DA4004 Cold War Ideology and Policies Wk. 1 Assignment

DA4004 Cold War - Running head COLD WAR IDEOLOGY AND POLICIES 1 Cold War Ideology and Policies Donna Kelly Alcorn HIS/135 The American Experience

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Running head: COLD WAR IDEOLOGY AND POLICIES 1 Cold War Ideology and Policies Donna Kelly Alcorn HIS/135 The American Experience Since 1945 April 24, 2011 Larry Hays
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COLD WAR IDEOLOGY AND POLICIES 2 Cold War Ideology and Policies Allies that existed during World War II were Britain, America, and Russia on one side. Then there was Germany, Italy, and Japan on the other. Then during the Cold War there was a shift with Britain and America against Russia and on the axis was Germany. The ideology of the Cold War was political dominance and it seemed to crystallize soon after World War II. During World War II most of Europe was destroyed or in ruins. This allowed the United States and Russia to be the remaining superpowers in the world, therefore causing them to become enemies. Without a superpower in Europe or Asia this left the United States in fear of the Soviet Union, because there was no one to stop the Russians from dominating and forcing communist beliefs on Europe and the Soviet Union Army was armed with an atomic arsenal. Stalin was aware,
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DA4004 Cold War - Running head COLD WAR IDEOLOGY AND POLICIES 1 Cold War Ideology and Policies Donna Kelly Alcorn HIS/135 The American Experience

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