EastEur - Isolation Eastern Europe Political Reorganization...

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Europe During the Cold War Eastern Europe
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Eastern Europe Key Issues Economic Recovery Political Reorganization
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Eastern Europe Economic Recovery No Marshall Plan aid Reparations to Soviet Union (E. Germany) Enforced economic unity Communist central planning Industrialization projects
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Eastern Europe Economic Recovery General developments Rapid growth of industrialization Dramatic early growth rates Standard of living > Soviet Union (E. Germany, Czechoslovakia) Short-lived success
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Eastern Europe Political Reorganization Establishment of Soviet-dominated regimes Soviet political manipulation Soviet-style Communism Creation of Warsaw Pact (1955) Counter to NATO
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Eastern Europe Political Reorganization Resisting Soviet Control Yugoslavia Alternative to Soviet Communism Albania
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Unformatted text preview: Isolation Eastern Europe Political Reorganization Resisting Soviet Control Yugoslav communism Marshall Tito (Josip Broz) Less centrally-controlled system Localized worker control over factories Greater political freedoms Eastern Europe Political Reorganization Other efforts to challenge soviet dominance East Germany, 1953 Hungary, 1956 Czechoslovakia, 1968 All defeated by Soviet Union Eastern Europe Political Reorganization The case of East Germany Most economically developed region of E. Europe Central to the Cold War struggle The strange situation of Berlin The division of Berlin Berlin as a flashpoint Conflicts 1948-1949 and 1961 The Berlin Wall (1961)...
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