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including Germany. How these decisions affected a political map of Europe and the world after World War II? 9.The history of much of the second half of the twentieth century is marked by hostilities between the world’s two superpowers. What were the causes of this cold war? What were its stages and how each of them differed from the other? What were the consequences of the cold war for Europe and the world? Possible identifications (What or Who? When? Short description. Historical significance)
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