HISTORY109-REVOLUTIONS

HISTORY109-REVOLUTIONS - dictatorship in Guatemala Juan...

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US AND LATIN AMERICA  DURING THE COLD WAR REVOLUTIONS 
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COLD WAR  AND LATIN  AMERICA Truman administration and cold  war policy in Latin America  Rio Pact (1947) Creation of Organization of  American States (1948) Continental Solidarity and Non- Intervention
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COLD WAR  AND LATIN  AMERICA 1951: US signs military security  program with countries of the  region The appeal of the Soviet Union Marxism and nationalism in Latin  America
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GUATEMAL A, 1954 1944: end of Jorge Ubico’s 
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Unformatted text preview: dictatorship in Guatemala Juan Jose Arevalo Bermejo 1950: Jacobo Arbenz Guzman becomes president 1952: Agrarian Reform GUATEMAL A, 1954 Agrarian Reform and UFCO Ties between UFCO and US government US government pressure on Arbenz Arbenz branded a communist GUATEMAL A, 1954 John Foster Dulles and pressuring on OAS members CIA enrolls Carlos Castillo Armas Arbenz fled Guatemala and UFCO won...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course HIST 109 taught by Professor Scardaville during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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