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Chapter 18

10th Grade The Cold War

United Nations 50 nations came together to establish this new peacekeeping Charter establishing the UN
Satellite Nations countries dominated by the Soviet Union
Containment taking measures to prevent any extension of communist rule to other countries
Iron Curtain came to stand for the division of Europe
Cold War a conflict between the US and the Soviet Union in which neither nation directly confronted the other on the battlefield
Truman Doctrine he declared that "it must be the policy of the US to support free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugating by armed minorities or by outside pressures
Marshall Plan the US provide aid to all European nations that needed it
Berlin Airlift to fly food and supplies into West Berlin
Korean War surprise attack on South Korea
black list people whom they condemned for having a Communist background
Alger Hiss former communist spy
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg minor activists in the American Communist Party
Joseph McCarthy a Republican from Wisconsin
H-Bomb a bomb with 1 million tons of TNT
Warsaw Pact linked the Soviet Union would allow flights over Eastern European countries
Eisenhower Doctrine the US would defend the Middle East against an attack by any communist country
U2-Incident the 1960s opened with tension between the two superpowers as great as ever
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