Italy was not a main player within the Cold War. The main events were the Italian branch of Operation Gladio (an anti-communist network established in all NATO member countries) and the Years of Lead (a period of socio-political turmoil from the 1960s to the 1980s).
There was no "front" in the Cold War.
How did nuclear warfare affect the cold war?
Answer this question… How did the establishment of NATO affect the Cold War?
how does the weather affect people in Italy i might know in the night is freezing cold that effects people in Italy. when it is hot and dry that also effects people in a Italy.
In the Cold War Bulgaria was part of the Eastern (that is, Soviet) Bloc.
The cold war showed that communism will never work. There must be a democracy.
The cold war.
The nuclear arms race was the core of the cold war.
Although there was an active communist party in Italian politics during the Cold War, Italy was never a communist country. Italy remained allied to the western world or, as we liked to call it, the free world.
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the UN, the Cold War and Germany, Japan & Italy lost
The cold war was not affect by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The cold war was a product of the deed and Japan surrendering to the United States keeping Russia out the pacific and the US in.
The aids epidemic had a huge impact on the cold war, the impact was caused by aids
The cold war has helped humanity to gain a better understanding of how our actions can affect others
It accelerated it. The space program was a high priority during the Cold War.
It was the whole basis of them.
because the war had kept going and going
The cold war was a military stand-off between the US and the USSR.
Whatever the rest of Europe felt, they felt it too. Britain, cold war wise, was part of Europe.
They were simply fodder for the cold war; each side trying to "win" them over to their side.
The effect of the cold war on politics is the fear that communism would spread in to United States.