Truman Doctrine

Truman Doctrine

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  • What is Truman Doctrine?
  • SIR?!
  • Alright, FDR's gone bois. Time to step it up.
  • Where did the Doctrine become operational?
  • Dear Stalin, time to get off our buttocks mate.
  • When was this doctrine proposed?
  • WOLOLOLOL I'm beyond god rn
  • Communism seems cool, SENPAI!
  • Truman Doctrine was Truman's plan to contain the spread of Communism in Europe. The US offers financial support to countries in need of supplies after the war is over under one condition - they are willing to fight against communism.
  • Why was this Doctrine came to power?
  • Mostly targetted to help the Western European countries' finances, but Greece and Turkey were also helped - a request by Great Britain - as they were sharing the same borders with Soviet Russia.
  • Who founded the Truman's Doctrine?
  • It was issued on March 12, 1947, by Truman himself. It was further implemented on July 12, 1948, when the tension in Greece and Turkey arose. It was also a countermeasure to the communism that starts spreading, China had recently adopted the ideology.
  • How was the Doctrine implemented?
  • To counteract the spread of communism in Europe and also to combat conflicts by financially supporting the struggling countries.
  • Although the first doctrine was proposed by Truman himself, there are other supporters who helped to put this system into power. To name a few are Dean Acheson, George F. Kennan, Arthur H. Vandenberg, etc.
  • Stalin was furious when this doctrine was proposed and decided to put some gifts in Cuba. The doctrine was active immediately after its proposal had been approved by the council of United Nations. USSR quits the UN at that moment.
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