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World War II, including political boundary changes, the formation of the United Nations, and the Marshall Plan
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Va sol standard 12 What were the political, economic, and social consequences of World War ii?Va sol standard 12 What were the political, economic, and social consequences of World War ii?
The end of World War II found Soviet forces occupying most of Eastern and Central Europe and the eastern portion of Germany
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Cold war, and describing the truman doctrineCold war, and describing the truman doctrine
The Cold War set the framework for global politics for 45 years after the end of World War II. It also influenced American domestic politics, the conduct of foreign affairs, and the role of the government in the economy after 1945
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Canada & the Cold War Cloze Notes The Cold WarCanada & the Cold War Cloze Notes The Cold War
During World War II the United States and Soviet Union were allied. Following the defeat of Nazi Germany relations between the two “ ” worsened
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The domino theory, which governed much of U. S. foreign policy beginning in the early 1950s, held that a communist victory in one nation would quickly lead to a chain reaction of communist takeovers in neighboring statesThe domino theory, which governed much of U. S. foreign policy beginning in the early 1950s, held that a communist victory in one nation would quickly lead to a chain reaction of communist takeovers in neighboring states
War (1954-75). In fact, the American failure to prevent a communist victory in Vietnam had much less of a global impact than had been assumed by the domino theory
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Virginia Standards of Learning Workbook Virginia and United States History Virginia Standards of Learning Workbook Virginia and United States History 
Demonstrate knowledge of United States foreign policy since World War II by describing outcomes of World War II, including political boundary changes, the formation of the United Nations, and the Marshall Plan
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Ethics and The Vietnam War: The Quandary of Ethical Judgement in Historical AnalysisEthics and The Vietnam War: The Quandary of Ethical Judgement in Historical Analysis
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Christian studies department by wyatt bulgrien hillsdale, michiganChristian studies department by wyatt bulgrien hillsdale, michigan
A thesis submitted to the department of christian studies in candidacy for the degree of bachelor of the arts
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2016 vvaa vietnam war history competition briefing notes2016 vvaa vietnam war history competition briefing notes
The well-being of history lies in the telling for unless the story is transmitted across the generations it is lost”
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Cultural shifts, changing relationships: australia and the united statesCultural shifts, changing relationships: australia and the united states
Americanisation of popular culture created the conditions in which American investment and military alliances were accepted without popular opposition”’
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Perceptions of Communism in Australia Reception and Rejection Robert m V dickPerceptions of Communism in Australia Reception and Rejection Robert m V dick
The Communist Party Dissolution Act 1950 was probably the most contentious piece of legislation ever passed by an Australian Parliament. The Government’s actions underscore the power of their perceptions of what Communism meant
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Shifting alliances the whole world should adopt the American systemShifting alliances the whole world should adopt the American system
Us foreign policy initia­tives. As a small state, it felt its particular economic interests and regional ambitions stifled by the predominance of American power and influence in the Asia-Pacific area
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Grade level: 6-8 subject area: U. S. History creditGrade level: 6-8 subject area: U. S. History credit
Sandy and Jay Lamb, history and social studies teachers at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia
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The berlin wallThe berlin wall
Western "fascists" from entering E. Germany and sabotaging the communist state. The wall’s real purpose was to stem the tide of defections from East to West Berlin
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The Berlin Wall: The Partitioning of BerlinThe Berlin Wall: The Partitioning of Berlin
That night, ecstatic crowds swarmed the wall. Some crossed freely into West Berlin, while others brought hammers and picks and began to chip away at the wall itself. To this day
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