Cold War Events

Phillip Darkwah-Ms Wylie's Global History Class

Truman Doctrine

The Truman Doctrine was an international relations policy set forth by the U.S. President Harry Truman in a speech March 12, 1947 which stated that the U.S. would support Greece And Turkey with economic and military aid to prevent them from falling into the Soviet sphere. Historians often consider it as the start of the Cold War, and the start of the containment policy to stop the spread of communism.

This picture represents the way U.S feels about Europe.

Berlin Wall

Berlin wall used to keep people from leaving the soviet side.

This cartoon shows how germans couldnt get over the berlin wall or they will be executed.

It was dangerous because this wall violated german rights.

Cuban Missile Crisis

Soviet Union Tried To Blow Up USA.

The picture shows John F. Kennedy and Castro seeing who will press the missile button first.

This was dangerous because these missiles can take out a whole country.

NATO Vs Warsaw Pact

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was a military alliance who became rivalry against the Warsaw Pact because of the Cold War.

This cartoon shows The US and the Soviet Union Debating About War & Peace.

This dangerous it could led up to a war.

Arms Race

Arms Race was a race to see who had the most weapons.

This political cartoon shows who can get to the finish line with their nuclear weapons USA or Soviet Union.

This could be dangerous because it started a nuclear war.