The Cause of the Cold War
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The Causes of the Cold War By James Mroz
The Cold War was not a "real" war. It was the fear and disagreements between The United States and USSR.
When the Soviet Union came out at Communist, America had a fear of an attack from them. Truman, the president of that time, did not favor Stalin.
The USSR had a fear of the rumor that America was going to release an atomic bomb. They also, disliked that America traded with private owners, than by state. The USSR also disagreed with the Soviet zone in Germany, that got the United State's attention.
America refused to share our nuclear secrets with them. With that in mind, the USSR expanded into Eastern Europe. Therefore, that led to broken promises.
By the end of all this, they came to an agreement. However, all of these causes are what led to the Cold War.
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