cold war timeline

  • yalta conference

    yalta conference
    Yalta Ukraine. theodore Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, and Winston Churchill were the main leaders at the conferences. it was a meeting between Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill to discuss the re-drawing of the map of Europe. They also agreed that after the war European countries would be have the right to decide their own fate by a free election. The Yalta conference effected liberalism in a good way because it gives the people the right to vote for themselves.
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    Potsdam conference

    Potsdam Germany. The US president Harry Truman, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, and Clement Attlee which is Churchill's successor. the three leaders met at Potsdam to split Germany to small parts to they will become less powerful. They also threatened Japan to back down or they would bomb them with the Atomic bomb. during this time Truman and Stalin both wanted dominance over Europe and Asia for control over resources. The Potsdam conference led to the loss of liberalism due t
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    Hiroshima bombing

  • Truman Doctrine

    Started in the the US and then was later focused in Greece and Turkey. President Truman and the Greek and Turkish governments. The US provide $400 million in post war aid because they did not want to be communist. The Truman Doctrine made no change in liberalism for the two countries because the US help take away communism but then forced capitalist on the country nit giving them the freedom to choose.
  • Molotov Plan

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    Marshall Plan

    The US and the communist or democratic ragged euroup countries
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    Brussels treaty

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    Berlin Blockade

  • Soviet creation of Nuclear weapons

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    NATO

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    Korean war

  • Stalin deaths

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    Warsaw pact

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    Vietnam war

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    Hungarian revolution

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    NORAD

  • Fidel Castro taking over

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    Bay of pigs

  • Creation of the Berlin wall

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    End of Missile crisis

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    Nuclear Arms Treaties

  • Solidarity in Poland

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    Afghanistan VS. Soviet war

  • The Fall of the Berlin wall

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    Czechoslovakia revolution

  • The end of the Cold War