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Explain the Truman Doctrine 100
that the US would attempt to contain Communism and aid countries against “ armed minorities ” and “ outside pressure ” 100
When French, British & US controlled West Germany was unified, the USSR responded with blockading West Berlin. …How did the US respond? 200
Berlin Airlift 200
Why was communism largely developed in many Eastern European countries after WWII? 300
Soviets occupied Eastern Europe after WWII and wanted a buffer zone/set up their own puppet communist governments 300
This economic reform plan called for massive spending in Western Europe, and the reasons why 400
Marshall Plan; New markets, strong/stable democracies that can oppose Communist threat 400
Truman authorized the building of the H-bomb largely in response to 500
The Soviet exploding of an A-bomb 500
This man won the popular support of the Chinese people, but failed to gain the support of the US 100
Mao Zedong 100
Although supported by the US, this man ’ s government was corrupt and weak 200
Chiang Kai-Shek 200
The Nationalists fled here, and was recognized as the true Chinese government by the US and UN for several years 300
Taiwan (Formosa) 300
Why was the Soviet Union unable to use its veto power on the UN security council to prevent military action against its ally North Korea? 400
At the time, the USSR was boycotting the UN for not recognizing Mao Zedong as the true leader of China 400
In the Chinese Civil War, which leader controlled which part of the country 500
Mao Zedong in the North Chiang Kai-Shek in the South 500
What was the line that divided the the Korean Nations? 100
38 th parallel (Japanese forces in Korea surrender to US and USSR forces) 100
List the forces fighting in Korea (both sides) 200
South Korea and UN (led by the US) v. North Korea and Communist China 200
This man argued for an extension of the Korean War into China, and this man fired him for criticizing his authority 300
MacArthur and Truman 300
This city changed hands at least four times during the war, but survived to become South Korea ’ s capital 400
The N. Korean troops pushed the S. Korean troops all the way to ____________, before the UN intervened with a landing at _____________ and pushed the Communist forces all the way to _______________________ 500
Pusan, Inchon, Yalu River 500
The Senator who claimed he possessed lists of known Communists in the State Department was 100
Joe McCarthy 100
Explain McCarthyism 200
Communist witch hunt in America where people were accused without proof and asked to give up other communists to save themselves 200
This committee pressured the film industry to blacklist many popular, but uncooperative actors/directors, accusing them of being communists 300
This African American actor, athlete and activist lost his career over Communist sympathies 400
Paul Robeson 400
This was a group of actors/directors who refused to cooperate with the HUAC 500
The Hollywood 10 500
The Middle East became a region of concern, and under the protection of US foreign policy under this president 100
Name two high profile cases resulting from the internal witch hunts 200
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg; Alger Hiss 200
This policy was adopted by Dulles and hinged on MAD (Mutually assured Destruction) 300
2.This was established to protect the US and European allies from Soviet attacks. 1.This was the Soviet response to the rearmament of West Germany 400
NATO; Warsaw Pact 400
This soviet leader authorized Soviet action in Hungary in 1956 500
Nikita Khruschev 500
THE COLD WAR HEATS UP Unit 10 – Topic 2. A. Berlin Airlift ( ) Stalin ordered a blockade of West Berlin (inside Soviet- controlled East Germany)
Chapter 16 review Cold War and Korea. Containment-policy of preventing the spread of Communism formulated by George Kennan Communism- economic system.
American History Chapter 15 Section 2
Post World War 2 Rise of the Cold War.
I. Post-WWII outcomes? 1) United Nations- formed near end of WWII as a body of nations to prevent future global wars. What organization had been formed.
U.S. History Chapter 18 United Nations On April 25, 1945 the representatives of 50 nations met in SF to establish a new peacekeeping body. Currently meets.
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.
The Cold War Heats Up. Marshall Plan Program of American economic assistance to Western Europe Begun in 1947 Developed by Sec of State George.
The Cold War Trace the reasons that the wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union unraveled. Explain how President.
SOVIET UNION VS THE UNITED STATES The Cold War. The End of World War 2 As the war was ending cracks in the Grand Alliance were beginning to grow. USSR.
US History II Chapter 26 – Cold War Conflicts Section 2 – The Cold War Heats Up.
Section 2: The Cold War Heats Up
Beginning of the Cold War Review Book: Unit 6, Section 2.
THE COLD WAR KEY TERMS CONTAINMENT IRON CURTAIN SATELLITE NATION IDEOLOGY SUPERPOWER ARMS RACE TRUMAN DOCTRINE MARSHALL PLAN.
COLD WAR. ESSENTIAL QUESTION What was the Cold War?
Start of the Cold War Post World War II. Europe in million dead Cities are destroyed Economies are in ruins Massive migration of people.
Chapter 18: Cold War Conflicts Section 2: Origins of the Cold War.
Getting to California Mao Zedong – Chinese communist leader who gained power in 1949 to establish The People’s Republic of China Taiwan – small island.
The Early Cold War Legacy of WWII Wartime Confrences Casablanca/Tehran Yalta Eastern Europe Soviet assistance with Japan United Nations Potsdam.
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