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8/27/11 The Cold War (1945-1989) Aman Masoomi GOVT 312L DR. Dennis Summer 2011 University of Texas at Austin
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8/27/11 Ideological and diplomatic war between U.S. and Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.) Weapons Threat of war Covert support of friendly regimes Moral rebuke Economic sanctions, boycotts, etc. I. Overview
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8/27/11 Original interpretation—Soviets at Fault New Left of the Sixties—U.S. at fault Recent—both sides at fault Historiography (Interpretation)
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8/27/11 Bolshevik Revolution (1917) Red Scare (1919) World War II Allies by necessity Second Front Controversy (1941-1943) Stalin v. FDR and Churchill Eastern Front II. Pre-Cold War Relations
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8/27/11 Agreements Charter for United Nations Divide Germany Punish high ranking Nazis Disagreements Eastern Europe left unresolved Yalta (Feb 1945)
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8/27/11 Truman instead of FDR Clement Atlee instead of Churchill Germany had surrendered No need for alliance anymore Previous agreements affirmed No agreement on Eastern Europe Potsdam (July 1945)
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8/27/11 like two big dogs chewing on an bone Iron
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