Cold War Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Cold War.

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  • 8 Encyclopedia Articles
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The Cold War Study Pack contains about 99 pages of study material in 17 products, including:

Encyclopedia Articles (8)

1,618 words, approx. 6 pages
Cold War Mobilization Between 1946 and 1991, America's rivalry with the Soviet Union spurred the longest continuous wartime mobilization—or state of military readiness—in U.S. his... Read more
2,239 words, approx. 8 pages
Cold War Novels and Movies Beyond their value as artistic expression or entertainment, novels and movies are cultural records that reflect a society's views and values. During the Cold War (194... Read more
616 words, approx. 3 pages
Multiculturalism and the Cold War America's role in the Cold War led the nation to pursue policies that eventually resulted in the rise of multiculturalism. This trend has had an increasing imp... Read more
1,698 words, approx. 6 pages
Popular Culture and Cold War In the years following the Second World War, American popular culture mirrored the anxieties that developed between the United States and the USSR. Although allies in the ... Read more
1,041 words, approx. 4 pages
Rosenberg, Hiss, Oppenheimer Cases The Cold War (1946–1991) had profound effects on American society and culture. Fresh from victory in 1945, Americans quickly disarmed and expected to focus th... Read more
9,001 words, approx. 31 pages
Russia-Nato Relations in the Post-Cold War World: Rethinking the Future of Collective Security The Conflict Ten west European countries joined with the United States and Canada to form NATO in 1949 as... Read more
5,956 words, approx. 20 pages
Cold War As the mid-twentieth century unfolded, the desire to escape Earth's atmosphere to explore space beyond reached a new height. This desire was initially stimulated by the lure of adventu... Read more
2,848 words, approx. 10 pages
Cold War Struggle between the Western democracies and the Eastern Communist nations was probably inevitable from the first shot fired in the Russian Revolution of 1917. Guided by one of the essential ... Read more