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Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
Nato And The Warsaw Pact
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  • 1. NATO and the Warsaw Pact (1945 - 1955)
  • 2. 1945
  • 3. 1946
  • 4. 1946
  • 5. 1947
  • 6. 1947
  • 7. 1948 Communist Coup in Czechoslovakia
  • 8. 1948 Communist Coup in Czechoslovakia
  • 9. 1948 Communist Coup in Czechoslovakia
  • 10. 1948 Communist Coup in Czechoslovakia
  • 11. 1948
  • 12. 1948
  • 13. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 14. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 15. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 16. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 17. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 18. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 19. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 20. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 21. 1948 June 1948: The Berlin Airlift Begins
  • 22. 1948 Tito breaks from the Soviet Union
  • 23. 1949 April 4, 1949: NATO founded
  • 24. 1949 May 23, 1949: West Germany founded
  • 25. 1949 US deploys nuclear weapons to defend Western Europe
  • 26. 1949 US deploys nuclear weapons to defend Western Europe
  • 27. 1949 US deploys nuclear weapons to defend Western Europe
  • 28. 1949 US deploys nuclear weapons to defend Western Europe
  • 29. 1949 US deploys nuclear weapons to defend Western Europe
  • 30. 1950
  • 31. 1950
  • 32. 1951
  • 33. 1951
  • 34. 1952 Communists take over Poland
  • 35. 1952 Communists take over Poland
  • 36. 1952 Communists take over Poland
  • 37. 1952
  • 38. 1952
  • 39. 1952
  • 40. 1952 Greece and Turkey join NATO
  • 41. 1952 Greece and Turkey join NATO
  • 42. 1952 Greece and Turkey join NATO
  • 43. 1952 Greece and Turkey join NATO
  • 44. 1953
  • 45. 1953
  • 46. 1954
  • 47. 1954
  • 48. 1955 West Germany joins NATO The Warsaw Pact is formed
  • 49. Germany after World War II <ul><li>Germany was divided into 4 military zones </li></ul><ul><li>Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States controlled the government </li></ul><ul><li>Berlin was also divided among the 4 </li></ul>
  • 50. Yugoslavia breaks from the Soviet Union <ul><li>Yugoslavia was communist </li></ul><ul><li>Its leader, Tito, didn’t like Stalin because he did not want the country to be controlled by the Soviet Union </li></ul><ul><li>Stalin stopped providing money and weapons to Yugoslavia </li></ul>
  • 51. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  • 52. The Foundation of West Germany (1949) <ul><li>May 23, 1949: The American, French, and British military zones are merged into the Federal Republic of Germany </li></ul><ul><li>The Allies thought that the Soviets were trying to undermine the German economy </li></ul><ul><li>While the Germans had their own government, the Allies kept their armies in place </li></ul>
  • 53. Communists take Poland (1952) <ul><li>The Soviets liberated Poland from the Nazis in 1944, and set up their own government (500,000 Soviet troops there) </li></ul><ul><li>After the war, a coalition government was established between the communists and the pro-US politicians </li></ul><ul><li>By 1952 the communists were in complete control of Poland </li></ul>
  • 54. West Germany Joins NATO <ul><li>The US was worried that it could not protect Western Europe from a Soviet attack if Germany was not allowed to have an army </li></ul><ul><li>Britain, France, and the US decided that West Germany could rebuild an army as long as they were a member of NATO </li></ul>
  • 55. The Warsaw Pact is Formed <ul><li>The Soviets were afraid of an American attack once West Germany built an army </li></ul><ul><li>They made a military alliance with the other communist countries in Europe to defend each other in case NATO attacked them </li></ul>

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