Allied PartUnited StatesGreat BritainFranceOther PartSoviet Union
The Soviet Unionattempted to controlall of Berlin by cuttingoff surface traffic toand from the city ofWest Berlin.
About a year.Started June 1948 endedMay 1949, but U.S. kept theairlift going untilSeptember.
The possible loss of theirfreedom if they identifiedtoo closely with the westernpowers and the westernpowers decided to pu...
Lack of sufficient electricalpower sources, strictrationing for homes,factories, offices, andtransportation services.
The United Nations
TheMarshallPlan
He identified WesternEurope as the region inwhich the battleagainst communismmust be fought andwon.
He suggested that if the United Statespermitted Western Europe to remaineconomically weak and hence,vulnerable to Communis...
The Marshall Plan was essential to preservingdemocracy in the United States.orThe Marshall Plan reflected the U.S. ambitio...
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Berlin airlift

  1. 1. Allied PartUnited StatesGreat BritainFranceOther PartSoviet Union
  2. 2. The Soviet Unionattempted to controlall of Berlin by cuttingoff surface traffic toand from the city ofWest Berlin.
  3. 3. About a year.Started June 1948 endedMay 1949, but U.S. kept theairlift going untilSeptember.
  4. 4. The possible loss of theirfreedom if they identifiedtoo closely with the westernpowers and the westernpowers decided to pull out.
  5. 5. Lack of sufficient electricalpower sources, strictrationing for homes,factories, offices, andtransportation services.
  6. 6. The United Nations
  7. 7. TheMarshallPlan
  8. 8. He identified WesternEurope as the region inwhich the battleagainst communismmust be fought andwon.
  9. 9. He suggested that if the United Statespermitted Western Europe to remaineconomically weak and hence,vulnerable to Communist takeover,Americans could lost the mostmeaningful aspect of their lives- theireconomic political, and socialfreedom.
  10. 10. The Marshall Plan was essential to preservingdemocracy in the United States.orThe Marshall Plan reflected the U.S. ambitionsfor dominance and anticipating the cold warwith the Soviet Union.

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