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Unit 4 Lesson 2± Origins of the Cold War Berlin Airlift IQs PURPOSE: Identify the causes and effects of the Berlin airlift Compare and contrast perspectives on the U.S. role in Berlin during the Cold War Analyze primary sources to find the main idea, point of view, author bias, and historical context PRE-CLASS WORK: Read primary source Berlin Background Memo Write journal entry COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS: Many people often confuse the Berlin Blockade and the Berlin Wall, assuming them to be the same thing. This lesson will help you to understand that the blockade caused the airlift in 1948-1949, and mass migration from East to West Berlin caused the construction of the wall in 1961. KEY TERMS: Berlin Airlift, Berlin Blockade, Berlin Wall, Marshall Plan HIS 315K & 315L | 1
1. Use the Berlin Background Memo you read for homework to answer the following questions. Why was Germany divided? What were the initial problems with the division of Germany?

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