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The Star-spangeled Side of Cold War

Summary: The so-called Cold War between the United States and The Soviet Union started after Winston Churchill's Fulton speech in August 16, 1945 and in fact ended only when the USSR collapsed. The Cold War was a period of tense relationship between the two countries and not once the world stood at the brink of World War III.

YEREVAN STATE LINGUSITIC UNIVERSITY AFTER BRUSOV

"DROP SHOT: The Star-Spangled Side of Cold War"

By Narek Markarian

Supervisor: E. Danielyan

Area Studies Chair

IV year group # 2

Yerevan 2004

"I don't know what weapons will be used during World War III, but I'm sure that during World War IV only sticks and stones will be used."

Albert Einstein

INTRODUCTION

The so-called Cold War between the United States and The Soviet Union started after Winston Churchill's Fulton speech in August 16, 1945 and in fact ended only when the USSR collapsed. The Cold War was a period of tense relationship between the two countries and not once the world stood at the brink of World War III. However the American interpretation of history turns the Soviet Union into an evil aggressor, meanwhile the United States did their best to defense their country and democracy around the world. Ask any...

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