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What were the two main countries of the Cold War?
a) China and Japan b) United States and China c) Soviet Union and Japan d) Soviet Union and United States
What 1989 event signified the end of Communism in Europe?
a) The destruction of the Berlin Wall. b) The building of the Great Wall of China. c) The destruction of the Great Wall of China. d) The building of the Berlin Wall.
What happened to East Germany after World War II?
a) It was briefly occupied by the US, France, and Great Britain and then became a self-ruling democracy. b) It was dominated by the United States and became Fascist. c) It was dominated by the Soviet Union and became Communist. d) It was briefly occupied by the Soviet Union and then became a self-ruling democracy.
What is the American policy to stop the spread of Communism called?
a) Confusement b) Containment c) Entrapment d) Contractment
What was the plan to send massive financial aid to Europe after WWII called?
a) Marshall Plan b) Huntington Plan c) Cabbell Plan d) Munkhouser Plan
What happened during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
a) The Soviet Union threated Cuba with a missile attack. b) The Soviet Union dropped five missiles in the United States. c) The United States threated Cuba with a missile attack. d) The Soviet Union set up missiles in Cuba, threatening the United States with a missile attack.
What happend to Japan after WWII?
a) It was briefly occupied by the Soviet Union and then became Communist. b) It was dominated by the United States and became Fascist. c) It was briefly occupied by the United States and then became a self-ruling democracy and US ally. d) It broke into smaller countries.
Why is the state of tension between the Soviet Union and the United States known as the Cold War?
a) because it frequently snows in the United States and Soviet Union b) because no actual fighting ever occurred c) because both American and Soviet Union leaders are known for their cold hearts d) because they fought during winter
The United States helped South Korea in the Korean War. What country eventually sided with North Korea because they were both Communist?
a) China b) Japan c) Vietnam d) Laos
How did Americans feel about being involved in the Vietnam War?
a) All Americans supported the war. b) All Americans protested the war. c) Americans were conflicted over US involvement in the war. d) Americans didn't care about the war.
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