenberg.
Kennedy Chapter 48 Section 3. Class Starter Write down one question you have about Kennedy’s domestic policies, or the Spectrum.
JFK AND FLEXIBLE RESPONSE JFK is elected president of the U.S. in Flexible Response=JFK’s new military policy. A)Increased spending on nonnuclear.
Events of the Cold War. Destalization Stalin died and new Soviet leader (Khrushchev) wanted to purge Russia of his memory.
CHAPTER 23.2 JFK AND THE COLD WAR. KENNEDY CONFRONTS GLOBAL CHALLENGES AS KENNEDY ENTERED THE WHITE HOUSE, THE NATION’S RIVALRY BETWEEN THE SOVIET UNION.
Kennedy and the Cold War For today, you need a book and a writing utensil Brainstorm the tools that Eisenhower and Truman used to contain the spread of.
Communism and the Cuban Missile Crisis Kennedy’s Presidency.
Describe the international role of the United States from 1945 through 1960 relative to the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the Berlin Blockade, and.
Cold War Part II Page 27 East Germany - especially East Berlin became the focus of the Cold War.
BELL QUIZ: USE PAGES )Who was elected as the 35 th president of the U.S. in 1960? 2)What small country south of Florida had become Communist in.
COLD WAR Mr. Duggan/ world history. DEVELOPMENT OF THE COLD WAR After WW2 Soviet Union and United States emerge as superpowers Suspicious over each.
Kennedy: Bay of Pigs Invasion April 1, Kennedy wins 1960 campaign –Against Communism/ fights for Civil Rights –Inaugural Address “Let every nation.
JFK AND THE COLD WAR Chapter 23, Section 2 By Mr. Bruce Diehl.
Vocabulary exercise and preparation With your table mates complete #1 on the first page of the packet Use the categories: economic and political On the.
USH 17-2 JFK and the Cold War “Flexible Response” – Thought Eisenhower’s “Brinksmanship” too harsh – Built up troops and conventional weapons – Expanded.
Get back into Chapter 20.1 Groups As a group discuss the following question and write your answer on a piece of paper: How well do you think President.
JFK and the Cold War HW Quiz 1.What was the name of JFK ’ s program to give financial aid to Latin American countries? 2.What happened to Cuba ’ s government.
The Cold War Divides the World Ch. 33, Sec. 4 Cuba Advanced World History Adkins.
US Foreign Policy Ch. 22, Sec 3. JFK & LBJ faced many _________________, in addition to domestic ones Cuba- US-supported leader __________.
The Cold War Definition: A period of tension and hostility between the USA and the former Soviet Union from No actual fighting.
COLD WAR QUIZ … 1. Korea – during (and since) the Korean War which part, North or South, was Communist?
The Cold War Goal 10. The Cold War The Cold War is a war of words and actions between the US and Soviet Union. No actual battles take place. It is a race.
Kennedy and The Cold War. The Election of 1960 Fears that US military falling behind USSR Democrat: John F. Kennedy (JFK) Republican: Richard Nixon.
Chapter 12 Section 1. Objectives: By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: 1) Explain the origins of the Cold War 2) Describe major sources.
The Bay of pigs/ The Cuban Missile Crisis BACKGROUND SKIT COMPONENTS -Fulgencio Batista is overthrown by Fidel Castro in Fidel Castro joins alliances.
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.
Kennedy’s Foreign Policy Essential Question What were the key foreign policy challenges the United States faced during the Kennedy administration?
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