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Unformatted text preview: EUROPE AT THE END OF WWII EUROPE AT THE END OF WWII THE ORIGIN OF THE COLD WAR THE THE YALTA CONFERENCE THE (February 4-11, 1945) “FREE AND UNFETTERED” FREE ELECTIONS IN EASTERN EUROPE (1945-7) EUROPE COMMUNIST VICTORY COMMUNIST (ROMANIA, BULGARIA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, POLAND) POLAND) COMMUNIST DEFEAT COMMUNIST (HUNGARY) (HUNGARY) CHURCHILL’S SPEECH AT CHURCHILL’S WESTMINSTER COLLEGE, FULTON, MO (March 5, 1946) 1946) THE “IRON CURTAIN” THE THE COLD WAR IN ASIA THE COLD WAR IN EUROPE THE TRUMAN DOCTRINE (MARCH 12, TRUMAN 1947) 1947) $ 400 MILLION (ASSISTANCE FOR 400 GREECE AND TURKEY) GREECE THE MARSHALL PLAN (JUNE 5, THE 1947) 1947) BY 1952 ($ 13 BILLION BY APPROPRIATED) THE “MOLOTOV PLAN” (1947-9) THE COUNCIL ON MUTUAL THE ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE (COMECON) (COMECON) NATO (APRIL 4, 1949) POPE PIUS XII POPE EXCOMMUNICATED THOSE WHO VOTED FOR COMMUNISTS (JULY 13, 1949) 13, THE EASTERN EUROPEAN THE MUTUAL ASSISTANCE TREATY (MAY 14, 1955) (MAY ...
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