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History End of Cold War
Problems in USSR
Perestroika
Glasnost
Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
War in Afghanistan, arms race, inefficient economy, environme…
Competition in business, restructuring economy
Freedom of speech, lack of censorship
1987, eliminated ground based ballistic and cruise missiles
Problems in USSR
War in Afghanistan, arms race, inefficient economy, environme…
Perestroika
Competition in business, restructuring economy
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History: end of cold war
March 1985
Glasnost and perestroika
A more open political system
Reconstructing of the economy
When did gorbachev become leader
What were the 2 new policies
What did glasnost mean
What did perestroika mean
March 1985
When did gorbachev become leader
Glasnost and perestroika
What were the 2 new policies
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History: The end of the cold war
Detente
Brezhnev Doctrine
SALT 1
Helsinki Conference
Relaxing of tensions, examples are Hotline between the Kremli…
13 November 1968- SU had the right to intervene where they th…
1972- Both superpowers could not increase their stock of nucl…
1975- Attended by 35 countries including the superpowers. Bor…
Detente
Relaxing of tensions, examples are Hotline between the Kremli…
Brezhnev Doctrine
13 November 1968- SU had the right to intervene where they th…
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History: The End of The Cold War
Richard Nixon
Henry Kissinger
Realpolitik
détente
37th President... preferred world affairs to domestic policy
Nixon's secretary of state... promoted a philosophy known as re…
belief that foreign policy should be based solely on consider…
Nixon & Kissinger's flexible approach in dealing with Communi…
Richard Nixon
37th President... preferred world affairs to domestic policy
Henry Kissinger
Nixon's secretary of state... promoted a philosophy known as re…
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History: End of Cold War
Cuban Missile Crisis
Bay of Pigs Invasion
Fidel Castro
Mikhail Gorbachev
Oct. 1962; brink of nuclear war
April 17, 1961; CIA-trained rebels fail in an invasion of Cuba
Cuban communist leader
Head of Soviet Union; 1985
Cuban Missile Crisis
Oct. 1962; brink of nuclear war
Bay of Pigs Invasion
April 17, 1961; CIA-trained rebels fail in an invasion of Cuba
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history: the end of cold war
detente
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks ... (SALT…
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
economic liberalisation
period of improved relations between the United States and th…
may 1972 ... attempt to limit and reduce the number of nuclear w…
may 1972 ... limiting their possession of anti ballistic missile…
increase in the role of free markets in producing and distrib…
detente
period of improved relations between the United States and th…
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks ... (SALT…
may 1972 ... attempt to limit and reduce the number of nuclear w…
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History end of Cold War
What had fallen since 1966
Economic system was
The public had become more
What were the population interested in
Life expectancy
Corrupt, inefficient, and technologically backwards
Educated and urbanised
The outside world
What had fallen since 1966
Life expectancy
Economic system was
Corrupt, inefficient, and technologically backwards
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History- The end of the Cold War
What was détente?
What were the reasons for Détente?
What were the key events during Détente?
What was the SALT 1 treaty?
A period of relaxed tensions between the USA and the USSR fro…
Cuban Missile Crisis- World came close to a nuclear War... Vietn…
1963- Nuclear test ban treaty, reduces threat of nuclear weap…
1972, stopped superpowers from building more nuclear weapons.…
What was détente?
A period of relaxed tensions between the USA and the USSR fro…
What were the reasons for Détente?
Cuban Missile Crisis- World came close to a nuclear War... Vietn…
History - the end of the Cold War
*Free elections in Poland - year
*East Germany + Fall of Berlin Wall -…
1st summit
2nd summit
1989
November 1989
Geneva, November 1985
Reykjavik, October 1986
*Free elections in Poland - year
1989
*East Germany + Fall of Berlin Wall -…
November 1989
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End of Course - Cold War
Cold War
Iron Curtain
Truman Doctrine
Marshall Plan
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
A term popularized by British Prime Minister Winston Churchil…
1947, President Truman's policy of providing economic and mil…
A plan that the US came up with to revive war-torn economies…
Cold War
A conflict that was between the US and the Soviet Union. The…
Iron Curtain
A term popularized by British Prime Minister Winston Churchil…
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History Final-End of Cold War
What date ending the Cold War?
What signified the ending of the Cold…
What were the three causes of the end…
What countries were considered to be i…
November 9, 1989
Day the Berlin Wall came down
rise of dissident movements in Eastern Europe... rise of dissati…
countries left in the eastern side after the Berlin Wall fell
What date ending the Cold War?
November 9, 1989
What signified the ending of the Cold…
Day the Berlin Wall came down
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History End of Cold War Vocab
Gulf of Tonkin
Massive Retaliation
Mad
Deterrence
1964 Congressional resolution that authorized President Johns…
The "new look" defense policy of the Eisenhower administratio…
Mutual Assurred destruction
Basic feature of American foreign policy to maintain massive…
Gulf of Tonkin
1964 Congressional resolution that authorized President Johns…
Massive Retaliation
The "new look" defense policy of the Eisenhower administratio…
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history: 1945-End of Cold War
what were the root causes of the cold…
what was the economy of the U.S. like…
what was the Marshall Plan?
what was the purpose of Truman's polic…
brutality of U.S.S.R. to its own people, Soviet mistreatment…
continuation of economic growth, several years of inflation,…
commit to the U.S. to rebuild Europe, offered money but refus…
U.S. would stop the spread of communism by supporting free pe…
what were the root causes of the cold…
brutality of U.S.S.R. to its own people, Soviet mistreatment…
what was the economy of the U.S. like…
continuation of economic growth, several years of inflation,…
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US History - Cold War Ends
Space Race
Science / Technology / Engineering / M…
Space Race
Sputnik
STEM Programs in School
STEM Stands For:
1945 - Only US has Nuclear Power
Origins of the Space Race (Produced More Technology)
Space Race
STEM Programs in School
Science / Technology / Engineering / M…
STEM Stands For:
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history final- End of the Cold War
"Charlie Wilson's War"
Carter's belief in human rights
Collapse of the USSR
Détente
Charlie Wilson was a Texas Representative that lead the US in…
Carter felt as though human rights needed to be protected in…
-Reagan's tough stance ... -Gorbachev in power... - U.S.S.Rs failur…
the easing of hostility or strained relations, especially bet…
"Charlie Wilson's War"
Charlie Wilson was a Texas Representative that lead the US in…
Carter's belief in human rights
Carter felt as though human rights needed to be protected in…
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History test: End of the cold war
Yuri Gagarin
Tonkin Gulf Resolution
Ho Chi Minh
William Westmoreland
Soviet astronaut who was the first person to ever travel to s…
Congress gave the President the authority to take all measure…
Communist leader of North Vietnam
U.S. general in charge of the Vietnam war, he developed searc…
Yuri Gagarin
Soviet astronaut who was the first person to ever travel to s…
Tonkin Gulf Resolution
Congress gave the President the authority to take all measure…
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15.5 The End of the Cold War: World History
Mujahedin
Solidarity
Mikhail Gorbachev
Vaclev Havel
a military force of Muslim guerilla warriors engaged in a jihad
a union of interests or purposes or sympathies among members…
Soviet statesman whose foreign policy brought an end to the C…
Czechoslovakian writer and human rights activist.
Mujahedin
a military force of Muslim guerilla warriors engaged in a jihad
Solidarity
a union of interests or purposes or sympathies among members…
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The Global Cold War and the End of History?
1) Why did armed conflict break out in…
Where were there proxy wars?
How did the end of Cold War reestablis…
How did the cold war aid American hege…
...
South Vietnam was anticommunist and was supplied by America d…
Now international institutions, representing the collective e…
-The Marshall Plan, as it was called, was no altruistic gestu…
1) Why did armed conflict break out in…
...
Where were there proxy wars?
South Vietnam was anticommunist and was supplied by America d…
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End of the Cold War
Satellite Nations
Detente
Realpolitk
SALT I and SALT II Treaties
Countries around the USSR that they controlled.
Lessening Cold War tensions between the US and USSR.
This means "real politics," or dealing with another country i…
The US and USSR met to talk about disarmament, or taking weap…
Satellite Nations
Countries around the USSR that they controlled.
Detente
Lessening Cold War tensions between the US and USSR.
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The Cold War: End of the Cold
Changes in Asia: Iranian Revolution (1…
Changes in Asia: Hostage crisis
Changes in Middle East/Asia: Sadam Hus…
Who supported Saddam Hussein's invasio…
US-backed Shah abdicated after protests and Iran became a Shi…
US embassy workers held for 444 days.
Dictator of Iraq, invaded Iran (1980-1988)
US gave him weapons and helped his invade Iran because he see…
Changes in Asia: Iranian Revolution (1…
US-backed Shah abdicated after protests and Iran became a Shi…
Changes in Asia: Hostage crisis
US embassy workers held for 444 days.
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End of Cold War Terms
Estonia
Berlin Wall
Brezhnev Doctrine
Censorship
Country in Eastern Europe that is now independent, but at one…
A fortified wall surrounding West Berlin, Germany, built in 1…
Soviet Union and its allies had the right to intervene in any…
restriction on access to ideas and information
Estonia
Country in Eastern Europe that is now independent, but at one…
Berlin Wall
A fortified wall surrounding West Berlin, Germany, built in 1…
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Ch. 29 History (end of Cold War)
relaxing tensions between US and USSR
Reagan Doctrine
Anti-ballistic missile system
Visited China
Detente
not just contain but rollback communism
Star Wars
Nixon
relaxing tensions between US and USSR
Detente
Reagan Doctrine
not just contain but rollback communism
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History 18-5: End Of The Cold War
Mujahedin
Mikhail Gorbachev
Glasnost
Perestroika
Muslim religious warriors in Afghanistan
a leader in the Soviet Union who came to power in 1985 and wa…
a policy in the Soviet Union of ... greater openness
restructuring of government and the economy in the Soviet Union
Mujahedin
Muslim religious warriors in Afghanistan
Mikhail Gorbachev
a leader in the Soviet Union who came to power in 1985 and wa…
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Historiography- The End of The Cold War
Martin McCauley
John-Lewis Gaddis
Richard Crockatt
George Kennan
Who is he?... -A seasoned writer and broadcaster who has a wealt…
Who is he?... -an American historian of the Cold War and grand s…
Who is he?... -He has taught American history and International…
Who is he?... -An American advisor, historian and former US dipl…
Martin McCauley
Who is he?... -A seasoned writer and broadcaster who has a wealt…
John-Lewis Gaddis
Who is he?... -an American historian of the Cold War and grand s…
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End of the Cold War
detente
Ronald Reagan
Mikael Gorbachev
glasnost
A lessening of tensions between U.S. and Soviet Union beginni…
President of the United States during the 1980s. His $2.2 tri…
The final President of the U.S.S.R who instituted the policie…
A policy of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev which called for…
detente
A lessening of tensions between U.S. and Soviet Union beginni…
Ronald Reagan
President of the United States during the 1980s. His $2.2 tri…
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SL History End of Cold War Timeline
1968
1969
1972
1972
Prague Spring
Détente and Ostpolitik begin
Nixon visits China
SALT I
1968
Prague Spring
1969
Détente and Ostpolitik begin
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History End of Topic test - Cold war
Name things that were positive on peri…
Name things that were not positive on…
what caused the collapse of detente
Write account of Soviet invasion of Af…
The hotline and Test ban treaty 1963... Outer space Treaty-1965…
US troops sent to Vietnam 1965... Invasion of Czechoslovakia and…
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
Following Rabul revolution April 1978... - Brezhnev saw this as…
Name things that were positive on peri…
The hotline and Test ban treaty 1963... Outer space Treaty-1965…
Name things that were not positive on…
US troops sent to Vietnam 1965... Invasion of Czechoslovakia and…
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History 2 Dates: End of Cold War
1969-1987
1970s-1980s
Dec. 1970
1970-1981
Gustav Husak ran Czechoslovakia
birth of dissident movements
worker strikes in Poland begin
Edvard Gierek led Poland
1969-1987
Gustav Husak ran Czechoslovakia
1970s-1980s
birth of dissident movements
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History A2 - End of Cold War
Reagan's Role: The Arms Race
Reagan's Role: UK relationship
Gorbachev's Role: Glasnost (NPT)
Gorbachev's Role: Perestroika (NPT)
- increased Congress to increase military spending by 13%... - S…
- worked closely with Margaret Thatcher... - both agreed US weap…
- an attempt to be more 'open' with the west... - encouraged peo…
- a restructuring of the economy... - ending of the arms race wa…
Reagan's Role: The Arms Race
- increased Congress to increase military spending by 13%... - S…
Reagan's Role: UK relationship
- worked closely with Margaret Thatcher... - both agreed US weap…
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A2 HISTORY - 1980s (end of the cold war)
Reagan
Reagan doctrine
$550 billion
$40 billion
became President in 1981 and referred to the USSR as an 'evil…
involved giving aid to countries threatened by communism and…
the amount a year that the US spent on conventional and nucle…
the amount the USSR was spending in military aid to its allie…
Reagan
became President in 1981 and referred to the USSR as an 'evil…
Reagan doctrine
involved giving aid to countries threatened by communism and…
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HISTORY end of cold war study guide
What was the name of the Polish underg…
Who was the US President when the Berl…
Who takes the majority of credit for t…
Which international leader had the gre…
Solidarity by Lech Walesa
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan
Mikhail Gorbachev
What was the name of the Polish underg…
Solidarity by Lech Walesa
Who was the US President when the Berl…
Ronald Reagan
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US History Final: End of the Cold War
Realpolitik
Détente
SALT I Treaty
Helsinki Accords
A foreign policy advocated by Kissinger, based on considerati…
Willingness to negotiate and easing of tensions, adopted by N…
5 year agreement between US and soviet union limiting the nat…
Agreement between 35 countries that promised greater cooperat…
Realpolitik
A foreign policy advocated by Kissinger, based on considerati…
Détente
Willingness to negotiate and easing of tensions, adopted by N…
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History Edexcel International Relations: The end of the cold war
1972
1975
1979
1980
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty
Apollo-Soyuz Mission & Helsinki Agreements
SALT II & Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan
Carter Doctrine & Moscow Summer Olympics
1972
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty
1975
Apollo-Soyuz Mission & Helsinki Agreements
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Cold War, End of Vietnam and End of Cold War
Vietcong
Domino
Ho Chi Minh
domino
What were the South Vietnamese people in rebellion against Pr…
The theory that if South Vietnam fell to Communism then other…
After WWII, A Vietnamese Communist named ______led a war for…
The goal of the U.S. in Vietnam was to keep the first _____fr…
Vietcong
What were the South Vietnamese people in rebellion against Pr…
Domino
The theory that if South Vietnam fell to Communism then other…
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End of Cold War History Study Guide
Realpolitik
Impact of Salt I
Impact of Salt II
Impact of INF
A policy from Nixon and Kissinger recognizing changing intern…
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. A limitation of ballistic m…
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. A limitation of ballistic m…
Intercontinental Nuclear Force Treaty. Limited nuclear missil…
Realpolitik
A policy from Nixon and Kissinger recognizing changing intern…
Impact of Salt I
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. A limitation of ballistic m…
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US history end of cold war terms
Liberals
Conservatives
Televangelists
Moral majority
Opposite of conservatives a person that has liberal views, mo…
Holding to traditional attitudes and cautious about change or…
An evangelical preacher who appears regularly on television,…
A political action group formed in the 1970's to further a co…
Liberals
Opposite of conservatives a person that has liberal views, mo…
Conservatives
Holding to traditional attitudes and cautious about change or…
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COLD WAR - The End of the Cold War
When was the Outer Space Treaty signed?
When was the Nuclear Non-proliferation…
When was the Strategic Arms Limitation…
When was the joint Apollo-Soyuz space…
1967
1968
1972
1975
When was the Outer Space Treaty signed?
1967
When was the Nuclear Non-proliferation…
1968
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History HL - The End of the Cold War (1980-1991)
Describe the end of Detente.
What was Ronald Regans outlook on the…
What happened in September 1903 and ho…
What did Gorbachev wish to achieve?
* December 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan... * Growth of D…
* Slogan of "Peace with Strength"... * Massive increase in Amer…
*A Korean Airliner which strayed over Russian airspace was sh…
Gorbachev wished to reform the Soviet economy which was stagn…
Describe the end of Detente.
* December 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan... * Growth of D…
What was Ronald Regans outlook on the…
* Slogan of "Peace with Strength"... * Massive increase in Amer…
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IB2 History End of Cold War
Mikhail Gorbachev
Ronald Reagan
Glasnost
Perestroika
a
b
...
...
Mikhail Gorbachev
a
Ronald Reagan
b
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IB2 History End of Cold War
Mikhail Gorbachev
Ronald Reagan
Glasnost
Perestroika
Became general secretary in 1985 and began a program of refor…
Reagan: U.S "New Right" president. Was able to move away from…
"openess" Policy adopted by Gorbachev that encouraged and all…
"restructuring." Launched by Gorbachev. Used to describe Gorb…
Mikhail Gorbachev
Became general secretary in 1985 and began a program of refor…
Ronald Reagan
Reagan: U.S "New Right" president. Was able to move away from…
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IB2 History End of Cold War
Mikhail Gorbachev
Ronald Reagan
Glasnost
Perestroika
a
b
...
...
Mikhail Gorbachev
a
Ronald Reagan
b
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Vietnam/End of Cold War
Ho Chi Minh
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Lyndon B. Johnson
John F. Kennedy
Vietnamese nationalist and revolutionary leader; president of…
Republican; Domino Theory established, Cold War deepened, sen…
Became president after Kennedy's assassination and reelected…
President of U.S.- events during his administration include t…
Ho Chi Minh
Vietnamese nationalist and revolutionary leader; president of…
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Republican; Domino Theory established, Cold War deepened, sen…
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The Cold War Ends ("The Thaw")
Destalinization
Satellite Nations
Detente
Realpolitk
The USSR tried to get rid of all of all of Stalin's policies.
Countries around the USSR that they controlled.
Lessening Cold War tensions between the US and USSR.
This means "real politics," or dealing with another country i…
Destalinization
The USSR tried to get rid of all of all of Stalin's policies.
Satellite Nations
Countries around the USSR that they controlled.
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The Cold War: End of the Cold
Changes in Asia: Iranian Revolution (1…
Changes in Asia: Hostage crisis
Changes in Middle East/Asia: Sadam Hus…
Who supported Saddam Hussein's invasio…
US-backed Shah abdicated after protests and Iran became a Shi…
US embassy workers held for 444 days.
Dictator of Iraq, invaded Iran (1980-1988)
US gave him weapons and helped his invade Iran because he see…
Changes in Asia: Iranian Revolution (1…
US-backed Shah abdicated after protests and Iran became a Shi…
Changes in Asia: Hostage crisis
US embassy workers held for 444 days.
HISTORY end of cold war study guide
What was the name of the Polish underg…
Who was the US President when the Berl…
Who takes the majority of credit for t…
Which international leader had the gre…
Solidarity by Lech Walesa
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan
Mikhail Gorbachev
What was the name of the Polish underg…
Solidarity by Lech Walesa
Who was the US President when the Berl…
Ronald Reagan
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History 2.1 end of the cold war
Mikhail Gorbachev
perestroika
glasnost
Boris Yeltsin
reformer who become leader of the Soviet Union in 1985
Gorbachev's policy of restructuring the Soviet economy
Soviet policy of permitting open discussion of political and…
president of Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union
Mikhail Gorbachev
reformer who become leader of the Soviet Union in 1985
perestroika
Gorbachev's policy of restructuring the Soviet economy
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American History - Vietnam and the End of the Cold War
Vietcong
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Tet Offensive
My Lai Massacre
-Americas #1 enemy... -invaders... -communist rebels in Democratic…
-president was given bad info and thought north Vietnam (comm…
-surprise attack by the communists (after New Years) ... -1st re…
US forces killed women children and elderly due to the belief…
Vietcong
-Americas #1 enemy... -invaders... -communist rebels in Democratic…
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
-president was given bad info and thought north Vietnam (comm…
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U.S. History The End of the Cold War Vocab
Geneva Accords
Tonkin Gulf Resolution
Credibility Gap
New Left
a 1954 peace agreement that divided Vietnam into Communist-co…
a resolution adopted by congress in 1964, giving the pres. br…
a public distrust of statements made by the gov.
a youth-dominated political movement of the 1960s, embodied i…
Geneva Accords
a 1954 peace agreement that divided Vietnam into Communist-co…
Tonkin Gulf Resolution
a resolution adopted by congress in 1964, giving the pres. br…
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World History WWII to End of Cold War
What and when was the Cold War?
What were the causes of the Cold War?
NATO
Warsaw Pact
The Cold war lasted from 1947 to 1991. It was not really a wa…
1) Fear: Stalin feared the capitalist West, and the US feared…
NATO was the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It was forme…
The Warsaw Pact was a Soviet Union alliance between Albania,…
What and when was the Cold War?
The Cold war lasted from 1947 to 1991. It was not really a wa…
What were the causes of the Cold War?
1) Fear: Stalin feared the capitalist West, and the US feared…
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History Decolonization and End of the Cold War Test
Philippines (1946)
India
Gandhi
Labor Gov in GB
...
...
...
...
Philippines (1946)
...
India
...
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