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Notes on class # 2 - Class notes # 3 1. Roots of the WWII...

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Class notes # 3 1. Roots of the WWII No unconditional surrender Idealistic vision of collective security Problem of the league of nations: did not include, couldn’t resigned 2. Why did the cold war start? Demand unconditional surrender West wanted the peace Soviets did not want the peace; they took everything from Germany and shipped it east. The problem of the league of nations, they wanted a new institution, the United Nations was proposed Give veto power to the larger powers in the Security Council. Soviets had troops all the way to berlin. Huge disagreement on how Germany should be treated that led to the division of Germany Soviet American disagreement It was all Russia fault! United states had good intentions with the UN West allies were free and the soviets were not US fault: expansionist, Soviet Union was weak and US took advantage. Threatened the soviet. Blame people: Truman was not a good president for this. Very harsh language to
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