Cold War Essay | Essay

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The Big Question: Did the Cold War Begin in the Period 1919 - 1939?

Summary: An essay dealing with the beginning of the Cold War. It argues that it started prior to the 1940's.
Many historians argue that the Cold War began in the 1940's around the time World War II ended. However, there is an abundance of evidence that suggests otherwise. While analyzing the events that occurred from 1919 - 1939, one can form an opinion on when the Cold War truly began.

At a meeting of the British War Cabinet in March 1919, Winston Churchill stated that "...It was idle to think that we should escape by sitting still and doing nothing. Bolshevism was not sitting still. It was advancing..." Churchill was strongly opposed to the Bolsheviks and feared that they might take over. It seems as if Churchill was intentionally generating fear towards the Bolsheviks in order to persuade others to share his point of view on them, and the current situation in the USSR.

In a Bolshevik cartoon published in 1919, Yudenik, Kolchak, and Denikin are portrayed as dogs on leashes being...

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