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Example Question: Who won the world series last year? San Francisco Giants
The ____ decided not to cooperate with the investigation into whether American Film industry had been influenced by communists Hollywood Ten
True or False: The Soviets successfully took over West Berlin after a blockade which forced the U.S. to withdrew from the city. False
This is an organization created after WWII in order to resolve International conflicts. United Nations
This U.S. aid program was meant to rebuild Europe after WWII. Marshall Plan
This defensive military alliance was the first military alliance that the U.S. entered during peacetime. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
True or False: A Hungarian rebellion in 1956 successfully overthrew and replaced a pro Soviet Union regime False: Soviets intervened and put down the rebellion
This term refers to the indirect but hostile conflict between the U.S. and the Soviet Union that began at the end of WWII The Cold War
He was the leader of the Chinese Communists. Mao Zedong
Where did the Chinese Nationalists retreat to at the end of the Chinese Civil War? Taiwan
Where is the boundary between North and South Korea The 38 th parallel
This policy was intended to defend the Middle East against an attack by any communist country. Eisenhower Doctrine
Countries in Eastern Europe entered into this military alliance with the Soviet Union Warsaw Pact
The policy of the U.S. to show its willingness to go to the brink of nuclear war is called Brinkmanship
As secretary of state he proposed the U.S. declare its intention to use massive retaliation against any aggression John Foster Dulles
This group’s covert actions helped to topple governments in countries like Iran. CIA
The Cold War policy of this President was based on less spending on the traditional military and more spending on nuclear weapons and covert ops. Dwight Eisenhower
True or False : Douglas McArthur was fired by Harry Truman after McArthur continuously attacked Truman for not expanding the war in Korea into China. True
Which famous politician stated in a speech after WWII that an iron curtain had descended over Eastern Europe. Winston Churchill
The policy of the U.S. to help free country’s resist aggression from outside influences or armed minorities is known as… Truman Doctrine
True or False: Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were two Americans that were convicted of spying for the Soviets and sentenced to death True
The Truman Doctrine was outlined in a speech asking congress for money to support the governments of Turkey and _______ Greece
George Marshall was convicted of perjury after being accused of spying for the Soviet Union False: Alger Hiss
This U.S. Senator accused people of being communist without any evidence. Joe McCarthy
Which country intervened in the Korean war on the side of the North? China
This policy was proposed by George Kennan and stated that the U.S. should try and prevent the spread of communism. Containment
This is the theory that if one nation falls to communism, the other nations in the region will too. Domino Theory
Chaing Kai-Shek was the leader of South Korea during the Korean War. False: He was the leader of the Chinese Nationalist
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
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.
Cold War The Early Years. Cold War Containing Communism – Americans were supporting the rebuilding of Europe – Hope that relations with Soviets could.
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.
Post WWII. The United Nations -Plans began at the Yalta Conference -International Peacekeeping organization -General Assembly & Security council -10 Members.
Early Years of the Cold War Yalta Conference –Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt –Germany divided –Poland “free elections” United Nations.
Do Now Turn in your DBQ to the front desk What is containment?
The Cold War Trace the reasons that the wartime alliance between the United States and the Soviet Union unraveled. Explain how President.
The Cold War State of tension and hostility between the United States and the Soviet Union because of differences in political and economic philosophies.
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.
Cold War A conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union in which neither nation directly confronted the other on the battlefield.
Post War Europe Asian Threats Korea McCarthyism Cold.
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.
Start of the Cold War Post World War II. Europe in million dead Cities are destroyed Economies are in ruins Massive migration of people.
The Truman Years The Cold War. The Cold War Time of suspicion, hostility, & competition between USA & USSR.
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.
What countries were called “super powers” following WWII?
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