1 The Early Cold War: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
2 Part I: Reconstruction & Confrontation
3 The Ideological Struggle Soviet & Eastern Bloc Nations [ Iron Curtain ] US & the Western Democracies GOAL spread worldwide Communism METHODOLOGIES: Espionage [KGB vs. CIA] Arms Race [nuclear escalation] GOAL Containment of Communism & the eventual collapse of the Communist world. [George Kennan] Ideological Competition for the minds and hearts of Third World peoples [Communist govt. & command economy vs. democratic govt. & capitalist economy] proxy wars Bi-Polarization of Europe [NATO vs. Warsaw Pact]
4 The Iron Curtain From Stettin in the Balkans, to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent. Behind that line lies the ancient capitals of Central and Eastern Europe. -- Sir Winston Churchill, 1946
5 Truman Doctrine  1. Civil War in Greece. 2. Turkey under pressure from the USSR for concessions in the Dardanelles. 3. The U. S. should support free peoples throughout the world who were resisting takeovers by armed minorities or outside pressures We must assist free peoples to work out their own destinies in their own way. 4. The U.S. gave Greece & Turkey $400 million in aid.
6 Marshall Plan  1. European Recovery Program. 2. Secretary of State, George Marshall 3. The U. S. should provide aid to all European nations that need it. This move is not against any country or doctrine, but against hunger, poverty, desperation, and chaos. 4. $12.5 billion of US aid to Western Europe extended to Eastern Europe & USSR, [but this was rejected].
7 Post-War Germany
8 Berlin Blockade & Airlift ( )
9 The Arms Race: A Missile Gap? } The Soviet Union exploded its first A-bomb in } Now there were two nuclear superpowers!
10 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (1949) United States Luxemburg Belgium Netherlands Britain Norway Canada Portugal Denmark France Iceland Italy 1952: Greece & Turkey 1955: West Germany 1983: Spain
11 Warsaw Pact (1955) } U. S. S. R. } Albania } Bulgaria } Czechoslovakia } East Germany } Hungary } Poland } Rumania
12 Premier Nikita Khrushchev About the capitalist states, it doesn't depend on you whether we (Soviet Union) exist. If you don't like us, don't accept our invitations, and don't invite us to come to see you. Whether De-Stalinization Program you like it our not, history is on our side. We will bury you
13 An Historic Irony: Sergei Khrushchev, American Citizen Who buried who?
14 Mao s Revolution: 1949 Who lost China? A 2 nd } Power!
15 The Korean War: A Police Action ( ) Kim Il-Sung Domino Theory Syngman Rhee
16 The Suez Crisis:
17 Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
18 The Hungarian Uprising: 1956 Imre Nagy, Hungarian Prime Minister } Promised free elections. } This could lead to the end of communist rule in Hungary.
19 Sputnik I (1957) The Russians have beaten America in space they have the technological edge!
21 U-2 Spy Incident (1960) Col. Francis Gary Powers plane was shot down over Soviet airspace.
22 Paris, 1961 Khrushchev & JFK meet to discuss Berlin and nuclear proliferation. Khrushchev thinks that JFK is young, inexperienced, and can be rolled.
23 The Berlin Wall Goes Up (1961) Checkpoint Charlie
24 Ich bin ein Berliner! (1963) President Kennedy tells Berliners that the West is with them!
25 Khruschev Embraces Castro, 1961
26 Bay of Pigs Debacle (1961)
27 Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
28 Cuban Missile Crisis (1962) We went eyeball-to-eyeball with the Russians, and the other man blinked!
29 Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
30 Vietnam War:
31 Prague Spring (1968) Former Czech President, Alexander Dubček Communism with a human face!
32 Prague Spring Dashed! Dissidents/playwrights arrested [like Vaclav Havel future president of a free Czech Republic].
33 4 th French Republic: Democratic, but politically unstable [27 governments!] 2. Universal suffrage. 3. Weak President; powerful legislature 4. Many political parties [coalition governments] 5. Failure to gracefully leave Indochina. 6. Botched the Suez War. 7. Failed to settle the Algerian Crisis.
34 5 th French Republic (1958-Present) 1. Powerful President. * first: Charles DeGaulle 2. Weak Cabinet. 3. Weakened legislature. 4. Separation of powers.
35 DeGaulle s Achievements 1. Settled the Algerian Crisis. 2. Made France a nuclear power. 3. Sustained general prosperity. 4. Maintained a stable, democratic government. 5. Made France more politically independent. BUT, late 60s student unrest and social changes challenged him. In 1968 he resigned & died of a heart attack in 1970.
36 Student Riots in Paris (May, 1968)
37 Clement Attlee & the Labor Party: Limited socialist program [modern welfare state]. Natl. Insurance Act Natl. Health Service Act 2. Nationalized coal mines, public utilities, steel industry, the Bank of England, RRs, motor transportation, and aviation. 3. Social insurance legislation: Cradle-to-Grave security. 4. Socialized medicine free national health care.
38 Clement Attlee & the Labor Party: Britain is in a big debt! 7. The beginning of the end of the British Empire. India 1947 Palestine 1948 Kenya Mau Mau uprising
39 Churchill Returns: He never really tried to destroy the welfare state established by Attlee s government.
40 The Federated Republic of Germany 1. Created in 1949 with the capital at Bonn. 2. Its army limited to 12 divisions [275,000]. 3. Konrad Adenauer, a Christian Democrat, was its 1 st President. Coalition of moderates and conservatives. Pro-Western foreign policy. German economic miracle. 4. Father of Modern Germany.
41 Italy After WW II 1. Alcide de Gasperi was Italy s P.M. from Coalition governments [short and unstable!]
42 Part II: European Union
43 European Economic Integration General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade [GATT] 23 nations. Became the foundation of postwar global commerce. It set up procedures to handle commercial complaints. It provided a framework for continuing negotiations [ rounds ]. By 1990, 99 nations were participating.
44 European Economic Integration European Coal & Steel Community [ECSC]. HQ in Luxembourg. Inner Six Benelux nations, France, Italy, W. Germany. Placed their coal and steel industries under a form of supranational authority. Eliminated tariff duties and quotas on coal and steel.
45 European Economic Integration European Economic Community [EEC] HQ Brussels. Treaty of Rome.
46 European Economic Integration European Economic Community [EEC] France, W. Germany, Italy, Benelux. Created a larger free trade area, or customs union. Eliminate all trade barriers. One common tariff with the outside world. Free movement of capital & labor.
47 European Economic Integration combined the ECSC & EEC to form the European Community [EC]. HQ Brussels. European Parliament. Eurocrats. 518 members [elected by all voters in Europe]. Only limited legislative power. Court of Justice.
48 European Economic Integration Maastricht Agreements European Union [EU] created from the EC. One currency, one culture, one social area, and one environment! Create a frontier-free Europe a common EU passport. One large common market. Goods coming into the EU would have high tariffs placed on them a common currency [Euro] ,000 men EU rapid defense force was created.
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