Chapter 35. The Cold War Begins, 1945-1952. Yalta: Bargain or Betrayal?. Yalta conference (February 1945): Final fateful conference of Big Three, at former tsarist resort on Black Sea Stalin, Churchill and fast-failing Roosevelt Momentous agreements and plans:
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World War II (WW2) was a global military conflict which involved a majority of the world's nations, including all of the great powers, organised into two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis.
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Unit 11: The Cold War. Essential Understandings. 1) 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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Foreign Policy. Test #7. What is foreign policy ?. Stands and actions that a nation takes in regard to its relationship with other nations. 3 Branches of Government & Foreign Policy. The Legislature Senate ratifies ( confirms) treaties with other countries by a 2/3 vote The Executive
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The Cold War. SOL WHII.12. Competition between the United States and the U.S.S.R. laid the foundation for the Cold War. KGB Statue Comes Down.
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The Space and Nuclear Arms Race. Events Leading to the Space and Nuclear Arms Race. World War II ended in 1945 and the Cold War began The Cold War was a political competition between the United States and the U.S.S.R. in which the two countries fought for military leadership
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The Holocaust. Question. What are examples in History, in which people were discriminated against, hated because of their race, religion or political ties? Discuss with a partner what it means to discriminate against?. Pyramid of Hate.
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The End of the Cold War and After. 1989-Present. The End of the Cold War. Causes Soviet Union unable to keep up with the West Mikhail Gorbachev (1985-1991). The End of the Cold War. Glasnost Perestroika Results. The End of the Cold War. Unrest in Eastern Europe Poland
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Japanese Invasion of China (1937). Japanese invasion of China (1937). Second Sino-Japanese War . In July 1937, Japan captured the former Chinese imperial capital of Beijing after instigating the Marco Polo Bridge Incident , which culminated in the Japanese campaign to invade all of China.
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Who benefited from the Marshall Plan ?. MS. LARSEN FLINN MIDDLE SCHOOL ROCKFORD, IL. U.S. fears following WWII. Spread of communism Return of the Great Depression. Soviet Communist Threat To U.S and Western Europe Following WWII. Western European Conditions HUNGER POVERTY DESPAIR.
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Two Superpowers Face Off Former Allies Diverge The Soviet Union Corrals Eastern Europe United States Counters Soviet Expansion The Cold War and a Divided World. Chapter 17-1. Former Allies Diverge.
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Defense and Foreign Policy. The U.S. vs. the Soviet Union. Conventional conflicts include: the Korean Conflict Vietnam Afghanistan Nuclear Arms Race Cuban Missile Crisis. Are we safer since 1991?. Other "hot spots" include: Iraq/Iran North Korea
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