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APUSH Kaplan April 27, 2007 Chapter 28 Outline: p. 807-819 I. The Cold War Begins A. The Division of Europe 1. Soviets wanted loyal governments in the Balkans and Eastern Europe 2. U.S. and Britain pushed for national self-determination, free elections 3. Stalin creates a series of satellite governments (Iron Curtain), Germany is divided into Soviet and French, American, British zones 4. The West wants unification of Germany but Soviets communize area 5. Division of Europe was inevitable because both sides were unwilling to give up lands freed by their armies B. Withholding Economic Aid 1. Russia’s industrialization progress had been destroyed a. The U.S. thought that they could use promises of economic aid to gain power 2. Lend-Lease and loans did not provide significant aid to Soviets a. It took them years to rebuild their economy 3. Refusal of economic aid convinced Soviets of western hostility and rivalry C. The Atomic Dilemma 1. Soviets wanted atomic bond to counter America’s monopoly on atomic weaponry, begin a program by 1943, diplomatically they call
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