Cold War final

Cold War final - Cold War Christie Paige In fear of Adolf...

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Cold War Christie Paige In fear of Adolf Hitler’s wrath of Communism spreading globally after World War II, United States and the Soviet Union began to stand firm and gather resources to gain power against one another known as the “Cold War”. Trailing from World War II the United States and the Soviet Union tried to see eye to eye although after a couple of years in 1945 it was decided that they could not come to common grounds. Both continued their distrust for one another, secretly each began to build their alliances and enhance their military stance through nuclear weapons. Along with alliances and strengthening military location became a major part of the Cold War. When World War II ended the United States had security zones set up in Western Germany while the Soviet Union contained the east both realized location was going to be key in this political disagreement. Both the United States and Soviet Union on opposite sides of Germany the next best move was to centralize, before the other. Taking any advantage possible, America revoked the Lend-Lease act taking away postwar assistance in addition boycotted Russia. During this time frame America learned a lot about its strength and weaknesses in foreign policy. The Cold War began as a game of Risk, each team winning allies and taking over land. Instead of
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