12_Cold War Abroad PPT

12_Cold War Abroad PPT - 9/1/2010 Its going to be a cold...

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9/1/2010 1 “It’s going to be a cold winter”: The Cold War Abroad The Cold War Abroad The Cold War encompassed more than an ideological show- down between the US and USSR. It was a global phenomenon. For example, this cartoon depicting Stalin and Soviet aggression is French. One of the major outcomes of Yalta was the charter meeting of the United Nations 1945 Stalin: global peace impossible “under the capitalist development of the world economy” Ideological Diplomacy Kennan: US policy based on “long-term, patient but firm and vigorous containment”
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9/1/2010 2 Communist strongholds in Greek civil war, 1946-47 Truman Doctrine of aid to such nations launched declaration of “war” Marshall Plan: Humanitarian aid + communist aversion + expanded markets = $13 billion 1948-51 1950
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9/1/2010 3 China’s communist revolution expands & intensifies the Cold War 38 th Parallel 1950 invasion of South Korea launched Korean War
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4 1950 MacArthur’s public insistence on invading China got him fired 1951 talks maintain 38 th parallel . . .but fighting continues until 1953 1953. . .
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course AMH 2020 taught by Professor minor during the Fall '11 term at Santa Fe College.

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12_Cold War Abroad PPT - 9/1/2010 Its going to be a cold...

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