Soviet Union & the Cold War
United States & the Cold War
Eastern Europe & the Cold War
China & the Cold War
SoutheastAsia & the Cold War
100
The blockade built in 1961 to stop migration from East Berlin to West Berlin.
What is the Berlin Wall?
100
A U.S. policy created that was based on the idea of containment.
What is the Truman Doctrine?
100
People who speak out against their government.
What are dissidents?
100
Leader of the People's Republic of China.
Who is Mao Zedong?
100
Korea and Vietnam
What is are two of southeast Asia's "hot spots" during the Cold War?
200
The policy to rid the Soviet Union of Stalin's influence?
What is "destalinization"?
200
The response of the United States to help East Berlin's citizens with necessary supplies?
What is "the Berlin Airlift"?
200
Country divided into four "occupied zones" at the end of the World War II.
What is Germany?
200
Women and peasants.
Who are the two groups of people that supported Mao Zedong?
200
Place where North and South Korea are divided.
What is the 38th parallel?
300
The names of two political and economic reforms started by Mikhail Gorbachev.
What are perestroika and glasnost?
300
The easing of tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 1970's.
What is detente?
300
The founder of Solidarity, the first non-communist trade union in Poland.
Who is Lech Walesa?
300
Jiang Jieshi.
Who is the leader of the Nationalist party in China that fled to Taiwan after his defeat?
300
The authoritarian, but non-communist leader of South Korea.
Who is Syngman Rhee?
400
The government leader who ended "one-party" rule in Hungary and withdrew his country from the Warsaw pact?
Who is Imre Nagy?
400
System of political belief or thought in the United States during the Cold War.
What is capitalism?
400
The leader who ruled Yugoslavia as a communist state in 1943.
Who is Josip Tito?
400
An 1989 student-led protest demanding political and economic reform that ended in with many demonstrators wounded or killed.
What is the Tiananmen Square Massacre?
400
Country that was reunited in 1975 under communism.
What is Vietnam?
500
The chronological order of the four leaders of the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
What is Stalin, Krushchev, Brezhnev and Gorbachev.
500
The two main reasons for US intervention into Latin American countries during the Cold War.
What is to protect their economic interests and to stop communism from spreading?
500
Label given to countries who remained neutral during the Cold War.
What is "non-aligned" states?
500
Name of program that urged people to increase farm and industrial output, and make agriculture more efficient.
What is the "Great Leap Forward"?
500
The theory that American officials held that a communist victory in South Vietnam would cause non-communist governments across Southeast Asia to fall to communism..
What is the "domino theory"?
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