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The conference started on 12th January 1919, none of the defeated powers attended. The main decisions were to be made by the ‘Big Three’, Wilson, Clemenceau and Lloyd George. They all had very different aims going into the conference
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Section 4 – Causes of the Cold War Explain why there was an uprising in Hungary in 1956. (12 marks)Section 4 – Causes of the Cold War Explain why there was an uprising in Hungary in 1956. (12 marks)
There was an uprising in Hungary in 1956 because the people were unhappy. They did not have a successful leader. The people were standing up for themselves and were fighting against communism. They realised ti was weak and they felt the need
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The hungarian uprising 1956 what was hungary like between 1945 and 1955?The hungarian uprising 1956 what was hungary like between 1945 and 1955?
Between 1945 and 1956 the communist puppet government in Hungary removed all opposition and run the country on Soviet lines
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What was hungary like between 1945 and 1955?What was hungary like between 1945 and 1955?
Between 1945 and 1956 the communist puppet government in Hungary removed all opposition and run the country on Soviet lines
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Hungary, 1956 Berlin, 1961 Czechoslovakia, 1968Hungary, 1956 Berlin, 1961 Czechoslovakia, 1968
East Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Albania with the ussr. Khrushchev was clearly tying the countries of the eastern bloc in a military alliance
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Questions from Previous EditionsQuestions from Previous Editions
Many instructors may still be teaching some of this information from previous editions and thus, we felt it was useful to maintain these questions in the computerized test bank
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