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Unformatted text preview: THE ORIGIN OF THE COLD WAR THE THE YALTA CONFERENCE THE (February 4-11, 1945) STALIN’S CONCEPT OF STALIN’S PEOPLE’S DEMOCRACY PEOPLE’S ELECTIONS IN EASTERN ELECTIONS EUROPE (1945-7) EUROPE COMMUNIST VICTORY COMMUNIST (ROMANIA, BULGARIA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, POLAND) CZECHOSLOVAKIA, COMMUNIST DEFEAT COMMUNIST (HUNGARY) (HUNGARY) CHURCHILL’S SPEECH AT CHURCHILL’S WESTMINSTER COLLEGE, FULTON, MO (March 5, 1946) FULTON, THE “IRON CURTAIN” THE THE COLD WAR IN ASIA THE THE COLD WAR IN EUROPE THE COLD WAR IN EUROPE ► ► ► ► ► ► ► ► ► TRUMAN DOCTRINE (MARCH 12, 1947) $ 400 MILLION (ASSISTANCE FOR GREECE AND TURKEY) THE MARSHALL PLAN (JUNE 5, 1947) BY 1952 ($ 13 BILLION APPROPRIATED) THE “MOLOTOV PLAN” (1947­9) THE COUNCIL ON MUTUAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE (COMECON) NATO (APRIL 4, 1949) POPE PIUS XII EXCOMMUNICATED THOSE WHO VOTED FOR COMMUNISTS (JULY 13, 1949) THE EASTERN EUROPEAN MUTUAL ASSISTANCE TREATY (MAY 14, 1955) THE LATE STALIN YEARS STRUGGLE AGAINST “ROOTLESS COSMOPOLITANS” (1948-53) THE “DOCTORS’ PLOT” (1952) “A MAJOR TASK OF THE SOCIALIST CAMP IS TO MOBILIZE ALL POLITICAL AND MILITARY FORCES TO STRIKE A DECISIVE BLOW ON CAPITALIST EUROPE” (STALIN’S SECRET SPEECH AT A 1951 MEETING OF COMMUNIST PARTIES) STALIN’S DEATH (March 5, 1953) ...
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