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Rebuilding Europe & Beginning of the Cold War. #1. Which of the following countries was not behind the “Iron Curtain” under Soviet control? Czechoslovakia Poland Romania Greece Bulgaria. #2.

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#1

Which of the following countries was not behind the “Iron Curtain” under Soviet control?

  • Czechoslovakia
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Greece
  • Bulgaria
slide3
#2

“We must wait ever vigilant, applying pressure when needed and make sure every move made by the USSR is met with a counter move.”

This statement summarizes the key elements of ________.

  • The containment policy pursued by the United States
  • The financial plan conceived by George Marshall
  • The recommendation of the French communist party to De Gaulle
  • Mao Zedong’s statement against Stalin
  • Poland’s foreign policy under Gomulka
slide4
#3

The Truman Doctrine (1947) stated that:

  • The United States would provide support for countries threatened by communism
  • The Monroe Doctrine was still valid
  • The US would overthrow Castro
  • Scandinavia was in the Russian sphere of influence
  • American aid would be cut off to Eastern Europe
slide5
#4

After World War II which of the following settlements was imposed on Germany?

  • The monarchy was restored
  • It was divided into four sectors of occupation
  • Membership in the UN Security Council
  • Total occupation by the USSR
  • Decentralized into 150 small states
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#5

Which of the following was NOT a World War II conference among Allied leaders?

  • Casablanca
  • Tehran
  • Yalta
  • Potsdam
  • Nuremburg
slide7
#6

What was one of Stalin’s demands for the USSR joining the United Nations?

  • He could do whatever he wanted
  • Permanent seat at the Security Council
  • He gets all of Germany
  • USSR would not have to abide by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • The country did not have to be present at the meetings
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#7

Which country was a communist country, but did not join the Pact of Brussels, NATO, or the Warsaw Pact?

  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Ireland
  • Yugoslavia
  • Austria
aftermath of ww2
Aftermath of WW2
  • 50 million refugees
  • Spring of 1945 – about 20 million people on the move
  • About 12 million Germans forced to leave their homes…around 4 million returned to Germany
  • 1 out of every 6 person was a refugee
  • 1947 – 1.5 million Germans still lived in camps for displaced persons
aftermath of ww21
Aftermath of WW2
  • Dumbarton Oaks Conference
  • United Nations replaced League of Nations
  • USA, Germany, Italy, & Japan join
united nations
United Nations
  • Headquartered in New York City
  • Originally 51 member states (Now 193)
    • All have 1 vote
  • Security council of 11 (now 15)
  • Five permanent seats on Security Council
    • All have the right to veto decisions
      • USA
      • USSR
      • Great Britain
      • France
      • China
united nations1
United Nations
  • Promote International peace and cooperation
  • Have the authority to send peace-keeping forces (military) into a disrupted area
  • Truman Doctrine 1947
alliances formed
Alliances Formed
  • Pact of Brussels (1948)
    • GB, France, Belgium, Netherlands, & Luxembourg
  • NATO (1949)
    • United States joined Pact of Brussels countries along with Italy, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Portugal, Canada, Greece, Turkey, and West Germany
  • Warsaw Pact (1955)
    • USSR, Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Czechoslovakia, Poland, East Germany
slide15
#1

Which of the following countries was not behind the “Iron Curtain” under Soviet control?

  • Czechoslovakia
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Greece
  • Bulgaria
slide16
#2

“We must wait ever vigilant, applying pressure when needed and make sure every move made by the USSR is met with a counter move.”

This statement summarizes the key elements of ________.

  • The containment policy pursued by the United States
  • The financial plan conceived by George Marshall
  • The recommendation of the French communist party to De Gaulle
  • Mao Zedong’s statement against Stalin
  • Poland’s foreign policy under Gomulka
slide17
#3

The Truman Doctrine (1947) stated that:

  • The United States would provide support for countries threatened by communism
  • The Monroe Doctrine was still valid
  • The US would overthrow Castro
  • Scandinavia was in the Russian sphere of influence
  • American aid would be cut off to Eastern Europe
slide18
#4

After World War II which of the following settlements was imposed on Germany?

  • The monarchy was restored
  • It was divided into four sectors of occupation
  • Membership in the UN Security Council
  • Total occupation by the USSR
  • Decentralized into 150 small states
slide19
#5

Which of the following was NOT a World War II conference among Allied leaders?

  • Casablanca
  • Tehran
  • Yalta
  • Potsdam
  • Nuremburg
slide20
#6

What was one of Stalin’s demands for the USSR joining the United Nations?

  • He could do whatever he wanted
  • Permanent seat at the Security Council
  • He gets all of Germany
  • USSR would not have to abide by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • The country did not have to be present at the meetings
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#7

Which country was a communist country, but did not join the Pact of Brussels, NATO, or the Warsaw Pact?

  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Ireland
  • Yugoslavia
  • Austria