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Soviet Downfall

.... the extraordinary event: the Soviets' leading physicist called for disarmament, rapprochement with the West and a humanitarian society for the Soviet Union. ....

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Germany and the Cold War

.... the region in 1969. He help secure a non-aggression pact between West Germany and the Soviet Union. An Eastern Chancellor was the ....

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United States and the Soviet Union Cold War

.... the Eastern Europe was under direct rule of the Soviet Union. After the effects of NATO and the Warsaw Pact, Europe was split into to blocs, West and East. ....

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Potsdam conferance in 1945

.... On the west side Soviet start stealing everything they can put their hand on. They stole rail road, industries everything. They start destroying East Germany. ....

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Berlin Blockade

.... action. The building of the Berlin Wall, separating the city into east and west, was the Soviet-East German solution. Concerning ....

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The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall

.... Even though the Soviet ended the blockade, two separate governments emerged. In the West, the Federal Republic of Germany was founded, and in the East, the ....

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Cold War

.... The installing of Communist Governments in Eastern Europe, which were falsely referred to as " Military Soviet Expansions¢ in the West, served only one ....

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Cold War

.... In 1946, after reparation agreements broke down between the western and Soviet zones, the west wanted to merge the British, French and American zones. ....

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Berlin Wall1

.... The US, British, and French Sectors combined to form a democratic state, The Federal Republic of Germany, or West Germany. The Soviet sector became a communist ....

1260 Words 5 Pages

Creation of European Nations

.... The three sections controlled by capitalist nations became West Germany and West Berlin, while the Soviet's sector became East Germany and East Berlin. ....

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cold war

.... the Second World War, the world was divided between the Communists and the non-Communists, the East and the West. The East consisted of the Soviet Union, its ....

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Cold War

.... The Cold War was a period of tension and hostility between the West and Soviet Union [SU], the origins of which dates back to 1917. ....

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Cold war

.... In the eyes of the West, the Soviet Union was a state dedicated to world revolutions and to the overthrow of capitalism everywhere. ....

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Nuclear Weapons In Asia

.... Union. This is where the Cold War comes into the picture. After WWII, tensions between the West and the Soviet Union were heated. At ....

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The Causes of the Cold War

.... defensive. Stalin wished to create a buffer zone of Communist states around him to protect Soviet Russia from the capitalist West. In ....

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Cold War

.... During the next forty years West Germany joined the Western Community and East Germany became part of the Western-most part of the Soviet Empire (Galante, 1965 ....

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Berlin Wall

.... defensive. Stalin's wished to create a buffer zone of Communist states around him to protect Soviet Russia from the capitalist West. In ....

1441 Words 6 Pages

Cold War

.... defensive. Stalin's wished to create a buffer zone of Communist states around him to protect Soviet Russia from the capitalist West. In ....

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Post Communistic Countries

.... John P. Maynard: Soviet Communism Collapsed on Its Own Maynard, a pseudonym for a staff member of the United States Congress, asserts that the West deserves no ....

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Effects-collectivism&industrialisation-Soviet people 1930

.... and military might of the Soviet Union. However his plan to industrialise Russia could only be carried out if they were able to import machinery from the West. ....

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Cold War

.... Obviously this violated people's rights such as freedom of speech. (The Soviet Union, the West and the nuclear arms race) In 1947, president Truman added to ....

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cold war1

.... In an attempt by the US to unify West Germany, the Soviet Union cut off all access along the three corridors of West Germany; this prohibited food and supplies ....

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THE EFFECT OF STALINS PURGES IN THE 1930S ON THE SOVIET UNIONS ...

.... Appeasement in Eastern Europe would deflect German aggression to the west. .... In a way, by signing the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact, he was buying as much time ....

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Cold War

.... The Security Defense Initiative showed the Soviet Union that the West was willing and capable of outspending then in nuclear arms. ....

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THE COLD WAR IN EUROPE

.... The Western occupation zone in Berlin was particularly contentious, as it gave the West firm presence inside the general Soviet sphere of influence. ....

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The Soviet Union – Stable or Unstable? Analysis of History

.... made great strides during the 20th century, but it could not keep pace with the west in economic, political, or social arenas, and so, the Soviet Union gave up ....

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Cold War

.... activity in other countries the Soviets also accused the united states and other capitalist allies of the west of attempting to en circle the soviet union so ....

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Post communism

.... John P. Maynard: Soviet Communism Collapsed on Its Own Maynard, a pseudonym for a staff member of the United States Congress, asserts that the West deserves no ....

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The Cold War

.... Cold War. These differences caused the mounting tension between the Soviet Union and the west at the end of World War II. With the ....

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The Fall of the Berlin Wall

.... the Interzonenpass. The Soviet Union reciprocated, but East German citizens needed permission to enter West Germany. The years 1954 ....

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