Lecture outline. Cold War

Lecture outline. Cold War - Cold War 1. What is the Cold...

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Cold War 1. What is the Cold War? 2. Factors that brought the Cold war about - WWII and emergence of two new super powers: USA and USSR - Disappearance of the Nazi threat as one of the main reasons for cooperation among the USSR and its WWII allies - Ideological differences between the USSR and its former allies - WWII and political division of Europe: 3. Who is to blame? 4. The Cold war: - WWII and the emergence of the Communist block in Europe - Division of Germany, 1949: West German Federal Republic (West Germany) vs. German Democratic Republic (East Germany) - Rivalry in the Mediterranean and the Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan of economic aid for Europe - Growth of military alliances (NATO, Warsaw pact, CENTO, SEATO) 5. Nuclear arms race 6. Rivalry in Asia and the domino effect: China, North Korea, North Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos 7. Space age and the new stage in the arms race Soviet firsts in the space exploration: - first artificial satellite “Sputnik”, 1957 - first satellite with an animal aboard, 1957
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course HIST 102 taught by Professor Osokina during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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Lecture outline. Cold War - Cold War 1. What is the Cold...

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