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Chapter 12 - The Cold War
satellite state
Cold War
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
independent nation under the control of the Soviet Union
worldwide rivalry between the U.S. and the Soviet Union
term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
President Truman's promise to help nations struggling against…
satellite state
independent nation under the control of the Soviet Union
Cold War
worldwide rivalry between the U.S. and the Soviet Union
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Chapter 12: The Cold War (1945-1960)
Satellite State
Iron Curtain
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NA…
Warsaw Pact
-Independent nation under control of a more powerful nation... -…
-Term coined by Winston Churchill... -Refers to border between S…
-Military alliance made up of United States, Canada, UK, and…
-Military alliance formed by Soviet Union and satellite state…
Satellite State
-Independent nation under control of a more powerful nation... -…
Iron Curtain
-Term coined by Winston Churchill... -Refers to border between S…
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Chapter 12: The Cold War
satellite state
Cold War
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
a weaker nation that is economically, politically and militar…
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
(HT) , Term used by Churchill in 1946 to describe the growing…
(HT) , 1947, President Truman's policy of providing economic…
satellite state
a weaker nation that is economically, politically and militar…
Cold War
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
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Cold War- Chapter 12
Cold War
United Nations
Satellite Nation
Containment
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
Organization of independent states formed in 1945 to promote…
Nation that is dominated politically and economically by a mo…
American policy of resisting further expansion of communism a…
Cold War
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
United Nations
Organization of independent states formed in 1945 to promote…
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US History Chapter 12: The Cold War Vocabulary
Satellite State
Cold War
Iron Curtain
Truman Doctrine
Independent nation under the control of a more powerful nation
Worldwide rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Un…
Team coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
President Truman's promise to help nations struggling against…
Satellite State
Independent nation under the control of a more powerful nation
Cold War
Worldwide rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Un…
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Chapter 12, The Cold War
Satellite States
Cold War
Iron Curtain
Truman Doctrine
Independant nation that is controlled by a more powerful nation
Worldwide rivalry between the United states and the Soviet Un…
Term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
President Truman's promise to help nations struggling against…
Satellite States
Independant nation that is controlled by a more powerful nation
Cold War
Worldwide rivalry between the United states and the Soviet Un…
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Chapter 12 Cold War
Two Superpowers
Superpowers
Truman Doctrine
Dean Acheson
U.S. And Soviet Union
Countries whose military power is combined with political inf…
U.S. would provide money to countries threatened by Communist…
U.S. Secretary of State
Two Superpowers
U.S. And Soviet Union
Superpowers
Countries whose military power is combined with political inf…
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Cold War & 1950s: Chapter 12
Cold War
United Nations (UN)
Marshall Plan
NATO
Competition for world power and influence between the U.S. an…
Organization of independent countries formed in 1945 to promo…
U.S. program of economic aid for the reconstruction of Europe…
North Atlantic Treaty Organization; an alliance made to defen…
Cold War
Competition for world power and influence between the U.S. an…
United Nations (UN)
Organization of independent countries formed in 1945 to promo…
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Chapter 12 - The Cold War
satellite state
Cold War
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
independent nation under the control of the Soviet Union
worldwide rivalry between the U.S. and the Soviet Union
term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
President Truman's promise to help nations struggling against…
satellite state
independent nation under the control of the Soviet Union
Cold War
worldwide rivalry between the U.S. and the Soviet Union
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CHAPTER 12 THE COLD WAR
SATELLITE STATES
Cold War
Iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
Eastern European states under the control of the Soviet Union…
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
A political barrier that isolated the peoples of Eastern Euro…
1947, President Truman's policy of providing economic and mil…
SATELLITE STATES
Eastern European states under the control of the Soviet Union…
Cold War
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
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Chapter 12 : The Cold War
Yalta Conference
superpower
GATT
United Nations
1945 strategy meeting between Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin
powerful country that plays a dominant economic, political, a…
general agreement on tariff and trade
organization founded in 1945 to promote peace
Yalta Conference
1945 strategy meeting between Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin
superpower
powerful country that plays a dominant economic, political, a…
Chapter 12- Cold War
Warsaw Pact
Brinkmanship
NATO
Marshall Plan
Soviet Union and Satellite states formed a rival military all…
Belief that only by going to the brink of war could the Unite…
Formed in 1949 and it provided the military alliance to count…
Economic and foreign policy that offered aid to Western Europ…
Warsaw Pact
Soviet Union and Satellite states formed a rival military all…
Brinkmanship
Belief that only by going to the brink of war could the Unite…
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Chapter 12: Cold War
satellite state
Cold War
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
An independent nation under control of a more powerful nation
Arms Race / Fear of Nuclear Warfare between Russia and U.S. /…
Border between the soviet satellite states and Western Europe
Truman's promise to help nations struggling against communist…
satellite state
An independent nation under control of a more powerful nation
Cold War
Arms Race / Fear of Nuclear Warfare between Russia and U.S. /…
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U.S. History Chapter 12 Section 3 The Cold War Expands
arms race
mutually assured destruction
John Foster Dulles
massive retaliation
race in which countries compete to build more powerful weapons
policy in which the U.S. and Soviet Union hoped to deter nucl…
diplomat and secretary of state under President Eisenhower
policy of threatening to use massive force in response to agg…
arms race
race in which countries compete to build more powerful weapons
mutually assured destruction
policy in which the U.S. and Soviet Union hoped to deter nucl…
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Chapter 12, Cold war
satellite nations
Iron Curtain
Truman Doctrine
Marshall Plan
Eastern European countries under Soviet Rule
the curtain across Europe, spliting the free and communist co…
vote to give 400 millions $'s to aid Greece and turkey
in four years the US, gave 13 billion dollars in grants and l…
satellite nations
Eastern European countries under Soviet Rule
Iron Curtain
the curtain across Europe, spliting the free and communist co…
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Chapter 12 Cold War
Capital democracy
Dictatorship
Communist party
Yalta conference 1945
Belief in free elections, economic and religious freedom, pri…
Communist party makes all key economic, political, and milita…
Statins party, made all decisions
Realized allies would win but unsure of how Eastern Europe wo…
Capital democracy
Belief in free elections, economic and religious freedom, pri…
Dictatorship
Communist party makes all key economic, political, and milita…
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Chapter 12: The Cold War
Iron curtain
containment
airlift
cold war
Symbolic division between East and West in Europe during the…
policy of holding back or stopping communism
delivery of supplies by airplane
a war in which two enemies do not fight in cobat but instead…
Iron curtain
Symbolic division between East and West in Europe during the…
containment
policy of holding back or stopping communism
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chapter 12 the cold war
satellite state
cold war
iron curtain
truman doctrine
small country controlled by a more powerful neighbor
struggle in which the US and soviet union became rivals but n…
imaginary barrier separating soviet controlled countries and…
president trumans policy to aid nations struggling against co…
satellite state
small country controlled by a more powerful neighbor
cold war
struggle in which the US and soviet union became rivals but n…
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chapter 12- Cold War
satellite states
Warsaw Pact
Truman doctrine
Marshall plan
after the war Russia wanted to take over Eastern Europe count…
Russia signed a pact with the eastern countries to become und…
US gives $400 million to help Turkey and Greece, US wanted to…
1948 US gives $13 billion to countries in west Europe for foo…
satellite states
after the war Russia wanted to take over Eastern Europe count…
Warsaw Pact
Russia signed a pact with the eastern countries to become und…
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Chapter 12: The Cold War
Superpowers
Truman Doctrine
Dean Acheson
Marshall Plan
Name for the United States and Soviet Union after World War I…
Truman's policy in which provided economic and military aid t…
Secretary of State under Truman. Had a "defense perimeter spe…
A plan that the US came up with to revive war-torn economies…
Superpowers
Name for the United States and Soviet Union after World War I…
Truman Doctrine
Truman's policy in which provided economic and military aid t…
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Chapter 12 - The Cold War
satellite states
Cold War
Truman Doctrine
iron curtain
Eastern European countries of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary…
46-year old struggle between the Soviet Union and the U.S bet…
Truman's promise to aid nations struggling against communist…
metaphoric "line" between eastern Soviet Union communist area…
satellite states
Eastern European countries of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary…
Cold War
46-year old struggle between the Soviet Union and the U.S bet…
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Chapter 12- The Cold War
Capitalist democracy
Dictatorship
Communist party
Yalta conference (1945)
Free elections, economic and religious freedom, private prope…
A government ruled by one person with absolute authority (ex.…
Made all key economic, political, and military decisions in t…
Meeting between Franklin D. Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, and Win…
Capitalist democracy
Free elections, economic and religious freedom, private prope…
Dictatorship
A government ruled by one person with absolute authority (ex.…
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US History - Chapter 12: The Cold War (1945-1960)
38th Parallel
Alger Hiss
Atomic weapons
Berlin Airlift
Line that divided North and South Korea - Soviet Union occupi…
A U.S. State Department official involved in the establishmen…
USA and USSR create atomic weaponry (compete for equal amount…
Joint effort by the US and Britian to fly food and supplies i…
38th Parallel
Line that divided North and South Korea - Soviet Union occupi…
Alger Hiss
A U.S. State Department official involved in the establishmen…
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Chapter 12: The Cold War
George Kennan
Red Scare
McCarthyism
Eisenhower Doctrine
American diplomat and a leading authority on the Soviet Union
fear that communists were working to destroy the American way…
an anticommunism policy formed by Joseph McCarthy
policy of President Eisenhower that stated that the U.S. woul…
George Kennan
American diplomat and a leading authority on the Soviet Union
Red Scare
fear that communists were working to destroy the American way…
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U.S. History Chapter 12 - The Cold War (1945-1960)
satellite state
Cold War
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
independent nation under the control of a more powerful nation
worldwide rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Un…
term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
President Truman's promise to help nations struggling against…
satellite state
independent nation under the control of a more powerful nation
Cold War
worldwide rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Un…
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Chapter 12: Cold War
What countries remained under the Sovi…
Who named the "iron curtain"?
What was the goal of the Marshall plan?
What was the Berlin Blockade?
Eastern Europe(Poland, Czech, Hungary, and Bulgaria)
Winston Churchill
To give cash to European countries as long as they bought U.S…
A plan by the Soviets to block everything from our side so no…
What countries remained under the Sovi…
Eastern Europe(Poland, Czech, Hungary, and Bulgaria)
Who named the "iron curtain"?
Winston Churchill
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Chapter 12: The Cold War
George Kennan
Jiang Jieshi
Eisenhower Doctrine
Limited war
an American advisor, diplomat, political scientist, and histo…
(1887-1975) Leader of the Guomindang, or Nationalist Party in…
Policy of the US that it would defend the Middle East against…
a war fought with limited commitment of resources to achieve…
George Kennan
an American advisor, diplomat, political scientist, and histo…
Jiang Jieshi
(1887-1975) Leader of the Guomindang, or Nationalist Party in…
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Chapter 12 The Cold War
Satellite States
Warsaw Pact
Truman Doctrine
Marshall Plan
Eastern European states under the control of the Soviet Union…
A military alliance, formed in 1955, of the Soviet Union and…
1947 Truman's policy of providing economic and military aid t…
A plan that the US came up with to revive war-torn economies…
Satellite States
Eastern European states under the control of the Soviet Union…
Warsaw Pact
A military alliance, formed in 1955, of the Soviet Union and…
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Chapter 12 Cold War Vocabulary
38th Parallel
Alger Hiss
Brinkmanship
Aristocrat
dividing line between North and South Korea
American government official accused of being a Soviet Spy
belief that only by going to the brink of war could the Unite…
member of aristocracy, believed to be best of its kind
38th Parallel
dividing line between North and South Korea
Alger Hiss
American government official accused of being a Soviet Spy
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US History - Chapter 12: The Cold War (1945-1960)
38th Parallel
Alger Hiss
Atomic weapons
Berlin Airlift
Line that divided North and South Korea - Soviet Union occupi…
A U.S. State Department official involved in the establishmen…
USA and USSR create atomic weaponry (compete for equal amount…
Joint effort by the US and Britian to fly food and supplies i…
38th Parallel
Line that divided North and South Korea - Soviet Union occupi…
Alger Hiss
A U.S. State Department official involved in the establishmen…
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US History - Chapter 12: The Cold War (1945-1960)
38th Parallel
Alger Hiss
Atomic weapons
Berlin Airlift
Line that divided North and South Korea - Soviet Union occupi…
A U.S. State Department official involved in the establishmen…
USA and USSR create atomic weaponry (compete for equal amount…
Joint effort by the US and Britian to fly food and supplies i…
38th Parallel
Line that divided North and South Korea - Soviet Union occupi…
Alger Hiss
A U.S. State Department official involved in the establishmen…
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OMMS 6th History Chapter 12 Cold War TEST
the hostility between Western Powers a…
______ was divided up after World War 2
the four countries (in ABC order) that…
the city of Berlin was located in the…
Cold War
Germany
France, UK, US, and USSR
Soviets
the hostility between Western Powers a…
Cold War
______ was divided up after World War 2
Germany
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U.S. History Chapter 12 Section 1 The Cold War Begins
Satellite state
Cold War
Iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
A political term that refers to a country which is formally i…
What is the term for: a world-wide rivalry between the United…
given by Churchill at "Sinews of Peace" address on March 5, 1…
policy set forth by U.S. President Truman on March 12, 1947 s…
Satellite state
A political term that refers to a country which is formally i…
Cold War
What is the term for: a world-wide rivalry between the United…
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Chapter 12 - Early Years of the Cold War
Yalta Conference
Nuremberg trials
United Nations
Cold War
America, Britain and Russia met to discuss plans for peace
Axis leaders were accused of war crimes and tried by a specia…
organization dedicated to resolving international conflicts
struggle for global power between the United States and the S…
Yalta Conference
America, Britain and Russia met to discuss plans for peace
Nuremberg trials
Axis leaders were accused of war crimes and tried by a specia…
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Chapter 12 the cold war begins
Satellite states
Iron Curtain
Harry S Truman
Comintern
Independent nations under the control of a more powerful nation
Term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
A president from 1945 until 1953 he tried to stop the spread…
International communist organization that advocated world com…
Satellite states
Independent nations under the control of a more powerful nation
Iron Curtain
Term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
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(US History) Chapter 12-14: Cold War / Berlin / Korea / McCarthyism
What is the definition of the Cold War?
The two different alliances during the…
What two countries did The Truman Doct…
What was the difference between the Tr…
A state of political tension and military rivalry between nat…
NATO vs. Warsaw Pact... North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Greece and Turkey
Marshall Plan was broader ... Helped more countries (17)
What is the definition of the Cold War?
A state of political tension and military rivalry between nat…
The two different alliances during the…
NATO vs. Warsaw Pact... North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Cold War vocab - Chapter 12
38th parallel
brinkmanship
proletariat
arms race
dividing line between north and south korea
belief that only going to the brink of war would save the US…
workers/working class people
contest in which nations compete to build stronger weapons
38th parallel
dividing line between north and south korea
brinkmanship
belief that only going to the brink of war would save the US…
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Chapter 12 (The Cold War, 1945-1960) Vocab!
Satellite State
Cold War
Iron Curtain
Truman Doctrine
Independent nation under the control of a more powerful nation.
Worldwide rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Un…
Term coined by Winston Churchill to describe the border betwe…
President Truman's promise to help the nation's struggling ag…
Satellite State
Independent nation under the control of a more powerful nation.
Cold War
Worldwide rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Un…
14 terms
U.S. History Chapter 12 Section 1 The Cold War Begins
Satellite state
Cold War
Iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
A political term that refers to a country which is formally i…
What is the term for: a world-wide rivalry between the United…
given by Churchill at "Sinews of Peace" address on March 5, 1…
policy set forth by U.S. President Truman on March 12, 1947 s…
Satellite state
A political term that refers to a country which is formally i…
Cold War
What is the term for: a world-wide rivalry between the United…
16 terms
U.S. History Chapter 12 Section 3 The Cold War Expands
arms race
mutually assured destruction
John Foster Dulles
massive retaliation
race in which countries compete to build more powerful weapons
policy in which the U.S. and Soviet Union hoped to deter nucl…
diplomat and secretary of state under President Eisenhower
policy of threatening to use massive force in response to agg…
arms race
race in which countries compete to build more powerful weapons
mutually assured destruction
policy in which the U.S. and Soviet Union hoped to deter nucl…
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Chapter 12: Cold War Objectives
Trace the reasons that the wartime all…
Explain how President Truman responded…
Describe the causes and results of Sta…
Explain how Mao Zedong and the communi…
The reason that the wartime alliance between the United State…
President Truman responded to the Soviet domination of Easter…
Joseph Stalin was trying to make Western Berlin communistic a…
Mao Zedong and the communists gained power in China after he…
Trace the reasons that the wartime all…
The reason that the wartime alliance between the United State…
Explain how President Truman responded…
President Truman responded to the Soviet domination of Easter…
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10 - Chapter 12: The Cold War
satellite state
Potsdam
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
A political term that refers to a country which is formally i…
the place at which the three allied leaders, Truman, Stalin,…
an impenetrable barrier to communication or information espec…
President Truman's policy of providing economic and military…
satellite state
A political term that refers to a country which is formally i…
Potsdam
the place at which the three allied leaders, Truman, Stalin,…
22 terms
Chapter 12: The Cold War (1945-1960)
Satellite State
Iron Curtain
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NA…
Warsaw Pact
-Independent nation under control of a more powerful nation... -…
-Term coined by Winston Churchill... -Refers to border between S…
-Military alliance made up of United States, Canada, UK, and…
-Military alliance formed by Soviet Union and satellite state…
Satellite State
-Independent nation under control of a more powerful nation... -…
Iron Curtain
-Term coined by Winston Churchill... -Refers to border between S…
36 terms
Chapter 12: The Cold War Vocab
Satellite State
Cold War
Iron Curtian
Truman Doctorine
independant nation under the control of a more powerful nation
worldwide rivalry between the united states and soviet union
term coined by winston churchill to describe the border betwe…
president truman's promise to help nations struggling
Satellite State
independant nation under the control of a more powerful nation
Cold War
worldwide rivalry between the united states and soviet union
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Chapter 12/15: The Cold War
Satellite States
Cold War
iron curtain
Truman Doctrine
Eastern European countries of Poland, Czecholslovakia, Hungar…
The 46-year struggle between the US and the Soviet Union
Line splitting the communist nations and the noncommunist nat…
He promised to aid nations struggling against communist movem…
Satellite States
Eastern European countries of Poland, Czecholslovakia, Hungar…
Cold War
The 46-year struggle between the US and the Soviet Union
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Modern World History- Chapter 12-Section 5: The Cold War Thaws
*Khrushchev
*de-Stalinization
*Hungarian revolution (1956)
*Brezhnev
-After Stalin died in 1953, he became Soviet leader. ... -He den…
-Purging the country of Stalins memory.... -Workers destroyed mo…
-Hungarian army joined protesters to overthrow Hungary's Sovi…
-Leader of Soviet.... -quickly adopted repressive domestic polic…
*Khrushchev
-After Stalin died in 1953, he became Soviet leader. ... -He den…
*de-Stalinization
-Purging the country of Stalins memory.... -Workers destroyed mo…
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World History Cold War
cold war
containment
domino theory
Iron Curtain
intense economic political military and ideological rivalry b…
USA did not let communism spread
idea that if one country fails to communism other surrounding…
(HT) , Term used by Churchill in 1946 to describe the line of…
cold war
intense economic political military and ideological rivalry b…
containment
USA did not let communism spread
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Chapter 12 - Early Years of the Cold War
Yalta Conference
Nuremberg trials
United Nations
Cold War
America, Britain and Russia met to discuss plans for peace
Axis leaders were accused of war crimes and tried by a specia…
organization dedicated to resolving international conflicts
struggle for global power between the United States and the S…
Yalta Conference
America, Britain and Russia met to discuss plans for peace
Nuremberg trials
Axis leaders were accused of war crimes and tried by a specia…
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Chapter 12: Hollywood & The Cold War
Studios controlling distribution and e…
How would you best describe the transi…
Which trend was a major change in audi…
After WWII, what change (if any) took…
Vertical integration
Shifted from producers to distributors
Moved from cities to suburbs
Less frequent
Studios controlling distribution and e…
Vertical integration
How would you best describe the transi…
Shifted from producers to distributors
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Chapter 12: Cold War and Post-War Changes
The Federal Republic of Germany
The German Democratic Republic
Greek Civil War
The Truman Doctrine 1947
West Germany
East Germany
The Communist People's Liberation Army and anticommunist forc…
President Harry S. Truman of the United States, alarmed by th…
The Federal Republic of Germany
West Germany
The German Democratic Republic
East Germany
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