City in Germany
Capital of Russia
George C. Marshall
WWII general and U.S. secretary of state from 1947 to 1949 who created the Marshall Plan, which aided Europe after WWII.
Nation that starts war.
Program under which the U.S. provided funds to help European countries rebuild after WWII.
International organization formed in 1945 to promote peace and end conflicts between countries.
Political and economic system in which the government owns all businesses and land.
Set of beliefs.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, a military alliance among the nations of Western Europe, U.S., and Canada in which they agreed to help each other if attacked by the Soviet Union.
Program under which the U.S. aided West Berlin by flying in food and fuel when Soviet troops cut off the city from Western trade.
Struggle between the U.S. and the Soviet Union from the late 1940's to the early 1990's that was fought with ideas, words, and money, with no direct conflict between the two countries.
Systematic effort to spread opinions or beliefs.