The Impact The Cold War Had On Israel. By: Tanner Merovich
My grandparents always had the fear who was going to get bombed first.
My grandparents always told me that there was always communication between all the countries.
The soviets put the idea of a Jewish state as a way of extending their influence into the Middle East.
They believed that the more Socialist ideology of the Israeli leaders would make them more popular in the region.
Israel wanted to stay neutral during the Cold War. But, Israel's reliance on American economic aid, both private and governmental, and its problems with North Korea at the time of the Korean War, helped worsen its relationship with the Soviet Union