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Unformatted text preview: © tutor2u www.tutor2u.net Name: Date: Crossword GCSE HISTORY - COLD WAR Events ACROSS 2. (8,3) An investment by the USA of $17billion to help European reconstruction 4. (6, 4) The flood of refugees going from east to west was, by 1961, too much for Khrushchev. He ordered a barrier built that divided the strategic city that had been the Nazis' capital. 6. The joining of the British and American zones of occupation in west Germany 8. (6, 8) The Soviets attempted to force the western powers out of their half of the largest city in Germany by cutting road and rail links in the late 1940s. 9. (5,7,6) The stand-off, over the construction of nuclear missiles bases on an island just off the coast of the USA, brought the world closer to nuclear war in the early 1960s. 10. The new German currency that was one cause of the Berlin Blockade DOWN 1. (5,6) Khrushchev famously walked out of this superpower conference in protest at the USA using spyplanes to photograph the USSR 3. (5, 4) Where the USA and the USSR competed to break free of Earth! 5. The Soviet invasion of this country in 1979 effectively ended détente and brought about the boycott of the Moscow Olympics by the American team in 1980 7. JFK responded to the Soviet installation of missiles on Cuba by imposing a ring of naval vessels around the island 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 © tutor2u www.tutor2u.net Name: Date: Crossword GCSE HISTORY - COLD WAR Events ACROSS 2. (8,3) An investment by the USA of $17billion to help European reconstruction 4. (6, 4) The flood of refugees going from east to west was, by 1961, too much for Khrushchev. He ordered a barrier built that divided the strategic city that had been the Nazis' capital. 6. The joining of the British and American zones of occupation in west Germany 8. (6, 8) The Soviets attempted to force the western powers out of their half of the largest city in Germany by cutting road and rail links in the late 1940s....
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course BUS 104 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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