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The Cold War [1945-1991]: An Ideological Struggle

The Cold War [1945-1991]: An Ideological Struggle

The Cold War [1945-1991]: An Ideological Struggle. Soviet & Eastern Bloc Nations [“Iron Curtain”]. US & the Western Democracies. GOAL  “Containment” of Communism & the eventual collapse of the Communist world. [ George Kennan ]. GOAL  spread world-wide Communism. METHODOLOGIES:

By lotus
(339 views)

Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. World War I. Section One. Powder keg in Europe. Nationalism. Nationalism is A feeling of intense loyalty to one’s country or group. Ethic Groups – people who shared a common language and traditions , felt that their traditions were better than other nations. Expansion.

By johnda
(165 views)

Civil Rights and Counter-Culture

Civil Rights and Counter-Culture

Civil Rights and Counter-Culture. 1950s: The “Age of Affluence”: unprecedented economic advancement The End of World War II: The G.I. Bill; creation of suburban America; new affordability of houses and more access to education

By urit
(148 views)

What was Détente?

What was Détente?

What was Détente?. The Cold War. This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not editable. For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. What we will learn today. What we will learn today:

By egil
(188 views)

General topic: how do pathogen/pest populations respond to deployment of host resistance?

General topic: how do pathogen/pest populations respond to deployment of host resistance?

General topic: how do pathogen/pest populations respond to deployment of host resistance?. Selective effects of qualitative resistance (R genes) Natural vs. human-created systems How does evolution to virulence affect pathogens – is there a cost to virulence?

By zbigniew
(497 views)

Introduction to the cold war

Introduction to the cold war

Objectives: Identify the structure and demands of the course Explore the key characteristics of the Cold War Explain these characteristics. Introduction to the cold war. Your Guide to A2 History:. This is your guide It is £3 for the copying Please put in your folder

By lynde
(326 views)

Cold War

Cold War

Cold War. Chapter 36b. Intro: Cold War. By end of WWII, alliance between G.B., U.S., and U.S.S.R. disintegrating Cold war = competition for global influence between democracy/capitalism and communism Led to: alliances (-> “iron curtain”), client states, arms race, diplomatic

By ceri
(307 views)

The Cold War

The Cold War

The Cold War. Outcome: Why a Cold War?. Why a cold war?. Setting the stage: During and After WWII The U.S. and Soviet Union were allies during WWII Both counties spied on each other during WWII Both wanted to share as little as possible in the victory over the axis powers

By kalani
(129 views)

The Policy of BRINKMANSHIP

The Policy of BRINKMANSHIP

The Policy of BRINKMANSHIP. You have to take chances for peace, just as you must take chances in war…. If you are scared to go to the brink, you are lost.”. John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State. Definition.

By chaeli
(150 views)

The Cold War [1945-1991]: An Ideological Struggle

The Cold War [1945-1991]: An Ideological Struggle

The Cold War [1945-1991]: An Ideological Struggle. Soviet & Eastern Bloc Nations [“Iron Curtain”]. US & the Western Democracies. GOAL  “Containment” of Communism & the eventual collapse of the Communist world. [ George Kennan ]. GOAL  spread world-wide Communism. METHODOLOGIES:

By duc
(174 views)

Europe 1870-1918

Europe 1870-1918

Europe 1870-1918. Europe 1870-1918. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD2GJAxYtW8. The Franco-Prussian War. The first war of this dramatic period…. Prussia stands victorious over a broken France. Students in Paris man the barricades against a Prussian attack.

By yoninah
(175 views)

How Technology Changed the Face of the War

How Technology Changed the Face of the War

How Technology Changed the Face of the War. Spodek, pp. 649-655, 661-663, 663-672. WHY GLOBAL WAR IN 1914?. Break of Multi-national Empires Intense Nationalism Social Darwinism Yellow Journalism Arms Race and Rise of Armaments Industry. New Weapons. New Weapons (continued).

By tom
(142 views)

The Great War

The Great War

The Great War. The US and World War I. The Great War. Time Frame: 1914-1918. Basic Causes of the War. 1. Nationalism [National Rivalries] 2. Colonial Rivalries between European Powers 3. Arms Race in Europe 4. Entangling Alliances 5. Practice of Brinkmanship. “The Spark”.

By jarvis
(164 views)

Containment and Cold War

Containment and Cold War

Containment and Cold War. Japan vs. China 1937. July 1937 Japan invades China, bringing a coalition of GMD and CCP. Invasion of Shanghai The Rape of Nanking Asia’s parallel to the Spanish Civil War, civilian targets. The Axis Powers in WW II.

By montgomery
(108 views)

The Yom Kippur War

The Yom Kippur War

The Yom Kippur War . October 1973. Background to the Yom Kippur War. War of Attrition Khartoum Summit : 3 No’s Premier Golda Meir’s policies UN resolution 242 : ‘occupied territories’ Sadat’s Foreign P olicy US role in the Middle East. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BumWLG_v1b4.

By hideaki
(169 views)

State control was enforced in two ways

State control was enforced in two ways

State control was enforced in two ways. Secret Police The secret police arrested people who spoke out against the government or were otherwise considered a threat. Spies

By kaiyo
(72 views)

The Cold War

The Cold War

The Cold War. Cold War starts. Though Stalin promised democracy for Eastern Europe at Yalta, the Red Army remained in those countries & they became “ satellite states” controlled by the Soviet Union

By torsten
(91 views)

Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism

Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism

CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I. Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism. CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I. Militarism European nations began an arms race as they competed for colonies around the world……. Militarism & Arms Race.

By Albert_Lan
(103 views)

1945 to 1950

1945 to 1950

Origins of the Cold War (1945 to 1950). 1945 to 1950. I.) Conflicts Begin. WWII alliance dissolves due to differences 1. Great Britain power falls (third place) 2. France rebuilding from the war WWII leaves two “ Super Powers ” 1. Soviet Union = Communist

By rimona
(139 views)

5 Background Causes of WW1

5 Background Causes of WW1

5 Background Causes of WW1. 1. Industrialization. Countries competing to be the biggest industrial strength In order to do so, need to do what?. 2. Imperial Rivalries. Industrialization lead to the desire to Imperialize Competition over who gets what, who is most powerful.

By nyoko
(135 views)

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