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europe 3 v

europe 3

taiga A forest of evergreen trees growing south of the tundra of Russia
steppe A wide, flat grassland region that stretches from Ukraine across southern Russia (to Kazakhstan)
czar (ZAHR) Emperor of the former Russian Empire
superpowers powerful countries
Cold War Rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union that lasted from the 1940s to the early 1990s
communism An economic system where the government owns property and labor
light industry Industry that focuses on the production of lightweight goods (such as clothing)
heavy industry Industry that usually involves manufacturing based on metals
habitation fog A fog caused by fumes and smoke trapped over Siberian cities by very cold weather
icebreakers Ships that can break up the ice of frozen waterways, allowing other ships to pass through them
Created by: orscholl