After WWII     U S A , F R A N C E A N D     UNITED KINGDOM    OCCUPIED WESTERN         EUROPE.S O V I E T U N I O N O C...
NATO and The Warsaw PactNATO                       WAR SAW PACT North Atlantic Treaty    • Alliances of Eastern  Organiza...
Stalin’s 5 year plan Many new factories were ordered to be built. Stalin decided where and what kind of factories to  bu...
 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.U.    Included 15 republics with Russia       being the largest.      Countries of...
The Cold War
MAJOR RESULTS OF THE       COLD WARTWO CONFLICTS WERE THERESULT OF THE COLD WAR:        Korean War        Vietnam WarBOTH ...
Iron Curtain      •People were      restricted from      traveling outside      their countries.      •Western Europeans  ...
Cold War Beginning in 1945, the Cold War was a period of  distrust and misunderstanding between the Soviet  Union and its...
 After World War II, Soviet dictator Joseph  Stalin placed most of the Eastern European  countries under communist contro...
 Another problem of the Cold War was the division  of Germany. At the end of the war, the Allies  divided Germany into fo...
 In 1948, the Western Allies wanted to    reunite Germany, but the Soviet    Union disagreed.   The Soviets declared the...
 Some countries under communist  rule tried to break away from the  Soviet Union, but the Soviets sent  the military into...
 Such a war would be a disaster for everyone on  earth. Countries formed new alliances to protect  themselves. In 1949,...
Cold War No war was ever fought but this was a period of  political non-cooperation. Neither side wanted to start a war ...
The Rise of theSUPERPOWERS THE UNITED STATES        VS. THE SOVIET UNION
 As the Cold War continued, the    United States and the Soviet Union    increased their area of influence.   More count...
SOVIET INFLUENCE The Soviets had a permanent seat on the UN security    council.   They influenced other communists coun...
UNITED STATES INFLUENCE The United States also had a permanent seat on the UN    Security Council with strong ties to Wes...
German  ReunificationTHE SOVIET UNION WAS SPENDING  MORE AND MORE OF ITS MONEY PUTTING DOWN REVOLTS WITHIN  ITS COUNTRY, P...
 By 1985, the economy was so  unstable that Mikhail Gorbachev,  the head of the Soviet Union,  reduced government control...
 In November 1989, the Berlin Wall    was torn down.   Germany began the process of    unifying and people around the   ...
Ticket out the Door1. Reflect on how you would feel ifsuddenly they built a wall betweenDallas and Hiram. You were notallo...
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  1. 1. After WWII U S A , F R A N C E A N D UNITED KINGDOM OCCUPIED WESTERN EUROPE.S O V I E T U N I O N O C C U P I E D EASTERN EUROPE, INCLUDING PARTS OF GERMANY. G E R M A N Y ’ S C A P I T A L BERLIN WAS ALSO DIVIDED AMONG THE COUNTRIES.
  2. 2. NATO and The Warsaw PactNATO WAR SAW PACT North Atlantic Treaty • Alliances of Eastern Organization European countries Formed to defend one behind the Iron another if they were Curtain. attacked by the Soviet Union or any other nation. NATO and Warsaw Pact countries would not trade or cooperate with each other.
  3. 3. Stalin’s 5 year plan Many new factories were ordered to be built. Stalin decided where and what kind of factories to build, how many goods to produce and how to distribute them. Peasant were forced to move to collective farms owned by the government. All crops produced were distributed by the government.
  4. 4.  Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.U.  Included 15 republics with Russia being the largest.  Countries of Eastern Europe were Puppet Governments – following theS. orders from the Soviet leaders in Moscow.  Citizen could not complain about the government.S.  They would be jailed for expressing views that the leaders did not like.R.
  5. 5. The Cold War
  6. 6. MAJOR RESULTS OF THE COLD WARTWO CONFLICTS WERE THERESULT OF THE COLD WAR: Korean War Vietnam WarBOTH SIDES SUPPLIED WEAPONS AND MANPOWER.
  7. 7. Iron Curtain •People were restricted from traveling outside their countries. •Western Europeans who wished to visit the East faced restrictions.
  8. 8. Cold War Beginning in 1945, the Cold War was a period of distrust and misunderstanding between the Soviet Union and its former allies in the West, particular the United States. The Soviet Union was a communist country that believed a powerful central government should control the economy as well as the government. This idea was very different from the democracy and capitalism found in the United States. The United States believed that business should be privately owned.
  9. 9.  After World War II, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin placed most of the Eastern European countries under communist control. These countries became know as the Eastern Bloc. The United States led the Western Bloc countries of Western Europe. The line separating the two was called the “Iron Curtain”.
  10. 10.  Another problem of the Cold War was the division of Germany. At the end of the war, the Allies divided Germany into four sections to keep it from regaining power. The United States, Great Britain, France and the Soviet Union each controlled a section.
  11. 11.  In 1948, the Western Allies wanted to reunite Germany, but the Soviet Union disagreed. The Soviets declared their section of the country “East Germany” and the reunited sections became West Germany. Even the capital of Berlin in East Germany was divided into East and West. Tension grew. In 1961, communist leaders build the Berlin Wall. It separated the communist part of the city from the free sections.
  12. 12.  Some countries under communist rule tried to break away from the Soviet Union, but the Soviets sent the military into these countries to keep them in line. Each side in this Cold War thought the other was trying to rule the world. Neither side gave up, and people lived in fear that another world war might erupt. People worried that if such a war happened, it would be a nuclear war.
  13. 13.  Such a war would be a disaster for everyone on earth. Countries formed new alliances to protect themselves. In 1949, the western European countries, plus the United States and Canada formed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The eastern countries signed the Warsaw Pact.
  14. 14. Cold War No war was ever fought but this was a period of political non-cooperation. Neither side wanted to start a war due to nuclear weapons which would cause destruction of a global scale. United States feared the Soviet Union would influence other countries to become communist.
  15. 15. The Rise of theSUPERPOWERS THE UNITED STATES VS. THE SOVIET UNION
  16. 16.  As the Cold War continued, the United States and the Soviet Union increased their area of influence. More countries allied with each The United States and the Soviet Union had the ability to influence world events and project worldwide power. The countries were evenly matched. The world took sides, communist or democracy, socialist or fee market.
  17. 17. SOVIET INFLUENCE The Soviets had a permanent seat on the UN security council. They influenced other communists counties and dictatorships around the world. The Soviets occupied the largest country in the world – Russia. They had the third-largest population and the second-largest economy. The Soviets had military and space technology, a worldwide spy network (the KGB), and one of the largest stockpiles of nuclear weapons in the world.
  18. 18. UNITED STATES INFLUENCE The United States also had a permanent seat on the UN Security Council with strong ties to Western Europe and Latin America. The United States was the third-largest country in the world and the fourth most populated. The US supported underdeveloped countries and developing democratic ones. The US had powerful military support from NATO and the largest navy in the world. They had bases all over the world, even bordering the Warsaw Pact countries. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) spent money to spy on the Soviet Union. The United States had a large reserve of nuclear weapons.
  19. 19. German ReunificationTHE SOVIET UNION WAS SPENDING MORE AND MORE OF ITS MONEY PUTTING DOWN REVOLTS WITHIN ITS COUNTRY, PROTECTING ITSBORDERS, AND KEEPING UP WITHTHE UNITED STATES IN THE ARMS RACE.
  20. 20.  By 1985, the economy was so unstable that Mikhail Gorbachev, the head of the Soviet Union, reduced government control of business and increased freedoms for Soviet citizens. This action helped to improve relations with the United States and inspired people in other Eastern Bloc countries to demand freedom from communist rule.
  21. 21.  In November 1989, the Berlin Wall was torn down. Germany began the process of unifying and people around the world began celebrating. East and West Germany were made one country in 1990. The Cold War was over and the Soviet republics that had once been separate countries began seeking their independence too. The Soviet Union was no more. Many countries were created from the former Soviet Union; Russia was the largest.
  22. 22. Ticket out the Door1. Reflect on how you would feel ifsuddenly they built a wall betweenDallas and Hiram. You were notallowed to cross or see any of yourfamily or friends on the other side…What would you do?

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