15.A replacement for the ineffective League of Nations, the organization was established on 24 October 1945 after World War II with the aim of preventing another such conflict. At its founding, the UN had 51 member states; there are now 193.
the correct sequence of answers is 12.-Korea 13.- Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 14.- Iron Curtain 15.-preserve the absolute equality of all nations 16.-make European contries strong enough to start buying American goods.17.- Captain Halvorsen is best known as the "Berlin Candy Bomber" or "Uncle Wiggly Wings" and became famous for dropping candy to German children during the Berlin airlift from 1948 to 1949. 18.-To make the Allies leave Berlin, so that the USSR could control it all. 19.-food, fuel and candy (Berlin candy bomber). 20.-#NATO 21.-The nations in blue are members of NATO, The nations in red are members of the Warsaw Pact 22.-The two sides did not engage each other directly in a military conflict. 23.-Joseph McCarthy 24.-passing secrets about nuclear science to the Soviets 25.- The G.I. Bill 26.-Arms-Race 27.-False accusations and bullying 28.-Freedom of Speech or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. 29.- The first Amendment set up these rights that are fundamental for America's life as a nation. No, these freedoms aren't worth losing because we will lose then the essence of this great nation which is liberty 30.- Joseph McCarthy
1- The person that first spoke of the "iron curtain" was Winston Churchill, who used it to refer to the border, not only physical but also ideological, which divided Europe into two blocks after the Second World War.
2- One goal of the Marshall Plan was to make European countries strong enough to start buying American goods. The Marshall Plan was a US initiative to help Western Europe, in which Americans gave economic aid worth about $13 billion at the time for the reconstruction of those countries in Europe devastated after the Second World War. The plan was in operation for four years since 1948. The objectives of the United States were to rebuild those areas destroyed by the war, eliminate barriers to trade, modernize European industry and make the continent prosperous again; all these objectives were intended to prevent the spread of communism and to promote the trade of American goods once the European economies were recovered.
3- In order to try to gain control over West Berlin, the Soviet Union set up a total blockade cutting off that section of the city by building the Berlin Wall.
4- In China's civil war, the United States backed the Nationalists, led by Jiang Jieshi. The United States aided the nationalists with surpluses of their military supplies worth hundreds of millions of dollars and with the generous loan of hundreds of millions of military equipment.
5- After President Truman fired him, American public viewed General MacArthur as a hero. Upon his return from Korea, he was met with a massive popular adulation of his person, which raised the expectation that he could stand for the 1952 legislative elections as a candidate of the Republican Party of the United States.
One goal that the Marshall plan had during the cold war was improving, or aiding, the economy of Western Europe. During the Cold War, the countries in Western Europe were struggling with their economy, and that caused them to decline. With the Marshall Plan, it helped Western Europe's economies with their debts and etc. The Marshall Plan gave Western Europe $12 billion USD (nearly $100 billion USD in modern currency) to help aid Western Europe. The money helped rebuild Western Europe and get it back functioning right. This represents the propaganda "Whatever the weather, we must move together."
1. Winston Churchill
2. Make European countries strong enough to start buying American goods.
3. Set up a total blockade cutting off that section of the city.
4. the Nationalists, led by Jiang Jieshi.
5. They still saw him as a hero.
Marshall Plan was an American initiative to aid Western Europe, in which the United States gave over $12 billion (approximately $120 billion in current dollar value as of June 2016) in economic support to help rebuild Western European economies after the end of World War II.
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in response to cause of cold war.