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Cold War Events.

U.S History

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How was the Korean War a form of Soviet Aggression? North Korea invaded South Korea unexpectely that caused the United States to enter the Korean War.
How was the Space Race a form of Containment? The United States believed the Soviet Union would launch missles from space so they sped up their space equipment after the launch of Sputnik.
Who were the two involved in the Cold War? The United States & Soviet Union, that went against their econimic systems.
What does N.A.T.O stand for? North Atlantic Treaty Organization, that was created to stop the spread of communism.
What was the Berlin Airlift? The Berlin Airlift was when the United States sent planes carrying supplies to Germany after the Soviet Union blocked off supply routes.
Why was the Berlin Airlift important? Because it shows how the Soviet Union blocked off supply routes.
Created by: Amber080912