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History Unit 1

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State one feature of a 'cold' war. No physical fighting; Indirect fighting between two enemies; An arms race; Trade embargoes; Pacts and Agreements; Blockades
The Cold War was a war of Ideologies, what were they? Communism and Capitalism
Define 'Communism'. Ideology supported in the East which stated that: everyone should be equal with no classes; the government owned businesses and controlled the press; controlled economy; money shared equally; one party government
Define 'Capitalism'. Ideology supported in the West which states that: privately owned firms; two party government; free economy; great difference in wealth but majority are well off
Which countries made up the 'uneasy' wartime alliance? Great Britain, America, USSR
Who was their 'common enemy'? Hitler and Nazi Germany
Name three wartime conferences in the correct chronological order. Tehran (1943), Yalta (1945) and Potsdam (1945)
What did they agree upon in the Tehran Conference? 'Sphere of Influence' where parts of Europe were communist and the other parts were Capitalist to prevent any conflict between the two ideologies.
What did they disagree upon in the Tehran Conference? They made no plans for the future of Germany - Stalin wanted to punish Germany through reparations but Churchill and Roosevelt disagreed as they wanted a peaceful and prosperous Europe with Germany included.
What did they agree upon in the Yalta Conference?
Created by: JenniferPretty