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The Cold War: Conflicts between East and West. Divide Between Russia and US??. Ideology: Democracy Communism. Venn Diagram…. Democracy V. Communism Similarities? Differences? Filling out as a class . Truman Doctrine. Civil War in Greece

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Divide between russia and us
Divide Between Russia and US??

  • Ideology:

    • Democracy

    • Communism


Venn diagram
Venn Diagram…

  • Democracy V. Communism

    • Similarities?

    • Differences?

  • Filling out as a class 


Truman doctrine
Truman Doctrine

  • Civil War in Greece

    • Britain was unable to continue to support the reconstruction in the Mediterranean ((Why?))

      • Turkey and Greece at stake!

    • Britain supported the Pro-Western Side

    • Tito (Communist leader of Yugoslavia) Supported the communist guerilla fighters

    • US scared of Soviet expansion (Domino Theory)


Truman doctrine con t
Truman Doctrine con’t

  • Truman’s speech to congress (3-12-1947):

    • “I believe that it must be the policy of the United States to support the free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or by outside pressures.”

  • ((What do you think this means?))


Truman doctrine con t1
Truman Doctrine Con’t

  • US suspicious of Soviet’s interest and intents with Greece and Turkey.

  • Unfounded

    • Stalin not pleased with Tito’s actions

      • ((Why???))


Kennan s containment packet
Kennan’s Containment (Packet)

  • Front page of your packet…

  • Read through…

  • Then answer the questions following the passage…


Kennan s containment
Kennan’s Containment

  • 1.) Kennan states that the Russian politicians want to maintain their 'prestige.' How would this concept of prestige instigate the Cold War, rather than ending it? 

  • 2.) The first line of the second paragraphs predicts that the United States has to face the Soviet Union at "constantly shifting geographical and political points" in order to contain the spread of Communism. Does this scenario come true, and, if so, how?

  • 3.) What does Kennan mean by the second paragraph? How does this relate to what we know of the events of the Cold War?

  •  4.) Why is it important for the United States to appear "know what it wants," all while dealing with internal problems?


Containment theory
Containment Theory

  • What is Kennan trying to say???

  • Pop


Marshall plan
Marshall Plan

  • June 1947

    • European Recovery Program (Marshall Plan)

  • Provides 13 Billion dollars to All of Europe

    • “…against hunger, poverty, desperation, and chaos.”

    • USSR does not participate in this, despite the option to… Why…


Soviet pov of marshall plan
Soviet POV of Marshall Plan

  • Capitalist Imperialism

    • Gaining influence of weaker countries, through monetary bribes (favors)

  • Any truths?

    • American firms were making the products sent to Europe…

    • US popular opinion: Communist advances fed off economic turmoil


Soviet reactions
Soviet Reactions?

  • Russia could not compete with the financial strength of US…

  • Therefore, it could only do one thing: Tighten its control over eastern Europe…


European countries aided
European Countries Aided

  • $3.2 Billion – UK

  • $2.7 Billion – France

  • $1.5 Billion – West Germany

  • $694 Million – Greece

  • $677 Million – Austria

  • Aid between April 3rd, 1948- June 30th, 1952.




Formation of military alliances
Formation of Military Alliances

  • Why need alliances?

  • NATO v Warsaw


NATO

  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization

  • April 1949

  • Belgium, Luxemburg, Netherlands, France, Britain, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Iceland, USA and Canada signed.

  • Mutual Assistance



Before warsaw there was
Before Warsaw, There was…

  • 1949 – Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON)

    • Purpose was economic cooperation

    • Also allowed Stalin Control over the “Buffer zone”/satellite countries of eastern Europe


Warsaw pact
Warsaw Pact

  • 1955

  • Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Soviet Union joined

  • Buffer Zone?



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