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The Cold War Malik Valencia
Western democracies had always been hostile to the idea of a communist state. They did not like that idea at all.
Domestic fears of communism erupted in a red scare in America in the early 1920's. They did not want this idea to be world spread.
Twenty million Russian citizens perished during World War II. There was some hostility on the Soviet Union side as well.
Americans and British had waited so long to open a front in France. This would have relieved pressure on the Soviet Union from the attacking Germans.
The United States terminated Lend-Lease aid to the Soviet Union before the war was complete. Finally, the Soviet Union believed in communism.
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