Review of Station cold war 1-3
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by Susan Carman
| 11 Questions
Note from the author:
Origins of Cold War
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This was the peace conference that was held in February of 1945, in which , Stalin agreed to enter the war with Japan , join the United Nations and have free elections in Poland. They will table discussions on reparations being taken from Germany after the war at a later conference.

Tehran
Yalta
Potsdam
2
1
Which of the following caused the Soviet Union to distrust the U.S. :
the Soviets had made an non-aggression pact with Hitler
Truman did not tell Stalin about the atomic bomb.
All of the above
3
1
In 1917, Russia experienced a revolution that created a ________________ government that
emphasized a world revolution in which workers would rise up.

Democratic
Communist
Monarchical
4
1
Stalin will not have free elections in this country even though he promised to do so at Yalta:

Romania
Yugoslavia
Poland
5
1
This conference took place in July of 1945. This was to complete discussions on how to divide and
demilitarize Germany. Also they will discuss reparations.
Casablanca
Yalta
Potsdam
6
1
This international peacekeeping organization was created in 1945 , and officially in place by October of
1945. Churchill and Roosevelt had discussed it in the Atlantic Charter.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
United Nations
Warsaw Pact
7
1
What will happen to Germany at the end of the war?
8
1
Whom would a revisionist historian blame for causing the Cold War?
The Soviets
The U.S and Truman
9
1
The three men who met in July of 1945, at Potsdam were Winston Churchill who was replaced by Clement Attlee mid-conference, Joseph Stalin and this person.
Nikita Khrushchev
FDR
Alger Hiss
Harry S. Truman
10
1
This was a United States and Soviet conflict in which the 2 powers would avoid fighting each other
directly , but would block each others goals around the world.
Containment
The Cold War
Korean War
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1
List at least two Cold War Events that you have heard of.
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