The cold war

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  • 1. HIS 420Westwood CollegeProf. Tidwell
  • 2.  Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) is one of the greatest systematic thinkers in the history of Western philosophy. The Philosophy of Right
  • 3.  deals with the human world and its array of…  social rules and institutions ▪ including ▪ morally ▪ legal ▪ religious ▪ economic ▪ political  Marriage  the family  social classes, and other forms of human organization.
  • 4.  Karl Marx (1818–1883)  best known not as a philosopher but as a revolutionary communist  works inspired the foundation of many communist regimes in the twentieth century
  • 5. • Historical materialism – Marxs theory of history • centered around the idea that forms of society rise and fall as they further and then impede the development of human productive power. • sees the historical process as proceeding through a necessary series of modes of production, characterized by class struggle, culminating in communism – Capitalism would be replaced by communism
  • 6. I. Post-WWII outcomes? 1) United Nations- formed near end of WWII as a body of nations to prevent future global wars. What organization had been formed at the end of WWI to prevent global war?
  • 7. I. Post-WWII outcomes? 2) Japan: -Occupied by American forces -Adopts democratic form of government (MacArthur Const.) -Resumed self-gov’t -Ally of U.S. Look on the bottom of your grandparent’s figurines to see if they were made in “occupied Japan.”
  • 8. I. Post-WWII outcomes? 3) Europe: -Lay in ruins -Soviet controlled East Europe -Germany divided into East (Communist) and West (Democratic) Divided Berlin
  • 9. I. Post-WWII outcomes?4) Origins of Cold War Is this what we mean by the Cold War???
  • 10. II. Cold War: DefinedCold War- 45 year competition about values.(end of WWII-collapse of Soviet Union in 1991 — 8 presidents) COLD WAR U.S. OR Soviet Union and West and East-Democracy -Totalitarianism-Individual Freedom -Socialism: state centered-Market economy -Communist
  • 11. II. Cold War: Defined THE STAKES ARE HIGH(BOTH U.S. and Soviet Union hold capability to destroy each other) 1949 Soviet Union successfully explodes an atomic bomb 1952 1st Hydrogen Bomb tested *Much more powerful than the Atomic Bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki *Precision Missile Launch
  • 12. II. Cold War: Defined NATO- North Atlantic Treaty Organization Defensive alliance between U.S. and Western Europe (1st time U.S. entered into peacetime military alliance)
  • 13. II. Cold War: Defined Warsaw Pact, 1950- Defensive alliance between Soviet Union and Eastern European Countries.
  • 14. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy ***CONTAINMENT- do not let Communism spread, resist it! (Truman Doctrine- help “free peoples” resist Communism) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Memyf1KNT0sHarry Truman(1945-1953)
  • 15. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy Marshall Plan- massive financial aid to rebuild Europe. George Marshall http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUd2W6aMng4
  • 16. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy Berlin Airlift (1948-49)- Soviets block access to west Berlin. Truman orders supplies airlifted. *2.3 million tons of supplies
  • 17. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy (1949)- Mao Zedong leads Communist takeover in China (rival to Soviet Union) REACTION: Increased fears of communist domination U.S. spent $3 million in support of Nationalist, Chiang Kai-shek, only to have failed!
  • 18. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign PolicyNSC-68: U.S. National Security Report, 1950 *emphasizes Soviet aggression *calls for massive U.S. military buildup(Virginia economy benefits more than any other—Hampton Roads and Northern Virginia) “The U.S.S.R.’s desire for World Domination requires not only to this Republic but civilization itself take a stand” How is NSC-68 different from the Marshall Plan? How is NSC-68 the same as the Marshall Plan?
  • 19. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy Korean War (1950-1953): (June, 1950) Communist North Korea invades across the 38th parallel, attacking democratic South Korea Apply Cold War policy: What should be the main objective in the Korean War?
  • 20. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy U.N. troops (made up of 90% Americans) defend South Korea Led by Douglas MacArthur
  • 21. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy 300,000 Communist Chinese troops come into war on side of North Korea
  • 22. III. Cold War: Harry Truman --- Foreign Policy Results of Korean War: Stalemate at 38th parallel 54,000 Americans die Billions of Dollars spent THINK: Was the objective of the Korean War achieved? Should more have been done?
  • 23. Who won the 1952 election?
  • 24. IV. Cold War: Dwight Eisenhower (“massive retaliation”)
  • 25. V. COLD WAR: HOMEFRONT**A. Fear of Nuclear War. Americans were urgedto build bomb shelters in their own basements.
  • 26. School children practice “duck and cover” drills
  • 27. B. Fear of Communist- “Red Scare” Senator Joseph McCarthy- (1950s) recklessly accused many government officials and citizens of being communist. (McCarthyism- making false accusations based on rumor or guilt by association.)
  • 28. QUIZ TODAY ONCOLD WAR!
  • 29. QUIZ2. What were 4 post-WWII outcomes?3. What was the Cold War? (why cold?)4. How long did the Cold War last?5. What was the Truman Doctrine? (foreign policy)6. Why were the stakes so high in the Cold War?7. What was NATO?8. What happen in 1949 to increase fears during the Cold War?9. What started the Korean War?10. What was the result of the Korean War?11. What approach did Eisenhower use to “contain” communism? (Dulles)