The Cold War and American Society Test Review
Era of confrontation and competition between the United States and the Soviet Union which lasted from about 1946 to 1990.
Meeting where leaders agreed to recognize the Polish government that the Soviets set up.
This declaration asserted “the right of all people to choose the form of government under which they will live”
The Communist countries of Eastern Europe came to be called ___________nations.
This is what Winston Churchill called the division between the Communist nations of Eastern Europe and the West.
This meeting took place in July 1945 to work out a deal on Germany. The Soviets were convinced that they needed reparations from Germany.
Cable message sent by George Kennan about his views of the Soviet’s goals.
Keeping communism within its present territory through the use of diplomatic, economic, and military actions.
Economic aid given to Turkey and Greece to prevent the spread of communism there.
$12 billion was given in U.S. aid to rebuild European countries after WWII.
A time when rumors and accusations of Communists in the United States and of Communist infiltration of the government.
Established by President Truman in 1947, this program was intended to screen all federal employees.
This was formed in 1938 to investigate both Communist and Fascist activities in the United States.
The FBI director who encouraged HUAC to hold public hearings on Communist subversion.
Time editor and former Communist Party member who testified that several government officials were also former Communists or spies.
Government official who was accused of taking secret documents from the State Department.
The project where American cryptographers were able to crack the Soviet spy code of the time, enabling them to read approximately 3,000 messages between Moscow and the United States collected during the Cold War.
What organizations at the state and local level began their own efforts to find Communists?
Screenwriters who were called to testify before HUAC who used their 5th Amendment right to protect themselves from self-incrimination, and refused to testify.