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  • Morning
  • TIme to wake up friend. There is work to do with the Soviets.
  • Relationship
  • James, I have a lot of friends who are from the USSR. We both want to defeat Germany.
  • Work time
  • Time to suit up. WE are going to the Yalta Conference. Joseph Stalin will be there.
  • The days of the U.S. and Soviet Soldiers hugging and shaking hands are over. They will soon engage in the Cold war, which was the struggle for dominance.
  • Statistics
  • At first the U.S. and the Soviets had a mutual alliance. They shared mutual interests. Their shared goal was to defeat Germany.
  • Bernard Baruch
  • Hello, UN we must tell you something. You can not use raw materials for the contruction of bombs. This is not constitutional.
  • There was the Yalta conference which included Joseph Stalin and Franklin Roosevelt post WW II. They believed that capitalism was the best economic system for their conditions. "Americans had long been wary of Soviet Communism and concerned about Russian Leader Joseph Stalin's tyrannical, blood thirsty rule of his own country". The US worked for containmenton the USSR
  • Winston Churchill
  • Welcome, My name is Winston Churchill. "an iron curtain has descended across the continent". This Soviet policy is benefical for all.
  • What if the two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, fight? The US supported capitalism and the Soviet Union was convinced communism was the best form of government.
  • This is how the two Superpowers are split up. The United States with capitalism and on the other hand is the USSR with communism.
  • Bernard Baruch was sent to the UN to explain how the US wanted the UN to enact strict controls on raw materials used in bombs. The UN was not to use bomb materials but the US could.
  • The iron curtain is a metaphorical barrier betweent the Eastern and Western Europe from 1945 to 1990. While, Soviet controlled gobernment was being set up in Poland, Europe, Turkey, and Greece the US saw this barrier as a threat. A threat to security
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