Essay on The Cold War-Sindu

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The Cold War
Sindu Joy
SS 310
10/30/2012
Boris Nikolov

The Cold War
Cold War is a war between USA and Soviet Union during 1945 to 1980.During this war Americans used new atomic weapons. The reason for using the name ‘cold war’ due to the good and friendly relationship between USA and Soviet Union. Actually in the cold both countries not fight each other. It is war between communist countries and democratic countries during this war Soviet Union support the North Vietnam it is a communist country. But America supports the South Vietnam it was an anticommunist country. Americans fight for the safe democracy, but the Soviet Union fought for the communism. During this war USA and Soviet Union tried to hold their values and beliefs.
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World annihilation. 2. Did you ever study the cold war in school? If so what are some aspects of the cold war that you remember.
Yes. Some aspects are the Cuban missile crisis and the school drills to prepare for nuclear explosion. 3. Who were the parties involved in the cold war?
Soviet Union and America 4. Can you name any key events that we mainly associate with cold war?
The separation of East and West German, the Russians were the first to send a man to the moon, development of the satellite and ballistic missile.
The third person’s response to my questions
1. What words or phrases come to mind when you think of the term cold war.
It is war between democrat and communist.
2. Did you ever study the cold war in school? If so what are some aspects of the cold war that you remember.
Yes. Some aspects are the Cuban missile crisis and the school drills to prepare for nuclear explosion.
3. Who were the parties involved in the cold war?
Soviet Union and America
4. Can you name any key events that we mainly associate with cold war?
The control Europe, Vietnam war, Uses of massive weapons.
Conclusion
After conducting this entire interview I got a conclusion about the cold war. ‘Cold war is a nonviolent fight between USA and Soviet Union. Two of my interviewees thought that it was a real war and they used atomic weapons to win. I explained them more about the cold war, I told them it was not an actual

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