Cold War

Cold War

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  • Key Figures
  • Consequences
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  • John F. Kennedy, Joseph Stalin, Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan, Nikita Khrushchev, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, Fidel Castro, and Winston Churchill.
  • .NATO and WARSAW divided Europe along the Iron Curtain, low [aid workers or unhappy communists fled to the west, the arms race lead to an uneasy peace through mutually assured destruction, Britain, France, and China began creating nuclear weapons, the US continued to make alliances through Asia but were blocked to Africa and South Asia by the Soviets, Cuba was lost to the communist Fidel Castro, and the Bay of Pigs invasion was a failure.
  • Though the North Koreans tried their best and almost overran the United Nations' (UN) troops, they failed in taking over the region. Overextended, under-supplied, and their momentum now broken, the North Korean People’s Army was finally vulnerable to United Nations member armies’ counterattacks. Seoul was under the control of the UN for now.
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