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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Conflict With the Soviet Union DURING WORLD WAR II BUT AFTER THE SOVIETS ANGERED THE ALLIES BY... The U.S. and Soviet Union were allies against the Germans Signing a non-aggression pact with Germany ANDBlaming the Allies for not invading Germany prior to 1944 THE UNITED NATIONS THE YALTA CONFERENCE MEETING WITH Winston ChurchillFranklin D. RooseveltJoseph Stalin WHERE? Soviet Black Sea resort of Yalta -Divide Germany into occupation zonesGermany must recompense the Soviet Union-Stalin joined war vs. Japan-Eastern Europe promised free elections An international organization of 48 countries based in New York intended to protect the members against aggression. Two parties: General Assembly and the Security Council. THE AGREEMENT The German Democratic Republic President Truman's foreign policy to block Soviet and communist influences. Federal Republic of Germany E. GERMANY W. GERMANY CONTAINMENT: THE TRUMAN DOCTRINE Truman's support for countries that rejected communism THE MONROE DOCTRINE U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall's proposal for the U.S. to give aid to needy European countries PRESIDENT TRUMAN THE COLD WAR A struggle for political differences carried on by means short of military action or war THE SUPERPOWERS' STRATEGIES spyingpropogandadiplomacysecret operations In response to the Allies withdrawing their forces from Germany, the Soviet Union held West Berlin hostage. The people were cut off from highway,matter, and rail traffic. The Allies flew food and supplies into West Berlin for 11 months THE BERLIN AIRLIFT North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) A defense military alliance consisting of ten Western European countries including the U.S.and Canada The Warsaw Pact In response to the NATO, the Soviet Union started their own alliance, the Warsaw Pact. BRINKMANSHIP: the willingness to go to the brink, edge of war. Now that both the U.S.and Soviet Union possessed the H-bombs (hydrogen bombs) which were thousands of times more powerful than A-bombs brinkmanship became more popular. President DweightS. Eisenhower and his Secretary of State John Foster Dulles used threats and retaliation if confronted by the Soviets. In August 1957 the Soviets announce the creation of a ICBM (Intercontinental ballistic missile) made to push the first unmanned satellite Sputnik into space. Eisenhower proposed that the U.S. And Soviet fly overreach other to guard against nuclear bombs The Soviet Union says no The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) flies U-2 planes over the Soviet Union The Soviet Union shoots down a U.S. U-2 plane and captures the pilot, Francis Gary Powers The Cold War By: Jade Scott
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