Cold War Ideology and Policies

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1 Cold War Ideology and Policies Cold War Ideology and Policies Rebecca McDaniel HIS 135 1-10-10 Wendy Payan
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2 Cold War Ideology and Policies 1. Many wartime alliances changed drastically at the end of World War II. Most of the power before the end of World War II was in Europe. The end of the war saw Europe struggling to rebuild and recover both economically and politically. The power had instead shifted to the United States, and the Soviet Union. After the war the Soviet Union was no longer an ally, but an enemy. The focus shifted to a Cold War between the United States, and the Soviet Union. This was basically a politically based war, which saw the focus on the struggle between democracy and communism. Europe became an ally to the United Stated and together they started NATO (North American Treaty Organization). Many other countries then became involved such as Norway, Iceland, Great Britain, France, West Germany, Netherlands, France, Italy, Portugal, and Turkey. Stalin then went on the
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course AXIA COLLE All taught by Professor Unk during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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