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What was the Cold War?

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Published on January 8, 2008

Author: mrbelshaw

Source: slideshare.net

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An introductory Powerpoint about the start of the Cold War.
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What was the Cold War? Objective To be able to explain to someone who's never heard of it what the Cold War was. 8/1/08

Different types of diplomacy When negotiations take place between nations it is known as diplomacy . There are different types of diplomacy: Hot War : this is actual warfare. All talks have failed and the armies are fighting. Warm War : this is where talks are still going on and there would always be a chance of a peaceful outcome but armies, navies etc. are being fully mobilised and war plans are being put into operation ready for the command to fight. Cold War : this term is used to describe the relationship between America and the Soviet Union 1945 to 1980. Neither side ever fought the other - the consequences would have been too appalling.

We Didn’t Start The Fire on YouTube @ http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =bVi-HaCOxH4

4 February 1945 Yalta Conference 17 July 1945 Potsdam Conference 6 August 1945 US drop atomic bomb on Hiroshima March 1946 Churchill’s ‘ Iron Curtain’ speech June 1947 The Marshall Plan offers aid to Europe January 1948 Britain, France & USA combine their areas of Berlin June 1948 Start of the ‘ Berlin airlift’ 1 March 1953 Stalin dies October 1956 People of Hungary rebel against Communist rule August 1961 The Berlin wall is constructed 31 July 1968 People of Czechoslovakia rebel against Communist rule 13 December 1981 Miners in Poland go on strike 9 November 1989 Berlin wall comes down Put these events onto a timeline!

The Cold War – Episode 1 (I’ll probably put this on Google Video)

Homework Please create a new post on your blog about the Cold War. You should explain what it was and why it started. You should include links for further reading and relevant images. Remember, this is to help YOU with YOUR coursework!

Please create a new post on your blog about the Cold War. You should explain what it was and why it started.

You should include links

for further reading and

relevant images.

Remember, this is to

help YOU with YOUR

coursework!

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