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America, Denmark, Belgium, Iceland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, the United Kingdom, and Portugal. They all concurred that if any of these nations were assaulted it resembled every one of them were assaulted and the greater part of these countries requested military guide from the United States directly after the settlement was agreed upon. The Truman convention was a control strategy that prompted to the US supporting different nations undermined by the soviets and to the arrangement of NATO. Truman and whatever remains of Americas principle objective was to keep the spread of socialism and contain socialism regardless of the possibility that it implied sending troops to nations that required offer assistance. Americans expected that there would be a domino impact of socialism all through the world where on the off chance that one nation gets to be distinctly comrade then the nation alongside it would get to be distinctly comrade and it would simply continue onward. The arrangement of NATO helped Americans have trust that Europe would not be assumed
control by communists and Truman was upbeat that America would have the capacity to secure such a large number of new countries. The Truman Doctrine characterized the US Cold War approach on the grounds that the US Cold War arrangement was to prevent socialism from spreading particularly all through Europe and to help any country that felt undermined and that is precisely what the Truman precept did.

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