The cold war.
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?
The cold war was a military stand-off between the US and the USSR.
Stalin swayed the Second World War. He also started the Cold War, which had a huge effect on the world.
By increasing global security
Led to Cold War
The nuclear weapons of the cold war still exist. They were in responsible controlled hands during the cold war (which is why there wasn't a war). The problem: Keeping them out of un-controlled hands.
The relationship between the US and the USSR was a military stand-off, which was titled, the Cold War.
Korea became a non-communist country after world war 2. adolf Hitler died .
Yes, the Cold War was after World War 2
World War I and World War II were fought with soldiers, but the Cold War wasn't.
In the Cold War Bulgaria was part of the Eastern (that is, Soviet) Bloc.
Cold war never broke out into an actual war.
Death, destruction, moving of borders, division of Germany, the start of the Cold War.
World War 1 was not a cold war because of all the people that died the only time that there has been a cold war was after world war 2 and that was before the Korean war happened i hope this helps
The cold war was NOT declared. The cold war was not a war. The cold war was simply a name given to "a non-shooting" military stand off between the communist world and the free world.
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World War Two was an origin of the Cold War.
No. The Cold War came after.
Do you mean, "Why was the era AFTER world war 2 called the cold war?" Because no one calls the era of WW2 the cold war.
Korea and Vietnam were the only HOT Battles of the cold war; a war between the communist world and the free world.
The nuclear arms race was the core of the cold war.