Nov 4th Lecture - Cold War-2-099

Nov 4th Lecture - Cold War-2-099 - Truman Doctrine, 1947...

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The Cold War Containment:  From the Truman Doctrine through the Korean War Who started the Cold War? What started the Cold War? Was the Cold War an inevitable conflict between two empires, each with security  concerns and each with different goals for the larger world, OR Was the Cold war the result of misunderstandings and miscalculations—the US  of the USSR and the USSR of the US? George Kennan’s “Long Telegram,”  1946
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Unformatted text preview: Truman Doctrine, 1947 Marshall Plan, 1948 Berlin Airlift, 1948 NATO, 1949 1949: Peoples Republic of China USSR detonates atomic bomb Red Scare at home NSC-68, 1950 Korean War, 1950-53 6/25/1950, NK invades SK Trumans response UN response Inchon Landing UN Counteroffensive into North Korea Chinese offensive Armistice: 7/27/1943...
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