U.S. President Truman was so alarmed in 1947 by ______________ inability to defend the eastern Mediterranean that he offered American aid to protect ___________ and __________ against Soviet expansion. 2.U.S. diplomat George Kennan, an expert in ____________ affairs, influenced American policy for decades with his article in ____________ ____________ calling for ____________of Communism. 3.President Kennedy's response to discovering Soviet ____________ in Cuba in 1962 was to ____________ the island, then agree not to____________ it. 4.Post-war decolonization saw the United States leave the________________ , Britain leave ____________, and France leave__________________ 5.For convenience after 1950 the industrialized nations came to be called the____________ ____________ , the Soviet sphere the____________ ____________ , and the poorer regions the ____________ ____________6.Khrushchev's criticism of _______________ encouraged such a spirit of rebellion in the Soviet ____________ that he had to crush a 1956 uprising in ____________ and one in 1968 in ____________ 7.To make the case that France was in the 1950s still a great power, Charles de Gaulle withdrew from____________ , built____________ weapons, and increased the production and export of ________________ and _________________ 8.In Germany, Ludwig Erhard's work as Minister of Finance helped bring about the post-war ____________ ____________, and he was rewarded by being chosen to succeed ____________ ____________as chancellor. 9.The British welfare system, which inspired other European nations, nationalized the ____________ of England, enacted a National____________ Act, and established a National ____________ Service. 10. Across Europe various countries followed the Swedish "sexual revolution" of the 1960s by decriminalizing _______________, providing more sex ____________, and introducing a pill for _______________.Place the following events in chronological order and add each event’s date.1. Cuban missile crisis 1. 2. Formation of the Warsaw Pact 2. 3. Erection of the Berlin Wall 3. 4. Formation of NATO 4. 5. The Prague Spring 5. 6. Truman Doctrine outlined 6. 7. De Gaulle assumes power in France 7.