Reason for the Cold War - Toward the concluding stage of World War II another war was pursued This war was referred to as the Cold War and it endured

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Toward the concluding stage of World War II, another war was pursued. This war was referred to as the Cold War and it endured from 1945-1991. In spite of the fact that it was marked as the "Cold War," no genuine battles were ever fought. The Cold War was a clash between the United States and the USSR, who had been partners at the time of World War II on the Alliance powers. In any case, the USSR disdained the United States, incompletely because of their delayed entry into the war which the USSR assumed brought about the fatality of a large number of Russians. Americans had for some time been careful about Soviet socialism and worried about Russian pioneer Joseph Stalin's oppressive, savage run of his own nation ("Cold War"). A number of issues prompted to enormous doubt and disdain as the World War had arrived at the concluding phase in the interest of the Soviet Union. The United States did not rely on Joseph Stalin and his overbearing methods of running his own nation. After the war Soviet

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