HIS 200---7-4 Historical Analysis Essay Progress Check 3.docx - Running head PROGRESS CHECK 3 7-4 Historical Analysis Essay Progress Check 3 Katina

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Running head: PROGRESS CHECK 3 1 7-4 Historical Analysis Essay Progress Check 3 Katina Taylor Southern New Hampshire University 08/19/2018
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PROGRESS CHECK 3 2 After dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and ending of World War II there has been made a drastic change in the international relationships. The Cold War at that time was mainly between the two dominant powers such as United States and the Russia. This cold war was based on nuclear arsenal development as well as an ongoing military development, economic competition and the political conflict between Russia and the United States. This war was fundamentally characterized by dis-trust and fear between the allies (“Office of the Historian” n.d.). The ideologies of the allies remained the same with each side putting criticism after they defeated Nazi’s under the Hitler. There was a clear fact revealed in the Potsdam conference that Stalin and President Truman could not reach on an agreement of withdrawing military forces from Central and the Eastern Europe. Stalin had rejected the suggestion of Truman to conduct
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