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Unit 8a global Conflicts 1914 to wwiiUnit 8a global Conflicts 1914 to wwii
Alliance – an association to further common interests of the members and in this context, nations
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Unit 8b specificities global Issues, Post World War II (1945) to the PresentUnit 8b specificities global Issues, Post World War II (1945) to the Present
Causes and effects of important turning points in world history from 1914 to the present
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Berlin Airlift BackgroundBerlin Airlift Background
The Truman administration reacted with a continual daily airlift which brought much needed food and supplies into the city of West Berlin
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Activity #1: The Berlin BlockadeActivity #1: The Berlin Blockade
Soviet blockade of West Berlin. When you are finished you will be assigned a partner. With that partner you will conduct a silent debate on whether President Truman should evacuate American forces in West Berlin
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The Berlin Airlift: The Partitioning of BerlinThe Berlin Airlift: The Partitioning of Berlin
Germany’s territories. The agreements split the defeated nation into four “allied occupation zones”: They gave the eastern part of the country to the Soviet Union and the Western part to the U. S. and Great Britain
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Background to the Berlin AirliftBackground to the Berlin Airlift
West Berlin. This Berlin Airlift lasted until the end of September of 1949, after the Soviet government gave up their plans to take control of West Berlin and lifted the blockade
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Social Studies NameSocial Studies Name
The Allied leaders, Winston Churchill (Britain), Franklin D. Roosevelt (usa) and Joseph Stalin (ussr), pictured at the Yalta Conference
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Chapter 29: The Cold War Era and the Emergence of a New EuropeChapter 29: The Cold War Era and the Emergence of a New Europe
Two set of international political relationships have shaped the experience of Europe
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The Cold War Study Guide Name: DateThe Cold War Study Guide Name: Date
How were the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War connected?
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The Start of the Cold War (1945 – 1949) CapitalismThe Start of the Cold War (1945 – 1949) Capitalism
Communist Party controlled every aspect of life in the country. Both sides distrusted and feared the intentions of the other side
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Chapter 39: The Cold War ExpandsChapter 39: The Cold War Expands
United States and the Soviet Union were deeply involved in the Cold War. A key weapon in the struggle between the superpowers was espionage
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Origins of the Cold WarOrigins of the Cold War
A war without direct conflict between the U. S
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Cpwh final Exam Review Game (Units 8-14) Multiple ChoiceCpwh final Exam Review Game (Units 8-14) Multiple Choice
The usa’s plan to provide massive aid for economic recovery after World War II was called the
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Cold War Marshall PlanCold War Marshall Plan
Soviet Union to spread communism there. This plan was a noteworthy extension of the Truman Doctrine, which pledged aid to countries (initially Turkey and Greece) for resisting communism
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Guide to: thirteen daysGuide to: thirteen days
Cold War. The U. S. has caught the Russians secretly installing nuclear missiles on the island of Cuba. President John F. Kennedy convenes a team of advisors to help him decide how to respond
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