Cold War Era (Class 2) - Cold War Era Leaders in power when...

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Cold War Era Leaders in power when the war ended o President Truman Talked smack to the soviet diplomats o Secretary of State Acheson The world should be taken care of economically Wanted to send American tax dollars to help deliver humanitarian aid to countries in Europe, in order to gain allies. o Did not want to give humanitarian aid to nations that the soviet union controlled o Joseph Stalin General Secretary of Communist Party, 1922-1953 Soviet Union Premier, 1941-1953 (Premier=President) Minister of Defense, 1941-1947 Eastern Europe alienated the two nations (U.S. and U.S.S.R.) China o Really big The Bomb Question o U.S. 1945 o U.S.S.R. 1949 o Great Britain 1952 o U.S. Bombs in Germany o France 1960 Charles Degal built a bomb for France o China 1964 Mad that the Soviets wouldn’ t tell them how to create an atomic bomb U.S. Ideological Leaders George Keenan “Mr. X” Article Communism monolithic o All Reds led by Moscow
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course HTS 3015 taught by Professor Flamming during the Summer '11 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Cold War Era (Class 2) - Cold War Era Leaders in power when...

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