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10th Grade Chapter27

Cold War and Post War Changes (1945-1970)

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In the 30 years after WWII, which area was most influenced by the Soviet Union? Eastern Eruope
Prior to the 1980’s, the Emphasis of the Five-Year Plans in the Soviet Union was on heavy industry. One result was the scarcity of consumer goods.
The invasion of Hungary in 1956 by the Soviet Union and the building of the Berlin Wall in 1961 are examples of Cold War Era conflicts.
The Soviet Union’s reaction to the 1968 revolt in Czechoslovakia was to send Soviet troops to occupy Czechoslovakia.
Blockade of Berlin, Operation of the Berlin Airlift, Organization of the Warsaw Pact and Construction of the Berlin Wall are examples of situations that increased tensions between communist and democratic nations in Europe.
Which event illustrates the policy of containment? naval blockade of Cuba (1962)
“Korea Divided at 38th Parallel,” “Hungarian Revolution Crushed “Missiles Sites Spotted in Cuba” contributes to tensions between the superpowers.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was initially formed to defend Western Europe from Soviet aggression.
Berlin blockade, Cuban missile crisis and the Vietnam War describe Cold War Confrontations.
Who forcibly took power in Cuba? Fidel Castro
The Truman Doctrine and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) were United States response to the communist’s threat after WWII.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Korean War are examples of attempts to prevent the spread of communists’ power.
After WWII, the United States provided financial aid to West Germany, Turkey, and Greece because these nations were facing possible communist threats.
The purpose of the Marshall Plan was to provide for economic recovery in Western Europe.
During the 1960’s and 1970’s, the primary reason for the United States involvement in Southeast Asia was to stop the spread of communism.
Signing of the Warsaw Pact, Creation of Soviet satellites states, Berlin blockade, and Cuban missile crisis are events of the Cold War.
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