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POLITICAL OF THE COLD WAR Kisha Bonner Southern New Hampshire University
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POLITICAL OF THE COLD WAR The two events from the timeline I chose to analyze was the exploding of the hydrogen bomb or H-bomb. Both the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics exploded a hydrogen bomb. The United States exploded a hydrogen bomb in 1952 and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics exploded a hydrogen bomb in 1953. Both of these events contributed to and added increased tensions to the cold war. The cause of the United State first exploding the hydrogen bomb had a lot to do with the fact that the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics had a lot of success in the setting off of the atomic bomb a few years earlier. The United States created the hydrogen bomb to reach a new level in atomic bombs, they wanted a thermonuclear bomb. The hydrogen bomb was much more than the United States had expected it to be, it was over a thousand times the power of the other nuclear bombs.
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