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    Cold War Similarities

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    The Cold War was developed after World War II, a series of years that intensified military and political differences between the United States, Soviet Union, and their allies. Both global influences connected a range of challenges against each other, including military strategy and proxy wars in smaller countries to expand their concepts of principles. In the end, the economic facet of capitalism won out and the Soviet Union collapsed. The War on Terror began September 11, 2001, after a…

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    Cold War Apush

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    Joseph Stalin and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and presidents Truman and Eisenhower and the United States were engaged in a cold war that ranged from Europe to Asia. The USSR was out to instill it’s influence and to spread Communism throughout Asia whilst preventing the United States from stopping their flow and instead putting forth capitalism as the way for Asian countries. A war of influence raged on between both superpowers as they went back and forth to who should reign in Asia.…

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    Gorbachev And The Cold War

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    The Cold War The Cold War was a conflict between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States lasting from 1947 until 1991. As its name implies, the Cold war didn’t involve much fighting. “Although the Soviet Union and the United states never fought each other directly, battles did take place in countries where people allied themselves with one superpower or the other” (O’Connell). It started with tensions after World War II and remained a standoff for many years. Both…

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    Origin Of The Cold War

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    The United States challenged the Soviet Union igniting what became known as the Cold War, which lasted for nearly fifty years from 1947 to 1991. The war was not actually fought between the two nations on the battlefield, but rather was fought through espionage, propaganda, the supply of weapons to allies and the the arms race for nuclear supremacy. The origin of the Cold War was conflict between Communism and Democracy. Russia sought to expand Communism globally, whereas America sought to spread…

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    Cold War Outline

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    What was the Cold War and how did it start? “When Ivan meets G.I. Joe” ~Joe Strummer, The Clash The Cold War described in the simplest way was the intense ideological conflict between the two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, with each side vying for dominance and exploiting any opportunity for expansion. In reality it involved the Western Bloc, which included the United States and its NATO allies, pitted against the Eastern Bloc, the Soviet Union and its allies in…

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    History Of The Cold War

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    conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union, the Cold War acted as a key period in world history. The Cold War lasted from 1945 through 1991. Through numerous clashes coming from the spreading of communist ways, both the U.S. and Soviet Union indirectly fought each other. During this period, the two nations attempted to negate the other’s ability to have an impact on conflicts. In my opinion, the “Cold War” was not very much a cold war at all. Even though indirectly, the U.S and…

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    Ideologies In The Cold War

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    Cold war refers to the intense post World War II tensions between the two superpowers, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States (US), that have emerged at the end of World War II. During the cold war, there was never a direct confrontation between the two superpowers. Both superpowers antagonized each other through political maneuvering, military coalitions, espionage, propaganda, nuclear weapons, economic aid, and proxy wars between other nations like Korea, Afghanistan…

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    Fix 25, April 2016 Analytical Paper II The Cold War had a major influence in international affairs. It was a continuous competition mainly between the United States and the Soviet Union. Arne Westad argues that “the Cold War was a continuation of colonialism through slightly different means” (Westad, 396). I believe this statement is a description of World War II’s colonialism ways transitioning onto another international conflict; the Cold War. The Cold War began as a disagreement between the…

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    Cold War Speech

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    The cold war took place during the years 1945 and 1991 between the United States and the Soviet Union. It is known as the cold war because it never turned “hot,” which means that there was never any actual fighting between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. During these years, many important things happened, many things were invented, and World War III almost happened on many different occasions. On March 5, 1946, Prime Minister Winston Churchill delivered a speech which, essentially, kick-started…

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    consequences of the murder in his best-selling novel: In Cold Blood. Debated hotly regarding its credibility and writing style, the novel remains a controversial and unique work. In Cold Blood is important to be read by high school students since it exposes students to a renowned work of a unique genre of novels, exhibits Capote’s mastery in characterization and provides a vast amount of information about a significant event in criminal justice history. In Cold Blood is one of the most…

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